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DEADLINE IS SEPTEMBER 1.
A scholarship for students in an accredited full-time university or college degree program or an accredited diploma of at least 12 months duration. Applicants must be enrolled as beneficiaries of the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement;
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This is an exciting opportunity for the youth ages 15-25 from the Kivalliq region to learn about their traditional culture first hand out on the land with elders.
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Young men (16 to 25 years of age) from all over the Kivalliq region learn how to hunt and navigate through the coldest days of the year.
Somebody's daughter is a healing program for Inuit women, single moms, survivors of residential schools and those impacted by the residential school legacy and intergeneration victims.
Young men and women ages 16 to 25 from all of the Kivalliq Region learn different art techniques.
A workshop on varioius media for young Inuit, ages 15-24, from all of the Kivalliq Region.
Mike Thomas of Winnipeg teaches performance drills to minor hockey players in the Kivalliq Region.
The Missoula Children's Theatre mounts a play in Rankin Inlet at the beginning of each school year.
Ukkusiksalik National Park Scholarship
Deadline is September 1st every year.
A scholarship for students in a priority field of study as defined within the meaning of the Kivalliq National Parks Scholarship Trust Indenture. Applicants must be enrolled in an accredited full-time university or college degree program or an accredited diploma of at least 12 months duration, and enrolled as beneficiaries of the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement.