In partnership with accredited Ontario Colleges.


The Nipissing campus is located approximately 5 kms west of North Bay, Ontario at the Union of Ontario Indians head office on the Nipissing First Nation.

Fort William

The Fort William campus is located outside the city of Thunder Bay, Ontario and offers combination delivery, community based delivery as well as on-campus delivery.


The Munsee-Delaware campus is located approximately 40 kms west of London, Ontario. This campus offers on-campus delivery as well as community based delivery.

Native Community Worker

This program emphasizes traditional healing methods by providing students with the unique opportunity to develop self-awareness and the mental and spiritual healing so often needed by care givers.

Early Childhood Education

This program provides students with the opportunity to develop the knowledge and skills needed to organize and maintain a safe and stimulating learning environment, which ensures the total development of the young child.

Personal Support Worker

This program will appeal to students with a genuine interest in caring for the elderly and physically challenged persons of any age. They need both, patience and maturity as well as strong communication skills.

Fall 2017

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Winter 2018

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Delivery Options

Community Based

Community based delivery programs can either be delivered as on-campus or combination delivery. .

Combination Delivery

Students are required to attend intensive two week in-class sessions twice per semester alternating with a five to six week return to their community while still maintaining a full-time program workload.

On-Campus Delivery

Programs are delivered at one of our campuses or at a partnering community. On-campus delivery requires students to participate in-class on a full-time daily basis during each semester.


  • Joscelyn Jamieson – Native Early Childhood Education graduate
    My name is Joscelyn Jamieson and I am a graduate of the Native Early Childhood Education program. I am from Beausoleil First Nation. I found out about this program while I was employed as the Education Coordinator in my community. I applied to Anishinabek Educational Institute in February 2014. I had spent 5 years working in the daycare in my community and then went out and worked in different areas but no other job was as rewarding as working in the ECE field. I really enjoyed the course content and method of delivery, as it allowed me to go to school as well as work to provide for my children. I liked the small class setting as it provided an opportunity to work closely with the instructors. It has been great to meet some lovely ladies who shared the same goals and ambitions.
    Joscelyn Jamieson – Native Early Childhood Education graduate

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