2017 EDUCATION DIRECTORY

2017 EDUCATION DIRECTORY

 

This Education guide is now available online so that readers and institutions can easily access the information. Also, institutions can now provide updates at any time during the year by completing the Education Guide Survey and submitting to SAY. In this way, changes and additions can be made on an on-going basis and when it is convenient.

The material in the attached Directory comes from counselors dealing with Native/Indigenous students. SAY asked the counselors what information is most requested by Native/Indigenous students and those questions are asked in the survey sent to institutions.

This will give a better understanding on the programs/services offered by the schools listed in the Directory, making it easier to find a good fit for students when choosing an institution to attend.

For further information and a full description of the programs/services offered, always review the institution’s website as there are constant changes. You will discover much information that the SAY Guide could not provide.
Although SAY Magazine has made every attempt to ensure material in the Guide is correct, this is not a comprehensive listing and SAY Magazine is not responsible for any errors or omissions.


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Institution Name

Submitter Name

Faculty

Title

Email (required)

1. Our institution offers a Native degree course. If yes, indicate the name of the program below.

YesNo

2. Our institution accepts Native program credits from other educational institutions.

YesNo

3. Our institution offers a transition program to assist students with upgrading their skills.

YesNo

4. Our institution has a dedicated Native Student Center.

YesNo

5. Our institution employs a Native Student Counsellor.

YesNo

6. Our institution has an independent Native Student Association.

YesNo

7. Our institution offers a Native scholarship/bursary.

YesNo

8. Our institution has dedicated spots for Native children in our onsite daycare facility.

YesNo

9. Our institution provides information to students on local community services.

YesNo

10. Our institution provides emergency financial aid to students for housing and food.

YesNo

11. Our institution offers dedicated units for Native students in residence.

YesNo

12. Our institution hires a dedicated number of Native students for summer employment.

YesNo

13. Our institution offers Job Search assistance for Native students.

YesNo

14. Our institution has a formal agreement with tribes/bands regarding their students attending our institution.

YesNo

15. If I answered yes to #14, this agreement includes a section stating that our institution prepare its students for employment by providing training in the following areas (please select all that apply):

AcademiaSocial/interpersonal skillsCareer explorationThe importance of culture/environment of different workplaces.The culture/environment of our institution.

16. Our institution employs Native faculty.

YesNo

17. Our institution offers Native content in regular (non Native specific) programs.

YesNoSome

18. Our institution tracks employment statistics for graduates from Native programs.

YesNo
If yes, how long after graduation is this done:
No3 Months6 Months12 Months

19. Our institution tracks employment IN THEIR FIELD OF STUDY statistics for graduates from Native programs.

YesNo
If yes, how long after graduation is this done:
No3 Months6 Months12 Months

20. Our institution offers dedicated spots in high demand programs for Native students.

YesNo

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