Somebody’s Daughter Camp 2021
This is an exciting opportunity for Inuit women who would like to learn traditional skills such as skins preparation and sewing, and provides a safe setting to learn and share cultural knowledge in a camp setting. Inuktut is the language of instruction.
The two links below detail employment opportunities for the Somebody’s Daughter Program.
If you would like to apply to take part in the Somebody’s Daughter Program, please click on the link below.
Somebody’s Son Camp
The 2022 Somebody’s Son camp will take place in Naujaat from May 30th to June 6, 2022 . The Somebody’s Son camp will be a spring seal hunt traditional skills learning exercise.
Currently, the KIA is seeking to find a Program Instructors for the 2022. Please see the advertisement here.
If you would like to apply to take part in the Somebody’s Son Program, please click on the link below.
Pijunnaqsiniq Culture Camp
This camp is for Inuit youth ages 15-29, designed to create an opportunity for youth to connect with their Inuit heritage. It takes place out-on-the-land near a Kivalliq community and includes activities such as hunting and fishing, traditional tool making and sewing.
The KIA is also looking for employees to help run the Pijunnaqsiniq Program. for more information click on the above link.
Kivalliq Art Camp
An opportunity for Inuit of all ages to learn art techniques from Art Instructors that enhance their skills. Art is taught as a form of expression for healing from loss and grief, to illustrate stories, and to use as a potential source of individual income.
Kivalliq Community Cultural Initiatives Program (KCCIP)
Kivalliq Inuit Association has funding available for grants and contributions to support community based initiatives that foster and enhance Inuit traditional skills and activities as well as promoting or maintaining the Inuit language.
Individuals and community groups can apply for this grant by filling out an application form that are also available at the Community Liaison Office.