Dollard Ward Pic Mobert First Nation Crew leader in training, Outland Youth Employment Program Dream Job: Miner, Welder, or Firefighter Dollard said he enjoyed meeting youth and travelling the most during his Green Job experience in 2021. He also managed other Outland Youth Employment Program participants and did some planting. In 2021, he was unsure of his future career, but he wants to be either a miner, a welder, or a firefighter. Dollard plans to go to college to learn…
Keetan Gagnon Arrow Land First Nation Participant, Outland Youth Employment Program Dream Job: Unsure As an Outland Youth Employment Program participant in 2021, Keetan did bush work.
Cassandra Bananish Long Lake #58 First Nation Crew leader in training, Outland Youth Employment Program Dream Job: Arborist, Urban Forester, or Silviculturist On an average day in Cassandra’s Green Job in 2021, she woke up other Outland Youth Employment Program participants, made sure they were where they needed to be, and monitored their work. Her favourite part of work was being outside and developing her skills, however. In 2021, she was enrolled in Collège La Cité to study forest technology.…
Brice Koostachin Fort Severn First Nation Participant, Outland Youth Employment Program Dream Job: Military Chef The best part of Brice’s Green Job in 2021 was meeting new people, but they also did bush work and completed training. They hope to become a military chef in the future and plan to go to culinary school. Brice’s advice to other young adults is that if people don’t believe in you, you have to believe in yourself.
Kiarra Keeskitay Eabametoong First Nation Participant, Outland Youth Employment Program Dream Job: Unsure Kiarra’s daily duties included bush work and training, but being out on the land is what made her Green Job the most enjoyable in 2021. She’s unsure of what her future holds, but she knows she wants a career that allows her to spend time outside.
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