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University Advancement: Alumni & Friends

Dilson Rassier and Honourary PhD Recipient Michel de la ChenelièreMcGill 24 PhotoTassone Fundraising Event

The mission of the University Advancement office is simple. First, we want our alumni to feel a strong connection to McGill and the Faculty of Education.  Through workshops, lectures and special events our aim is to foster a lifelong connection between the University and its graduates.  Second, our objective is to raise funds - through our annual fund program and major philanthropic gifts - to support our outstanding students and Faculty.

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McGill Education Campaigns & Areas to Support

Dean's Innovation Fund

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Have an immediate impact on the areas that matter most around the Faculty, by providing flexibility to respond quickly and meaningfully to students and faculty needs.

 

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Scholarships and Student Aid

photo of 3 peopleHelp remove financial burdens from deserving students, allow the Faculty to remain competitive by attracting top students, and reward students for going above and beyond in their area of study.

 

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Community Engagement Fund

community engagement photoSupport the Faculty’s outreach projects to communities in Montreal, Quebec, and around the world.

 

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Office of First Nations and Inuit Education

Office of first nations and Inuit educationOFNIE Graduates in Pikogan, Quebec with Jim Howden and Stephen Peters

Annual donations help the Office of First Nations and Inuit Education partner with over 70 Indigenous communities across Quebec to deliver high-quality, in-community teacher-training programs.

 

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Education for Mental Health Resilience

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Faced with an urgent need for students to cope with the mounting number of societal stressors, the Faculty of Education is striving to bring essential mental health resilience strategies into the classroom. McGill’s Faculty of Education is leading the way in developing and disseminating best practices in building mental health resilience, so that students will have the tools and skills to not only survive, but also thrive in today’s demanding world. Read more about the Faculty of Education’s cutting-edge Education for Mental Health Resilience Program (EMHR), to be implemented not only in the McGill community, but in institutions in Asia. Learn more about this vital program and how to provide your support to ensure its success.

 

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Faculty of Education, McGill University is situated on the traditional territory of the Kanien’kehà:ka, a place which has long served as a site of meeting and exchange amongst nations. We recognize and respect the Kanien’kehà:ka as the traditional custodians of the lands and waters on which we meet today.

For more information about traditional territory and tips on how to make a land acknowledgement, visit McGill's Land Acknowledgement webpage.
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