LE,NOṈET Briefing Package

Supporting Indigenous Student Success

LE,NOṈET (pronounced "le-nong-it") is a word that literally means "paddling a canoe in a storm and making it through the other side." In a more figurative sense, LE,NOṈET can mean "success after enduring many hardships." IACE acknowledges with gratitude and respect the late Earl Claxton Sr. (YELḰÁTŦE), SENĆOŦEN Knowledge Keeper of the Tsawout First Nation, and Elder John Elliott (J,SIṈTEN), of the Tsartlip First Nation, for sharing this information.

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Resources

LE,NOṈET 10th Anniversary 

LE,NOṈET brochure

UVic Indigenous Plan

Contact: 

Lisa Schnitzler's Blog

Co-op Resources

General Webpage for Co-op and Career Services

Indigenous Co-op Program

Indigenous International WIL Exchange

ACE-WIL Indigenous Work Integrated Learning (WIL) Resource Hub

Co-op and Career 2020-2021 Annual Report