We are dedicated to empowering our community. Fort Chip is proud to offer post-secondary education funding, housing support, and social development programs to its citizens.
The application period for 2021-2022 is now open. For more information on our programs and how to complete an application, reach out!
To qualify for funding through one of our programs, you must be a recognized and current member of Fort Chip Métis.
For information regarding programs and services, please contact:
Fort Chip Local 125
Tel: (780) 697-3111
The fencing project is intended to provide members with added security and equity for their homes. The project provides all fencing materials to members at cost and covers the cost of shipping. Summer students and the maintenance supervisor are available to assist with construction, but the homeowner is responsible for a lead carpenter for the project. All fencing projects must be completed by October 2022.
Interested in becoming part of a qualified workforce that drives the future of industry? This exciting scholarship provides up to $1,500 for a person to attend post-secondary education. For more information on this program, or to obtain an application form, visit www.cnrl.com/careers/student-opportunities/scholarships.
Indspire is an organization providing financial support to First Nations, Inuit and Métis students. Since 2004, they have provided more than $115 million in financial support to more than 37,500 students! To see their full listing of support, click below.
NIB Trust is built to “help First Nations, Métis people and communities address the impacts of the Indian residential schools’ system and to support healing.” Individuals or groups can apply for grant funding, and they even have helpful people on staff to answer questions and guide you through the application process.