Red Crow Community College

Education is a way forward for our people.

Education and training are long-term predictors of lifetime success, earning potential and the ability for Indigenous people to be significant contributors to their families, communities, and society. 

As the first Tribal college in Canada, Red Crow Community College is uniquely positioned to lead among Indigenous education providers. We are an accredited provider, stewards of the Kainai First Nation and preservers of the Blackfoot culture. The College has an integral role in the lives of our Nation’s youth, the future of our community and Alberta. 

As the first Tribal college in Canada, Red Crow Community College is uniquely positioned to lead among Indigenous education providers. We are an accredited provider, stewards of the Kainai First Nation and preservers of the Blackfoot culture. The College has an integral role in the lives of our Nation’s youth, the future of our community and Alberta. 

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Red Crow Community College

Red Crow community is a specialized post secondary institution located on the Blood Reserve in southern Alberta, we are growing new campus facilities, expanding our program of studies, and establishing long-term funds to support operations and underpin learner success. Established in 1986 to offer adult education and academic upgrading for members of the community, Red Crow became the first Tribal College in Canada in 1995. 

A New Campus Facility

Red Crow Community College will continue to support the community through innovative programs delivered through a campus that is infused with and firmly rooted in, Blackfoot culture.

 

Construction Updates

Construction on the new campus facility project started in September of 2020 and will be complete in May of 2022 approximately 400 days after the start of the project. A milestone schedule follows: 

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Employment Opportunities 

The new campus facility at Mikai’sto provides unprecedented opportunities for employment on the Reserve both in the short and long-term.  Our goal is to maximize Indigenous participation in the project and build capacity for skilled workers on the Reserve for future project. We are committed to hiring as many Blood Tribe members on this project as possible.  In fact, our first contractors for civil works where from the Blood Tribe.  

 

Upcoming Information Sessions

Career
Fair
Construction Management & Project Management
Trades & Apprenticeships
FUNDING PARTNERS
Investing in Infrastructure Program
Blood Tribe Members