To relieve and prevent unemployment among Aboriginal people in Winnipeg, and help them to achieve self-sufficiency by providing education and training, employment services, and support programs, such as counselling, daycare, and housing; and
To do all such things ancillary and incidental to the attainment of the above purpose.
Aboriginal people in Winnipeg have a future of increased economic prosperity and self-sufficiency.
> To provide quality adult education, post-secondary education, trades training, daycare facilities, and student transitional housing as needed.
> To provide employment and education services to approximately 2,400 people per year.
> To place an average of 800 people per year in successful employment.
> To train 500 people per year.
> To continue to meet or to exceed our vision, our mandate and our goals on a yearly basis.