Are you looking to be self-employed in the $100 Billion a year Agri-Food & Beverage industries? Apply to the Wild Craft Foods Program, next session starts May 3rd!This ten-week PAID self-employment experience for indigenous youth aged 15 to 29 endeavors to empower a new generation of entrepreneurs. More than a program, Wild Craft Foods is a community-minded incubator that walks alongside young people from concept through launch and focuses on traditional wildcrafting, art, food, and agriculture business projects and skill development. Learn more from Mission Community Skills Centre Society:

MNBC’s Ministry of Education is excited to announce an opportunity to recognize Métis Early Childhood Education Professionals for caring for our children. 

The Government of British Columbia has proclaimed the month of May as Child Care Month. In acknowledgement of Child Care Month, MNBC’s Ministry of Education wants to honour those caring for our children. Early Childhood Education Professionals are often not recognized for their hard work and dedication to the caring of children within their community. May is the month to recognize these caring individuals. The Métis Early Childhood Education Professionals play a significant role in providing care to our children and incorporating Métis culture into their environment to create a culturally safe space for Métis children. Their passion for Métis culture and sharing their knowledge with children creates Métis children who have a strong self-identity. 

MNBC’s Ministry of Education wants to thank all of our child care providers and educators for all that they do for children, families and community. They will be gifted a cultural gift package for being nominated. In addition, one winner from each of the 7 Regions will be selected to receive an additional gift and recognition. All nominees and winners will be recognized in a Virtual Event on May 26th with Elders Bruce Dumont and Stella Erasmus Johnson. Please share this nomination form and nominate Métis Early Childhood Education Professionals that are caring for your children. Individuals may be from programs such as Child Care, Strong Start, Preschool, Early Years Drop-in, Early Years cultural programming, Family Child Care, After School Care, or other programming provided by Early Childhood Education Professionals.

We look forward to nominations and an opportunity to recognize those in the community working hard to care for our children. 

Please fill out the nomination form:

The deadline to submit nominations is May 14th, 2021

“Students and teachers in Prince George have completed a 30-minute film telling the story of Métis in Canada. It’s the result of a wide-ranging project which began at School District No. 57 (SD57) last year.”

Due to current COVID19 protocols some events may be rescheduled. Please contact us to ensure availability and registration. 

Early Years Culture Program : Please Contact our Office

PAL Coarse : To be announced

Beading Classes : Please Contact our Office

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