Posts tagged Indigenous youth

Lost Episodes, Found!

June 20, 2019—Cawston, BC: Lost episodes from our Season 2 podcast have been found! During episode 4.2 we talk with facilitator Deb Crow. Hosted by IndigenEYEZ Youth Panel member Natalie Sterling-Moses, Deb talks about the strength and resilience of youth, the power of art and colour, and the growth of community leaders. “There is always […]

In the News!

Aug 2015—Kelowna: Our first summer camp was a resounding success—every single youth reported that they want to come back again! The camp was held in the Okanagan and attended by more than 70 youth from 7 Nations. We were supported by an impressive roster of adults including Grand Chief Stewart Phillip, actress Michelle Thrush, and […]

IndigenEYEZ up North

May 2015—Williams Lake: Our weekend youth camp with the 7 Tsilhqot’in and Carrier-Sekani reserve communities around Williams Lake was a hit. We delivered two workshops for adults before spending the weekend with youth from across this broad territory. This youth worker from one of the most remote communities describes what happened: “It was difficult to […]

Free Workshops for First Nations Faci...

IndigenEYEZ is extending an invitation to First Nations facilitators interested in joining our team! We are offering a two-day workshop just for you! There is no obligation if you attend and decide this is not for you, but you will walk away with a fresh new set of skills to use in your future facilitation! […]

IndigenEYEZ Youth Camp in Osoyoos, BC

IndigenEYEZ Youth Camp in Osoyoos, BC

Our recent youth camp in Osoyoos, BC was a wonderful success!        

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