Confederation, Humber, Seneca to create Indigenous Leadership degree program

July 2, 2021
Confederation College, Humber College, and Seneca College have collaborated to create an Indigenous Leadership degree program inspired by the need to contribute to decolonization and reconciliation. The program will be informed by a program previously established by Confederation, and will be designed, developed, and offered by all three institutions. It will prioritize the needs of Indigenous students and their communities by providing accessible, flexible, and responsive learning opportunities. “The nature of this partnership reflects multiple aspects of the Indigenous lived experience,” said Mark Solomon, Dean, Student Services and Indigenous Education at Seneca. “Giving students access to education about northern and urban Indigenous realities in Ontario will provide future leaders the right training for all situations upon graduation.” The institutions aim to have the program ready for Winter 2023. Confederation (ON)