The Urban Indigenous Education Centre (UIEC) invites First Nations, Métis, and Inuit artists to learn about the Toronto District School Board’s Educational Partnerships Program!
Indigenous OCAD U students, alumni and community members can apply to join a list of partners that provide Indigenous educational programming, workshops, seminars, presentations, performances, or educational services during instructional time in TDSB schools. Partners are frequently invited to secondary classrooms to support teachers offering courses from the Ontario Curriculum, Grades 9 to 12, First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Studies Curriculum. Partners are paid for their workshops and programming and determine their own rates. Partners often use CARFAC rates to determine their fees and rates can include materials costs
From 2-3:30PM on October 25th Indigenous OCAD U students, alumni and community members are invited to join the UIEC, along with OCAD U’s Indigenous Student Centre and the RBC Centre for Emerging Artists & Designers to learn about this great opportunity for creatives who are interested in teaching, mentorship and growing experience in classrooms!
Are you a current Indigenous OCAD U student or alumni (2018-2021)?
You could be eligible for the Career Launcher: Recruited Placement. Click here to learn more!
Lee Sheppard (Instructional Leader, Indigenous Education: Urban Indigenous Education Centre) firstname.lastname@example.org -For questions about the Educational Partnerships Program
Reagan Kennedy (Student Success Coordinator – Indigenous Student Centre) email@example.com -For application support and questions about Indigenous student services at OCAD U
Shellie Zhang (Special Projects Coordinator – CEAD) firstname.lastname@example.org -For questions about the Career Launcher
Call for Emerging Indigenous Artists: TDSB Educational Partnerships Program Information Session
Monday October 25 2:00-3:30PM ET