New Opportunities: January 10

New Year, New Opportunities!

Stay up to date with the latest employment, funding, program and scholarship opportunities for Black, Indigenous and People Of Colour members of the community. Share these opportunities with family, friends and colleagues.

New Opportunities:

  • Tribe Network is currently filling 3 positions!

1) We are looking for a full-time, creative, culturally aware leader to join our early-stage organization as Marketing & Communications Lead. Apply here by January 14th, 2022!

2) We are seeking a full-time Startup Services Lead who is motivated to build systems from the ground up that will benefit Black, Indigenous and People of Colour pursuing entrepreneurship & innovation. Apply here by January 14th, 2022.

3) We are seeking a part-time IDEA Program Coordinator to oversee the implementation of an inaugural initiative that is creating more opportunities for Black, Indigenous and People of Colour (BIPOC) in Atlantic Canada to pursue entrepreneurship and innovation, policy, advocacy and research. Apply here by January 14th, 2022!

  • The Black Wellness Co-operative is seeking a Financial Administrator to support the leadership team and general operations. Applications will be accepted until January 21st apply here!

  • The Pringle Wilson Indigenous, Black, Communities of Colour Grant  is open and will provide funding to support mental health initiatives by groups and individuals of BIPOC communities to create and foster awareness for mental health supports. Learn more and apply here by January 24th!

  • The Emera Diversity, Inclusion & Equity Fund is a collaborative effort across Emera and its operating companies and is directly supporting programs and initiatives that advance and promote diversity, help to remove barriers and support education and awareness. You can learn more and submit an application for funding here.

  • Black Girls Gather is accepting applications for their Entrepreneurship Pathway. This year’s theme “Launch It and Grow It!” aims to provide participants the tools, resources and networks they need to turn hide hustles into successful start-ups and small businesses the tools they need to attain sustainable , debt-free growth. Learn more and apply here.

  • The Canadian Race Relation Foundation has launched it’s Anti-Racism Fund to support organizations who combat racism, promote events and education, and are building a more anti-racist society. Applications are being accepted until January 28th.