Indigenous Access McGill

INDIGENOUS ACCESS MCGILL

Come Study Social Work at McGill

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Who we are:

Indigenous Access McGill (IAM) is a support program for Indigenous students in the School of Social Work                                                                                         


What we offer:

  • Support for applicants during the admissions process

  • Personalized orientation to McGill

  • Mentoring & tutoring on all aspects of your studies

  • Study/meeting space at the School of Social Work

  • Connection to resources (Writing Centre, Office for Students with Disabilities, Health Services, Indigenous resources & more)

  • Professional development opportunities (conferences, workshops)

  • An opportunity to get together with Indigenous students from across the University (annual retreat, social events)

 

For more information, contact:

 

 

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wanda.gabriel [at] mcgill.ca (Professor Wanda Gabriel )           

Co-Director

(514) 398-2178

 

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nicole.ives [at] mcgill.ca (Professor Nicole Ives )

C0-Director (on Sabbatical 2019-2020)

(514) 398-7065               

 

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Ben.Geboe [at] mcgill.ca (Ben Geboe  )

IAM Coordinator

(514) 398-2129   

For a list of Indigenous Resources, including web portals, journals, and career supports, please visit our Indigenous Resources page.