The Young Mother’s program
Alicia and her son were a part of the Young Mothers program at Rossbrook House. Alicia’s son is her inspiration for wanting to build a brighter future, not only for her own child, but for other inner-city children.
Alicia says that she appreciated the connection with other moms and the activities. She said she was reminded about self-care, and that when she took care of herself, she was able to be a better mom!
We are pleased to have been an important part of Alicia’s past and wish her a bright future!
In the fall of 2022, Alicia enrolled in the Carpentry Training Program with Clan Mothers Healing Village. The courses covered in this program will be certified with Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology.
Alicia’s goal is to work with a newly created Clan Mothers Carpentry Crew to create housing in the community and to inspire other young women to work in skilled trades.
We are pleased to award Alicia a Henderson Scholarship.
Read more about the 2022 Scholarship Celebrations here.
The Gikendaaso Scholarship
In 2019, Alicia received the Gikendaaso Scholarship.
Alicia Spence has been attending the University of Manitoba Inner City Social Work program, Bachelor of Social Work, since September of 2019.
The Sister Bernadette O’Reilly Scholarship
In September of 2020, Alicia enrolled in online classes at the University of Winnipeg in the Bachelor of Education program. We’re thrilled to award Alicia the Sister Bernadette O’Reilly scholarship for 2020.
You can view the online ceremony here.