Lightning Trail 2017

Lightning Trail

Lighting Trail invites Indigenous students aged 13 – 18 to experience college life and participate in energetic and inspiring traditional activities led by Elders. Students will increase their self-esteem and develop leadership skills as they focus on Indigenous culture and explore post-secondary programs. All at no cost!
Activities

Throughout the week, many exciting events are planned. Some of these include:

  • The Sacred Fire
  • Drum Teaching
  • NISH Olympics
  • 7 Grandfather Teachings
  • Medicine Wheel
  • Residential Wiring
  • Emergency Services
  • Welding
  • Mechanical/Civil Engineering
  • Health Sciences

Registration Package and Handbook

Download the Registration Package (PDF, 8.7MB)

Complete the package and email it to: lightningtrail@northern.on.ca or Fax: 705-235-7279

For more information, please contact:
705-235-3211 x2233

During Lightning Trail
These will be the primary numbers used and will be checked regularly.
Please leave a message and a response will be provided as soon as possible.
Residence Office: 705-235-6800 | After Hours: 705-288-5640

lightningtrail@northern.on.ca

Northern College Indigenous Council on Education

Applications and/or nominations are being sought for seats that have or will become available on the Northern College Indigenous Council on Education.

The mandate of the Northern College Indigenous Council on Education is to act as the formal expression of the ownership of the College by the First Nations and those who share that ancestry living in the region that the College serves. The Council works with the Board of Governors of Northern College through both the President and the Indigenous Representatives on the Board of Governors to develop the policies governing Indigenous programs and services offered through Northern College.

The Council is recruiting members who strongly believe in the importance of education and who want to assume a leadership role in Northern College to ensure that the educational needs of the Indigenous community are identified, addressed, evaluated, assessed and achieved.

If you or someone you know is interested in contributing to the success of your community college, please submit your name or nomination and resume by Friday, April 7, 2017:

The Secretary to the Indigenous Council
Northern College of Applied Arts and Technology
P.O. Box 3211, Timmins, ON    P4N 8R6

Street Address: Highway 101 East, South Porcupine, Ont. P0N 1H0

or by FAX:  705/235-7117 or e-mail:  gagaink@northern.on.ca

For further information, call Kathy Gagain at 705-235-7208.