Mentorship Network for Comprehensive Community Planners

Comprehensive community planning (CCP) is a form of holistic, community-driven planning that covers all aspects of community and lays out a vision and goals for the long term. This inclusive, long-term planning process involves research and analysis, as well as meaningful community engagement.

FNPSS recognizes the importance of supporting those working as CCP coordinators in their communities by providing learning, training and networking opportunities, as well as one-on-one mentorship support and regular opportunities to connect as a group.

You can learn more about CCP Mentorship at www.comprehensivecommunityplanning.org.

BC CCP CoP

The Comprehensive Community Planning (CCP) Community of Practice is a free monthly drop-in session for CCP coordinators, community-based CCP committee members, and CCP mentors to gather, skill-build, celebrate successes, and problem-solve challenges about their CCP planning processes together through Nation-to-Nation relationships.

The BC CCP Community of Practice is a great way to get to know other CCP practitioners and hear stories of how different First Nations are approaching their CCP work. Each CCP Community of Practice session has a theme and includes time for a check-in, a short training session related to the monthly theme, and time for small group conversations in breakout rooms.

Visit the Events Calendar to find out when the next BC CCP Community of Practice is scheduled.

If you are interested in becoming a CCP mentor or mentee or have questions about the Mentorship Network, please contact mentorship@fnps.ca.

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Congratulations to the 11 graduates of the first ever FNPSS Foundations of First Nations Administration course. The BC First Nation senior administrators spent 7 weeks meeting 3 times a week on Zoom and completed the program with a week of in-person learning and networking.

“I enjoyed the ability to share stories with others who are in the same position and going through the same things. It is good to know we are not alone.”

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If you have a meaningful project or role for an intern within your First Nations community or organization and you are able to supervise their progress, please contact Michaela Delong at MDeLong@fnps.ca.

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Expression of Interests are being sought for fall, winter and spring 2022/2023 First Nations community and Indigenous organization intern placements.

If you have a meaningful project or role for an intern within your First Nations community or organization and you are able to supervise their progress, please contact Michaela Delong at MDeLong@fnps.ca. 

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