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Project Lead for National Aboriginal Mentoring Initiative

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Location: Ottawa, Ontario Seeking an energetic and enthusiastic Project Lead for CyberWolves, a web-based mentoring initiative for First Nations, Inuit and Métis students in Grades 7 and 8.  Classrooms of students will be matched with a team of four mentors … Continue reading

Employment Opportunity, Case Worker (Child and Youth Worker) Initial Assignment: Child, Youth and Family Program

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Position Description: The Child, Youth and Family Program is currently recruiting a casual Caseworker (Child and Youth Worker). Reporting to the Program Manager, and as a member of inter-professional team you will work with complex children with behavioural, emotional or … Continue reading

York U Awarded $400,000 To Support Aboriginal Students

// // Posted in Education, News

York University will receive $400,000 from Ontario’s Ministry of Training, Colleges & Universities (MTCU) to help recruit and expand services for aboriginal learners.Read more>>

Aboriginal students get a helping hand

// // Posted in Education, News

Aboriginal students with financial needs at Canadore College and Nipissing University will benefit from a $1-million bursary program, as well as increased support services.Read more>>

Local teen heading west to work with First Nations people in B.C.

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Given a choice to go overseas to help those in need or stay closer to home, Kaitlyn Schneider decided to volunteer in British Columbia.Read more>>

N.B. introduces fund for aboriginal post-secondary education

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New Brunswick announced Wednesday that it will invest more than $1 million to assist natives in the province pursue post-secondary education.Read more>>

UdeM hopes to recruit more Aboriginal students

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Officials from the Université de Moncton say they want to use their unique opportunity to offer as many provincial First Nations as possible a quality French post-secondary education.Read more>>

Scholarship encourages aboriginal writers

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Shelly Cook has been chosen as the first recipient of the John W. Dafoe Free Press scholarship for aboriginal students.Read more>>

Aboriginal achievement spikes across province

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Course results for aboriginal students were on the rise in many subjects here and across B.C., according to the latest Ministry of Education statistic s.Read more>>

Aboriginal initiatives program committee to aid retention, recruitment of aboriginal staff and faculty

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U of T has worked to establish a strong relationship with the aboriginal community and now a new aboriginal initiatives program committee expects to further engage community members.Read more>>

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