This July, Six Nations Polytechnic will co-host the World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education with Tap Resources. Expected to attract over 3,000 Indigenous educators from around the world, WIPCE is the largest gathering of its kind.
The AQ professional development program is for teachers in Ontario possessing a Certificate of Qualification/Ontario Teacher’s Certificate with the Ontario College of Teachers. This program contains courses that enhance a teacher's professional practice in the areas of instruction, curriculum development and leadership.
Deyohahá:ge: is dedicated to bringing together two streams of consciousness – the ancestral Indigenous knowledge with the best of modern academic knowledge – in order to advance the overall well-being of all peoples.
At Six Nations Polytechnic learners of diverse backgrounds experience an inclusive learning environment where they gain the knowledge and skills needed to be self-sufficient, educated and employable while learning about Haudenosaunee culture, languages and traditions.
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Student Services and Information
There are a number of financial aid options available for Indigenous and non-Indigenous students at Six Nations Polytechnic.
The Brantford and Six Nations campuses have a variety of facilities and services at your disposal, like classrooms, labs, event spaces and more.
We’ve partnered with Places4Students to offer housing in and around the City of Brantford. All student services on the website are free and include rental property listing searches, student sublets, roommate profiles and more.