Braided Journeys programming is intended to support First Nations, Métis and Inuit youth to become leaders of character, vision and action. FNMI youth are provided multi-component, culturally-based programs that challenge their creativity, build on their skill set, and increase their support network. In addition, youth have the opportunity to develop citizenship skills, thus, enhancing self-esteem and confidence. Participants also gain skills from a variety of cultural and leadership activities.
What is a Grad Coach?
In one to one sessions Lynn Cornell, our Braided Journeys/FNMI liaison assists students by providing support and the tools needed for high school graduation, post-secondary studies and career planning.
Braided Journeys always has some great activities going on…from career & cultural speakers, literacy mentoring, tutoring, access to elders and cultural events, post-secondary tours and much more!
Braided Journeys Fall Newsletter