'To Leave Footprints Behind that Our Children will be Proud to Walk In"
Jodie Ware, Supervisor of Education
Direct Line: (250) 750-6848
Cell: (250) 614-3713
"Together we do our best to ensure quality service and that we find the best possible answer and/or opportunities available."
The Post-Secondary Student Support Program provides funding for McLeod Lake Indian Band eligible members attending Post Secondary Institutions. Please keep in mind that this is funding for post-secondary sponsorship only. The minimum length of sponsorship cannot be less than eight months.
Only completed applications received by the deadline dates will be considered for the current intake; those received late will be considered early applications for the next intake.
There are three (3) levels of program study that are eligible for Post Secondary Education Program funding with a specified number of available months of sponsorship from the Band. Applicant's enrolment plans must correspond to one of the following three (3) levels:
A student can only access each level once during their lifetime utilizing AANDC dollars. You cannot go backwards. Anything not AANDC eligible will be considered 'other' dollars. These monies are very limited and dependent on availability of other funds each fiscal year beginning April 1st.
For your application to be considered complete, the following must accompany your application:
Application Deadline Dates:
Please fill out and complete the Post Secondary Application form and mail,email or fax it to:
McLeod Lake Indian Band
ATTENTION: Education Department
McLeod Lake BC V0J 2G0
or fax it to: (250) 750-4420
MLIB Education Assistance Applications eligibility includes MLIB eligible members (on and off) and status aboriginal students residing on MLIB lands. The assistance may include effort incentives, attendance incentives, tuition and/or school fees. Applications are accepted annually between the months of August until September 30. Complete applications forms only are accepted.
This program is for ages 5-18 only. No alternate programs are accepted, must be a provincial recognized school. In order to access Grade 12 Incentive Program, a letter from the school must be received after April 1st, detailing that the student does meet Certificate of Graduation, not adult dogwood.
The tutoring support program supports school aged (elementary and high school) MLIB members who need assistance to fulfill the Ministry of Education learning outcomes, prepare for provincial exams, and maintain the academic requirements to enter a post-secondary institution. Please submit a written request to the MLIB Education Department for more information. If needed, please put in writing first to the Department, either by email or fax and what the request is for.