This First Nations and Aboriginal Degree Program in Counselling was first proposed by the Manitoba Aboriginal Educational Counsellors Association to Brandon University. It was formulated using First Nations and Aboriginal holistic approaches to counselling, healing and community.
A $1000.00 scholarship will be awarded annually to an aboriginal (status, Non‐status, Métis and Inuit) Post Secondary COLLEGE student and to a (Status, Non‐status, Metis and Inuit) post‐secondary UNIVERSITY student, who have successfully completed their first year in a full‐time program in the field of counselling.
Through programs that promote healthy development in Spirit, Mind, and Body, the YMCA aims to provide youth with the opportunities for betterment in their own lives. The YMCA Community Café is doing just that, as it is a project executed by youth wanting to develop transferable skills and gain practical work experience. This Café is an initiative which teaches practical skills to those involved- preparing them with they employability skills that they will use their entire lives. The Café engages youth in a project in which they can take ownership, be dependable and be proud of their accomplishments.
Staffing Consultant. Offer services to aboriginal and youth
The Huronia Area Aboriginal Management Board offers career and employment services to Aboriginal clients.
Topics covered include: Workplace bullying, Dyslexia and ADD, Accommodation,
Lokken Career Training began operations in 1987 with a vision to provide quality training and employment services to help individuals succeed in achieving increased independence. For over 18 years Lokken has provided successful, results-based, training in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. We are proud to be an industry leader in career and employment training for clients of Federal and Provincial Governments as well as Aboriginal Agencies.
The National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation (NAAF) is a nationally registered non-profit organization devoted to excellence and to providing the tools necessary for Aboriginal youth to achieve brighter futures. NAAF encourages and empowers Aboriginal young people by providing important career planning information, by connecting youth with industry and by providing financial support for post-secondary studies in all disciplines.
SAY (Spirit of Aboriginal Youth) Magazine and companion Web site: www.saymag.com is the only national lifestyle magazine for and about Aboriginal youth in Canada. Non-political, status blind, with no profanities etc., SAY’s subscription program and Classroom Kit have become very popular with educators.