Reporting to the CEO, the Indigenous Endowment Program Advisor will help to develop and implement an endowment program of bursaries and awards for Indigenous students at post-secondary institutions in Canada. This is a 6 month contract, part-time position. You must have access to your own phone and computer in order to perform this role.

Responsibilities include:

  • Coordinating and running small focus group sessions to gather community feedback to help develop the endowment program
  • Researching opportunities for establishing bursaries and awards with Canadian post-secondary institutions
  • Helping to develop the branding for the endowment program
  • Liaising with Canadian post-secondary institutions to set up bursaries and awards for Indigenous students


  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • High level of accountability, dependability, and follow-through
  • Comfortable working independently with little supervision
  • Ability to handle confidential information with discretion

The following are not requirements for the role but are considered assets:

  • Self-identify as First Nations, Métis, or Inuit
  • Lived experience and/or formal education on Indigenous rights and the history and contemporary realities of Indigenous Peoples
  • Knowledge of Canadian post-secondary institutions and bursary/award systems and processes
  • Experience with branding and promotion
  • Experience with organizing and/or facilitating focus groups

Hours: Between 30-80 hours per month. Hours can be conducted remotely anywhere in Canada, though preference may be given to candidates in Alberta.

Compensation: $22-$40 per hour depending on experience.

Only applicants who submit a letter of interest along with their resume to will be considered for the position. Applicants who self-identify as First Nations, Métis, or Inuit and meet the other competencies of the job will be given first consideration in the hiring process.

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

We would like to thank everyone for their application; however, only those being considered for an interview will be contacted.

Call for Artists & Ambassadors – SHADES







‘SHADES – Elevating Melanated Voices’ is a new project by Humainologie intended to address underrepresentation and misrepresentation of Black, Indigenous and People of Colour (BIPOC).

We are inviting submissions of interest to be part of SHADES.

Artist (1-2)

You would create artistic portraits of each of the SHADES Ambassadors for exhibit. Applicants must identify as BIPOC, be based in Calgary, and be able to share a link to sample work that can be viewed online.

Ambassador (4-6)

You would be profiled via three short films shared on social media, as well as through other social media engagement to take place in 2021. Applicants must identify as BIPOC, be based in Calgary, be willing to take part in up to 12 hours of filming, and be open to sharing parts of their personal story.

Members of the LGBTG2S+ community and women are encouraged to apply for all opportunities. Please contact us at if you have any questions. To apply, you must complete the online form below. Submissions will be considered on a rolling basis. Ambassadors will receive an honorarium. Artists will receive an artist fee.

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