Laurier student helps develop children’s programming for Indigenous outreach centre – CBC

by pmnationtalk on January 21, 201949 Views

This will be one of the most valuable pieces of my academic journey’ says student

 Jan 20, 2019

Each year, the masters of social work Indigenous field of study program sends its students to work at a community group where they can share traditional Indigenous practices and approaches.

The program has just got underway this year, and student Amy Smoke is focusing on building programming for Indigenous children.

Smoke is currently working with Anishnabeg Outreach, a local organization that provides culturally-relevant services to Indigenous people, including employment and training services.

Read More: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/kitchener-waterloo/wilfrid-laurier-masters-social-work-local-community-organizations-1.4984083

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