Welcome to Kenjgewin Teg!
Miigwech to all who participated in our new framework for Kenjgewin Teg over Winter 2017! It was a great journey and building process. We are pleased with our result, and we are ready to share it with everyone who may be interested in what the future holds for Kenjgewin Teg - it is an exciting time for Indigenous education!
Save the Dates!
Summer Student - Employment Opportunity
Kenjgewin Teg is now recruiting for secondary and post-secondary students from July 4th to September 1st (8 weeks) for the following:
* Youth Ambassador Team Assistant (PS Student)
* Team Assistant (Two Students)
*IT Assistant (One Student)
Deadline to apply is: Wednesday, June 28th, 2016 at 12 noon. Click here for job posting information & how to apply!
Update: July 5. 2017:
- Enrollment now full for Youth Ambassador Program; interested students can be placed on waiting list
- Summer student employment positions now filled
You may still have time to apply!
Reminder! PSE Sponsorship Deadlines.
Student - be sure to contact your post secondary department and be sure to submit your application in advance of deadlines to avoid disappointment. Please contact us for assistance if needed.
What are Your Ideas for PSE Programs?
Community input is important in the programs we select and offer each year with our College and University partners. Always feel free to call us at KTEI to share your college and university program interests to continue enjoying the comforts of learning from Manitoulin Island...we value your thoughts and opinions! 705.377.4342
2017 Summer Students - we are hiring! Contact us for details
Did you know there are new OSAP Guidelines supporting grants for tuition fees? Don't let tuition stress be the reason you don't choose a post secondary program! We will be hosting an information session soon - details will be posted here.
To Suggest your Idea(s) for a Learning Seminar or General Interest Course, please call 705.377.4342 and ask for Beverley or Natasha
“The First Nation Student Success Program (FNSSP) is a proposal-driven program designed to support First Nation educators on reserve (Kindergarten to Grade 12) in their ongoing efforts to meet their students' needs and improve student and school results. The Program's overall objective is to improve the achievement of First Nation students on reserve by focusing on the priority areas of literacy, numeracy and student retention." To learn more about FNSSP, click here to more details on what we do!
KTEI/FNSSP Ontario Aggregate for Confident Learners Literacy Initiative, click here for more information.
To Learn more about Structural Readiness and what it means for First Nation communities, CLICK HERE
Updated: July 5, 2017