CNA, Qalipu First Nation renew partnership with five-year agreement

College of the North Atlantic and the Qalipu First Nation have renewed their partnership with the signing of a five-year agreement focused on enhancing educational opportunities. Under the new agreement, the partners will support Qalipu members as they complete high school and enter postsecondary education; develop unique training and work opportunities; explore entrepreneurial and applied research opportunities; and improve equity, diversity, and inclusion through new initiatives. CNA President Elizabeth Kidd noted that the partners have accomplished many objectives together over the past few years, such as developing a work-integrated learning project for Qalipu-sponsored students. “Signing this new five-year MOU allows us to move those forward and continue exploring new areas of collaboration,” said Kidd.

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