Student & Family Lounge

The Student Lounge is a page of resources for our youth that features post secondary education information, employment opportunities, and student voice!

*There are some new & exciting summer job opportunities with the City of Winnipeg! 
Check out Oshki Annishinabe Nigaaniwak for all the details and how to apply!



Red River College - Aboriginal Education

MITT Aboriginal Student Centre

Manitoba Aboriginal Health Careers

University of Winnipeg - youth in care tuition waiver

Red River College - youth in care tuition waiver

University of Manitoba - youth in care tuition waiver

Money for School booklet - Louis Riel Institute


Fisher River application
F/W deadline: May 15
Sp/Sum deadline: Feb. 28

Peguis Application
Sept. deadline: May 1
Jan. deadline: Oct.15
Sp/Sum deadline: Mar. 1
continuation deadline: Mar. 30

Lac la Ronge application
Sept. deadline: May 31
Jan. deadline: Oct. 15
Sp/Sum deadline: Mar. 31

Big Grassy / White Dog application
Sept. deadline: June 15
Jan. deadline: Dec. 1
Sp/Sum deadline: Feb. 28

Lake St. Martin application
F/W deadline: May 31
Sp/Sum deadline: Feb. 28
continuation deadline: May 31

Keewatin application
 (Barrenlands, Northlands (Lac Brochet), Fox Lake, York Factory, War Lake, God’s Lake, God's River (Manito Sipi), Bunibonibee, & Sayisi Dene)
Sept. deadline: May 15
Jan. deadline: Oct. 15
Sp/Sum deadline: Feb. 15

Interlake application
(Pinaymootang, Dauphin River, Lake Manitoba, Little Saskatchewan)
deadline: March 15

Swampy Cree Tribal Council
(Chemawawin, Moose Lake, Grand Rapids, Pelican Rapids, Birch River, Marcel Colomb, Mathias Colomb (Pukatawagan), Granville Lake)

Nelson House application
F/W deadline: April 30

Norway House application
F/W deadline: April 1
Sp/Sum deadline: March 1

Sandy Bay application
Sept. deadline: May 15
Jan. deadline: Sept. 30
Sp/Sum deadline: March 15

Sagkeeng application
deadline: April 15

Long Plain application
Sept. deadline: June 15
Jan. deadline: Nov. 15
Sp/Sum deadline: March 5

Swan Lake application
Sept. deadline: June 15
Jan. deadline: Nov. 15
Sp/Sum deadline: March 15

Pine Creek application
F/W deadline: June 1

Whitesand application
F/W deadline: 2nd Friday of May

Dakota Ojibway Tribal Council
(Birdtail Sioux, Dakota Tipi, Long Plain, Roseau River Anishinaabe
Sandy Bay Ojibway, Swan Lake, Waywaysecappo)

Sept. deadline: Apr. 30
Jan. deadline: Oct. 15
Sp/Sum deadline: March 31


Child & Family Services - Northern Authority

Child & Family Services - Southern Authority


Manitoba Institute of Trades & Technology

Bold Eagle Program - Canadian Armed Forces

Oshki Annishinabe Nigaaniwak - City of Winnipeg

Aboriginal Youth Jobs/Career Site (AANDC)

Winnipeg Police Recruitment

Manitoba Jobshop

STEP- MB Government Youth Options

MMF - Metis Employment & Training

Centre for Aboriginal Human Resources Development Inc. (CAHRD)


Elizabeth Fry Society of Manitoba

Fort Whyte Alive - daycamp


Stress Hacks - Youth in Need of Mental Health Support


Siloam Mission - Programs & Services

EAGLE - Urban Transition Center

Mount Carmel Clinic

Villa Rosa


Kids Help Phone


Eagle Urban Transition Centre

SAIL Program - Knowles Centre

Marymound Independent Living Options Program

Restoring the Sacred Program - Ka Ni Kanichihk

Manitoba Youth Transitional Employment Assistance & Mentorship

Butterfly Club - Ka Ni Kanichihk

Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre


MacDonald Youth Services Youth Resource Centre
Tel: (204) 477-1804
The Centre provides short term shelter for youth 12-17 years of age. It is also a drop-in centre that provides counselling, clothing and food. The Centre operates 24 hours a day.

Main Street Project
75 Martha Street, Winnipeg, MB R3B 1A4
Tel: 982-8245 Administration: 982-8257 Hostel: 982-8260
Fax: 943-9474 or
Operates a 24-hour crisis intervention centre that works with individuals who are in a state of crisis because they are intoxicated, abused, injured, lost or homeless.

Ndinwemaaganag Endaawaad
Tel: 586-2588
The Shelter provides short-term shelter for youth 11-17 years of age. Meals, clothing, and access to medical assistance are also provided.

Neeginan Emergency Shelter
715 Main Street, Winnipeg, MB R3B 3N7
 Tel: 940-4240 Fax: 940- 4243
Neeginan provides Winnipeg’s Aboriginal persons 18 years and older who are homeless with an emergency shelter, and to provide a solid foundation for a long term homelessness initiative that recognizes a homeless person’s inherent value. Neeginan Emergency Shelter is available to all persons.

Salvation Army - Women's Services
7th Floor, 180 Henry Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R3B 0J8
Tel: 946-9461 or 946-9402 Fax: 943-8898
The Salvation Army provides temporary shelter and referral service for deserted or homeless women and their children.

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