Monday, December 4, 2023

New Hamilton program helps single Indigenous mothers reach their career goals

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A Hamilton-based Urban Indigenous Homeward Bound program supporting sole-parent urban Indigenous women has inspired mothers who have participated to chase their dreams.

The 4-year program helps single indigenous mothers achieve self-determined education, and reach their career goals. It also helps with life skills such as finances. It is led by the Hamilton Regional Indian Centre and is in partnership with Mohawk College.

The program, which covers tuition for its participants, is currently accepting applications until September 2nd. Those interested are asked to reach out to the Hamilton Regional Indian Centre.

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