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Making College Easier to Afford for Students from the Six Nations – Pattern Energy

Indigenous students from the Six Nations of the Grand River interested in going to college or university have access to a variety of supportive resources. The organization just celebrated its thirtieth anniversary in 2022.

Justine Henhawk-Bomberry, the director of post secondary services at the Grand River Post Secondary Education Office, has been helping Six Nations students since 1995, supporting them throughout their post secondary career and facilitating access to funding resources.

Justine says most of the students they support are enrolled in social science, education, humanities, and healthcare programs.

“We are really glad to have the funds from Grand Renewable Wind because it helps provide funding that students really need because of the cost of attending post secondary education…”

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