Indigenous Education Resources

Indigenous Education Resources

The Province of Manitoba is working to ensure that Manitobans have the supports and resources necessary on their pathway from cradle to career. The Province provides a full suite of programs and services to help with transitions to and from school and work.  Programs and services include:

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  • Manitoba Youth Job Centres - Open from May - August and provides free community-based summer employment referral services and career development and employment related skills information throughout rural and northern Manitoba.
  • STEP Services - Provides eligible Manitoba students with full and part-time jobs with government departments, agencies and Crown corporations throughout the year.
  • The National Job Bank (service provided by Service Canada) is a free service that can help employers advertise their job openings and help job seekers access a network of jobs using the Job Search feature.
  • Manitoba Jobs and Skills Development Centres are located throughout Manitoba and deliver a range of services for job seekers including career planning assistance and employment counseling, referrals to community agencies, work/job placements, financial support for foundation skills training and post-secondary training.

Support for Education and Training:

Financial assistance for activities such as skills training, upgrading, pre-employment preparation, and training for self-employment may be available to those who meet eligibility criteria, including: