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Women Building Futures is a leader in providing trades training for women and recruiting women into the heavy industrial workforce.
Check out these programs and services for Indigenous peoples.
Learning is an important step in finding work you like or moving forward in your chosen career. Options range from skills training and upgrading to apprenticeship, college and university programs.
A number of post–secondary schools across Alberta offer programs for Indigenous Peoples.
There are lots of financial resources out there. By using these resources and planning wisely, you will likely be able to pay for your education.
Could a job in the trades be right for you? Read on to learn more about programs that can help Indigenous workers like you get started in the trades.
The following resources provide general information about starting and operating your own business.
Read brief introductions to services and programs offered by federal and provincial governments as well as by non-profit organizations.