Digital Opportunity Trust (DOT) and the Assembly of Seven Generations (A7G) have partnered to create ReachUp! North, a localized program that transforms Indigenous young people into leaders of change in their communities though the power of technology and entrepreneurship.
ReachUp! North supports Indigenous youth as they take charge of their lives and balance the opportunities of the modern economy with traditional beliefs and culture.
DOT and A7G are grateful for the support from the City of Ottawa, the Tachane Foundation, the RBC Foundation and the Motorola Solutions Foundation.
The Assembly of Seven Generations (A7G) is an Indigenous youth-led organization investing in the futures of Indigenous young people. A7G uses Indigenous knowledge and teachings to promote and sustain the well-being of Mother Earth, our cultural heritage, and to empower young people as leaders in their community.
Harnessing the power of youth, ReachUp! North transforms Indigenous young people into leaders of change in their communities.
Digital Opportunity Trust (DOT) is a leading international social enterprise headquartered in Ottawa, Canada with local operations around the globe.
Harnessing the power of youth, DOT transforms young people into leaders of change as they facilitate technology, business, and entrepreneurial learning experiences for people in their own communities.
DOT's unique youth-led programs empower young people with the confidence to use technology for entrepreneurial, community, educational, and personal development.
Launched in 2002, DOT has mobilized the talent and energy of over 4,500 DOT Interns worldwide - a powerful force for change. The impact of DOT's programs has reached over 800,000 people in communities and schools around the world, helping them to develop both an entrepreneurial spirit and technology and business skills that will last a lifetime.