GINU Mentors Our Youth
Over the summer, Gespe’gewa’gi Institute of Natural Understanding (GINU) hosted two students. We were honored to mentor our youth and contribute to their career development. We hired Listuguj youth, Lashawnee Myo and Ayden Barnaby to work with our knowledgeable research department, during a seven-week period. This week we will share Ayden’s thoughts on working at GINU.
“Working at GINU taught me about a balanced eco system and the way we could help it. I learned about electro fishing and collected bugs to see what the fish were eating. I helped scraped rocks to see what the bugs were eating. It was a fun learning experience. My favorite part of working at GINU was the people I met. I think this job could help me in the future with school and possibly a job.”