Indigenous Mentoring

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Tool | Components of Effective Indigenous Mentoring Programs

This tool compliments the Considerations for Mentoring Indigenous Children and Youth Guide by providing succinct information. Please refer to the full version of the guide for more details, traditional teachings from the Elders, and knowledge shared from community members.

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Tool | Engaging Indigenous Community/Organizations in Supporting and Indigenous Mentoring Program

This tool compliments the Considerations for Mentoring Indigenous Children and Youth Guide by providing succinct information. Please refer to the full version of the guide for more details, traditional teachings from the Elders, and knowledge shared from community members.

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Tool | Engaging Indigenous Mentors

This tool compliments the Considerations for Mentoring Indigenous Children and Youth Guide by providing succinct information. Please refer to the full version of the guide for more details, traditional teachings from the Elders, and knowledge shared from community members.

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Guide | Mentoring Indigenous Communities

Children and youth across all communities in the province need support from adults as they grow. Indigenous communities have unique mentorship needs. The 10-step guidelines help schools and mentoring organizations create culturally relevant programing for children and youth.

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Guide | Pow Wow 101

A Pow Wow is a sacred social gathering held by many North American Indigenous communities. It is an event to dance, sing, socialize and honour traditions and culture of Indigenous peoples. 

A Pow Wow can be one day or last all weekend, from a Friday to Sunday night, with breaks for supper and sleep. 

Everyone is invited to attend a Pow Wow! If you see one promoted, consider yourself included. 

Make your first Pow Wow a success by observing these general protocols and information:

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“We acknowledge that we are on and support Mentoring for Youth in the traditional territories across Alberta of the many First Nations from Treaty 6,7,& 8, the Métis of the 8 Alberta Settlements, and Inuit people whose footsteps have marked these lands for centuries.”