For Students

Iohahi:io offers a variety of learning opportunities. Talk to us to find the program that is right for you. We have programs available for:

* POST-SECONDARY * - Iohahi:io partners with publicly recognized post-secondary institutions to deliver various degree, diploma and certificate programs. Our partners include St. Lawrence College, Algonquin College, SUNY Potsdam and other public colleges and universities. Post-secondary programs are funded by Indigenous and Northern Development Canada, Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities and through revenue sharing arrangements with post-secondary partner institutions.

* SECONDARY * - Iohahi:io partners with T.R. Leger School of Adult, Alternative and Continuing Education to deliver secondary school programming. Students looking to earn their Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or certain credits required for college or university admission can attend Iohahi:io full or part-time to learn independently at their level and pace. Students are provided with academic instruction and tutoring, as well as other resources including computer, printer and internet access.

* ACADEMIC UPGRADING * - Iohahi:io partners with MTCU to deliver the Literacy and Basic Skills Program (LBS) to students requiring academic upgrading in preparation for secondary school programming. Students looking to upgrade their knowledge and skills and prepare for secondary school programming attend Iohahi:io full-time to learn both in a formal classroom environment and independently at their level and pace. Students identify individual learner goals, establish learning plans and achieve learning outcomes and milestones. In addition to classroom instruction and teaching, students are provided with academic tutoring, as well as other resources including computer, printer and internet access.

* TRAINING * - Iohahi:io partners with other organizations such as Mohawk Council of Akwesasne Community Support, Akwesasne Area Management Board, Akwesasne Employment Resource Center to name of few, to deliver training and professional development programming and workshops for their employees and community members.