Schulich ExecEd Expands Business Education with Indigenous Partnerships
Under the direction of Executive Director Rami Mayer, Schulich ExecEd has partnered with Indigenous organizations to offer online, community-specific Business Education programming. The accessible course offerings were developed according to Schulich ExecEd’s mission – to uplift and empower through education – as well as an overall commitment to Truth and Reconciliation.
“We want to amplify Indigenous voices and help underserved communities create a forum to tell their stories, have access to opportunities from which they were excluded for far too long, grow, thrive and be part of the economy,” said Rami Mayer, Executive Director, Schulich ExecEd. “Schulich ExecEd is proud to collaborate with Indigenous groups, joining in their mission to provide the skills, strategies, and knowledge necessary to succeed.”
To develop the following certifications, Schulich ExecEd partnered with Bimose Tribal Council, Ontario Native Women’s Association (ONWA), Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres (OFIFC), and the Government of Nunavut.
- Bimose Tribal Council
- Certificate in Management Skills for Supervisors
- Ontario Native Women’s Association (ONWA)
- Mini-MBA for Indigenous Leaders
- Certificate in Management 1
- Certificate in Management 2
- Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres (OFIFC)
- Accelerated Management
- Government of Nunavut
- Collaborative Leadership
- Extraordinary Administrative Support
- Masters Certificate in Project Management
Learn more about inclusive leadership through Schulich ExecEd’s Broadening Opportunity Through Leadership Diversity (B.O.L.D.) & Inclusion course.