What's New

February 21st, 2018

French teacher opening at Kateri School in Kahnawake. Check Job Opportunities section.

February 8th, 2018

Two job opportunities from Kahnawake Education Center. Check Job Opportunities section.

February 5th, 2018

Scholarship opportunity for secondary 4 and 5. Check poster in Scholarships section.

January 29th, 2018

Newsletter from FNEC in Information for Parents. January edition.

November 23rd, 2017

Please see poster under Opportunities. Training on basic concepts of Aboriginal Rights.

November 13th, 2017

Also new poster from University of Ottawa. Poster is located in Opportunities section.

August 9th, 2017

Tsi Tyónnheht Onkwawén:na Language and Culture Centre in Tyendinaga teaching job offer in Job Opprtunity section.

February 14, 2017

The Indigenous Health Interest Group and the Community Outreach Projects (both from McGill University) are organizing a mini-med day on Monday, April 3rd for Indigenous students. The goal of this day is to promote careers in health by providing workshops and allowing students to ask questions to current health students. We are welcoming senior high school students (sec 4-5) to this full day event. Lunch will be provided. Spaces are limited.

When: Monday April 3rd, 2017 9am-4pm
Where: Shriners Hospital for Children – 1003 boulevard Décarie, Montreal. H4A 0A9 (Glen site, located at Vendôme metro station)
What: Workshops include suturing, blood pressure, casting and more. A tour of the hospital will also be done.

*Please note that transportation is not covered; students must commute or have a ride.

For any additional information, please contact me at eve.mailhot@mail.mcgill.ca. Those who are interested should send me an email with their name/year of study. If the number of applicants exceeds available spaces, priority will be given to certain students.


April 7, 2015

EFFECTIVE May 1, 2015, we will be strictly adhering to the deadline dates as noted on the Post Secondary main page. LATE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.

For the present College/CEGEP students that receive living allowance, please note that the old rate of $800.00 will be given for the Month of May 2015. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our office. Our contact information is at the bottom of this page, or refer to our contact information on our About page.

Our Mission Statement

Children are our future. We support their rights and each community members’ right to personal growth and achievement. We respect & honour these children, ourselves, our fellow workers, and we take personal responsibility for our contribution to the community & environment. We strongly believe in the importance of our Kanien’keha language and culture, and we will respect, promote and protect it.

History of the Kanehsatà:ke Education Center

In 1988, a Band Council Resolution (BCR) authorized the Interim Kanehsatà:ke Board of Education to begin negotiations with the Department of Indian Affairs for the gradual take-over of education programs and services. Through the Interim Board, the Kanehsatà:ke Education Centre was created and began with six salaried employees negotiated through a transfer of person years (P/Y's) with the Department. The Kanehsatà:ke Education Centre has now been in existence for 18 years and there are three schools in the community: Aronhiatekha, Elementary, Rotiwennakehte Kanien'keha Immersion and Ratihente High School.

Significant Highlights in 2005 - 2006

With the assistance of INAC, FNEC, and/or Industry Canada, the following initiatives were accomplished: