The Employment and Skills Development department works to build partnerships that help NunatuKavut Inuit gain employment. They oversee NCC’s employment and skills development-related agreements that provide resources for unemployed and underemployed individuals (working less than 20 hours per week).
Primary agreements include the Indigenous Skills Employment and Training (ISET) Program funded directly through Service Canada, and an ISET Program sub-agreement, funded through the Congress of Aboriginal Peoples (CAP).
To learn more about the Employment and Training programs delivered under the ISET Program, click here.
Community Employment Coordinator Offices
NCC’s community employment coordinator offices in Cartwright and Mary’s Harbour continue to offer vital outreach services within their area.
NCC administers three annual memorial bursaries for university or college students who are NunatuKavut members.
- Bernie Heard Memorial Bursary, valued at $1000
- Raymond Turnbull Memorial Bursary, valued at $2000
- Search Minerals Bursary, valued at $500
NCC provides an annual Merit Award, valued at $500, to a member attending the Happy Valley-Goose Bay campus of the College of the North Atlantic (CNA). Nominations are put forward by CNA and the winner is chosen by NCC. This award is presented at the awards ceremony and is in recognition of the student’s commitment to academic achievement.
Education Success Stories
NCC has offered training and employment assistance to thousands of members over the years. As a result, we have heard tons of great success stories from our students. Check out our latest stories below.
If you want to share your education success story, please contact Mandy at email@example.com
Employment and Skills Development Manager
Tel: (709) 896-0454
Fax: (709) 896-0651
Employment and Skills Development Officer
Tel: (709) 896-0484
Fax: (709) 896-0651
Community Employment Coordinator (Mary’s Harbour)
Tel: (709) 921-6257
Fax: (709) 921-6575