Lisa Mirasty is in her last year of her Social Work Degree. Her goal when finishing her degree is to work with the youth in schools or child welfare. Lisa plans to give back to her community and work in La Ronge for at least five years before exploring other opportunities. Lisa knows from personal experience the struggles our community faces, she plans on using this knowledge to her advantage to help make a difference in an adolescent’s life. Lisa has volunteered at schools, in the community, and also during the evacuation. Lisa has been described as an asset to the community.
Meagan Ratt is in her second year of her Business Administration Degree. Meagan first started her educational journey with a goal of getting her Business Admin Diploma, after finishing her first year of studies she has been encouraged to obtain her degree, thus maximizing her funding with the Post-Secondary Student Support Program. Meagan has worked for the education department for the past two summers, she has always gone above and beyond what was expected of her. She has been described as a fast learner, leader, role model, and very well organized.
Caitlyn Bird is in her third year Bachelor of Arts Degree. Caitlyn’s goal after completing her Degree is to become a journalist or a researcher. Caitlyn has passions for writing, helping others, spreading awareness, and finding solutions to various issues. Caitlyn was on the high school volleyball team and she would volunteer at fundraising events held by the school.
For more info on LLRIB Scholarships, go to – LLRIB – INCENTIVES AND SCHOLARSHIPS
Shaylene Marinuk is in her second year Bachelor of Commerce and is a single mom of one. Her goal after finishing her degree is to open a retail store for youth in the north, she believes this will also help the north economically. Shaylene volunteers at the local hospital for meals on wheels (delivering hot meals to elders), she has also volunteered at the national aboriginal day festivities.
Megan Morin is in her last year of her Bachelor of Arts- Majoring in Indigenous Studies. Megan is a single mom of two boys, she has always lived on the reserve in her home community of La Ronge. Megan’s long term goal is to give back to her community by working with youth in the schools or at the Jonas Roberts Memorial Community Center. Megan’s two boys play hockey, so when there is sporting events happening Megan is there volunteering her time.
Susan Moosewaypayo is in her third year of Bachelor of Science Nursing. Susan has chosen her career path because of her personal experiences as a child to adulthood. She wishes to exceed the normal expectations of care given by a nurse to a patient as it was given to her during her frequent hospital stays. Susan has been described as a natural leader and role model not only to her class but for the north.
For more info on LLRIB Scholarships, go to – LLRIB – INCENTIVES AND SCHOLARSHIPS
Click Link to Print/View – LLRIB Off Reserve Registration
ELIGIBILITY FOR OFF RESERVE STUDENT SUPPLIES FUNDS
– MUST BE REGISTERED WITH MEMBERSHIP AS LLRIB OFF RESERVE
– ONLY THOSE WHO LIVE OUT OF TOWN WILL BE ELIGIBLE FOR FUNDS
– OUT OF PROVINCE STUDENTS WILL NOT BE ELIGIBLE
– A FORM FROM LLRIB NEEDS TO BE FILLED OUT AND FAXED WITH A LETTER FROM THE SCHOOL PRINCIPAL/RECEPTIONIST STATING THAT THE CHILD OR CHILDREN HAVE BEEN REGISTERED FOR THE SCHOOL YEAR AND FAXED TO (306)425 5559. DO NOT FAX REGISTRATION FORMS AS THEY WILL BE IGNORED.
– MUST HAVE PHYSICAL ADDRESS ON THE LLRIB FORM
– ONLY CHILDREN IN GRADES ONE TO GRADE TWELVE WILL BE ELIGIBLE; WITH THE ACCEPTANCE OF YOUNG ADULTS ENROLLED FULL TIME IN A REGULAR HIGH SCHOOL
– $100 PER STUDENT
– THERE WILL BE NO MORE DIRECT DEPOSITS, ALL CHEQUES WILL BE MAILED TO THE RECIPIENT(S)
Time, and locations (Saskatoon Pending) for orientations.
Skype/Facetime – I (Leona Cook) will be available Friday August 11, 2017, as well as the following Week August 15th- 17th. Please let me know what time and day works for you so I may write it down. (make sure you have a copy of the 2017-2018 Students handbook ready)
La Ronge Orientation
Location: Senator Myles Venne School
Date: August 14th, 2017
Time: 9 am- 12 pm
Prince Albert Orientation
Location: First Nations University Northern Campus 1301 Central Avenue. Room 100 (Main Floor)
Date: Monday August 28th, 2017
Location: Gordon Oaks Red Bear Student Center (Still waiting for confirmation)
Date: August 29th,2017
Time: 1:00-3:00pm (Still Waiting for confirmation)
A few other notes:
My summer student assistant has been working hard to contact students who still have outstanding documents so that we may send the sponsorship memos. We still need a few students Grade 12 marks, Acceptance letters (not conditionally accepted), or their Previous semester marks.
The child tax document is not needed for the sponsorship memo’s, however it is needed to determine living allowance rate, without it we will have to issue the single rate.
If you have any other questions, my contact information is below my signature.
Box 399 Air Ronge, SK
Click Link to Print or Download Registration Form – Registration-Form-2017
The deadline has been extended to July 21, 2017
1. Fill out Registration & Release Form
2. Write a 1 page Essay on “What are your goals for the future and how do you think this camp will contribute to you achieving those goals?”
Mail or Fax copies to:
School of Business and Public Administration
First Nations University of Canada
1 First Nations Way
Regina, Saskatchewan S4S 7K2
Attention:Aboriginal students in grade 11/12We need you!AFOA Canada and PotashCorp are looking for 3 Ambassadors to represent the views of Canada’s Aboriginal Youth at AFOA Canada’s Inaugural International Conference
APPLY NOW! DEADLINE IS FRIDAY JUNE 30, 2017
For more information download the PDF with the application form – HERE
Click Link to Print – Job Posting For Camp Cook
Creating a Healthy nutrition meal plan for camp attendees
Making a shopping list and buying groceries (while staying in budget)
Responsible for preparing all meals
Monitor the safety and sanitary levels of kitchen/work space to ensure the food is prepared in a clean and safe environment
Cleaning up work station
Other duties assigned by supervisor
Duration of employment-
June 28th – July 21st 2017
Able to work at the Youth Haven Monday-Friday and stay overnight
Keep a clean cooking environment
Must be able to cook in a camp environment
Having experience with cooking for groups is an asset
Must be able to meal plan and budget
Must be able to work with children
Criminal record and vulnerable sector check will be required
Deadline for applications is: June 23nd 2017
Apply with resume at the Lac La Ronge Indian Band Office – Education Department, through fax or email. Also for any further information or questions contact:
Phone: (306) 425-5350
Fax: (306) 425-2667
EDUCATION, EMPLOYMENT & TRAINING
Click Link to Print – Education Authority Poster
General Agenda for all Communities – Traditional Meals Provided
EA Working Group
Larry Ahenakew, Director of Education
Gladys Christiansen, Executive Director
Sam Roberts, Councillor – Education Portfolio
Monty Verhulst, Education Authority Consultant
Walter McKenzie, Nihithow Awasis School Principal
Sallie McLeod, Director of Education Stanley Mission
If you have any questions, there are contact numbers on the poster.
Click Link to Print – 2016 ECC HEALTH CAREERS SCHOLARSHIP
Click Link to Print – ECC Health Careers Scholarship Fund – Application Form
1) Scholarships are provided for the academic year that begins in the fall term (September) of the year of the application.
2) Applicants must provide the following supporting documentation with their application form:
Proof of Membership – all applicants must provide a photocopy of both the front and back of the valid LLRIB Treaty card.
A Letter of Personal Introduction to the Elder Catherine Charles Health Careers Scholarship Fund Committee (minimum of 500 words, maximum of 1,000 words) that includes the following:
Tell us about where you were born, grew up and about your family & community.
State your reason for choosing your field of study.
Demonstrate your contribution and involvement in the community. Preference will be given to
individuals showing commitment to the community.
Letter of Reference from an Instructor.
Letter of Reference from a Community Elder.
Confirmation of Enrolment – Confirmation of enrolment can be provided through a letter from the Registrar’s Office or Faculty Head that clearly states you are registered as a full-time student in current year of study.
Original Official Transcript of your most recent marks or record of studies. Minimum average of 70%.