‘To Leave Footprints Behind that Our Children will be Proud to Walk In”
McLeod Lake, BC V0J 2G0
The Education Team comprises of:
|Education Director||Jodie Wareemail@example.com||
|Employment & Training Coordinator||Rachael Weberfirstname.lastname@example.org||
|Education Coach||Brenda MacDonaldemail@example.com||
|Daycare Supervisor||Crystal Lakefirstname.lastname@example.org||
|Early Childhood Educator||Letitia Woytkiwemail@example.com||
|Youth Worker 1||Destiny Ketlo (Interim)||firstname.lastname@example.org||
|Youth Worker 2||Roderick Solonas (Interim)||email@example.com||
The Education Department of the McLeod Lake Indian Band is committed to helping MLIB members to achieve their educational goals and aspirations through the delivery of quality educational programs and services. It supports students attending a wide variety of educational institutions in the Canada. The Department sees education as being the key to the Nation achieving its goals of employment and a quality standard of living for all members. The Education Department is responsible for providing educational services to the McLeod Lake Indian Band membership (on and off reserve) and to community members. These services are intended to address the educational needs of our kindergarten to grade twelve children, post-secondary students, and adults engaged in improving their employability in the workforce.
The program aims to improve the employability of McLeod Lake Indian Band by providing funding to access education and skills development opportunities at the post-secondary level.
Eligible post-secondary levels include:
The program is administered by McLeod Lake Indian Band Education Department whom administers the funding and selection criteria in accordance with national guidelines and our own local operating policy. ISC provides funding for this program as part of core funding agreements with Indigenous governments and organizations.
Eligible costs covered by the program may include tuition, books, travel support and living allowances.
Students must complete and submit the McLeod Lake Indian Band’s Post-Secondary Application Form in Appendix A (available on the website), including all supporting documentation, to the Education Department by the deadline:
If a student misses this deadline, their application is automatically deferred to the next available session. In order to qualify for summer sessions, a student must be approved for funding and successfully complete one school year
Students can apply through the McLeod Lake Indian Band Education Department for the following types of support:
In addition to meeting all the application, reporting, security and record keeping requirements involved, the Education Department is continuously involved in exploring new educational opportunities as they emerge and cultivating new partnerships to help achieve the present and future educational needs of the McLeod Lake Indian Band membership and community.
The Education Department provides a variety of services to assist our eligible students from kindergarten to grade 12.
These services include:
Any other questions or inquiries, please do not hesitate to contact us! We want to hear from you and hope you enjoy the programs :D