PARTNERS (Hiring Workers
through Miziwe Biik)
POST SECONDARY STUDENT
Stay posted on information about skills training in the
trades - Carpentry Pre-Apprenticeship.
GTA Aboriginal Secondary School Student Awards Program
Academic Training Programs - Academic Upgrading - Online GED
Dr. "O" Oronhyatehka MBAET Mural (Video)
LOOKING FOR WORK
Employment Service can offer you resources, supports and services to respond to career and employment needs of individuals as well as your office or service needs and it can help these individuals on a path to higher skill training and employment.
If you are a potential employer, we invite you to contact our Job Developer and and find out how we can connect and the worker best suited to your needs – as well as financial incentives for your business.
Miziwe Biik receives funding from Human Resources Development Canada through the Aboriginal Labour Force Development Circle to deliver the training programs to the Aboriginal community in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA).
Miziwe Biik offers different funding programs to Aboriginal organizations and businesses, which all aim to assist with employing or training our clients. For more information please contact the office at: (416) 591-2310
For more info link to: Project Page/List
Our 27 week Carpentry Pre-Apprenticeship Training Program in partnership with George Brown College and The Mill Centre (Dixon Hall Affiliate) prepares Aboriginal people for long-term employment to address the shortage of highly skilled Carpenters in the GTA.
Client Registration Form
Word Form: MBAET Services.
Grant Application Form (2014-2015)
Word Document: MBAET Grant Application.
Call for Proposals Information Package (2014-2015)
PDF Document: MBAET proposal Information.
ALFDC Program Descriptions
PDF Document: ALFDC & MBAET Programs.
2014 Bursaries - CLOSED
Lee Awards - High School Bursary Application
AWARDS / BURSARIES
Miziwe Biik Aboriginal Online Campus
Obtain prerequisites for employment or other courses, gain new qualifications, or raise your awareness of Aboriginal Culture.