Seven Generations Education Institute delivers accredited post-secondary programming at our campuses throughout Treaty Three. Learners study with SGEI in their own community and graduate with a degree, diploma or certificate from an accredited affiliate college or university.
We offer programming on a full-time or part-time basis and can deliver programming in First Nations communities upon request. See below for a complete list of our current post-secondary programs.
COVID-19 UPDATE:During campus closures, SGEI is continuing to accept and process all post-secondary applications. Please email Program Coordinators with any questions. Please note that all September programs are scheduled to continue unless otherwise stated.
Fort Frances & Kenora
This self-paced degree program is designed to acquaint students with a broad range of courses in the social sciences and humanities. Students can pursue a general BA degree or specialize in Indigenous learning.
Fort Frances & Kenora (Online delivery)
This part-time program allows working professionals to pursue a certificate in Human Resources one evening per week. The next course, Organizational Behaviour, starts July 6, 2020.
Fort Frances, Kenora & Sioux Lookout
Become an active member of an interprofessional health care team that meets the needs of society while maximizing health care outcomes through communication, health promotion and health protection strategies.
This hands-on program allows students to gain the practical skills to enter the growing construction industry. Learn to operate the tools of the trade, construct wood frame structures, and much more.
Learn skills related to accounting, human resources, marketing, economics, law, project management and more in this dynamic and rewarding program.
Specialize in helping children, youth and families improve their lives. Students will receive training in areas including counselling, addictions, sexuality, recreation, mental health and special needs.
Students in this activity-based program will be prepared for a career working with young children. Students will have the opportunity to gain real-life experience during field placements.
Students will learn to perform the full range of esthetic treatments available in salons and spas. Students gain real-life experience in our student-run community spa.
Students will be able to service a diverse cultural people, successfully operate a salon, enhance work performance and further career opportunities, while keeping pace with changing industry trends.
Become fluent in the language of health and medicine in this one-semester, part-time program. Graduates can expect to work as ward clerks, receptionists or office assistants in hospitals, physician’s offices, insurance or health maintenance organizations or other healthcare facilities.
Prepare for frontline practice as a mental health professional in social and health agencies in this highly collaborative and experiential program. Specific topics include interviewing and counselling, crisis intervention, and recovery strategies.
Gain hands-on skills to work as an industrial mechanic or millwright. Gain experience in blueprint reading, systems troubleshooting, shop equipment and other skills required for an industrial environment.
Become a leader in your community. Work closely with and learn about policing agencies in your area. Graduates from this program will learn topics including sociology, social services, ethics, forensics and more.
In this dynamic program, you will gain the practical hands-on skills needed to weld various types of metals using top-of-the line equipment found in industrial workplaces.
Fort Frances & Kenora
Build the diverse skillset needed to succeed in healthcare and emergency management with a focus on medical theory and techniques, social and communications skills, critical thinking and effective decision-making.
Ask a Coordinator
Complete the below form to request more information from an SGEI post-secondary program coordinator.