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Lee Awards

We are now accepting applications to our annual Lee Awards for High-School students.

Submit your application electronically or by mail by February 28, 2019, before the end of the day.

NGINDAASMIN—Academic Upgrading Program

We are offering the basic grade twelve diploma program (GED). The classes are Monday to Thursday from 10 AM to 3 PM with a break for lunch. We provide school supplies, the GED manual and TTC tokens if needed. This program has proven to be a success for the Aboriginal people that have enrolled in it. Earning your diploma leads to opportunities in post-secondary programs, training and job opportunities.

The Ngindaasmin Academic program is an upgrading program for those that want to earn their Ontario Secondary School Diploma. What makes this upgrading program unique is that the students have the
opportunity to learn about who they are as First Nations people: the history, treaties and traditions of the Anishnawbek. The course is designed to bring about an understanding of the complex issues facing First Nations people in Canada. Another major highlight of the program is having volunteer tutors on site and they are an invaluable program resource.

  • Obtain a Grade 12 Education
  • Increase Your Employment Opportunities
  • Enter into a Post-Secondary Program or register for an Apprenticeship Program


  • Ontario Secondary School Diploma Courses
  • One-on-one Student-Teacher Ratio

Aboriginal Skills Link Program

The purpose of this program is to ensure that the participants learn leadership, teamwork and communication and other skills that will prepare them for the job market. We have successfully delivered five of these programs and look forward to the next session.

For info or to register contact:

Carol White at 416-591-2310 ext. 2257 or

Intro To Business Program

In partnership with George Brown College (GBC), Miziwe Biik Aboriginal Employment and Training delivers an Introduction to the Business program delivered by GBC. The program introduces students to different forms of business. They learn about the Indigenous & entrepreneur identity; traits of an entrepreneur; urban and rural business models and identifying the unique qualities of Indigenous business. Upon completion of the Introduction to Business, the student can then decide on continuing the business program or explore business ventures.