With excitement, Yellowhead Tribal College (YTC) is working in partnership to deliver infrastructure needs that supports the College's mandate, particularly in STEM fields (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics). The joint funding with the Government of Canada, and Government of Alberta will upgrade educational facilities at YTC!
For more details on this initiative, please go to the following link:
Yellowhead Tribal College is excited to be part of the World Indigenous Forum! President, Diana Steinhauer will be providing details about our new collaboration with the Unique Get Together Society in offering our Indigenous Health Support Worker Diploma program!
The Yellowhead Tribal Council has come out with their first newsletter edition! Please see the link to read the document YTC Council Newsletter. Happy Holidays!
Yellowhead Tribal College to launch four new programs in Fall 2019
Edmonton, AB - August 1, 2019 – Yellowhead Tribal College (YTC) announces the launch of four new educational programs for Fall 2019, which include an Indigenous Community Health Worker Program, an Indigenous Languages Degree, a two-year Pre-Education Diploma Program, and a Photovoltaic Renewable Energy Installation Assistant program, all of which are intended to meet labour market needs and to build capacities in Indigenous communities across Alberta.
YTC’s Indigenous Community Health Worker Diploma program is the first of its kind in the province, and will provide education in community health and Indigenous culture and healing practices to meet the growing need for healthcare workers that can provide culturally appropriate, culturally safe healthcare services to Indigenous peoples and communities
The Indigenous Languages Degree will provide students with a foundation in Cree, Stoney/Nakota, and Anishnaabe/Saulteaux languages. This degree program will foster students to emerge with speaking and writing proficiency in one or more Indigenous languages and the capacity to promote and advocate for the retention of Indigenous language and culture.
YTC’s two-year Pre-Education Diploma program lays the foundation for a career in elementary or secondary education - graduates from the two-year Diploma will be eligible to continue in a Bachelor of Education program at a variety of post-secondary institutions.
Finally, the YTC’s Photovoltaic Renewable Energy Installation Assistant program will train students for careers in the growing field of photovoltaic (solar) panel installation. With assistance from academic, industry, and community experts as well as Indigenous Elders, students will learn how renewable energy technology and Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) are vital in balancing traditional values and the needs of industry and communities in the development of green energy.
The new Indigenous Community Health Worker Program is featured in the Calgary Star! Please use the link below to read the article
July 27, 2018
Yellowhead Tribal College (YTC) is excited to announce that as of August 7, 2018, YTC will be an anchor tenant at the Orange Hub, formerly the MacEwan West Campus, and that all programming from Fall 2018 onwards will be offered from our new facility at 10045 - 156 Street.
Yellowhead Tribal College and the Natamoowin Education Foundation invite all friends of the college to our spring fundraiser: a golf tournament at Trestle Creek Golf Resort in Entwhistle, Alberta!
Two years in the making, the process of accreditation involved reporting on every aspect of our history, current operations, and future plans, as well as our values and cultural practices.
February 6, 2017
Yellowhead Tribal College was proud to participate in Black History Month 2017 events.
June 22, 2016
Yellowhead Tribal College is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Sam Shaw as its new President and Chief Academic Officer, effective June 13, 2016.