Saskatchewan Polytechnic News
Saskatchewan Polytechnic Indigenous Student Success Strategy launchCommunications and Marketing - June 18, 2018
June 19, 2018 - Situated on Treaty 4 and Treaty 6 territories, and Homeland of the Métis people, Saskatchewan Polytechnic is committed to enhancing the student experience and removing barriers to success through the renewal of relationships — miyo wahkohtowin — with our Indigenous communities. For Sask Polytech, this means we must integrate Indigenous ways of being, knowing, teaching and learning in everything we do.
Sask Polytech launches new Indigenous Student Success Strategy - miyo wahkohtowinCommunications and Marketing - June 18, 2018
Situated on Treaty 4 and Treaty 6 territories, and Homeland of the Métis people, Sask Polytech is committed to the renewal of relationships — miyo wahkohtowin — with our Indigenous communities. For Sask Polytech, this means we must integrate Indigenous ways of being, knowing, teaching and learning in everything we do.
Northwest Community College and Saskatchewan Polytechnic partnership brings Warehouse Worker program to Prince Rupert, BCCommunications and Marketing - June 6, 2018
June 6, 2018 –Northwest Community College (NWCC) and Saskatchewan Polytechnic instructors are working together to deliver the Warehouse Worker program through a blended classroom that includes two-way video conferencing and online training to Indigenous students in Prince Rupert. Students will be required to complete training activities online outside of the virtual classroom.
Confederation College and Saskatchewan Polytechnic partnership benefits Indigenous studentsCommunications and Marketing - May 25, 2018
May 24, 2018 – Confederation College and Saskatchewan Polytechnic are working together to build on each other’s practices in the field of Indigenous education, to build capacity and grow new initiatives in Indigenous research. They signed a letter of intent to work together over the next five years.
The REDress exhibit calls for reflection on missing and murdered Indigenous women and girlsCommunications and Marketing - May 16, 2018
Between April 23 and 28, Sask Polytech’s Moose Jaw campus featured a haunting display of nearly 30 red dresses, hung in both inside and outside, and ten banners with a total of 306 photos and stories of some of the missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.
Saskatchewan Polytechnic cultivates success through Indigenous nursing supportsCommunications and Marketing - May 9, 2018
Nursing is one of the most rewarding careers you can choose — it’s an opportunity to help others, improve health outcomes and creates a positive impact on the lives of many people. But, the road to get there can be challenging at times and combining cultural concepts of health and healing can cause some students unnecessary struggles. By providing Indigenous students with support and counselling services, Sask Polytech aims to address this barrier and ensure all students have an equal opportunity to achieve their educational and career goals.