Activities are participant generated and a broad range (financial, math, reading)of free literacy tutoring is provided.
The program is innovative, grassroots, and flexible enough to meet clients where they are at. Program structure, outcomes, and goals are different for each participant depending on their need. While the small group size allows us to offer individual education plans in a group setting, the focus for all participants is parenting, budgeting, nutrition, lifestyle choices and literacy.
Transportation to and from provided by Saikâ€™uz First Nation drivers, and two First Nations women hired as co-coordinators.
Creative learning and crafting sessions.
Dreaming a Dream: Many participants donâ€™t believe it is possible for them to have a better life. Using scrapbooking, individuals develop a dream, break it into goals, turn goals into steps.
Craft Sale Table â€“ creation of goods, marketing, entrepreneurship, confidence building
Self-esteem building through creative expression (Moccasin Making, Shoulder Bags, Scrapbooking)