Free Training!


Sept 28, 2016—Vancouver, BC: Don’t miss this exciting opportunity: IndigenEYEZ Leadership Training 2016-17.   Our first session is this weekend! Join us in Vancouver for this powerful training with facilitators Warren Hooley, Cindy Charlieboy, and Molly Billows.  This project gratefully acknowledges funding support from the NIB Trust Fund.   Location: Broadway Youth Resource Center (2455 Fraser St) Time: Sat […]

Catch The Fire


Sept 17, 2016—Penticton BC: Our first 5-day IndigenEYEZ: Leadership Essentials training was a hit. Called Catch the Fire, it was hosted by the Okanagan Nation Alliance and focused on reigniting the passion and purpose of each participant.  Favorite feedback of the week: “Have you ever felt self-doubt? Have you had tapes playing in your head […]

Camp has Begun!


Jul 21, 2016—Ashnola Valley BC: The days at Camp IndigenEYEZ are flying by. Here’s a dispatch from a friend of IndigenEYEZ: From the moment the facilitators gathered to prepare for the youth, I was completely captivated. I have never seen a group of people with bigger hearts and such incredible intentions. We all felt very […]

BC’s Grand Chief


Jul 12, 2016—Ashnola Valley: “Across the world 370 million indigenous people are crawling out from under the rubble of colonization. And our young people are growing up in the middle of this. It is important that we, as elders, extend ourselves to support and empower our youth as they take on the tremendous responsibility of […]

Healing Trauma


Jul 6, 2016—Langley WA:  Healing Trauma with Joy and Connection IndigneEYEZ is “one of the most powerful applications of our Creative Community Model that we’ve seen.” It’s amazing to have mentors. We are grateful to Partners for Youth Empowerment (PYE) for this awesome article about us! PYE is an inspiration and we have benefited greatly […]

NextUp Team-Up


Aug 11-24, 2016—Vancouver BC: Next Up and IndigenEYEZ are excited to announce the launch of Indigenous Youth in Action, a four-day leadership program that brings together Indigenous young adults from the Lower Mainland, Vancouver Island and beyond to explore how change happens in society. We’ll explore the interconnections between the earth, ourselves, our gifts and our cultures […]

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I just want to say that I had a great time here in this workshop. I have learned so much being here and I enjoyed the whole two days. And thank you to all the people who made this amazing workshop happen.
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