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What is Indigenous business education?

We believe that Indigenous identities, culture, language, values, ways of knowing and knowledge systems should be respected and integrated into business education. Ch'nook actively incorporates and promotes these values in the context of business education through our programs, scholarships and collaborative work with diverse Indigenous communities and organizations.

Our focus is inclusive of all Indigenous peoples in Canada - First Nations, Métis and Inuit.

Registration for the 2022/2023 Ch’nook Scholars Program is now open!

Registration for the 2022 Aboriginal Management Program is now closed. 

Check back in late fall 2022 for the 2022/23 intake. 

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Overview of Ch'nook
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Overview of Ch'nook

Learn more about Ch’nook, our people and their commitment to the partners and communities they work with.
Aboriginal Management Program
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Aboriginal Management Program

AMP offers a dynamic learning experience that will make a profound impact in your career, your community and your business.
Accelerated Business Program

Accelerated Business Program

ABP is a customizable course offering that Ch'nook delivers in partnership with Indigenous communities and organizations
Ch'nook Scholars

Ch'nook Scholars

The Ch’nook Scholars program gives Indigenous post-secondary business students the tools and connections they need to succeed in their studies and careers.
Métis Nation British Columbia Business Management Program
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Métis Nation British Columbia Business Management Program

The MNBC Business Management Program gives MNBC entrepreneurs the tools and skills they need to succeed in small business startups.

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By supporting Ch’nook Indigenous Business Education, you do so much more than help a future community leader – you will help create a foundation for community success and prosperity for betterment of all Canadians. Together, we can build management capacity in Indigenous communities and continue to advance reconciliation. 

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