Education & Training
Explore programs provided by Oshki Annishinabe Nigaaniwak and its partners!
Youth Recreation Activity Worker Program
Are you aged 28 to 29?
Do you live in Winnipeg’s core area?
Are you interested in a career in youth recreation?
This program offers formal training and the chance to be a positive role model as a recreation leader of after-school programs. Ultimately, the program aims to empower students to obtain work in community-based youth serving agencies!
Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs Secretariat Inc.
Eagle’s Nest Aboriginal Youth Employability and Education Program
Are you an Aboriginal youth aged 15 to 30?
Are you unemployed but interested in work or going back to school?
This program works with Aboriginal youth who are out-of-school or unemployed and offers them support and guidance to return to school, enroll in training opportunities or obtain employment.
Indigenous Leadership Development Institute Inc.
Aboriginal Construction Technology Program
Are you an Aboriginal person interested in construction trades?
This program is delivered in partnership with R.B. Russell Vocational High School. The 36-week program provides training and skill development relevant to many trades within the construction industry, which results in Level 1 Accreditation in Carpentry and a Mature Student Diploma. Many graduates apply their newly acquired skills in apprenticeships within the fields of carpentry, plumbing, electrical, plastering, drywall and painting!
For the past three years, ten scholarships of $1,000 were awarded annually to assist youth 30 years and under with their tuition.
Oshki Annishinabe Nigaaniwak & Corporate Support Services would like to thank all those who applied for 2012 Post Secondary Scholarships. The deadline has now passed.
We wish all students success in their upcoming academic school year!
Next Step Awards
Are you an Aboriginal youth aged 30 years or younger?
What is your ‘next step’? School? Job? Enhancing your skills?
Do you need help taking that ‘next step’?
We want to help you get there! Next Step Awards are valued up to $1,000 to help Aboriginal youth reach their educational and/or employment goals. Applicants must be nominated by one of the Oshki Annishinabe Nigaaniwak community partners. Click HERE for a complete partner list. Nominations no longer being accepted, deadline has passed.