Welcome to the Canadian Indigenous Students Portal!
Powered by Indigenous.Link ®, this highly specialized education portal is fully-dedicated to assisting Indigenous Students in researching and acquiring educational opportunities. Training resources, skill development, scholarship opportunities, and internships make this site ideal for Indigenous Students in all stages of their education. Students.Indigenous.Link provides some of the best Indigenous Student opportunities in Canada.
Opportunities and Postings
Application Deadline: November 15, 2023
Program Dates: February 26 – March 22, 2024
The four-week Indigenous Haute Couture Fashion Residency, led by faculty lead D’Arcy Moses, will offer eight Indigenous textile-based artists the opportunity to upcycled and /or digital embellishments into their work and to develop their designs and pattern development skills
Who Should Apply?
-Participants must have a background inn fashion or garment design in womenswear
-Participants mush have a basic knowledge of pattern making in the garment business
-Participants must have some experience in garment construction, sewing, and working with ta sewing machine
-Ideally, participants are interested in or already incorporate digital approaches to embellishments
For more details or to apply: GotoInfo.ca/Couture
Toll Free: 1-800-565-9989
The Bank values the contributions of women in economics and finance and awards scholarships to support women in these specializations. This scholarship award also:
• promotes the pursuit of graduate studies in Economics and Finance among women at the undergraduate level or those who have completed an undergraduate degree
• proactively contributes to building a gender-balanced talent pool for the economics and finance professions in central banking
These $10,000 CAD scholarships are awarded to women specializing in economics and finance. In addition to the award, successful candidates may be offered a work opportunity, with mentorship by a Bank employee. They may also be able to attend a learning event at the Bank related to central banking, economics or finance (e.g., lecture, conference, networking event).
Application Deadline and Disbursement of Scholarships
Applications and supporting documents must be received by 23:59 EST on October 8, 2023. The $10,000 CAD is disbursed in a one instalment once the recipient shows proof of registration in a Master’s Program in Economics or Finance at a degree granting institution.
For more details or to apply, we invite you to visit:
Wednesday September 13th, 2023 9:30 am -4:15pm
Online – Register Now
If you have a passion for tech, you should check out FDM’s new free webinar – FastTrack Your Future. The webinar is part of our wider ‘She Lives Tech’ initiative, designed to create tech careers for women of all backgrounds and ages.
In 5 virtual sessions, over one packed day, you’ll find vital information, interactive workshops and live discussions – all with our industry experts:
The latest technologies and tools used in the tech space
How you can stand out amongst the competition
Giving yourself the best shot at launching a successful career – and more!
Feel free to drop in on as many or as few sessions as you like. You’ll discover the crucial skills needed to successfully enter, develop and excel in the tech space
Acimowin Opaspiw Society- Investigation Methodologies National Symposium – September 26-28, 2023 – River Cree Resort – Enoch, Alberta
SEPTEMBER 26 – Opening Night Gala – Banquet & Comedy Show
SEPTEMBER 28 – Closing Ceremony and Round Dance
Application Deadline: September 6, 2023
Program Dates: November 20 – December 8, 2023
Please reach out to IndigenousArtsAdmissions@banffcentre.ca with any questions
This three-week residency allows participants to deepen their creative practice and expand their skill set through faculty led workshops, group gatherings, and one-on-one sessions with senior faculty. Take time to shape your vision for your next project.
During this residency, you will have freedom to structure your time around the needs of your project and work in an audio production studio to record one song for a demo.
Funding is now available to help build capacity, improve or create new services, and educate the public about estate planning and administration.
Call for Proposals
This Call for Proposals is open to Indigenous individuals, communities, and organizations. The deadline for submission of funding proposals is August 20., 2023.
For more information on the program, funding streams, and how to apply:
GREEN JOBS INTERNSHIP PROGRAM FOR YOUTH & EMPLOYERS
Support the transition to a green future! Employers across Canada can provide young interns with work experience in science, technology and related fields. Transform the future of energy, forestry, geosciences, mining and more.
INDIGENOUS YOUTH – AGED 15-30 –
Paid green internships are available to Indigenous youth.
• No prior education or experience required.
• Full-time positions across Canada, and in northern, and remote communities
INDIGENOUS EMPLOYERS IN THE NATURAL RESOURCE SECTOR –
• Receive up to 75% in federal wage subsidies.
• Eligible natural resources sector positions include those with a positive environmental impact.
• Funding available to non-federal organizations, including Band Councils, NGOs, and private and public sector groups.
Apply to the Green jobs program today
Katimavik offers two programs with different objectives for youth across Canada: the National Experience and FuturePerfect.
The National Experience – . For 22 weeks, the program allows Participants aged 17 to 25 to live in two new communities, volunteer, meet other youth from across the country and become supporters of Truth and Reconciliation with Indigenous peoples. Two cohorts of Katimavik’s National Experience take place each year: from January to June, and from July to December. To participate, one must be between 17 and 25 years old at the beginning of the cohort and be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or landed refugee.
FuturePerfect – a 14-week employment training program for those who wish to lay the foundation for their professional career. Open to youth between the ages of 18 and 30, Katimavik provides participants with 10 days of employability training before they leave for their new host community.
For more information or to apply: GotoInfo.ca/Katimavik
Application deadline: July 19, 2023
Program Dates: October 02 – October 27, 2023
Indigenous Arts | In Person
This four week residency engages eight visual artist participants in a land-based, observational learning that will support the artist to develop and create a project drawing from their artistic practice that will inform the cultural narratives of this region. The artists will have access to a studio to support the creation of their project.
The project is reconciliation-based through the empowerment of Indigenous artists, working with institutions through a process that allows for meaningful engagement with the land; including Banff National Park, Parks Canada and local Knowledge Keepers. Working together, the process encourages knowledge exchange and centres Indigenous ways of knowing.
For details or to apply: GotoInfo.ca/NaturalLaw
Toll Free: 1-866-935-6904