Government of Canada's Post-Secondary Student Support Program - Find out how Indigenous Services Canada (ISC) provides financial assistance to First Nations and eligible Inuit students who are enrolled in eligible post-secondary programs. The program aims to improve the employability of First Nations and eligible Inuit students by providing them with funding to access education and skills development opportunities at the post-secondary level. For more information contact your ISC regional office.
Government of Canada's Inuit designated organizations for Post-Secondary Funding - Eligible Inuit students seeking more information on how to apply for available funding for post-secondary education should contact the following designated organizations or regional Indigenous Services Canada (ISC) offices in the province where they have resided for 12 consecutive months.
Government of Canada - Education, Training and jobs for Indigenous peoples: Find out about education, including scholarships and bursaries, training and jobs for Indigenous peoples.
Government of Canada's Indigenous Bursaries - search more than 750 bursaries, scholarships and incentives across Canada, offered by governments, universities and colleges, private and public companies, individual Canadians, organizations and others aimed at Indigenous students.
First Nations in Manitoba - Manitoba has 63 First Nations, including six of the 20 largest bands in Canada. Twenty-three First Nations are not accessible by an all-weather road. This accounts for more than half of all Manitoba First Nations people who live on reserve. There are five First Nations linguistic groups in Manitoba: Cree, Ojibway, Dakota, Ojibway-Cree and Dene.
Manitoba Metis Federation - Metis Employment & Training provides a wide range of services to clients seeking employment and training. These services include: needs assessment & career planning, job search assistance including resume & cover letter preparation, access to labour market and academic program information, referral and sponsorship to skills training and employment programs to enhance employability and referral to employers.
For further information or to apply for employment and skills training programs & services please contact the Metis Employment and Training offices in your area.