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Anmar Mechanical Indigenous Student Support Program

Available to Indigenous students entering your second or third year of study, or enrolled in a post-graduate program. Please note that this requires an interest in working within the mining and supply sectors upon graduation.

    Funding details

    • Full tuition and ancillary fees are covered for the year (the amount varies depending on the program)
    • Housing support covered for the year ($3,000 if living in residence and $2,000 if living off-campus)
    • Support for one trip home per semester (up to $1,500)

    Eligible programs

    • Business Analytics
    • Computer Systems Technician / Technology
    • Electrical Engineering Technician / Technology
    • Electromechanical Engineering Technology – Mechatronics
    • Environmental Monitoring and Impact Assessment
    • Graphic Design
    • Heavy Equipment Technician
    • Human Resources Management
    • Industrial Mechanical Millwright Technician
    • IT Business Analysis
    • Mechanical Engineering Technician / Technologist
    • Mining Engineering Technician / Technologist
    • Mobile Application Development
    • Networking Technician
    • Project Management
    • Public Relations
    • The Internet of Things (IoT)
    • Welding and Fabrication Technician

    Participation requirements

    • Must identify as an Indigenous student
    • Must express interest in working within the mining and supply sectors upon graduation
    • Must possess a minimum 3.0 GPA
    • Must display through previous experiences and an interview with the Wabnode Centre for Indigenous
    • Services; the leadership competencies of teamwork, innovation, and a passion for excellence
    • Recipients will be required to meet with a Wabnode Centre and Anmar Mechanical representative each semester to discuss program progress and opportunities for further support
    • Recipients may be provided with placements and/or opportunities for work-integrated learning experiences at Anmar Mechanical

    Apply today!

    Please email Ron Sarazin at Please open with a brief introduction, note your program of study and share a little about why you are interested in the program and working within the mining and supply sectors. You will be contacted for a short interview with a member of the Wabnode Centre for Indigenous Student Services team.

    Ron Sarazin

    Director, Indigenous Student Success and Services

    Send email
    705-566-8101 ext.7855