“What does self-government mean to me and to my community?”
Write a 900-1200 word essay to win $1000
Deadline for essays: September 13, 2019
CONTACT OUTREACH FOR THE RULES
The competition is open to SXTA members from one of our six communities aged 17 to 25. The applicant is not required to be university of college-bound; the scholarship money can be used for any type of advanced education. Previous winners and the immediate families of SXTA staff are not eligible to participate.
To print the registration form for the SXTA Youth Gathering, click this link below
SXTA Youth Gathering Registration Form 2019
The Sto:lo Xwexwilmexw Treaty Association is hosting an SXTA Youth tour of the University of British Columbia as well as the Museum of Anthropology! See the flyer for more details regarding this exciting event!
Deadline to register is March 21st, 2018.
Please note: This tour is open to SXTA youth only (Aitchelitz, Skowkale, Tzeachten, Yakweakwioose, Leq’a:mel and Skawahlook)
If you have any questions, feel free to contact Treaty Outreach!
SXTA Youth Forum 2018
The Outreach Team has been discussing ideas surrounding our Annual Youth Forum! The format of this forum may be different then the previous forums. We want to engage the youth and get them thinking about their futures, careers and let them know about the different potential of job positions in our Treaty. The youth is our future. Stay tuned for more information regarding an upcoming youth engagement opportunity!
Come and join the fun and see our SXTA booth at the Sto:lo Nation Children’s festival! The theme this year is Disney. This festival is 100% FREE for everyone! There will be fun activities for kids of all ages! You can register here (there is a chance to win a prize if you have pre-registered!):
We hope to see some friendly faces there!
Let us know the best way you want to learn about the SXTA Treaty. Youth forums, camp days, in class, field trips, or are there other ways? Let’s hear your thoughts!
Treaty means getting out from under the Indian Act. What are your thoughts?
Creating a better future for our youth and generations to come through the SXTA Treaty.