Imaa Baawitigong, new Ojibwe children’s book, supports Language Revitalization and Land Acknowledgement Teachings
In light of school closures resulting from COVID-19, Connected North has launched Connected [email protected] to continue to serve students from our partner communities wherever possible. Connected North providers have now offered hundreds of sessions for students across our network to connect to museums, zoos, artists, storytellers and other amazing organizations to offer unique learning experiences while students are at home.View & Join Sessions View Recordings
The Future Pathways program builds relationships between Indigenous role models and high school students in the Connected North network to deliver advice, expertise and guidance. The program also offers two public resources, our Fireside Chats video series with Indigenous role models, and the Future Pathways Navigator, a web site to support student transitions from remote communities to post-secondary institutions. We invite you to explore these resources below, and thank RBC Foundation for their support in bringing these initiatives to life!Read the Blogs Watch Fireside Chat Videos Explore the Navigator (beta)
Building trust with students, educators and communities by demonstrating respect, humility and transparency in all that we do.
Connecting students with First Nations, Métis, Inuit and non-Indigenous role models to inspire hope and future pathways.
Delivering content that is relevant to the unique cultures, local contexts and priorities of each school.
Understanding that students' experiences within the classroom cannot be disconnected from their realities outside of the classroom including historical and social contexts.
Working with the unique strengths, challenges and learning goals for each school and letting them guide what success looks like.
Welcoming input from a range of sources on how we can best support participating students and educators.
Annick Tyers-Tonet & Terry Tonet
Barry & Laurie Green Family Charitable Trust
John & Nina Cassils
MacKinnon Family Charitable Fund
Peter & Catherine Clark Family Foundation
Pace Family Foundation
Sean St. John
Sheila du Toit
R. Howard Webster Foundation
Willa Black & Donald Jarvis
Ecosystem leader TakingITGlobal is a registered charity with the Canada Revenue Agency (866686991RR0001). Donations to the program can be made online or mailed to:
117 Peter Street, Suite 212
Did you know you can designate your Workplace United Way donation to support Connected North? Enter "Taking IT Global Youth Association" and charitable number 866686991RR0001 on your pledge form!
We can also accept gifts of securities! Would you like to discuss a donation? E-mail our Donor Relations Advisor Allison at [email protected].
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