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Centre for Aboriginal Human Resource Development (CAHRD)
Active ImageCentre for Aboriginal Human Resource Development (CAHRD) - a Winnipeg community-based, non-profit organization staffed by Aboriginal people. CAHRD prepares Aboriginal people for the workplace by offering employment counselling, supportive follow-up, information on education and training opportunities, workshops, self-assessment and specialized services
 
Congress of Aboriginal People (CAP)
Sample ImageCongress of Aboriginal People (CAP) - disseminates information on legal issues and programs and services for Aboriginal people who live off reserve
 
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U of W's Indigenous Inclusion Program
Active ImageWab Kinew will be running the University of Winnipeg's Indigenous Inclusion program steeped in Aboriginal culture and aimed at youth under the age of 25 interested in learning the fundamentals of running a business.
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Aboriginal Youth Mean Business!
Active ImageAboriginal Youth Mean Business! can help you to navigate the road to business success! Explore Learning, Planning, Financing or Growing - and discover what support services are there for you.
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‘YOUNG MONEY’, Indigenous Youth Business Mentoring Program
Active Image‘YOUNG MONEY’, Indigenous Youth Business Mentoring Program is an after-school program operated in the early evenings and aimed at Winnipeg’s Aboriginal youth who are between 15 and 24 years old.
 
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