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Anishinabek Educational Institute
Post-Secondary Education

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  • Operates as an Aboriginal-owned and controlled post-secondary institution which provides post secondary programs/services and training programs to meet the educational and cultural needs of Anishinabek members
  • Enhances, organizes and coordinates the delivery of post secondary educational programs that support Anishinabek culture
  • Establishes protocols and partnerships with existing post secondary institutions and Anishinabek communities
  • Partners with accredited Ontario Colleges for delivery of targeted programs on a full-time basis
Programs include the following delivery options:
  • Community-based (either on-campus or combination delivery)
  • Combination delivery (two week in-class sessions twice per semester alternating with a five-six week return to the community while still maintaining a full-time program workload)
  • On-campus (requires students to participate in-class on a full-time daily basis during each semester)
Certificate and diploma programs include:
  • Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
  • First Nation Child Welfare Advocate
  • Native Community Worker: Traditional Aboriginal Healing Methods
  • Native Early Childhood Education
  • Personal Support Worker
  • Practical Nursing
  • Pre-Health Sciences
  • Social Service Worker
Student support services can include:
  • Advice and counselling on educational issues, career choices, personal growth and life skills coaching
  • Assistance for post-secondary students to apply for bursaries, awards and other financial support
  • Cultural teachings
  • Individual student counselling
  • Intervention and advocacy services
  • Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) assistance to determine student credits from prior learning
  • Tutoring and Peer Support
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Other campuses include:
  • Fort William Campus, 300 Anemki Place, Suite A, Fort William First Nation, ON P7J 1H9; ph 807-623-8887 or toll-free 1-877-409-6850 fax 807-623-7351
  • Munsee-Delaware Campus, 533 Thomigo Road, Muncey, ON N0L 1Y0; ph 519-289-0777 or toll-free 1-800-441-5904 fax 519-289-0379
Hours of Operation
Mon-Fri 8:30 am-12 noon, 1 pm-4:30 pm
Eligibility
  • Focus is for members of Anishinabek heritage/communities but programs open to all
  • Mature students accepted (Ontario Secondary School Diploma not required)
  • No cost to apply
Application Process
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Program - Tuition for post-secondary programs
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Fully Accessible
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(50) Non Profit
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211 Ontario North
Last Updated On
November 5, 2019

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