Education: Indigenous B.Ed.
This concurrent program of professional education puts Indigenous knowledge and perspectives at the forefront of teacher training and provides self-identified First Nations, Métis, Inuit and Indigenous students from around the world, with the opportunity to become Indigenous teachers. A fully-accredited educational experience, this integrated five-year program is the first of its kind in North America and offers students three years of general studies and two years of professional studies.
The Trent Advantage
- Opportunities to attend traditional gatherings, and connect with elders and the surrounding Indigenous communities – urban and rural
- Entry from high school or through transfer agreements with local community colleges or First Nations Education Institutes, giving eligible students credit for past educational experiences
- Placement opportunities in every year, Mohawk or Ojibwe language instruction in first year, and learning opportunities on the land and water
- Government Worker
- Policy Officer
- Educational Consultant
- Indigenous Education Advisor