SHEKOLI |

“Welcome” in the Oneida Nation language

AANII |

“Welcome” in the Ojibway Nation language

SEKOH |

“Welcome” in the Mohawk Nation language

LUNAAPEEW |

“I am glad to see you” in the Kwiinga-neewul Nation language

LENAPE |

“Welcome! I am glad you all came” in the Nulelìntàm èli paèkw Nation language

ANNII |

“Welcome” in the Ojibway Mississaugas of the New Credit Nation language

TANISI |

“Welcome” in the Cree Nation language

BOOZHOO |

“Welcome” in the Ojibway Nation language

WOTZIYE |

“Welcome” in the Dene Nation language

AINNGAI |

“Welcome” in the Inuktitut Nation language

KOUÉ |

“Welcome” in the Huron-Wendat Nation language

SGE:NO |

“Welcome” in the Cayuga Nation language

TAWNSHI |

“Hello” in the Metis Nation language

SKÄ:·NOÑH |

“Welcome” in the Onondaga Nation language

SE’KON |

“Welcome” in the Seneca Nation language

ČWÉ·'N |

“Welcome” in the Tuscarora Nation language

together we can grow, share and learn

 Training and Professional Development

The 7 Generations Gestational Diabetes Prevention Program
The 7 Generations Gestational Diabetes Prevention program offers a one day training to front line workers. Within that day they will receive an overview of what is gestational diabetes, risk factors, signs and symptoms, gestational glucose testing, CDA guidelines, treatment, complications, after care, early screening  and pre-gestational diabetes.  The workshop is holistic in that they look at the mind, body and spirit. Within the body; the focus is on nutrition and physical activity, mind; the focus is on education and self-care, spirit; the focus is on traditional teachings and traditional medicines. The front line workers will come away with information in regards to planning workshops for their clients who are at risk or who may have gestational diabetes. They are also provided with tool kits that can be given away to their clients.

If you are interesting in taking this training, please contact:
Georgia Baum at,  7generations@soadi.ca289-241-2998 or Toll free 1-888-514-1370

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Employment and Volunteering

 

Director, Human Rights and Dispute 
The Director, Human Rights and Dispute Resolution leads effective investigation and dispute resolution services, playing a central role in facilitating the resolution of concerns and complaints and investigating formal complaints, related to issues of discrimination, harassment, sexual harassment and sexual violence – ensuring the provision of timely advice and responses, with the goal of resolving concerns and complaints at the earliest possible stage.

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Integrated Database Administrator 
The worker is required to ensure all aspects of the database operations are effective, efficient and adhere to all applicable laws and regulations. This includes the organization, coordination and data analysis of the Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres' Integrated Database. 

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Research Associate
The Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres (OFIFC) is an award winning leader in culture-based management providing innovative research, policy, training and community development to 28 Friendship Centres and other urban Aboriginal service providers across Ontario. Located in downtown Toronto, the OFIFC engages all levels of government and mainstream agencies. 

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Administrative Assistant
The Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres (OFIFC) is an award winning leader in culture-based management providing innovative research, policy, training and community development to 28 Friendship Centres and other urban Indigenous service providers across Ontario. The responsibility of the adminstrative assistant is to provide administrative, clerical and reception support, as well as fulfill a wide range of office administration duties to ensure efficient day-to-day office operations.

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