Jobs Relevant to a Degree in First Nations Studies
Whether you’re a current student or a recent graduate, the 1st step to finding a job relevant to your Frist Nations Studies degree is to identify relevant occupational fields. The 2nd step is to apply for jobs. Below you can accomplish both tasks!
How Are These Jobs Relevant to My Degree?
The jobs we’ve chosen are related to your degree in one of two ways:
1. The subject matter of the degree is related to the occupational field
2. The skills you’ll need to be an effective employee can be gained in a First Nations Studies degree program
Job Vacancies in First Nations Studies
So, without further adieu, here is what you’ve been waiting for:
Aboriginal Housing Advocate Jobs
Community Education Officer Jobs
Community Involvement Animator Jobs
Cultural Affairs Officer Jobs
Election Officer Jobs
Field Service Agent Jobs
First Nations Education Coordinator Jobs
Government Researcher Jobs
Governmental Program Agent Jobs
Human Rights Coordinator Jobs
Multicultural Liaison Officer Jobs
Museum Curator Jobs
Political Researcher Jobs
Public Relations Specialist Jobs
Social Worker Jobs
Vocational Rehabilitation Coordinator Jobs
First Nations Studies Degree Career Path Guide
Want to know more about where your degree in First Nations Studies can take you? Browse our First Nations careers guide for detailed occupational information on career paths relevant to this degree.
We’ve included are job descriptions, expected salaries, educational requirements and other pertinent information related to these careers. We’ve also included First Nations studies-specific scholarships to help you pay for school!