Did you miss the Aboriginal Teacher Education Program application deadline last Friday, May 15th? Please note that the deadline has been moved to May 19th & 20th. You can still apply and follow the directions below.
You will be able to fill out your information online up until the payment portion. Once you have reached this blockade, please contact ATEP and USS via email at firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com and let them know your full name, Universtiy ID (if applicable) and application number (if applicable).
They will need to bump you application to allow your payment method to be processed. Once that have been finalized you will be able to log into your profile and upload the required documents as follows:
- Official and unofficial transcripts
- Letter of Intent
If you are asked which campus you want to apply for you will need to answer ‘yes’ to the ATEP question and then select the Community-Based Elementary Program and Blue Quills as the Partner Institution.
If you are being asked for a campus prior to that, you can pick North/Main Campus and then proceed. The ATEP questions should come up after that when you select Faculty of Education. The above was created by Angela Wolfe, MEd in order to assist those interested in applying for the program and who may not have the application fee handy.
Posted by Betty Ann Cardinal, Post Secondary Student Advisor on May 19, 2020.
If you are interested in finding out more about the programs that Portage College has to offer, please come and visit Sandra Merchant on March 10th, 2020 here at the complex. She will be offering testing as well. See you there.
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
- Full-time from April 30 to August 31, 2018
For full Job Description and inquiries:
What is the Aboriginal Internship Program?
The Aboriginal Intern Program is a 2 year program open to post secondary graduates who have an interest in working for the Alberta government and possess a good knowledge of Aboriginal initiatives, people, communities, and culture.
The program will offer graduates work experience, professional development, and the opportunity to work with an Aboriginal community partner.
Internships are available in the departments of:
- Aboriginal Relations
- Jobs, Skills, Training and Labour
- Innovation and Advanced Education
- Treasury Board and Finance
- Environment and Sustainable Resource Development
- Chief Medical Officer (Alberta Health)
How does the program work?
Interns will spend the first year working in one of the participating ministries, followed by nine months of working with a community non-government partner, before returning to the ministry for the last 3 months.
Who is Eligible to Apply?
- Applicants must have graduated from an accredited university or college in the last 2 years
- Possessing knowledge of Aboriginal initiatives, communities, culture and people is an asset
Where can I find more information about the Alberta Aboriginal Internship Program?
Alberta Aboriginal Internship Program
Information above has been received by the Aboriginal Relations website: “click here to be directed to their website”
Aboriginal Student Discovery Day
FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 2015
Aboriginal Student Discovery Day is a full day event where student will have an opportunity to:
- Learn about the U of A Undergraduate Programs, Admission Requirements, Housing, Student Services, International Opportunities, as well as next steps for applying.
- Discuss University life with current undergraduate students.
- Speak with faculty and services representatives.
- Tour Lister Centre Residence and the University of Alberta North Campus
- Meet new friends from other schools or communities
- Win great prizes!
With over 200 undergraduate programs, 450 student groups, and a number of activities and services on campus, there is so much for you to discover at the University of Alberta.
TIME: 10:00 – 3:00. REGISTRATION: 9:30. LOCATION: Maple Leaf Room, Lister Centre (116 St and 87 Ave, Edmonton, AB)