This workshop is designed to provide participants with the necessary tools and skills to successfully engage with Indigenous communities, collectives and organizations.
Hosted by the Black Students Career Development Team and Black Alumni Network, this is an opportunity for students to explore pathways to successful careers.
The Indigenous Food Sovereignty webinar will be facilitated by Katsistohkwí:io Jacco and will highlight the reclamation and regeneration of Indigenous food systems as a major aspect of Indigenous resurgence.
Concordia President Graham Carr and Anne-Marie Croteau, dean of the John Molson School of Business, invite you for an evening with Guy Cormier, LLD 22, president and CEO of Desjardins Group.
This workshop introduces participants to the diverse cultures, socio-political structures, traditions and realities of First Nations peoples with an emphasis on the First Nations whose ancestral lands are located in Eastern Canada.
This workshop seeks to help participants gain a better understanding of the contemporary health issues of Indigenous people and how they can present obstacles to academic success.