Program Length: 12 months

 • The training is online
 • There is a one week long Cultural Land Camp (location unknown)
 • Depending on the track chosen, participants may be connected with an internship (location TBD)

Admissions Req:
• Eligible to work in Canada
• Be part of  First Nations, Metis, or Inuit communities
• Be between the ages of 18 and 30

 Admissions Deadline: Mid June

Highlight: Are you interested in connecting with your Indigenous roots while simultaneously making a difference in the world? If so, the Indigenous Clean Energy program may fit all your needs! Essentially, this youth program serves as a training and career program where Indigenous youth aid in the goal of both driving and sustainably maintaining a clean energy sector. There are three paths that participants can go on including the youth pathway where they will gain access to training, a camp, and a possible internship; the match-based pathway that offers training, a camp, and a paid 4-12 month internship with an existing qualifying/subsidized employer; and the training only pathway where they will be exposed to just the training and camp. For the match-based pathway, you must be an indigenous youth who is already paired with an employer who wants to join the program to help the energy sector. There are lots of ways to be involved even beyond being a youth applicant. To apply, participants must be between the ages of 18 and 30, be of First Nations, Metis, or Inuit culture, and be eligible to work in Canada. In order to be selected for this program about the energy sector, participants must have strong online collaboration skills, have interest in Canada’s energy sector, and demonstrate leadership potential. If selected, applicants will need to commit for a year-long period where they will gain access to the cultural land camp in January, virtual sessions, meeting with cohorts, and “Energy Education” modules where members will learn about the energy sector. Make a difference soon and apply! If you have any questions, feel free to contact the program.

Cost: Free

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