Employability in Native Studies

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Our programs enable students to think creatively, logically , and critically. Aside from learning about Indigenous histroy and gaining an understanding of unique worldviews, our students gain skills in research, qualitative interviewing and fieldwork, as well as in refining their writing ability. Our graduates have attained careers with Indigenous organizations (both, regional and national), the federal, provincial, and municipal governments of Canada, public health, law firms, law enformcent, politics, public relations, local community organizations, business, museums, social services agencies, research centres, private consulting, media, schools, nonprofit organizations, amonth others.

Consider these job opportunities for a Native Studies graduate:

  • Community Educator
  • Research
  • Teacher
  • Environmental Advisor
  • Community Liaison Worker
  • Policy Advisor
  • Aboriginal Issues Coordinator
  • Youth Worker
  • Corrections Officer
  • Journalist
  • Mediator
  • Employment Counsellor
  • Cultural Anthropologist
  • Communications Officer
  • Economic Development Manager
  • Political Analyst
  • Business Owner
  • and many more!!!