Six Nations Band Members:
If you are a registered Six Nations member and you have met the entrance requirements for and been enroled in or accepted for enrolment in an eligible post-secondary program, then you can apply for post-secondary education assistance through the Grand River Post-Secondary Education Office.
New Credit First Nation Band Members:
Eligible applications are registered band members of the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation.
Southern First Nations Secretariat:
Southern First Nations Secretariat Post-Secondary Program can assist access to post-secondary education for registered band members of the Caldwell First Nation, Chipewas of Kettle and Stony Point First Nation, Aamjiwnaang First Nation, Oneida Nation of the Thames, Delaware Nation, and Munsee-Delaware Nation.
Indspire provides financial assistance to Indigenous students through its Building Brighter Futures: Bursaries, Scholarships and Awards program. Applications are available on the Indspire website for general post-secondary education (PSE), health careers, legal studies and more.
Dreamcatcher Charitable Foundation:
The Dreamcatcher Charitable Foundation is passionate about encouraging youth to pursue and complete their educational goals. The main focus of this sector is on educational activities that support and encourage youth to pursue and complete their education, with the goal of developing future leaders for our communities.
Niagara Peninsula Aboriginal Area Management Board (NPAAMB):
NPAAMB provides training programs and services to individuals, employers and training institutions in urban and rural areas located in Southern Ontario. The goal of NPAAMB is to provide employment and training initiatives so that Urban Aboriginal youth can become strong and vibrant leaders of tomorrow. NPAAMB has developed several Human Resource Development programs to assist Urban Aboriginal Youth (15-30 years of age) residing off-reserve in Ontario's Niagara Peninsula / Golden Horseshow area.
Grand River Employment and Training (GREAT):
GREAT's mandate is to help secure employment for Onkwehon:we of the Grand River Territory, regardless of residency. It offers assistance with programs in apprenticeship skills training, employment assistance, income support, a living-away-from-home allowance, and a Career Information Centre, among others. GREAT also supports several culturally relevant initiatives.