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The NWAC ISET program helps Indigenous women and gender-diverse individuals fully participate in economic opportunities. NWAC believes education can help Indigenous women, girls, and gender-diverse people achieve economic success. Empowerment is the foundation for strong families and communities.
Through NWAC’s agreement with Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) we are able to provide financial supports such as tuition, living allowance, childcare, job starts, and other resources to help Indigenous women and gender-diverse people reach their employment and skills training goals.
Download and complete the application form.
In order to proceed with your application, include the following documents with your application. Forward all documents and the application to the regional ISET coordinator in your area, or to email@example.com.
Yukon Aboriginal Women’s Council (YAWC):
Native Women’s Association of the NWT:
Cristina Adame de la Cruz
British Columbia Native Women’s Association (BCNWA):
The Alberta Institute for the Advancement of Aboriginal Women:
Native Women’s Association of Canada Saskatchewan region:
Manitoba Moon Voice’s Inc. (MMVI):
Native Women’s Association of Canada Quebec region:
Rose-Desiree Ze Meka
Temiskaming Native Women’s Support Group (TNWSG):
Newfoundland Native Women’s Association (NNWA):
Indigenous Women’s Association of the Wabanaki Territories (IWWT):
Nova Scotia Native Women’s Association (NSNWA):
Aboriginal Women’s Association of PEI (AWAPEI):
Carol Anne Lewis
Native Women’s Association of Canada Nunavut region:
Are you an employer looking for strong, reliable, dedicated Indigenous women and gender-diverse employee(s)? If so, we can help! We support your business by finding innovative solutions to support your HR requirements. NWAC can offer important resources to ensure a potential employee is ready to join your team.
NWAC has created partnerships with public and private sector employers who are committed to employing Indigenous women and gender-diverse people.
These partnerships provide Indigenous women and gender-diverse people with appropriate education and training to secure meaningful employment in a demand-driven, skills sector.
Funded by the Government of Canada’s Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC).