Honouring Life Network Blog
Welcome to the HLN Blog! Here you will find postings about news items, positive youth programming across the country and beyond, job postings, resources, websites, scholarships/awards, research funding and other things that we think might be relevant to youth or youth workers visiting our site. If you’re looking for something specific, check out the tags at the end of each post and on the right-hand menu. The HLN blog should be interactive, so please feel free to leave a comment about any of the postings, or to email us if you have an idea for an HLN blog posting.
Inuit Specific Suicide Prevention Resources
This section of the Honouring Life Network highlights some key Inuit specific suicide prevention resources for your use. More resources are available in English in the Resource section of the Honouring Life Network.
Are you a team player with a passion for working with Aboriginal youth? Do you thrive in a team environment where you are valued, challenged and supported? Are you ready for a role that will allow you to connect youth with culture and help them uphold the Seven Grandfather Teachings? Do you have experience working with youth who have been in conflict with the law? If so, then this opportunity is for you!
The Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health is an award-winning Health Access Centre that provides holistic primary health care to First Nation, Métis and Inuit people living in Ottawa - one of the fastest growing and diverse urban Aboriginal communities in Canada. Wabano is a fast-paced, client-oriented organization that models the Aboriginal values of balance, respect and community interdependence.
As an Aboriginal Frontline Worker with a post-secondary diploma or degree in a human services curriculum, combined with four years of social services experience with at-risk youth, we encourage you to consider this exceptional opportunity.
Purpose of Position
For more information CLICK HERE!
Roots & Shoots for Aboriginal Youth Project Development Grants
Roots & Shoots is pleased to announce that we will be offering small grants of up to $2000 for projects to be developed by First Nations, Inuit and Métis groups/communities who are part of the Roots & Shoots for Aboriginal Youth Program.
Made possible with the generous support of Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, grants will be provided to groups who demonstrate an existing commitment to Roots & Shoots for Aboriginal Youth and express a clear plan for executing community action projects.
Criteria for consideration:
For more information and a copy of the application form, please contact the Aboriginal Project Coordinator, Tanya Muthusamipillai at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Aboriginal Women's Leadership Circle for Women's Worlds 2011 invites young Aboriginal women across Canada to submit their written, artistic, or otherwise creative submissions to attend Women's Worlds 2011. We greatly value the participation of young Aboriginal women and would like to hear directly from YOU about why you want to be there!
For contest guidelines and how to submit contact: email@example.com
Deadline to submit: Friday March 25th, 2011
7 winners to be awarded an honorarium of $1000
This contest is in partnership with the Native Youth Sexual Health