Indigenous Career Resources

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Haida/Kwakwakw’wakw Artist and Business Owner, Nalaga

Business

Haida/Kwakwakw’wakw artist, Nalaga O'Brien's inspiring journey as she starts her own company and finds her life's purpose.

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Aboriginal Inclusion Network Luncheon

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The CEO & President of the Aboriginal Human Resource Council, Kelly J Lendsay will be speaking to Indigenous students about how the Aboriginal Inclusion network can help you find the right job, the right employer and build a career path that feeds your passion and emphasizes your talent.

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The Work Study Program

work-study program

Are you a student with financial need looking for the opportunity to participate in research-based projects on campus?  If so, we encourage you to consider SFU’s Work-Study Program. 

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Aboriginal People with Degrees in Education

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Education is the top field of study amongst First Nation people. Provided are resources for those pursuing a degree in education.

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NENAS: North East Native Advancing Society

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Have you thought about what you will do when you return to your community with your degree? NENAS can provide advice regarding planning for your future when you return home to your community through community asset mapping.

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Coqualeetza Cultural Education Centre

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Coqualeetza Cultural Education Centre has the main purpose of promoting, preserving and interpreting Sto:lo Lifestyle, Language, Traditions, and Heritage, from the Sto:lo point of view.

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Essential Skills for Aboriginal Futures

Essential Skills for Aboriginal Futures

Essential Skills for Aboriginal Futures is an innovative Essential Skills program to the Aboriginal Community through employer partnerships and customized training that supports employment success and retention.

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Indigenous Student Transitions: Part Two

Indigenous Student Transitions

As an SFU student, there are many services to actively prepare for a career after graduation. Indigenous students have all of the career services available to them that any other student has; however, they also have Aboriginal resources as well.

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Explore the University of Saskatchewan

University of Saskatchewan

The University of Saskatchewan (U of S) is the first choice for Aboriginal graduate students, due, in part to their commitment to cultural understanding and student success. They will be attending the mini BIG fair at SFU this year.

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The Indigenous Job Market

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Did you know that persons of aboriginal descent represent the youngest and fastest-growing segment of Canada’s population and they are currently underused in BC’s labour market? According to WorkBC, the aboriginal working-age population is expected to grow by more than 40 per cent by 2017.

By: Mike Wong 6543 reads | 0 comments
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