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  • Title: Welcome to the new Yellowquill.org
    Descriptive info: .. Specializing in Aboriginal Education and Training.. Home.. News.. Events.. About.. Vision, Mission and Values Statements.. History.. Funding.. Board of Directors.. Employment Opportunities.. Programs.. Business Certificate.. Certified Aboriginal Financial Manager Certificate and Diploma.. Aboriginal Business Management and Entrepreneurship Diploma (New).. Chronic Disease Prevention Program (not offered in 2014-15 year).. Community Diabetes Prevention Worker Certificate (not offered in 2014-15 year).. Community Health Worker Program Certificate/Diploma (Modular).. First Nation Child and Family Services Worker Diploma.. First Nation Community Management Diploma (Modular).. First Nation Management and Administration.. Mature Grade 12 Diploma.. Professional Development Workshops.. Workshops.. Admission.. Admission Requirements.. Refund Policy.. Online Application.. Photos.. Contact.. Links.. 1.. 2.. 3.. 4.. Welcome to the new Yellowquill.. org.. As Yellowquill's Director, I extend to you a warm welcome on behalf of everyone at our college.. If you've had the opportunity to browse through our website, I'm sure you will agree that Yellowquill is a college unlike any other - a special place where students have an opportunity to pursue  ...   First Nation Communities in Manitoba and across Canada.. Without their continued partnership and support, Yellowquill would not be possible.. In closing, I invite you to find out more about our college and our programs.. Speak to a guidance counselor at your school, talk to one of our graduates in your community or, best of all, come down to our campus and visit us in person.. I'm positive that after you've been able to do your homework on us, we will see you soon in one of our classrooms.. Miigwetch!.. Doreen Beauchamp.. Upcoming Events.. Jun 16, 2014.. Summer Session CAFM Accounting Course ».. Yellowquill College is offering Financial Accounting 2 over the summer.. In class dates are June 16.. May 22, 2014.. Seeking Yellowquill College Alumni ».. Did Yellowquill College make a difference in your life? Yes? Now how would you like to make a.. 480 Madison Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3J 1J1, Canada.. Email:.. administration@yellowquill.. Phone:.. 204-953-2800.. Fax:.. 204-953-2810.. 2011 Yellowquill College.. All rights Reseved..

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  • Title: News
    Descriptive info: Apr 22, 2014.. Seeking Yellowquill College Alumni.. Did Yellowquill College make a difference in your life? Yes? Now how would you like to make a difference in Yellowquill s life? Yellowquill College is forming an Alumni Association, and we.. Read-more.. Dec 09, 2013.. Space available in some programs.. There is space available in some post-secondary programs (full-time and modular) as well as the Mature Grade 12 program.. Call for more information (204-9563-2800)..

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  • Title: Events
    Descriptive info: Summer Session CAFM Accounting Course.. In class dates are June 16-20, July 21-25, and August 18-22.. For futher information, contact the college at (204)953-2800 and.. Did Yellowquill College make a difference in your life? Yes? Now how would you like to make a difference in Yellowquill rsquo;s life? Yellowquill College is forming an Alumni Association, and we..

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  • Title: About Yellowquill College
    Descriptive info: About Yellowquill College.. The education of Native people is both the right and the responsibility of Native people.. Native people are capable of determining their own educational needs and planning courses of study to meet these needs.. Native people have the leadership and knowledge needed to implement and maintain an effective post-secondary institution.. The Dakota Ojibway Tribal Council has accepted the obligation of administrating the funds provided by the government of Canada for the education of adult Native people.. Education and training are an integral part of the process of Indian self-government and economic and social development..

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  • Title: Vision, Mission and Values Statements
    Descriptive info: Mission Statement:.. Mandated and established in 1984 by the Dakota Ojibway Tribal Council, Yellowquill College embraces all learners and provides holistic education and training.. The college encompasses a team of dedicated and supportive professionals guiding our learners to achieve excellence and success in education, employment and economic development.. Vision Statement:.. Yellowquill College is a First Nation accredited educaional institute of excellence, preparing and advocating for students to meet the needs of the 21st century and  ...   : To cherish knowledge is to know wisdom.. Love.. : To know peace is to know love.. Respect.. : To honor all creation is to have respect.. Courage.. : Listen to your heart, it takes courage to do what is right.. Honesty.. : Honest in facing a situation is to be brave.. Humility.. : Humility is to know yourself as a sacred part of creation.. Truth.. : Truth is to know all of these things..

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  • Title: History
    Descriptive info: In its 22 year history, Yellowquill College has always been a place of exciting opportunities.. Our graduates have used the quality education they have received at Yellowquill as a springboard to promising employment.. When we call or visit First Nation and Aboriginal communities and organizations, we feel a sense of pride in the great work our graduates are doing.. Yellowquill College was founded by the Dakota Ojibway Tribal Council in 1984 as a physical manifestation of the belief of Indian Control of Indian Education.. Those visionary leaders saw that a better future was possible through a First Nation-owned and operated post-secondary institute.. On October 1, 1984, the College opened in the newly renovated residential school on Crescent Road West in Portage la Prairie on 45 acres of Long  ...   as the Board of Directors for Yellowquill College.. The College is incorporated both federally and provincially and is a non-profit organization.. The College, which opened with sixteen students, has had over 950 graduates in a variety of programs.. The College and University Entrance Preparation Programs (UCEP) has prepared hundred of students for studies at the post-secondary level, whether it is at Yellowquill or another post-secondary institution.. Training, including the Pre-Electrical, Clerical, Small Business Management, Secretarial, Office Technology, Child Care, Native Economic Development, Business Administration and Administrative Assistant programs has prepared students directly for the workforce.. Community literacy and upgrading programs have provided needed basic skills to students in several First Nation communities.. Professional development and work related training has enriched the skills of many First Nation and Aboriginal employees..

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  • Title: Funding
    Descriptive info: Since 1984, Yellowquill College has operated with the same small base grant from Indian Northern Affairs Canada, which provides approximately 27% of the total college operating budget.. The Province of Manitoba provides approximately 16% of the total college budget to deliver a Mature 12 program.. This means that  ...   tuition.. For any program offered and delivered in First Nation communities or in other Aboriginal organizations or other towns or cities, the tuition must cover 100% of the operating costs.. The College does not receive any other grants for resources, curriculum development, administrative or management costs, or technology upgrades..

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  • Title: Board of Directors
    Descriptive info: Chief Ken Henry,.. Roseau River First Nation.. Chief Francine Meeches,.. Swan Lake First Nation (Chairperson/President).. Chief Russell Beaulieu,.. Sandy Bay First Nation.. Chief Nelson Kelly Bunn,.. Birdtail Sioux FIrst Nation (Vice-Chairman).. Chief Dennis Meeches,.. Long Plain First Nation (Secretary/Treasurer).. Chief Melville Wabash,.. Waywayseecappo First Nation..

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  • Title: Employment Opportunities
    Descriptive info: April 22, 2014.. INSTRUCTORS.. Yellowquill College is currently seeking instructors for the Mature Grade 12 Program in Bloodvein First Nation.. Teachable subjects include: 9, 11 and 12 Math; 10, 11 and 12 English; 12 FNMI and 12 Family Studies.. This position is to start August 18, 2014.. Bloodvein is 210 kilometres north of Winnipeg on the east shore of Lake Winnipeg, directly north of the Bloodvein River.. There is a 3,000 foot gravel airstrip maintained in the community.. A winter road is used during the winter months.. A ferry/barge service is operated by the Marine Division of the Department of Highways.. The ferry/barge is used during the summer months.. Applicants must possess a Manitoba Teaching Certificate and experience workign with Aboriginal adults is preferred.. A letter of application, resume and three references may be emailed or faxed to:.. The Director.. Yellowquill College..  ...   road during the winter months.. It is 268 air kilometres northeast of Winnipeg, on the shores of Family Lake near the Manitoba/Ontario border.. Applicants must possess a Manitoba Teaching Certificate and experience working with Aboriginal adults is preferred.. September 12, 2012.. INSTRUCTOR.. Yellowquill College is currently seeking part-time instructors for the First Nation Child and Family Services diploma program.. Interested candidates may email their resumes to the Director, Ms.. Doreen Beachamp, at.. Yellowquill College is accepting applications from qualified instructors for their modular programs in 2013-14 academic year.. These are casual contract teaching positions which run for one week during a month.. Applicants with a background and teaching experience in any of the following programs.. (First Nation Community Health Worker; Community Diabetes Prevention Worker; Chronic Disease Prevention; and First Nation Community Management Program).. are invited to send their resume, with references to:.. Doreen@yellowquill..

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  • Title: Programs
    Descriptive info: Aboriginal Business Management and Entrepreneurship Diploma.. (NEW).. Chronic Disease Prevention Program.. (not offered in the 2013-14 year).. Community Health Worker Program Diploma.. Community Diabetes Prevention Worker Certificate.. (not offered in 2013-14 year).. First Nation Community Management Diploma.. First Nation Management and Administration Diploma.. Admission.. Admission Application.. CAFM Modular Admission.. CAFM Modular Admission Application 2014-2015.. CAFM Modular Schedule 2014-2015..

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  • Title: Business Certificate
    Descriptive info: Program Description.. This one-year certificate program offers students the opportunity to acquire a solid foundation in the skills they need to function successfully in today s demanding business environment.. Students develop a working knowledge of both manual.. accounting.. procedures and computer accounting systems.. Courses in business communication and law provide the students with necessary practical knowledge.. The broad nature of the program prepares  ...   become entrepreneurs, or work in the financial departments in business, industry, and public administration.. Graduates also find employment in banks and trust companies, First Nation organizations, and accounting firms.. Courses.. Accounting Fundamentals.. Accounting Systems (Simply Accounting).. Introduction to Business.. Communications.. Computer Applications (Microsoft Office).. Law.. Aboriginal History.. Marketing.. Senior 4 or equivalent standing, or.. Mature student with a combination of education and experience..

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