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NWAC'S NAP: BUILDING SKILLS & CREATING OPPORTUNITIES

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A National Apprenticeships Program created to connect small and medium sized businesses with Indigenous apprentices

Developed by the Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC), with funding from the Government of Canada’s Apprenticeship Service, the National Apprenticeships Program (NAP) connects businesses with Indigenous women, Two Spirit, transgender, and gender-diverse people seeking apprenticeships in the skilled trades.

Why use NWAC’s NAP?

  • Get access to an exclusive job board to post and/or apply for apprenticeship positions
  • Receive a $10,000 grant incentive per position, up to $20,000 annually, to hire first-year Red Seal Apprentices
  • Find apprenticeship opportunities with businesses that prioritize diversity and inclusion
  • Build economic resiliency in underserved communities
A young Indigenous Navajo woman, working with a teacher in an automotive shop class at a high school.

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