Children Rising is mentorship program involving cultural exchanges with youth from Skownan First Nation while being supported through Career Trek.
Applications are due Sept. 30.
Below are some key links and program descriptions.
Want to get some hands-on experience and give back to community?
Consider applying for a Service-Learning program! Our programs are community-based and experiential in nature, combining social justice education, volunteer service and critical reflection.
Praxis: Service-Learning for Social Change
Join this interdisciplinary, student-led program to make friends, give back and apply your classroom learning! Last year, students worked organized Trick or Eat, collecting 1000 items of non-perishable foods for Winnipeg Harvest and raising awareness about food security, amongst many other projects and activities on clean water, poverty, migration and more. If you’ve always wanted to get involved but needed a team for support — here’s your program! Apply online by September 30: http://umanitoba.ca/student/studentlife/servicelearning/PRAXIS.html
Children Rising Mentorship Program
Learn about Anishinaabe culture and support a young learner in CareerTrek through this yearlong cultural exchange with Skownan First Nation. You will participate in monthly opportunities to learn about Indigenous history, contemporary issues and practices, be part of a mentorship circle and take part in four programming weekends with Skownan youth. Apply online by September 30: http://umanitoba.ca/student/studentlife/servicelearning/CRMP.html
Get to know a downtown neighbourhood and support literacy and the love of learning through this weekly volunteering opportunity! You will meet new friends and learn more about the education system in Manitoba through monthly meetings, and get a chance to give back by reading with kids in the Winnipeg School Division. Apply online by September 30: http://umanitoba.ca/student/studentlife/servicelearning/reading.html
Alternative Reading Week Winnipeg
Make a difference in your own backyard this Reading Week! Join ARW Winnipeg to learn about different social justice issues impacting Winnipeg communities, and volunteer with a local nonprofit agency during your February break. Apply online by November 20: http://umanitoba.ca/student/studentlife/servicelearning/ARWW.html
We also offer great travel programs in northern Manitoba, Belize, Ecuador and Tanzania during Reading Week and the Spring session! Apply online by November 20: http://umanitoba.ca/student/studentlife/experience/index.html
If you have any question please contact Nicole Stonyk
Children Rising Mentorship Program Coordinator
Service-Learning Department, Student Life
University of Manitoba
203 Fitzgerald Building
Winnipeg, MB R3T 3R1
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