Engineering in review: Published on Friday,25 September, 2020
Engineering programs in review: Since 1999 to 2019, (in 20 years), there have been 6 confirmed graduates in the area of Architecture. Three graduates at the college level and three at the university level who completed their master degree. Architecture requires math and your English courses but also artistic and creative capability. At the college level there are two programs, there is a two year technician program or a three technology program. There are also specialty post-diploma programs such as green architecture. At the university level there is the undergraduate degree and then onto the master level. To see the admission requirements check the Ontario College Application Services (OCAS) website or the Ontario University Application Centre website (OUAC).
Engineering in Review: Published on Monday,31 August, 2020
Engineering programs in review: Published on Thursday,23 July, 2020
2020 GRPSEO Scholarship- Volunteerism waivered Published on Friday,17 July, 2020
One of the criteria for the GRPSEO SCHOLARSHIP is: Proof of completion of a minimum of 5 hours volunteerism with the past 12 months. Due to COVID -19 and the possible inability for students to achieve the hours of volunteerism, this proof of volunteerism is being waived for the 2020 application intake.
Engineering programs in review: June 2020 Published on Thursday,25 June, 2020
Engineering Programs in Review:
The last time a confirmed graduate for the
Motive Technician - Auto Diesel program
was in 2004. Since 1999 there have been
3 confirmed graduates. Completion of the
program leads to a career in heavy duty industry,
motive power equipment manufacturing, oil companies,
industrial,or commercial passenger vehicles.
It is a 2 year college diploma program if you are
interested in this type of career.
Engineering Careers Update: Published on Wednesday,27 May, 2020
Engineering careers update Published on Wednesday,29 April, 2020
Words of Encouragement to Students Published on Thursday,16 April, 2020
GOOD DAY STUDENTS!!! The GRPSEO certainly hopes that all is going well with you and that you are staying healthy. The past few weeks have been extremely difficult for our community, and perhaps especially so for you, our students. Know that while this transition has taken a lot of time and energy across our community, all of you have been at the center of our thoughts. As the exam period gets underway, we want to encourage all students as you make your final effort to finish your assignments and projects. As you approach the end of the term, we are all looking forward to recognizing your accomplishments. We want to take this opportunity to thank you – for your dedication, your commitment and your perseverance.
We know this has been a very difficult term, one whose challenges no one could have imagined when it began, but with patience, creativity and determination you have nearly made it successfully to the end. We are so proud of you!
Remember GRPSEO is thinking of you and we wish you the best – we are one of your biggest cheer leaders! You can do it!!!
Here is a link you could peruse http:///www.snhs.ca/mhLinks.htm to help you through these times. Also go to the Six Nations website for COVID-19 updates, the community emergency plan, etc. and other resources in areas you may need assistance with at www.sixnations.ca. You can also contact your institution’s student resources for assistance as well.
Reminder: If you have not done so, you need to apply on-line for Fall 2020 and Fall/Winter 2020 NOW. The deadline of MAY 1STis fast approaching. You can contact your Funding Advisor by email only and all documentation still needs to be sent in. For more information and to apply on-line go to our website at www.grpseo.org.
STAY HEALTHY!!! STAY SAFE!!!
GRPSEO Reminders/Update Published on Tuesday,31 March, 2020
GOOD DAY STUDENTS: REMINDERS/UPDATES
The Grand River Post Secondary is closed to the public. Students can reach their Funding Advisor by EMAIL ONLY. For contact information, go to the GRPSEO website at www.grpseo.org. If you do call the office someone is checking messages and will get back to you.
There are now 3 confirmed cases of COVID 19 on Six Nations and the Six Nations Council is now restricting access to the territory for shopping or recreational purposes. Reminder from the Grand River Post Secondary Education Office to please check the Six Nations Council website for community Updates on COVID-19 at www.sixnationscovid19.com or at www.sixnationscovid19.ca As well log on to our website at www.grpseo.org and check GRPSEO facebook for GRPSEO COVID-19 updates from the GRPSEO.
An Important Reminder from the Grand River Post Secondary Education Office that in spite of COVID-19 you still have to apply for funding for the fall 2020. The deadline for fall 2020 and fall/winter 2020 applications is May 1st. Apply on-line at www.grpseo.org. LATE applications will not be processed. If you are experiencing difficulties when applying, please call the office at (519) 445-2219 If you do call the office someone is checking messages and will get back to you. As well students are responsible to submit any documentation that is needed.
REMINDER: In spite of COVID-19 students can still apply for scholarships and bursaries. You will need to go on line to access these awards. Please be aware that most scholarships have a deadline, so start now.
REMINDER: To students that your FIRST point of contact if you suspect you may have come in contact with COVID-19 is: for Six Nations residents the Six Nations Public Health Office at (519) 445- 2672 and for those of you who do not reside at Six Nations your local Public health office.
Let’s continue to do our part by PHYSICAL/SOCIAL DISTANCING, HAND WASHING AND STAYING HOME!!!
STAY HEALTHY!!! STAY SAFE!!!
Ever consider engineering? Published on Wednesday,25 March, 2020
Continuing the review of confirmed graduates from engineering programs, for Chemical Engineering since 1997 there have been 8 Six Nations students who confirmed receiving their diploma. One of these went on from college to university to complete a degree in the same area of study. The last confirmed graduate in Chemical Engineering was 2010. Yes a decade ago!