In addition to the services that exist on campus to support all students in their academic and career success, there are specific services that support Indigenous students in reaching their goals. This page provides an overview of the many campus and community resources for Indigenous students.
Career Services provides career planning and employment resources and one-to-one personal support for students. Deciding on a major? Unsure about what occupations best suit your interests and values? Looking for a job? Searching for support with your resumé or interview preparation? We can help!
Check out the resources on our website, meet with us during our drop-in hours, or connect with us to book an appointment: 204-474-9456, email@example.com.
The employment, education and training, scholarship, entrepreneurship and other career resources below are those with an Indigenous focus. Please note that these lists are not exhaustive.
Employment – Job Banks, Resources, Listings of Equity and Special Programs
Also visit Career Services' Online Job Posting Boards page
Education, Training & Academic Support:
At the University of Manitoba:
-University of Manitoba admissions information and programs - for Indigenous students
-Programs with an Indigenous focus include:
- Ongomiizwin– Indigenous Institute of Health and Healing
Specialized training programs outside of U of M:
Career Mentor Programs & Profiles
Bursaries, Scholarships & Financial Assistance:
- University of Manitoba Financial Aid & Awards - for Indigenous Students
- UM Faculty of Graduate Studies - Doctoral Award for Indigenous Students
- In the community: (Visit the following websites for listings and information)
Page updated: November 12, 2020
- Indigenous Student Centre
- Indigenous Circle of Empowerment (ICE)
- Neechiwaken Indigenous Peer Mentor Program
- Centre for Indigenous Achievement - Indigenous Connect
- University of Manitoba Indigenous Students Association (UMISA)
- Metis University Students' Association