Treaty 2 Territory – The Community Based Health Care Aide Program is busy and students are excelling in Minegoziibe Anishinabe Nation (also known as Pine Creek First Nation).
The Community-Based Health Care Aide Program is in partnership with Assiniboine Community College. Last week, the cohort of students in Group 1 started Lab #2. They are currently on Session 4 and are almost half-way through the program.
Group 1 from the Community-Based Health Care Aide Program in Minegoziibe Anishinabe
Candida McKay, Pamela Fleury, Trisha Desmarais, and Alexis Klyne (L-R)
Group 2 from the Community-Based Health Care Aide Program in Minegoziibe Anishinabe
Megan Cordell, Kysha Desmarais, April Lafreniere, Vanna Leta, Shelley Richard and Tyra Nepinak (L-R).
Group 2 cohort is also on Session #4 of the program and are pictured here with their instructor Rhonda Stevens.
Councillor Cindy McKay shared “These students are very proud and like all students work very hard to accomplish their goals. They are almost half-way through their program and look forward to the day they graduate. Keep up the great work students!”
Councillor McKay expresses appreciation and gratitude to Rhonda Stevens, Instructor (l), Bridgette Parenteau (EA) and Audrey Brass (Coach/Mentor/Driver), our ACC partners for being there to help these students succeed and accomplish their goal.
“Please encourage them when you see them. And to the students, thank you for sharing your success story with us”.
Shared By Councillor Cindy McKay
Miigwech Councillor McKay for sharing the inspiring journey of these students. Please keep us updated.
Contributed By: Marlene Davis, Nation & Economic Development Helper
Last modified: April 11, 2022