TRU offers a variety of programs develop and delivered with Indigenous people. The School of Trades & Technology hosts many degrees and programs including Building Capacity & Community Through Construction Trades and Waste & Wastewater Treatment certificates which demonstrates TRU’s ongoing commitment to Indigenous education through meaningful and responsive programming development and delivery.
Panel Interview with the different program leads from Thompson Rivers University (TRU)
Chief Atahm School provides immersion schooling (early childhood to grade 4) for the community.
Splatsin Tsm7aksaltn (Splatsin Teaching Centre) Society teaches the way it used to be; and allows for learning in our own ways. In a family style, home-like setting, the language and culture is woven throughout the programming to revitalize use in the community and inspire pride and understanding of who we are as Splatsin people. Comprehensive […]
Neskonlith Education Center offers high school programming, adult education, and culture & language classes. NEC is working to integrate language & culture into all class programming, while encouraging an understanding that learning is often cyclical and is a lifelong journey. Success in the program is defined by individuals and they are supported to achieve completion […]
Thompson Rivers University (TRU) is a postsecondary institution in Kamloops, B.C. that offers research opportunities, programs and certificates designed specifically to support and engage Indigenous communities. TRU offers a variety of programs develop and delivered with Indigenous people. Coyote Brings Food From the Upper World is one example of how TRU demonstrates ongoing commitment to […]
TRU offers a variety of programs develop and delivered with Indigenous people. Knowledge Makers is one way TRU demonstrates ongoing commitment to Indigenous education through meaningful and responsive programming development and delivery.
Chief Atahm School offers ECE and immersion classes for children up to grade 4. The Secwepemc Ka Language Nest focuses on full immersion for children from 6 months to 4 years old. Language classes are offered for students in the community in-person and online. Some language classes are provided to students grade 5 and up. […]
Métis specific programming of child and family services provided to community members in Kamloops and Merritt, B.C.
Supporting Aboriginal Graduate Enhancement (SAGE) is a peer-mentoring, inter-institutional initiative provided to graduate students across British Columbia. SAGE is hosted at the University of British Columbia in collaboration with Simon Fraser University and has “pods” at the University of Victoria, UBC Okanagan, University of Northern British Columbia, and University of Toronto. The goals of SAGE […]