The Grand River Post Secondary Education Office is committed to aiding students with their educational goals. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact an education counsellor or stop in at the office.
Make sure to check the website frequently for any updates.
Six Nations Women
The Six Nations Women of the Grand River Project's main purpose is to
develop a community based plan that will assist the women of Six Nations
of the Grand River and Aboriginal women living within an hour radius of
Six Nations to become employed or self-employed. For more information on
the project and to learn how to become involved, please visit their
RBC Aboriginal Summer Internship
here to view information. Experience the challenges and
rewards of working in the financial services industry and gain
first-hand exposure to a variety of career options. Apply online
Aboriginal Recruitment Fair April 29 – May 1, 2013 Saskatoon, SK
Canada’s most dynamic career match between inclusive employers and
recent Aboriginal post-secondary grads (received post-secondary diploma,
degree or trade certification in 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 or in the spring
GRPSEO Student Information Night -click here for the Feb
5, 2014 presentation
OSAP 30% Tuition Grant
More than 300,000 Ontario students are eligible to receive the 30% Tuition
grant this year. For more information on eligibility/application
procedures, please see the Fact
The link for the application is: https://osap.gov.on.ca
Post Secondary MUMPS immunization catch-up program
Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care is recommending mumps
immunization for all postsecondary students in Ontario. Click here
for an important notice from the Ohsweken
Public Health Office.
Secure Certificate Of Indian Status Card (SCIS)
Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) have been working on a new
secure Certificate of Indian Status Card (SCIS) since 1999/2000. The
new SCIS card comes into effect of April 1, 2009 and INAC will start
issuing the card on that day. Click here for more information about
Certificate of Indian Status Card (SCIS).
Student Volunteers for Pan Am and Parapan Am Games
Ontario is making it easier for about 4,500 college and university
receive support through the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) to
volunteer for the 2015 Pan Am and Parapan Am Games.
and returning students who volunteer during the Games will not be
required to make a pre-study financial contribution, ensuring they can
receive more support through OSAP to account for the fact that they
volunteered instead of taking paid jobs during their summer break.
graduates who volunteer during the Games will be able to defer paying
their OSAP loan until one full year after completing full-time studies
providing an additional six months before interest is charged on the
loan and they are required to start repaying.
students contribute to the success of the Pan Am and Parapan Am Games is
part of the Ontario government's economic plan to create 26,000 jobs by
investing in people, building modern infrastructure and supporting a
dynamic and innovative business climate.