|Faculty:||General Arts and Science|
|Field of Study:||Aboriginal Studies
|Description:||This one-year Ontario College Certificate, designed in collaboration with Indigenous communities, provides you with the opportunity to develop academic and career skills while exploring traditional knowledge and building a set of transferable skills. This program helps you to explore your abilities and interestes, determine your career options and learn in a post-secondary setting.
Unique program elements such as individualized program delivery and personal weekly coaching sessions build a circle of care to engage your interests and nurture self-confidence. You are invited to explore the College and the Ottawa community by taking part in learning activities on and around the campus and by participating in various field trips.
With courses in subjects such as math, computers, and communications along with courses that explore traditional Indigenous knowledge and ways of knowing, this program helps you to prepare for further post-secondary studies or to expand your readiness for employment. It represents and shares Indigenous valus that foster an inclusive, culturally meaningful approach to education and career options that connect your interests with your community.
As a graduate, you may apply for further post-secondary programs or apply for work that suits your knowledge, skills and abilities. Completion of this certificate confirms to potential employers that you are able to learn at a post-secondary level. Since career exploration and planning is a key component of this program, employment opportunities within your home community may be an outcome of coursework activities and community engagement.
|URL:||Pathways to Indigenous Empowerment – Preparation at Algonquin College|
|Cost per year:*||
For more information on costs, see our tuition and fees estimator at https://www.algonquincollege.com/ro/pay/fee-estimator/.