Posts Tagged ‘Youth Empowerment’
Touch The Earth
June 2, 2020—Cawston, BC: Touch the Earth is a land-based training program for Indigenous youth workers seeking to awaken their youth to a sense of pride, belonging, and possibility. Experiential activities of attuning to and caring for the land provide Indigenous youth a safer entry point to engage their feelings and listen to themselves and…Read More
May 12, 2020—Vancouver, BC: It can be socially isolating to be Indigenous and queer, and in the time of COVID-19 these feelings of isolation can be compounded. This series was developed with the support of the Tegan and Sara Foundation to provide a venue for connection. Join us online! 8 SESSIONS: May 20th, 27th,…Read More
Mar 3, 2020—Cawston, BC: IndigenEYEZ has been going through some big changes. We are a small operation with a bold vision of helping to repair the fabric of our communities. In order to succeed, we must align our limited resources with initiatives that maximize impacts. Unfortunately, we must announce that our 7-day summer youth camp…Read More
7 days on-the-land
Apr 16, 2019—Hedley, BC: Our summer camp is just three months away! From July 14th-21st we will be returning to the same ancestral land as last years youth camp, just outside of Hedley, BC. This 7-day on-the-land training camp is for Indigenous youth and mentors who want to strengthen their skills in delivering their own…Read More
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…Read More
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…Read More
Catch The Fire!
IndigenEYEZ is honored to share this transformative youth program with the Nations of the interior region! This is an amazing opportunity for youth to reconnect with their roots while exploring their individual personality and creativity through guided creative facilitation. IndigenEYEZ will be sending their team of top Facilitators to lead the activities and events. This…Read More
Power of Hope!
If you like the IndigenEYEZ model, we highly recommend this Power of Hope youth camp! Hosted on a gorgeous 315 acre farm on beautiful Cortes Island, participants will have the opportunity to explore the arts and learn how to become leaders in their communities. Scholarships Available for First Nations Youth! IndigenEYEZ has contributed to the…Read More
Free Workshops for First Nations Facilitators!
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!…Read More