Our resource page contains several links to websites that Indigenous Students will find useful at all stages of their education. It is important to remember that internet sites change daily and that some of these resources may not be up-to-date at all times.
Sites may also be temporarily unavailable due to server maintenance or system problems. Your feedback is valuable. If you find a site not in service, or would like to suggest adding another site, send it to us here.
For more information please click on the links below:
At Animikii, part of our organizational mission is to encourage and inspire Indigenous youth to choose entrepreneurship and technology as career paths. In support of this goal, in 2015, Animikii first launched its Technology and Entrepreneurship Scholarships for Indigenous Youth. Through this program, Animikii provides Indigenous youth studying technology or entrepreneurship in a post-secondary program with $500 scholarships that can be used by the students for books, tuition, supplies or any other cost-of-living expenses related to their time in school. Our scholarships are available to Indigenous youth (Status and non-Status First Nations, Métis and Inuit) ages 17-30, attending a postsecondary program centered on either technology or entrepreneurship. Read more about this and other news at Animikii…
Are you interested in the MBA Program? Contact us for a prequalification interview which includes a resume review and a discussion about your candidacy for the Rotman FT MBA Program.
The IRAY Program is a youth-driven program that provides educational, recreational, cultural, and life skills programming to Aboriginal youth within the community of Prince George.
The Roots & Shoots program is a youth action program and global network of young people working for positive change in their communities and beyond.
Indspire is a national Indigenous registered charity that invests in the education of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis people for the long-term benefit of these individuals, their families and communities, and Canada.