Grade 7 students at Jaanimmarik School in Kuujjuaq, Nunavik have recently begun their weekly sessions with a team of outstanding mentors connecting from coast, to coast, to coast. Four mentors from the National Aboriginal Role Model Program are using Skype … Continue reading
The Atlantic Council for International Cooperation (ACIC) is now accepting applications for the International Aboriginal Youth Internship Initiative (IAYI). First Nations, Inuit and Métis youth are invited to apply to internship opportunities hosted with ACIC member organizations in Atlantic Canada and … Continue reading
These internships offer First Nations, Inuit and Métis youth (ages 18-35 inclusive) the opportunity to gain valuable international experience and increase their employment skills while offering benefit to hosting organizations through their work. Through public engagement activities, interns also promoteawareness … Continue reading
Title: MOVE YOUR WORLD, 6th Annual Global Issues Youth Symposium Location: Camp Mockingee, in Upper Vaughan, Nova Scotia Link out: Click here Description: The annual Move Your World Youth Symposium is a four day eye opening event for Atlantic Canadians … Continue reading
Partnering with the Native Canadian Centre, Kids Help Phone invited a group of Aboriginal youth to create a new outreach campaign designed specifically to speak to Aboriginal communities of Canada. The posters can be seen at www.kidshelpphone.ca/aboriginal where Aboriginal youth … Continue reading
DEADLINE June 11, 2011 Call for Proposals download PDF >>_ Application to present at the 2011 Dreamcatcher conference – running October 15 – 16 has been extended until June 11th. This year’s event will focus on the teachings of the … Continue reading
Whitehorse—Yukon youth will have a new resource to help them discover their career options, Education Minister Patrick Rouble and Skookum Jim Friendship Centre President Nelson Lepine announced today. “The Department of Education is proud to partner with Skookum Jim Friendship … Continue reading
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