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"That course and work placement was the best one in my entire program. I learned about a whole world I had never experienced before and it really opened my eyes. I have never had a meaningful conversation with an Indigenous person before this.”  Riley Black, Inner City Work Study participant

“It has been such a pleasure having Chelsea spend her time with us.  We really hope to have her stay within the Ndinawe family in the future.  Thank you so much for sending us one of your brightest and best!” Cory Gregorashuk, Talent Manager, Ndinawemaaganag Endaawaad

“It is up to every Canadian to be an ally in the journey to achieving both truth and reconciliation.” Kailey Bradco Inner City Work Study participant

“Working in a non-profit organization related to my area of study is incredibly exciting. I also wanted to participate in theis program for the intensive course dealing with issues related to reconciliation, decolonization and implementing the TRC Calls to Action tangibly in my city. My diverse ancestry consisting of Eastern European Mennonite and Anishinaabe, has fostered a unique lived understanding of cross cultural relationships and the need for building bridges.” Rachel Petkau Inner City Work Study participant

“Many cities in the US have an “urban peace corps,” but Inner-City Work Study, with its focus on reconciliation, is truly a made-in-Canada program bringing together suburban and inner-city youth.” Brian Mayes City Councillor