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For Indigenous Peoples

Learning is an important step in finding work you like or moving forward in your chosen career direction. Options range from skills training and upgrading to apprenticeship, college, and university programs.

To learn more, invite a Learning Clicks Indigenous Ambassador to talk to your community or school about planning for post-secondary.

Where Would You Like to Start?

For inspiration, check out these videos of Indigenous students:

Arlene's Pathway (4:32)
Attending University to Become a Teacher (2:55)

Coby is studying at a university to become a teacher. She discusses her Indigenous background, how she enjoys interacting with other students, and the different sources of funding she used to help pay for her education.

Attending College as the Key to Success (2:29)

Joel is an Indigenous student attending a public college. Learn more about his experience moving from a rural town to the city, becoming involved in student groups, and getting to know his professors.

Building Career Skills at an Indigenous Peoples College (2:48)

Sam is a student at an Indigenous Peoples College. He discusses his experience working with a team, studying in a supportive environment, and using education to enhance his career.

Embracing Learning as a Mature College Student (2:39)

Shawn attends a public college as a mature student. Watch as he discusses his experience upgrading his high school marks and becoming involved in activities related to his Indigenous cultural activities.

Balancing School and Family at an Indigenous Peoples College (2:48)

Teneille is studying to be a nurse at an Indigenous Peoples College. Learn about her experience balancing home and academic life while studying in a small classroom setting.

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