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Grizzly Force is re-imagining temporary labour to make it accessible and empowering. We are currently servicing the Greater Vancouver, Victoria, Okanagan, Calgary and Toronto areas.
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The Indigenous Knowledge Keepers and Elders Society (IKES)
IKES is looking for a student interested in volunteer hours or experience for future jobs or Master’s applications and would be interested in helping our organization build a website.
IKES works to:
- advocate for Indigenous knowledge keepers and Elders throughout BC
- provide various supports and links to resources for housing, healing, traditional teachings, Indigenous art workshops, community participation and many other initiatives
- provide opportunities for intergenerational exchanges and teachings between Elders and Indigenous youth
- creating decolonizing methods and approaches to advancements of knowledge keepers and Elders
If this opportunity is something you’d be interested in, please contact email@example.com or call/text 604 379 6844
YWCA Circle of Sisters Indigenous Mentorship Program, provides opportunities for self-identified Indigenous girls*, ages 12-18 (mentees), to connect with Indigenous community and culture with the help of young self-identified Indigenous women* (mentors) and skilled facilitators. To keep mentees and mentors safe during COVID-19, regular in-person programming will be moved online for the time being. The staff are working hard to create fun, engaging and accessible content for this year. We are currently recruiting Indigenous mentors and need your help spreading the word!
- Make new friends and join a welcoming community, where you can talk about anything – from movies and music, to life experiences and personal issues
- Connect and gain support and advice from other self-identified Indigenous *girls (mentees) and *women role models (mentors)
- Celebrate Indigenous cultures and explore social and gender issues together
- Take part in a variety of fun cultural activities, games, talking circles and discussions, and explore Indigenous media, current events, music and art
- Gain leadership skills, self-esteem and opportunities to reflect on your goals and experiences
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
*We welcome members of the Two-Spirit, non-binary, trans, queer and disabled communities.