The Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) is offering several Aboriginal programs:
ALOY (Aboriginal Leadership Opportunity Year)
It is a one-year program offered at the Royal Military College (RMC) in Kingston, Ontario, commencing in August 2017. You will participate in pre-university courses offered in a tutoring format, individually and in small groups, (these courses give no university credit) and first year university courses. This study year will prepare you for university studies. The program includes the following components: sports, instructional trips, leadership development, military training, cultural support activities and personal learning plans.
In this program, you will be enrolled in the Canadian Armed Forces for one year as an officer cadet. At the end of the year, you will have the opportunity to apply for the Regular Force (ROTP) or the Reserve Entry Training Pan (RETP).
Black Bear/Raven Programs
These 6-week programs are a mix of aboriginal culture and military training. At the end, you will have the opportunity to join an Army Primary Reserve unit anywhere in Canada (Black Bear) or a Navy Primary Reserve (Raven).
CFAEP (Canadian Forces Aboriginal Entry Program)
During this 3-week program, you will get hands-on experience with military training, careers and lifestyle with no obligation to join the CAF.
– 29 Octobre to 19 Novembre 2016, in St-Jean-sur-Richelieu (QC)
– 25 February to 18 March 2017, in St-Jean-sur-Richelieu (QC)
Please find below the procedure to follow in order to apply for the program that you are interested in:
Please plan 2 to 6 months to complete your file processing. However, the faster you follow up what you are asked to do, the more chances you have to succeed.
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You can view the short film on the Indigenous and Northern Affairs internet site at this link: www.aandc.gc.ca/northtreasure.
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