Our Programs Partnerships and Networking (PartNet)
Partnerships and Networking (PartNet)
NEARC Inc. strongly believes in strategic partnerships and collaborations are the cornerstones of our progress. This helps to on our projects and resources. It will help coordinate activities and prevent duplication.
Collaboration provides exchange information and share experiences also helps expand organizational programs through building new ones or combining the existing programs and making them stronger. It is possible to lead to a wider set of resources and support tools that will make programs more reachable at lower costs.
Organizations cannot achieve their missions without building new alliances and partnerships. At NEARC Inc., we believe that collaboration is not about an option to choose, but a necessity to strengthen the efficiencies and effectiveness to tackle down of what we need to settle and generate a better impact for a better world. To achieve our vision, we plan to work with following partners other than Friends of NEARC.
We believe in the power of our partners, including individual volunteers, organizations and government supporters. Over the years, we have worked with a diverse range of stakeholders including:
- Local, provincial and federal governments
- National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation (NCTR)
- Southern Chief’s Office (SCO)
- Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak Inc. (MKO)
- Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs
- Schools, Colleges, and Universities
- Civil Society Organizations
NEARC is a member of Manitoba Association of Newcomer Serving Organizations (MANSO) and Youth Agencies Alliances (YAA). NEARC is also involved in various project specific alliances. In order to execute Indigenous youth related issues, we have formally partnered with Indigenous Leadership Development Institute (ILDI).
If you are interested to be partner in our specific program theme or be partner in achieving our long-term vision please mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org