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 Aboriginal Community Advocacy
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SchoolConfederation College
LocationThunder Bay, ON, Canada
School TypeCollege
School SizeFull-time Undergraduate: 3,400
DegreeDiploma
Honours
Co-op
Length2 Year(s)
Entry Grade (%)*
Prerequisites
  •  Grade12 English 
Prerequisites NotesApplicants are required to have: an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (or equivalent) with courses from the College (C), University (U), University/College (U/C), or Open (O) preparation levels with Grade 12 English (C/U) Level; or successful completion of the Mature Student Assessment; or successful completion of the General Education Development Test (GED); or appropriate credits from the Academic and Career Entrance program (ACE). Applicants not meeting these admission requirements are encouraged to consider the College Access or General Arts and Science Certificate or Diploma programs. Applicants may also want to consider our Academic and Career Entrance program . Students who successfully complete one of these programs would be eligible to apply to programs in the Indigenous Studies and Community Services areas.
Cost

This cost estimate is for Year 1 of the program. Please note that fees are estimated and are subject to change. Fees shown on this page are for full-time students attending the main Thunder Bay campus.

Scholarships
DescriptionConfederation College’s Aboriginal Community Advocacy program is for anyone who wants to be part of helping to create more just and equitable relationships. Centering Indigenous knowledge and ethics, the program focuses on Indigenous well-being and nationhood in order to develop creative and practical solutions for communities and relationships. Graduates will be prepared to engage in meaningful dialogue regarding Indigenous and Canadian relations – politically, socially and culturally – as well as initiate advocacy and community-based projects that contribute to truth and reconciliation.
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