The University of Fiji offers a Bachelor of Commerce degree with a double major in management and Itaukei (language and traditional knowledge of the Indigenous people of Fiji). Whether in the private or public sector, managers make decisions that have consequences for the land, plants, and both human and non-human animals. Without an understanding of […]
Apprentices in the Master-Apprentice Michif Language Program learn through immersion.
Raoul Bittern-Stevenson is incorporating Indigenous culture and lived experiences in Money Talks, a financial literacy program at SEED Winnipeg.
Strive to ensure the safety, security, trust and protection of the First Nation Communities.
Students with a passion for science showcase their work at the Manitoba First Nations Science Fair
EmpoweringU, Financial Wellness Program helps students stay in university.
After attending EmpoweringU sessions, students know how to open up a bank account, budget, apply for student loans, bursaries, scholarships and thrive at university.
Opikihiwawin's programs create a positive sense of identity and belonging and help adoptees and foster people build relationships in the Aboriginal community.
The MFNPS is in search of motivated, energetic persons with high integrity.
Teaching financial literacy with traditional knowledge at SEED Winnipeg.
Sound financial management is the same as honoring the animal; use it all, waste nothing, and feed your family for the winter.
The program, offered by University of Winnipeg, creates a welcoming environment for Indigenous and new-comer students from the neighbourhood who have never been on campus. It offers topics such as every-day math skills, Indigenous astronomy, traditional knowledge, and language through practical exercises, story-telling, and song. A star blanket mural was painted on the Helen Betty […]
The Kenanow Bachelor of Education is a northern-based and Aboriginal-focused teacher education program. The program melds the wisdom and guidance provided by Elders in northern Manitoba with the certification standards and academic expectations of Manitoba Education and Advanced Learning. During the development of the program, extensive consultation occurred with a variety of regional stakeholders. The […]
The Northern Manitoba Mining Academy provides access to its world-class facilities for field-based undergraduate courses, as well as graduate students and researchers doing field work. Full sample preparation and comfortable on-site accommodations are provided for a minimal cost to students and scientists in all natural and environmental sciences. The program integrates life and essential skills […]
Spirit Lines is an educational tool kit developed jointly between the Manitoba Museum and First Nations communities in Northern Manitoba. It consists of three photo books, two text books, and a recording of 20 oral histories. The toolkit has been used in all classes from Kindergarten to Grade XII. Also, it has been used at […]
The Digital Lodge project is a multi-year project in Thompson, Manitoba that works with the same group of students from grade 7 until grade 12. It is part of the larger Educating for Action project that also includes resource support by a project-dedicated teacher, as well as culturally relevant land-base education. Over the seven years […]
Demian Lawrenchuk has led a Christmas break school program that focuses on land-based cultural activities in Gillam, MB.
The Kenanaw program was created by Elders as a way to develop teachers in the North.