Program benefits future Aboriginal business owners

The Tecumseh Centre for Aboriginal Research and Education is encouraging Aboriginal adults to participate in an upcoming program in Woodville, Ont.

Twenty spaces are available for the Canadian Aboriginal Arts and Communications (CAAC) Business Studio program, which promotes skills for employment and self-employment. Ten participants will attend for six weeks (from Jan. 10 to Feb. 18) while another 10 will attend another six weeks of sessions (from Feb. 21 to April 1).

Indian and Northern Affairs Canada is funding the project.

Through the CAAC Business Studio, participants can draw on their natural interests and talents to build skills and future entrepreneurial opportunities. The sessions will include producing promotional items and marketing materials, and client interaction.

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