The Aboriginal Enriched Support Program (AESP) is a small program within the Enriched Support Program (ESP). This is a program designed for Aboriginal students, First Nations, Status and Non-Status, Metis, Inuit, and Aboriginal Descent (including individuals who may have just recently discovered that they have Aboriginal ancestry, and want to learn more about their heritage).
Discover Your Potential
- Are you an Aboriginal person interested in the transition to university studies?
- Have you been out of school for a while, or just recently graduated from high school or college?
- Do you have the potential for university studies, but do not meet the traditional entrance requirements?
The Centre for Initiatives in Education and the Aboriginal Enriched Support Program would like to congratulate all of the 2013 Aboriginal graduates from Algonquin College, Carleton University, Heritage College and the University of Ottawa, recently honoured at the 5th annual Aboriginal Graduate Honouring Ceremony held at Algonquin College on April 30. The event was organized by ... more
Pam McLeod (AESP 2008-2009). Pamela graduated from Carleton this year with a BA in Environmental Studies. During her years at Carleton she participated in Carleton International, and studied at Lancaster University in England from Sept 2010 to June 2011. Her first goal will be to obtain a Master’s degree in the field of Geography & ... more
Kanatase Horn (MA Canadian Studies). Kanatase worked with the CIE as an Aboriginal High School Mentor. His thesis, passed with distinction, focussed on assimilation and the First Nations Property Ownership Act. Best wishes and congratulations to Kanatase! Photograph courtesy of Alice Beaudoin Photography.... more