Historic National Conference on First Nations Education, Science & Careers

November 6-9, 2023

iSTEM: Indigenous Science, Technology, Engineering, (Art) and Math
Guided by Indigenous Language, Knowledge and Science

Pre-conference Workshops: November 6-7, 2023

National Gathering Circle Conference: November 8-9, 2023

Location: Fairmont Winnipeg, 2 Lombard Place, Winnipeg, MB R3B 0Y3

For more information contact: info@fneaa.ca



The conference will take place in person at the Fairmont Winnipeg, 2 Lombard Place, Winnipeg, Manitoba. 

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FNEAA members receive $100 off their registration fees.

Members: $650
Non-Members: $750
Traditional Elders/Seniors: $50
Students: $50

Pre Conference Workshops

Pre-conference workshops take place on November 6 and 7th at the Fairmont Winnipeg. 
• Innovation for First Nations Education Reconciliation
• First Nations Education Governance 
• First Nations Education Leadership 1 
• First Nations Education Leadership 2
• First Nations Education Agreements
• Negotiating First Nations Education Agreements

Who Should Attend?

First Nations education administrators, educators, principals, directors of education, chiefs, teachers, parents, students and learners at all levels.

• First Nations education professionals

• First Nations elected and appointed Leaders

• Members of Indigenous education institutions

• Education associations and organizations

• Corporate Canada representatives

• Representatives of educational institutions and stakeholders

• Government – Federal, Provincial and Municipal government representatives


• Opportunities to connect and network with other First Nations Education Administrators

• Keynote presentations, Panel Discussions and Workshops

• A tradeshow showcasing First Nations and non-First Nations exhibitors from across Canada

About the Conference

Conference speakers and presenters will focus on an iSTEM career path in professions and employment that require skills and knowledge in STEM, and Indigenous knowledge and science.

The workshops will feature First Nations iSTEM role models and leaders in science, medicine, information technology, engineering, finance, social science, math, etc.

Leading education administrators, elders, knowledge keepers, and educators involved in Indigenous knowledge translation and mobilization at all levels of First Nations education from pre-school to post-secondary will present in collaboration with role models and employers whenever possible.

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