What Can You Do with a FNIS Degree?

Wondering what you could do with an undergraduate degree or graduate training in First Nations and Indigenous Studies?  Here are just a few of the many options! FNIS staff and faculty can offer more details about these and other possibilities.

  • Community-based researcher
  • University-based researcher
  • Community development worker
  • Inter-governmental officer
  • Community-industry liaison
  • Community-university liaison
  • Cultural resource manager
  • Rural development officer
  • Art conservator/technician
  • Arts advocate
  • Multiculturalism educator
  • Impact assessment officer
  • Youth worker
  • Archaeological fieldworker
  • Cultural artifact specialist
  • Documentary writer/director/producer
  • Fundraiser
  • Employment equity officer
  • Public administration
  • Community services analyst
  • Community program co-ordinator
  • Tourism consultant
  • Public policy analyst
  • Media consultant
  • Student/academic advisor
  • Museum curator
  • Administrative assistant (Aboriginal Affairs)
  • Community services assistant
  • Indigenous education specialist
  • Community support worker
  • Arts and heritage advisor
  • Education resource specialist
  • Environmental assessment officer
  • Resource management specialist