The Mentorship Network
The Mentorship Network supports First Nation to First Nation learning and mentor and mentee relationships in order to facilitate the exchange of knowledge and experience between communities across the province. The Mentorship Network’s aim is to provide learning, training and networking opportunities for band administrators, elected leaders, community planning champions and other First Nation workers to support and learn from one another.
FNPSS regularly hosts webinars that feature speakers on topics of current interest and relevance to BC First Nations administrators and leaders. These online sessions are based on First Nation to First Nation learning and are a key element of the FNPSS Mentorship Network.
Coaching Circles provide opportunities to gather virtually as communities of practice on a regular basis to learn and share in an informal group setting. With a specialist leading the discussion, these free drop-in sessions are a great place to pose questions and discuss progress, challenges, and ideas.
To join a future coaching circle for administrators, elected leaders and community planners, please contact email@example.com. For coaching circles related to Human Resource (HR) Management, Records and Information Management (RIM), or Policy Development, visit our MTA Coaching circles page and sign up to receive our newsletter to receive notifications of upcoming Circles.
The First Nations Administrators Network Facebook Group is an online group of people working in and/or supporting administration in BC First Nations. It is a great place to post questions and resources and learn about upcoming opportunities of interest.