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
Introductory negotiation Skills Training – ONLINE – September 14-17, 2021
Intermediate Project Management for Indigenous Organizations – ONLINE – September 14-October 21, 2021
COMING SOON: Introductory Wise Practices in Indigenous Leadership – ONLINE – tentative date is Nov 2-5, 2021
For details or to register: www.GoToInfo.ca/BanffCentre
Toll Free: 1-866-935-6904
Decolonizing the Narrative Conversation Series is a monthly online conversation session that invites leading Indigenous Art creators to talk about their practices and processes.
Presentation of Work
Date Saturday, July 24, 2021
Time 4:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. MDT
Q&A Session and Conversation
Date Sunday, July 25, 2021
Time 4:30 p.m. – 5:30 pm
Intergenerational Trauma & Residential School Grief Resolution – Communities prepared with the Edu-Therapy Process are stronger and more resilient
Upcoming Edu-Therapy Training Programs
July 19-22 -Virtual Certification
August 19-22 (In Person) – Saskatoon, SK
August 23-26 – Virtual Certification
ALSO available – Virtual training and Private Certification and Treatment Programs
Toll Free: 1-866-476-0209
Women Building Futures Celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day
We are committed to helping Indigenous women achieve their goals.
We offer free career coaching, math upgrading, and tools for success workshops
Visit womenbuildingfutures.com to learn more
Apply now! Applications to July-December 2021 are now open!
Make a positive impact in the communities while also developing a vast set of skills and competencies
-17-25 years old?
-A resident or citizen of Canada?
-Motivated to learn new skills?
-Ready to meet the challenges of group living, be a team player?
-Prepared to volunteer and participate in group activities?
-Feel able to fully commit to an immersive full-time program and be willing to work on your personal autonomy?
For more information or to apply: GotoApply.ca/Katimavik
Edu-Therapy Training Programs
July 19-22 —–Virtual Certification
August 19-22 (In Person) —–Saskatoon, SK
August 23-26 —–Virtual Certification
*** Must be able to commit to 4 full consecutive days of on line training
ALSO Available! Virtual Training and Private Certification and Treatment Programs
GRIEF NEGATIVELY IMPACTS – Attention – Memory – Planning – Language – Relationships
Grief and Addition – Breaking Patterns of Behavior by Reducing Emotional Energy
4-Day Virtual Certification Training – June 14-17, 2021. Registration closes May 24, 2021
*Participants must be able to commit to 4 full consecutive days of online training
ALSO AVAILABLE! – Virtual Training and Private Certification and Treatment Programs
If you are a NNADAP and Addiction Worker, Health & Wellness Worker, Health Director, or simply interested in the Training Program, contact us today.
Edu-Therapy™ is the most current, easy-to-use model that reduces and eliminates intense uncomfortable emotional responses to loss, trauma and abuse. Loss and the reactions to unresolved grief go hand in hand with substance abuse and addiction. The losses addicts suffer are many: deaths of friends and loved ones, divorce and break ups, loss of friendships, loss of financial and social status, loss of dignity, just to name a few. Healthy recovery means facing up to the “wreckage”, and coming to terms with the mass of disturbing and conflicting emotions.
Healthy recovery requires learning essential skills for regulating emotions. How often have you seen the pain, anger and confusion of overwhelming feelings drive an addict to relapse? Long term sobriety requires addicts to learn to identify and express their emotions, communicate their thoughts, and create appropriate boundaries.
Edu-Therapy™is a powerful adjunct treatment. Our process is an easy to learn, easy to apply CBT based model that reduces emotional intensity and resolves the conflicting emotions caused by unresolved grief.
Reducing emotional intensity reduces craving intensity. The emotional tribulations of early recovery trigger the need for quick relief. The Edu-Therapy™ process excels in helping addicts recognize, tolerate and discharge their emotional discomfort.
Join your peers for the best Indigenous tech event of the year! All interested are welcome to attend!
$200.00 – Regular Fee
$50.00 – Student /Youth/Elders
LEARN how technology can be used to facilitate skill development.
DISCOVER how technology can create opportunities for entrepreneurs.
UNDERSTAND how technology can improve community health.
ENHANCE community capacity using technology to create jobs.
REGISTER ONLINE BY VISITING:
For details, contact Jennifer Wood, Event Coordinator:
Tel: 431-997-2324 or Email: Events@clearskyconnections.ca
National Indigenous Virtual Tech conference – June 2-3, 2021
*** SPECIAL RATE! $50.00 – Student, Youth and Elder
Day 1-Wednesday June 2 , 2021
10:25 am – Asserting Our Sovereignty – Chief Marcel Moody
11:00 am – Creating a Path to Self-Sufficiency – Chief Clarence Louie
11:50 am – How I Use Social Media as a Tool to Make a Difference! – Youth Speaker (TBA)
12:10 pm – Entertainment: Music Group (TBA)
12:35 pm – Technology and Partnership, Accomplishments Within Our Network – Dr. Sayed-Amr (‘Sisso’) El-Hamamsy and Chief Dennis Meeches
1:05 pm – Connectivity and Colonization: Settler Strategies and the Paradox of Being Indian on Our Land – Dr. Barry Lavallee
Day 2 – Thursday June 3, 2021
10:15 am – The Art of Negotiating: Moving Beyond Symbolism- Dr. Ted Moses
10:45 am – Local Radio in Our Communities – Doug and Tracy Thomas
11:20 am – Data Sovereignty – Cheryle Savoi
11:40 am – Connectivity and Infrastructure on Our Reserves-Bruce Buffalo (‘Broadband Bruce’)
12:00 pm – Entertainment: Music Group (TBA)
12:25 pm – How a “Neechi” from Sandy Bay Made a Million-Dollar App-Darrick Glen Baxter
12:55 pm – Know Your ‘Why’ and Change Your Life, Business, Community and Technology – Jenn Harper
1:30 pm – An Indigenous Perspective on the Role of Tech in the Emerging Indigenous Economy – Carol Anne Hilton
***Agenda is subject to change. Times are in Central standard Time (CST)
For more information, please contact:
Jennifer Wood, Conference Coordinator