FNTI COVID-19 Considerations
(March 12, 2020) FNTI has been monitoring the outbreak of COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus. Late yesterday, the World Health Organization characterized COVID-19 as a controllable pandemic.
To date, there are still a limited number of confirmed cases in Canada. Public health officials maintain that the risk to Canadians as low for the general population but this could change rapidly.
For anyone travelling abroad, the Canadian Public Health Agency has issued travel health notices for some countries and jurisdictions. Please
March 12, 2020
FNTI Board of Directors - Volunteer Opportunity
FNTI BOARD OF DIRECTORS – VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY
The FNTI Board of Directors is seeking members who are passionate about Indigenous post-secondary education. You are invited to submit a letter of intent, a resume and three references if you:
- Are a community focused person who values Indigenous culture and knowledge
- Wish to work collaboratively with regard to overall governance of FNTI
- Have a background in education, training, finance, governance, communications or community volunteerism; and are over the age of 18
Please send your expressions of interest
March 3, 2020
FNTI President Receives Prestigious Leadership Award
November 23, 2019
(Toronto, Ont.) -- First Nations Technical Institute president, Suzanne Katsi’tsiarihshion Brant, was awarded a 2019 Bryden Alumni Award from York University last night.
Brant was selected as the recipient for the Tentanda Via category award for her demonstrated innovative, unconventional and daring leadership and success, which reflects the university’s motto, ‘The Way
November 22, 2019