Community Storytelling Project Lead, Land Needs Guardians, Indigenous Leadership Initiative (ILI)
The Community Storytelling Lead plays a central role in the success of the project. Working closely with ILI’s Creative Lead and communications team, the Community Storytelling Lead recruits, trains, and supports Storytellers as they develop and produce their video stories. The Community Storytelling Lead conducts outreach to Guardians programs and other partners to recruit Storytellers. Apply Now!
Career opportunities with The Canadian Parks, Protected, and Conserved Areas Leadership Collective (CPPCL)
Outward Bound Canada is hiring for multiple positions, including instructors, trainers, as well as a manager and coordinator!
This organization seeks to cultivate resilience, leadership, connections and compassion through inspiring and challenging journeys of discovery in the natural world. Learn more
Canada Research Chair (Tier 2) in Arctic and Subarctic Peoples and Places
Memorial University is recruiting an early career Indigenous scholar for a Canada Research Chair (Tier 2) in Arctic and Subarctic Peoples and Places at the Labrador Campus. This is an exciting opportunity to join our team and develop a community-led and Northern-focused research program in Labrador, working closing with Innu and Inuit communities, organizations, and governments in Labrador and with partners throughout the Circumpolar North. Deadline: September 30th, 2022. Learn more
Indigenous Intellectual Property Program Grant
The Indigenous Intellectual Property Program (IIPP) grant funds eligible Indigenous organizations to support participation in World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) sessions, small-scale initiatives and projects related to intellectual property (IP), Indigenous knowledge (IK) and Indigenous cultural expressions (ICEs). IIPP grants are designed to support the increased engagement in the IP system by Indigenous peoples in Canada. The IIPP grant is administered by Innovation, Science and Economic Development (ISED) Canada. Applications are due by 11:59pm (Pacific Time) September 12th, 2022. Learn more
Resources for Budding Mountain Researchers
This page lists some training courses and capacity development resources that the GEO Mountains community – as well as students, researchers, practitioners, and policy makers working in mountain settings more generally – may find useful.