Youth are using their traditional skills to work for themselves on the side to feed their families while making a positive change in their First Nation communities.
Join the discussion to meet youth like you and find out how you can make a positive change in your community.
Join us for the monthly video conference workshop June 25, 2014 to hear the story of Crystal's Coffee Shop from Keewaywin First Nation.
Bami’aawaso is a three-year project (2013-2016) to build sustainable infrastructure supporting youth aged 15-35 to engage in social enterprises. Nishnawbe Aski Nation is leading the project with the support of Ontario Trillium Fund and in partnership with PARO Centre for Womens Enterprise and Keewaytinook Okimmakanak. Our goal is to raise the awareness of social enterprise so that more youth are working for themselves to feed their families while making a positive change in their communities.