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Outreach Programming

Current Projects

Explore your options! Turtle Island Summer Camp 2024

It is FREE to all First Nation, Métis and Inuit Students in grades 9 through 12, including those graduating 2024.

Registration is CLOSED. Waitlist form is available HERE

Please contact Victoria Hecnar with any questions:


Interested in being a mentor? Indigenous university students can apply here


March Break Camp 2024 - CLOSED

It is FREE to all First Nation, Métis and Inuit Students in grades 9 through 12.



Past Projects

Winds STEAM & Beginning Time Teaching Project

The 4 Winds STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) and Beginning Time Teaching Project is geared towards FNMI and non-FNMI youth in grades 5 & 6.  Every workshop addresses Ontario curriculum expectations while making strong connections to the FNMI culture.  Workshops take on the format of online support, in-classroom presentations and Saturday workshops.


Turtle Island Summer Arts Camp

The camp usually runs throughout the month of July at Catholic Central High School.  Elementary students are exposed and take part in various Aboriginal art activities.  The camp provides a safe place for students to develop their artistic skills and self-confidence; all while making lifelong friendships and having fun.


For more information about the University of Windsor's Aboriginal Education Centre's Outreach Programming, please contact the Aboriginal Outreach Coordinator, Kat Pasquach at e-mail: