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FEDERAL STUDENT WORK EXPERIENCE PROGRAM


Treaty Annuity Payment Summer Jobs for Aboriginal Students

Government of Canada Jobs

Are you looking for an exciting and unique work experience opportunity this summer that would involve travel and working directly with First Nations? Well here is an opportunity for you! The Department of Indigenous Services Canada (DISC) has a number of opportunities for work as a Treaty Annuity Payment student this summer.

Typical tasks may include: 

  • corresponding and liaising with First Nations to obtain dates and time of Treaty Pay
  • corresponding and liaising with Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) to confirm attendance
  •  coordinating and making travel arrangements for volunteers
  •  travelling to First Nations communities (Note: Travel may require working some weekends and evenings and travel to remote communities)
  • distribution of Treaty Pay to First Nation members
  • reconciliation of Treaty Pay lists
  •  data input

Duration:

  • Full-time from April 30 to August 31, 2018

For full Job Description and inquiries:

Closing Date:

  • April 26, 2018
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SLPS Wall of Recognition Ribbon Cutting Ceremony


Assisting Students to achieve Personal Success & Academic Excellence

On February 22, 2013 the Wall of Recognition Ribbon Cutting Ceremony celebrated all post-secondary graduates and created more hope for our nation. It’s a testament to our successes as a nation, exercising our treaty right to education, and a presentation to encourage our youth to further their education.
For more information www.slps.ca

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SLPS Graduation Statistics Posted Online…”Living Project” given life


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We are so proud of our graduates present and past because of “Their Achievements”, our people and our community have benefited from their endeavours.

Ever since the signing of Treaty #6 in 1876, at Fort Carlton and Fort Pitt between Her Majesty the Queen and the Plains and Wood Cree Indians, our people have the opportunity to continue their education as we all shall so desire.  Even though our people came from a strong & proud Indigenous history, our formal educational path within our nation since treaty signing in 1876 began with the Canadian Governments implication of agricultural education, then brought us through a dark period of the residential school system.  However, in the 1980s Saddle Lake First Nations leadership made “Education” a priority to guarantee our peoples’ future and success while encouraging us to strengthen & maintain our connections to our culture, traditions, & language...GO to “Graduation Statistics” Page to read further…

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Alberta Aboriginal Training and Jobs: Transitional Themes


Have heard about our Facebook page, Alberta Aboriginal Training and Jobs (www.facebook.aboriginaltrainingjobs.com)  we will be launching a Transitional Theme series beginning on August 20th. The series will last for 4 weeks (August 20th – September 14th).

Every (work)day we will be making a few posts that will let our fans know about resources that can be useful for them when transitioning to urban centres. We have been working on collecting resources/web sites for the past few weeks. These include services, and supports from our GoA websites, Alberta Works locations, Federal and City websites, and various external websites, post secondary institutions, service providers, etc.

We are also very excited about using videos we have had made as part of the series!

We have 4 videos that explain a little about transitioning to an urban centre, how the resources found on our page can be helpful, and the videos feature a very popular Canadian Aboriginal action (these should get a lot of views)! We aim to post the first video the first week of September, hoping that more people will be checking Facebook at that time. We really want to promote this series, and take advantage of these videos for promoting what can be found on our page.

We would appreciate any support that can be provided by your area in promoting this series. This can be done through email contacts or on Facebook if you have access. Please let your contacts know to watch for this Transitional Series starting August 20th, as well as reminding them to check our page for more resources during this timeframe, and even sharing the videos when we post them.

Please let me know if you have any questions about this. Thanks,

Kimberly Bellerose-Williams,BA

Aboriginal Development Coordinator

ph: 780-422-0052 | fax: 780-638-3332 | email:kimberly.bellerose@gov.ab.ca

Aboriginal Development Branch

Employment Services Delivery Division

Alberta Human Services

7th Fl, Commerce Place

10155 – 102 Street

Edmonton, Alberta  T5J 4L6

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Graduation Project Update…


PROJECT IS A “LIVING DOCUMENT” ~ Updated Yearly

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We still have over 600 potential credentials needing your attention

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If you are an Aboriginal Affairs & Northern Development Canada classified Full Status 6(1) (a) TREATY MEMBER from Saddle Lake Cree Nation and completed Post Secondary program(s), we are requesting a copy of your credentials to strengthen post secondary initiatives for future generations.

Please go to Saddle Lake Post Secondary Grad Project for more information & download an application today, this includes all credentials past & present…

The Saddle Lake Post Secondary Grad Project has been approved by both the Saddle Lake Chief & Council and the Saddle Lake Education Authority to assist the Post Secondary Program in updating current graduation lists.  It will also attest to the Saddle Lake First Nation’s successful administration of its Post Secondary Education Program since their take-over in 1986.

In addition, SLPS is in the process of creating a Wall of Recognition of all our SLPS Post Secondary Graduates to honor their accomplishments, create Community Pride, & encourage our future generations to follow their dreams.

Official Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Tentative Date waiting for Approval @ 10 AM

Manitou Kihew Complex Foyer

Saddle Lake Cree Nation

Treaty # 6 Territory

Please see FROM the Desk of the GRAD PROJECT” for up-to-date information

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Aboriginal Human Resource Council


Date:  May 1 – 3, 2012     Location: Westin Hotel, 10135-100 Street • Edmonton, AB

 

REGISTER TODAY

Deadline:FEBRUARY 29, 2012

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ATTENTION POST-SECONDARY GRADS!

Apply here for the National Aboriginal Recruitment Fair

Inclusion Works ’11 Grad Video Interviews

Check out what happened at Inclusion Works ‘11watch the video

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ATTENTION POST SENDONDARY STUDENTS

Canada’s Biggest Indigenous Inclusion Event and Recruitment Fair…

…a few years ago, our former Saddle Lake Post Secondary Student, Darlene Coulliard received sponsorship to attend from the Aboriginal Human Resource Council ~ so can you, so apply TODAY!

REGISTER TODAY

Deadline:FEBRUARY 29, 2012

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PORTAGE COLLEGE PRACTICAL NURSE


Portage College, Cold Lake Campus is hosting a Practical Nurse Information Night on February 01, 2012 from 1:00 – 7:00 pm.  If you are interested in receiving more information please call Portage College at 1-866-623-5551.