AMI Indigenous Scholarships (IAP Career College)
AMI also has a second meaning: "Ami" is the French word for "friend," which is fitting, because we want people to tell friends in their community about this scholarship.
International Association of Professions Career College, also known as IAP Career College, is a proudly Métis-owned private college. Therese (Tag) Goulet, Academic Director, and Catherine Goulet, Chair of the Board of Trustees, are Métis — Aboriginal Canadians of mixed Native (Cree, Ojibwe) and European (including French) descent.
PHOTO: Tag Goulet of IAP Career College (in red) with her mother Terry Goulet, Hon. Donald S. Ethell, Lieutenant Governor of Alberta, and her father George R.D. Goulet (right) after a ceremony where George was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for his contributions in educating people about the Métis.
About AMI Indigenous Scholarships
The AMI Indigenous Scholarship consists of free tuition for one IAP Career College basic certificate course of the scholarship recipient’s choice. If you are awarded an AMI Indigenous Scholarship, you will receive:
I recently graduated from the Book Publisher Certificate Course and I could not be more happy and excited! When I heard about this course, I thought it was too good to be true, especially when I heard about the AMI Indigenous Scholarship. I was surprised to find out that awards were being offered to Indigenous people, due to the fact that the education funds are being cut for all indigenous people around the world. At the time that I discovered this course, I wasn’t able to pay for it and I was in a bit of a ‘career funk’, not knowing where to turn. After being awarded the scholarship (quite quickly I may add!) I was able to take the course with ease. Being a self-publishing author has been a dream of mine since I was a child and now I can pursue that dream! Thank you to everyone at IAP Career College for helping me achieve my goals! Niá:wen/Thank you” – Wahsontanó:ron McGregor-Yuan
Who May Receive the Scholarship
The scholarship will be awarded to any person who provides proof of membership in a recognized Aboriginal, Native, or Indigenous group and who follows the steps described below under “How to Apply”. This is an international scholarship, open to applicants living anywhere in the world.
Not an Indigeneous person, but need financial assistance? Please see our FAQ page for some of your options.
In order to be awarded the scholarship, applicants must agree to share information about the AMI Indigenous Scholarship from IAP Career College with other Aboriginal, Native, or Indigenous people who could take advantage of the scholarship. In your application for the scholarship, we ask that you provide a brief statement about how you plan to share information about the scholarship after you successfully complete the course. This sharing of information can be done through any method of the scholarship recipient’s choice. Options include, but are not limited to:
Each scholarship recipient may be awarded the AMI Indigenous Scholarship only once, for one certificate course offered by International Association of Professions Career College.
How to Apply
Here’s how to successfully apply for this scholarship:
1. Obtain a scanned copy of an official document which provides proof of your membership in a recognized Aboriginal, Native or Indigenous group. This must be a document, such as an official membership card or other government document, from a recognized and verifiable authority.
2. Decide how you would like to share information about the AMI Indigenous Scholarship from IAP Career College with other Aboriginal, Native, or Indigenous people.
3. Complete a registration for the IAP Career College certificate course of your choice by doing the following:
4. Email email@example.com to notify us that you have completed the registration form and are applying for an AMI Indigenous Scholarship. With this email:
Once your completed application is received, we will contact you by email within two business days to confirm your receipt of the AMI Indigenous Scholarship. We will then send you the materials you need to start your IAP Career College certificate course on or before the next start date for that course.