Alderville Learning Centre

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 Celebrated 10 years 1994-2004 

 

Alderville Learning Centre has many partners which contribute to it's ongoing success.   These partners include:

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Trillium Foundation 2004-Present- In 2004 the Ontario Trillium Foundation partnered with the Learning Centre to provide opportunities for our community and surrounding area residents to work together to enhance the quality of life in our communities. Through the provision of computer training courses; program supports and resources; culture training and skills development workshops and other program services we are able to enrich the lives of individuals attending our centre.

Human Resources Skills Development Canada - Cobourg - Sept. 1998 -present The Alderville Learning Centre became part of the existing employment network sponsored by HRSDC servicing Northumberland County.  The Alderville Learning Centre services those who reside in the rural area along with Native people.   In addition to this program, HRSDC has provided a Year 2000 Job Bank Kiosk - computer equipment and all!    HRSDC  link. This Project is funded in part by the Government of Canada's Human Resource Skills Development.The opinions and interpretations in this publication are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of the Government of Canada.    

 Independent Learning Centre, Ministry of Education.  The Alderville Learning Centre is a Community Partner providing Grade 12 upgrading through correspondence.  Students have free access to all resources  and write their exams on-site.   ILC link.

Industry Canada's First Nations Schoolnet Program - This program generously provided an ExpressVu/DirecPC satellite, computer equipment, and up to 120hrs per month.   Internet information is received quickly easily.  First Nations Schoolnet link.

Industry Canada's Community Access Program - This program has enabled us to enhance our current internet services and allows for public internet access.   Equipment enhancements include a laptop, video camera with digital ability, digital camera, a LDC projector, software, and staff support.  CAP Program

Other Funding Providers have included:  Ogemawahj Tribal Council, Aboriginal Healing and Wellness Foundation, Jobs Ontario Community Action Aboriginal Program, INAC, Chiefs of Ontario, and Ministry of Community and Social Services.