The National Aboriginal Role Model Program celebrates the accomplishments of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis youth aged 13 to 30. Lead Your Way! inspires Aboriginal youth to strive to reach their goals.
Each year, 12 Aboriginal role models are selected for their achievements, leadership, and innovation, who are nominated by their peers. Throughout the year, the role models will attend celebrations, school functions, workshops, and conferences to share their stories with other Aboriginal youth.
LATEST NARMP NEWS
What’s New at the Role Model Program
The Manitoba Aboriginal Youth Achievement Awards which were held in Winnipeg on November 24th. National Aboriginal Role Model Christie Lavallée received the Award for “Personal Achievement Junior”. … Continue reading
The National Aboriginal Health Organization (NAHO) is once again searching for Canada’s outstanding First Nations, Inuit and Métis youth for nomination to the 2011-2012 National Aboriginal Role Model Program (NARMP). “The National Aboriginal Role Model Program is such an important … Continue reading
What's New at NAHO
January 31, 2012
CyberWolves is making tracks!