Board of Directors

The ILC Board of Directors are:
Chair:  Daniel Richard, CA, CAFM 
Vice-Chair:  Rodney Nelson, CAPA
Secretary-Treasurer:  Theresa Grasby, CAFM
Members:
Terry Goodtrack, MPA, B.Admin, CPA, CGA, CAFM, CAPA, C.Dir
Daniel Brant, CAFM
Jessica Dorion, CAFM
Travis Seymour, CAFM
Gerald Whitford
Sue Wood, CAFM

Indigenous Learning Centre:
1066 Somerset Street West - Suite 301
Ottawa, ON K1Y 4T3
Toll Free: 1-866-722-2362 

The Indigenous Learning Centre Charity #: 81560 2842 RR0001.

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For more information about the Indigenous Learning Centre Charity or to make a donation or in-kind contribution please contact Terry Goodtrack at 1-866-722-2362

THE INDIGENOUS LEARNING CENTRE BURSARY AND SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM  

The 2016/2017 bursary winners are:
  1. Kandice Charlie, Xaxl’ip (St’at’imc Nation) BC, Simon Fraser University, Beedie School of Business
  2. Corey Kataquapit, Moose Factory, ON, Canadore College
  3. Rochelle Pelly, Norway House Cree Nation MB, Red River College
Each bursary recipient received $1000.

The 2016/2017 scholarship winners are:
AFOA Canada On-line courses:
  1. Roberta Samson, Kanaka Bar Indian Band, BC
  2. Julian Jordan, Lac La Croix First Nation, ON

To View the ILC Bursary & Scholarship Regulations Please CLICK HERE 

Welcome to the AFOA Canada's Indigenous Learning Centre webpage

The Indigenous Learning Centre Charity was established by AFOA Canada Board of Directors in 2013.  CLICK HERE to view the By-Law No.1   

Our future website is currently under construction:  www.indigenouslearningcentre.ca                                

ILC intends to carry on the following charitable programs and activities:

 1.   
To promote the financial management professions through the education and training of Aboriginal youth by:

  a.    Awarding such persons scholarships tenable at any university, college or institution of higher learning or further education; 
  b.    Awarding such persons conference awards and bursaries to increase youth interested in a career in finance;
  c.    Preparing for entry into the financial management profession in an Aboriginal organization upon leaving any educational establishment; and
  d.    Developing youth financial literary programs.
       
2.  To advance the education of Aboriginal people in Aboriginal communities on the subject of financial management, general management and leadership by:
   i)   Conducting capacity development research in the areas of financial management, general management and leadership that will be applied to Aboriginal community Workshops in order to increase the knowledge and skill level of Aboriginal people within Aboriginal communities;
   ii)   Publishing learning resources;
   iii)   Developing relevant knowledge management materials that will either create or add value for Aboriginal financial or management professionals;
   iv)   Holding professional and academic conferences, workshops and seminars on the issues related to Aboriginal leadership, general management and financial management; and
   v)   Promoting best practices and excellence in leadership, general management and financial management.
       
3.  To develop the capacity and skills of Aboriginal people in such a way that they are better able to manage and govern their communities and thereby participating more fully in the economic opportunities to improve the lives of Aboriginal people by:
   i)   Undertaking financial literacy workshops for community members; and
   ii)   Providing awards to communities or individuals recognizing their leadership in Aboriginal management.
       
4.   To advance the skill and knowledge level of Aboriginal People through an internship program by:
   i)   Undertaking the program on a shared cost basis with corporations, non-profits and government organizations;
   ii)   Identifying with an individual organization the opportunity for an internship and the level of knowledge skills required for the position;
   iii)   Identifying the qualified individuals who can undertake an internship;
   iv)   Conducting an evaluation for each intern on whether it meets the needs of the intern and or the host organization; and
   v)   Undertaking networking opportunities for the interns within the internship program through networking venue opportunities such as meet and greets, business dinners with industry, government and not profit organizations.