Yellowhead Tribal College

Yellowhead Tribal College is committed to academic excellence and life-long learning while preserving and promoting First Nations culture, languages, and traditions.

About Yellowhead Tribal College

Yellowhead Tribal College is an inclusive and open learning institution in Treaty 6 territory. We provide accredited programs in a flexible, supportive academic environment that nurtures FNMI cultures and traditions. The college was established in 1986 by Yellowhead Tribal Council to meet the educational goals of its member nations. We now offer academic upgrading, certificates, diplomas, and post-secondary courses to all adult learners. We welcome students at all stages in their educational journey - whoever you are, wherever you are from, there is a place for you at Yellowhead Tribal College!

Work

Visit our website to learn more about the work that we do http://ytced.ca/

Staff

Tracey Poitras-Collins
Interim President and Dean of Iyiniw Humanities

Jocelyn Verreault
Dean of Academic Affairs and Department Head, Science & Technology

Claudette Rain
Senior Administrative Officer

Valentyna Kennedy
Essential Skills in a Digital World Instructor/UCEP Instructor

Trevor Duplessis
University & Management Studies Department Head

Stephanie Bourque
Assistant Registrar

Sharise Rosteski
Learning Strategist

Scott Smillie
Field Supervisor and RSW Liaison, Social Work Programs

Sandra Auigbelle
University & College Entrance Preparation Principal & Department Head

Normie Carlson
Instructor and Coordinator, ICHR and IEA Programs

Nicole Palanuk
Manager, Library Instruction & Services

Natasha Lai
Library Technician

Kit Lost
Program Administrator, Department of Social Work kit.lost@ytced.ca

Kirsten Mikkelsen
Department Head, Social Work

Kathy Kiss
UCEP Instructor

Jimmy O'Chiese
Eminent Scholar & Instructor

Francine Arcand
Student Services Coordinator

Edwin Frencheater
Cultural Services Facilitator

Diana Steinhauer
Department Head, Indigenous Languages

Debra Paul
Administrative Clerk

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