Mentoring & Tutoring at H.S. Billings High School

About the program

HS Billings Indigenous students in grades 10 & 11 (secondary 4 & 5) need extra support to reinforce skills (goal setting, time management, critical thinking, career planning) and keep up with school work in subjects, especially Math, French, Sciences and History. The need identified by HSB staff is to offer a multi-faceted (academic support, socio-emotional and career-planning) accessible after-school program that respects the interests of youth and supports their strengths & aspirations.

Sessions are held every Tuesday from 2:30 - 3:45pm at H.S. Billings High School from February 12th to April 9th.

Your commitment

  • You should be available from 1:30-4:30pm every Tuesday as this includes travel time to and from H.S. Billings (210 McLeod, Châteauguay)
  • You must agree to fill out this police background check form in order to complete your volunteer application. As required by law, any person assigned to work, is working, or regularly in contact with minor-age students of a private school or school board must hand in a declaration concerning their judicial record. 
  • Attend an orientation session on Saturday, February 9th, 10:30am-1:30pm @ Native Montreal (3183 rue St. Jacques, 1 minute walk from Lionel-Groulx metro)

Incentives for participation:

  • Receive Indigenous Allyship training and reflection opportunities to support your work at H.S. Billings
  • Earn a letter of attestation from the Dean of Students recognizing your contribution
  • Can be applied to your myInvolvement co-curricular record
  • All transportation costs to and from H.S. Billings covered by McGill

Open to: McGill undergraduate, graduate and continuing studies students. We are especially looking for students studying History, French (literature and translation) and/or Sciences

To apply: Fill out this application form by 4pm, Thursday, February 7th, 2019

More information: Drake D'Souza - Program Coordinator - engage.sede [at] (subject: HS%20Billings%20Afterschool%20program)

Land Acknowledgment

Map of Montreal

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

Recognizing the history of where you stand is important, and becoming increasingly common practice when hosting events and activities across Canada.

Here are a few tips to remember if you want to make a land acknowledgment before a class presentation, in a written document, or when hosting an event. 


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