Posted on March 20, 2018 by Anika Guthrie
Mary Oskineegish Education Director with the Nibinamik Immersion program describes the program for JK to Grade 2.
The Nibinamik Immersion program has been running for 13 years in this community for students in JK to Grade 2. Education Director, Mary Oskineegish explains the use of land-based learning and the goals of the program.
Posted on by Jeremiah Sharpe
ENGAP works to encourage pre-university students to enagage in the sciences. Their metrics of success are not quantified just on graduation rates.
The Engineering Access Program (ENGAP) offers assistance for Indigenous persons engaged in university studies in Engineering. ENGAP offers an array of academic, social, and personal to meet the needs of its students. ENGAP has also expanded its mandate to include publication of a series of books focused on various forms of Indigenous technologies, intended to increase its outreach.
Posted on by Kelsey Pagacz
Cultural program for Thunder Bay students and youth focusing on nurturing all aspects of being.
Nurturing mind, body, spirit and emotion through mentorship, role modeling, and cultural teachings for Thunder Bay students and youth. Programs include: In-school student support, after-school programs, lunch and snack programs. See Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Biwaaseaa/