OTTAWA, Jan. 18 /CNW/ - Assembly of First Nations National Chief Shawn
A-in-chut Atleo, along with First Nation students from across the
country, will be participating in an online "Virtual Summit" to explore
issues and solutions relating to First Nation post-secondary education.
National Chief Atleo is inviting First Nation students to participate
in this online discussion to discuss their post-secondary experiences
and provide recommendations on how to enhance opportunities for student
success. The online discussion will be hosted by Vancouver Island
University. The discussion will inform the AFN work on post-secondary
education with the overall goal of increasing First Nation PSE
In addition, several post-secondary institutions across Canada will be
full participants in the Virtual Summit. The Assembly of First Nations
invites universities, colleges, and Indigenous institutes of higher
learning to create opportunities for First Nation students to
participate in this special Virtual Summit. More information about the
Virtual Summit can be found on the AFN website at www.afn.ca.
The Assembly of First Nation is the national organization representing
First Nation citizens in Canada.
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For further information:
Alain Garon, AFN Bilingual Communications Officer (613) 241-6789 (382) or email@example.com
Don Kelly, AFN A/Communications Director (613) 241-6789 (334) or firstname.lastname@example.org
Jenna Young, AFN Communications Officer (613) 241-6789 (401) or email@example.com