Kikandaaswiwin Mookiisin Connects With You

We work with students, communities, business and industry

Since its creation, in partnership with the Actua network, the KM Indigenous STEAM Program has been connecting students, communities, businesses and industries from its home at Canadore College’s First Peoples’ Centre in North Bay. Our goal is to set students on the path to academic and career success through Indigenous STEAM-based learning programs and exposure to futures in high-demand STEAM fields.

Do you belong to a school or community organization that’s interested in engaging youth to learn how STEAM can be a part of their future? Contact us [link to Tammy’s email]

Are you an educator or administrator and are interested in having your Indigenous students discover more about post-secondary education at Canadore College? The KM Indigenous STEAM Program is part of Canadore’s annual Kendaaswin Day. Students visit the campus and attend workshops to explore their future. Contact us [link Tammy’s email]

Is your business looking to provide internship or other employment opportunities to Indigenous students interested in STEAM fields? Would you like to become a mentor to a student? Do you have ideas on training and sponsorship? Contact us [link to Patty’s email]

Are you a student looking for resources on a future in one of the STEAM fields but don’t know where to start? We’re here to help. Contact us [link to Tammy’s email]

We would love to hear from you!

For more information on the Kikandaaswiwin Mookiisin (KM)
Indigenous STEAM Program, please call or email:

Tammy Dokis
Indigenous STEAM Coordinator,
First Peoples’ Centre, Canadore College
705-474-7600 ext. 5263
tammy.cayerdokis@canadorecollege.ca

For more information on Kikandaaswiwin Mookiisin Indigenous STEAM business partnerships, please call or email:

Patty Chabbert
Business and Indigenous Relations Manager
First Peoples’ Centre, Canadore College
705-474-7600 ext. 5196
patricia.chabbert@canadorecollege.ca

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