Youth Resources

Websites concerning younger people.

Aboriginal Youth Network

The Aboriginal Youth Network is a website designed by and for Aboriginal youth in the efforts to create and maintain a unique online youth community nationwide. Here at the AYN, we are interested in serving our Aboriginal youth community across Canada.

As more and more of our youth get online, the AYN is working to ensure there is a place in cyberspace where we can connect, make friends, access information, exchange ideas, ideals, values, beliefs and above all, our cultures and traditions.

We strive to provide a virtual community where you come and hang out, meet new friends, get the goods you need on health, education, employment opportunities, as well as the latest news and events across Indian Country!

AMMSA's Aboriginal Scholarship/Bursary Guide

The Aboriginal Multi-Media Society has an extensive listing of scholarships and bursaries. The listing is not limited to aboriginal only awards. In addition to general listings and listings by school, the site also has scholarship search tips. 

Career Edge

Career Edge is a national, not-for-profit organization whose mandate is to enhance youth employability. The program is aimed at graduates of university, college and high school who have finished their education but who lack career-related work experience.

By completing a six-, nine-, or twelve-month paid internship in one of the program's Host Organizations, the Interns gain the skills and experience they need to become more marketable in the workplace.

Environmental Youth Corp

The Environmental Youth Corp. (EYC) is designed to create a six to twelve month window-of-opportunity for post-secondary graduates under the age of 30. These individuals are either unemployed or underemployed and are seeking to gain experience in either a national or international environmental project.