Resources for Indigenous Students

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Job Search, Networking and Mentorship Resources

A curation of resources to support your career.

Supporting Indigenous Peoples to find employment and access training in Toronto.

Canada’s fastest growing Indigenous career portal. Job Seekers can search for many Indigenous-specific jobs in just about every industry, city, province and postal code.

A fast-growing network of Indigenous candidates and inclusive employers-of-choice.

Canada's largest Indigenous­-owned job posting board.

Learn more about employment and training services and supports through 19 funded and non-funded program interventions.

Explore programs that facilitate the growth of Indigenous businesses, build relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous businesses, and ensure life-long learning for Indigenous entrepreneurs.

A community economic development initiative that pairs small business and entrepreneurial training, growth supports and infrastructure with the intent of building a stronger, more diversified Indigenous economic presence in the City of Toronto.

A mentorship program designed to support Indigenous communities entering the TECH labour market. 

Community Support Resources

Connect with community to support your overall well-being, as part of your career development.

Educates, connects, and invests in First Nations, Inuit and Métis people so they will achieve their highest potential. They disburse financial awards, deliver programs, and share resources with the goal of increasing graduation rates for Indigenous students.   

A multitude of culturally centred programs and services to increase the economic, social, cultural and health outcomes of Indigenous peoples.

Supports all First Nations in Ontario as they assert their sovereignty, jurisdiction, and their chosen expression of nationhood.

The national representational organization protecting and advancing the rights and interests of Inuit in Canada.

A safe and welcoming environment for all Indigenous women and their children GTA and offer programs around housing, advocacy, employment, education and access to ceremonies and traditional practitioners/healers.