- Eligibility criteria:
– Be First Nations, Inuit or Métis aged 18 to 35
– Be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident living in Canada
– Have some industry experience and/or work experience in a related field. This can include working for a school/college or local newspaper and/or radio station, acting in a school/college or community theatre production, making a short film or other audio-visual project at school/college or in your own time and/or post-secondary education
– Agree not to participate in another initiative, or have inflexible commitments, that would prevent you from fully engaging in this program
- Type of funding: Training
- Target country: Canada
- Application language: English
The National Screen Institute (NSI) is inviting applications for the CBC New Indigenous Voices Training Program to build your career and learn the essential elements of working in film, TV and digital media. CBC New Indigenous Voices is a full-time, 14-week online training program for up to 10 Indigenous creators aged 18 to 35 to learn the essential elements of working in the film, TV and digital media industries.
The curriculum is designed with traditional and spiritual elements. Participants receive minimum wage throughout the entire program. Six places are guaranteed for applicants living in Manitoba and up to four places are available to applicants who live outside Manitoba. The 2022 edition will be delivered online. Students will each produce a podcast episode and participate in other hands-on projects.
See here to learn more and apply.
Organisation: National Screen Institute