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Increase the vitality of Indigenous languages among new young adult learners (15-40 years of age; including critical demographics such as young women) who will serve as a bridge between Elders and children.

Young Indigenous Women’s Circle of Leadership

YIWCL

About

The Young Indigenous Women’s Circle of Leadership program is focused on developing young Indigenous womens’ self-worth, pride and respect of self and others through the learning of cultural values using Indigenous languages.

Who It's For
Indigenous Teens and Young Adult Learners who are beginning to engage with their language.

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Intensive Adult Language Immersion Project

IALI

About

The Intensive Adult Language Immersion project is designed to be community-led and lead to new and improved language proficiency among Indigenous young adults.

Who It's For
Adult Learners who want additional student supports and language growth.

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First Peoples’ House Student Supports

FPH

About

First Peoples’ House is a student service centre for First Nations, Métis and Inuit students at the University of Alberta. The centre is the heart of the Indigenous student community on campus. First Peoples’ House offers programs and services to help students achieve academic success and personal growth. New language resources and tutoring is now available.

Who It's For
Adult Learners who want additional student supports and language growth.

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Braiding Stories to Live By

BStLB

About

Braiding Stories to Live By is focused on co-creating Indigenous young women gatherings unique to each community we work with. These five-day gatherings are held in the summer with seasonal call back sessions and create space for young Indigenous women to come together with multiple generations of Indigenous women to create a beautiful circle of intergenerational knowledge. Our future dreams include inviting High School Students (for credit) and Indigenous Preservice Teachers (as part of their program) to join us in this creative collaboration.

Who It's For
Indigenous Young Women who are interested in gathering to learn how Indigenous women's wisdom can be braided with contemporary wellness practices to honour and care for their whole being., Indigenous Community Women who are interested in created safe spaces for the next generations to gather and continue to learn about Indigenous women's wisdom and wellness.

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