Seven Generations Education Institute in the News
Former NHL player visits Seven Generations Education Institute to announce $125,000 donation
The Ted Nolan Foundation is providing the Indigenous Institutes Consortium with $125-thousand for a scholarship named after the former NHL player and coach’s mother Rose. The presentation was made at Seven Generations Education Institute’s Fort Frances campus when the Consortium was holding meetings.
SGEI grad and Anishinaabe chef heads SchoolBOX North Lunch Program for kids
SchoolBOX North is working to reduce the impacts of child poverty in the region with a new lunch program for Keewatin Patricia District School Board students in Wabauskang First Nation. Statistics from the Campaign 2000 movement show that roughly 35 per cent of all youth in the Kenora region currently live in poverty.
LU and Seven Generations Education Institute team up for nursing program
Lakehead University and Seven Generations Education Institute are partnering to deliver a nursing entry program aimed at increasing the number of Indigenous students in health disciplines. The All Nation Nurses Entry Program will launch this fall at Lakehead’s Thunder Bay campus and at SGEI’s Kenora, Fort Frances and Sioux Lookout campuses via telepresence technology, an advanced form of videoconferencing.