RGC is working on developing a resource for Gwich’in Participants to find our about job opportunities and to explore career planning pathways.
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Career planning pathways
Education today will help us lead tomorrow
Once Gwich’in are under Gwich'in government, we will need trained Gwich’in to take up jobs in government administration and program delivery. The Regional Gwich’in Collaborative encourages Gwich’in youth to pursue training and education today so that they have the skills needed to lead our communities tomorrow.
The following resources are intended to support Gwich’in career planning. Please check-back for updates.
Indigenous governance post- secondary programs
Post-secondary education (certificates, diplomas and/or degrees) can contribute to Indigenous governance by exploring tools and options that can be woven into Indigenous governance systems. Generally, these programs support learning in politics, public policy and/or administration and are intended to build strong leadership skills while acknowledging the unique socio-political and historical context of Indigenous people in Canada.
Yukon and Northwest Territories
- Bachelor of Arts in Indigenous Governance (Yukon University)
- First Nations Governance and Public Administration (Yukon University)
- First Nations Studies (University of Northern British Columbia)
- Aboriginal Governance and Leadership Program (Nicola Valley Institute of Technology)
- Indigenous Governance (University of Victoria)
- Indigenous studies (Camosun College)
- Executive MBA Indigenous Leadership (Simon Fraser University)
- Indigenous Governance Certificate (Yellowhead Tribal College)
- Bachelor Indigenous Governance and Administration (Yellowhead Tribal College)
- Certificate in Indigenous Governance and Partnership (University of Alberta)
- Indigenous Governance and Business Management (University of Lethbridge)
- Governance and Entrepreneurship in Northern and Indigenous Areas
- Aboriginal Public Administration
- Aboriginal Business Administration Certificate
- Indigenous Governance and Politics
The Indigenous Skills Employment and Training Strategy (ISETS) is funding administered by the Gwich’in Tribal Council on behalf of Employment Skills Development Canada (ESDC- Service Canada).The aim of this guidebook is to help you determine your own eligibility and what funding you may be eligible for.
Gwich’in Education Foundation Bursary for Post-Secondary Programs
Funding for registered Participant in the Gwich’in Land Claim enrolled and full-time student in certificate, diploma or degree program with 60% average or higher on last official transcript
Indigenous Bursary Research Tool