Post-Secondary Education Assistance Policy
Henvey Inlet First Nation Post-Secondary Education Assistance (PSEA) Policy
Henvey Inlet First Nation is proud to announce that we are members of the newly formed Anishinabek Education System (AES) and are now represented by the Kinoomaadziwin Education Body (KEB).
The KEB is a not-for-profit corporation that the Anishinabek First Nations approved by Grand Council Resolution in 2010. The KEB has a 12-member Board of Directors that is comprised of representatives from the four Anishinabek Regional Education Councils (REC). Henvey Inlet First Nation belongs to REC #3 along with the following First Nations: Moose-Deer Point, Wasauksing, Magnetawan, Dokis, Nipissing and Wahnapitae.
The KEB will support the 23 Participating First Nations (PFN 's) in their delivery of education programs and services and the KEB will liaise with the province of Ontario on education matters when the Anishinabek Education System becomes operational on April 1, 2018.
The Post-Secondary Educational Assistance (PSEA) Policy is designed to help Henvey Inlet First Nation members to offset the personal cost of obtaining a post-secondary education by assisting with tuition and other qualified allowances as set out in this policy.
Henvey Inlet First Nation is committed to the educational success of our students. Every effort will be made to ensure that the greatest number of students are funded and supported through this program however it is important for students to remember that the Education budget is limited by the number of students receiving assistance in any given academic year.
Students are encouraged to apply for OSAP, Scholarships and Bursaries throughout the year to enhance their financial resources.
CLICK HERE to read the full Post-Secondary Education Assistance (PSEA) Policy.
Gas Bar - Closed to the Public!
The Gas Bar is open!!!! New hours of operation.
Monday to Thursday: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Closed Friday
Saturday & Sunday: 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
July 2021 Newsletter is available!
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New Membership Code Working Group
Is urgently in need of review and restatement to keep up with recent developments within our lands, changes in the laws which determine who is entitled to Indian Act status, and to better reflect our culture and beliefs.
If you are interested in joining the working group please CLICK HERE for more information and how to apply