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St. Charles College Native Studies Students Get First Hand Glimpse of Careers in Medicine

Todd Towegishig, Native Studies Student at St. Charles College

April 22, 2009 - On April 17, the St. Charles College Grade 12 Native Studies class spent the day at the Northern Ontario School of Medicine.
The Northern School of Medicine incorporates traditional Aboriginal teachings in many aspects of the school and the curriculum.

It was a great opportunity for students to witness the relevance of Native Studies at this prestigious institute of higher learning. The students participated in hands-on activities and got a glimpse into the possibly of a career in medicine. Sudbury Catholic Schools is committed to improving educational outcomes among Aboriginal students through a holistic, community-based approach to learning.



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