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Bridging Communities

We want to hear from like-minded individuals and organizations who are committed to supporting Indigenous youth through arts-based learning.


We're Hiring!

Finance Officer

As our Finance Officer, you will be responsible for the day-to-day management of financial transactions and procedures and maintaining complete and up-to-date financial records.

  • Applying for this job includes two steps (1) emailing a CV (2) filling out this form. To get started, please read through the full job description and instructions to apply here.

Head of Digital Storytelling

As our Head of Digital Storytelling, you will lead the planning and implementation of the digital storytelling strategy for the organization, keeping the stories of youth at the centre.

  • Applying for this job includes two steps (1) emailing a CV (2) filling out this form. To get started, please read through the full job description and instructions to apply here.

Programming Administrator

As our Program Administrator, you will contribute to the impact of our creative, youth-based programming by working within the internal systems that support all of our programs.

  • Applying for this job includes two steps (1) emailing a CV (2) filling out this form. To get started, please read through the full job description and instructions to apply here.

*Note: Preference will be given to Indigenous candidates for all three of these positions.


Apply to be a Youth Artist Assistant with the Mikw Chiyâm Program

Apply here. We will accept applications until all positions are filled. 

As the Youth Artist Assistant (YAA), you’ll support professional artists in the classroom as they lead arts-based residencies. To be eligible, you must live in one of the communities listed below, be able to work in the school, and not be enrolled in high school. YAAs tend to be between 16 and 21 years old. The position is 20 hours per week at $15/hr.

The Mikw Chiyâm Arts Concentration Program offers Eeyou youth an opportunity to get creative with professional artists and experiment with a wide range of artistic mediums through three separate multi-week residencies that take place in the classroom. In the past, Mikw Chiyâm students have created short videos, written and recorded songs, built puppets, written and illustrated stories, and more!

Mikw Chiyâm takes place in schools in nine communities across Eeyou Istchee:

◆ Voyageur Memorial High School (Mistissini)
◆ James Bay Eeyou School (Chisasibi)
◆ École Wiinibekuu School (Waskaganish)
◆ Luke Mettaweskum School (Nemaska)
◆ Badabin Eeyou School (Whapmagoostui)
◆ Wabannutao Eeyou School (Eastmain)
◆ Maquatua Eeyou School (Wemindji)
◆ Willie J. Happyjack Memorial School (Waswanipi)
◆ Waapihtiiwewan School (Oujé-Bougoumou)

Please email azure.roberston@inpath.ca or send us a message through the Mikw Chiyâm Facebook if you have questions.

Important note ~ YAAs will work in-person with schools in the following communities: Mistissini, Chisasibi, Waskaganish, Nemaska, Whapmagoostui, Eastmain, Wemindji, Waswanipi, and Oujé-Bougoumou.