Thompson Citizen: A group of aboriginal and northern youth have graduated from the MKO Resource Rangers program at Egg Lake in northern Manitoba, readied by the industry-based training program for careers in Manitoba's natural resource sectors.
It aims to prepare aboriginal youth aged 15 to 18 for employment and careers in forestry, mining, hydro energy, conservation and other Northern Manitoba natural resource sectors. Comprising classroom training and hands-on work experience, the Resource Rangers program is five weeks long delivered through partners including MKO, industrial employers, the provincial government, the home communities of participants and the Frontier School Division. Students who complete the program may be eligible for high school credits through the Frontier School Division.
" /> Thompson Citizen: A group of aboriginal and northern youth have graduated from the MKO Resource Rangers program at Egg Lake in northern Manitoba, readied by the industry-based training program for careers in Manitoba's natural resource sectors.
It aims to prepare aboriginal youth aged 15 to 18 for employment and careers in forestry, mining, hydro energy, conservation and other Northern Manitoba natural resource sectors. Comprising classroom training and hands-on work experience, the Resource Rangers program is five weeks long delivered through partners including MKO, industrial employers, the provincial government, the home communities of participants and the Frontier School Division. Students who complete the program may be eligible for high school credits through the Frontier School Division.
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Twenty-one “Resource Rangers” graduate in Manitoba

Thompson Citizen: A group of aboriginal and northern youth have graduated from the MKO Resource Rangers program at Egg Lake in northern Manitoba, readied by the industry-based training program for careers in Manitoba’s natural resource sectors.

It aims to prepare aboriginal youth aged 15 to 18 for employment and careers in forestry, mining, hydro energy, conservation and other Northern Manitoba natural resource sectors. Comprising classroom training and hands-on work experience, the Resource Rangers program is five weeks long delivered through partners including MKO, industrial employers, the provincial government, the home communities of participants and the Frontier School Division. Students who complete the program may be eligible for high school credits through the Frontier School Division.

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