Our Services

CAREER CENTER

The main objective of the Careers is to help support the people of Frog Lake First Nation by providing opportunities in training and employment. It is committed to helping members become self sufficient, productive members by enhancing their employability dimensions such as career decision making, employment maintenance and skills enhancement and development.

Frog Lake Careers Program

Mailing Address:
General Delivery
Frog Lake, Alberta
T0A1M0


Phone: 780-943-2411
Fax: 780-943-3090
Contact information:
Business: 780-943-2411
Fax: 780-943-2293

 

Staff Contact:
Shirley Moocheweinies – Program Director- Email: shirleymoocheweinies@froglake.ca

Joe T. Quinney – Elder
Head Custodian: George Moocheweinies
Vivian McGilvery

Funding Application Requirements

Please include the following when applying for Post Secondary Funding:

  1. Letter of Acceptance from an approved College or University
  2. Photocopy of your Indian Status, proof of you FLFN Band Membership
  3. Program information: Cost of program, length of program, year of study, necessary fees
  4. Completed funding application form

Funding Application Deadline:
Fall Semester (September start) – May 15
Winter Semester (January start) – November 15

Cheque Distribution:
Post Secondary Student Cheques will be released on the first of every month. If the first falls on a weekend, cheques will be distributed on the following Monday

Download Post Secondary Funding Application (PDF)
Download Frog Lake Careers Program Policy & Guidelines (PDF)

Norman C. Quinney Education and Training Centre

Programs Offered

Continuing Education Initiative:

Essential Skills for Trades including but limited too

  1. Carpentry
  2. Electrician
  3. Plumbing
  4. Tin Smithing

Career Exploration of job Readiness

Employability Skills:

  1. Prepare for Employment
  2. Job Skills
  3. Resume Building

Academic Upgrading up too Level 400

University Transfer Program (Online Courses)

Class 1 Truck Transport includes:

  1. 45 hours Theory
  2. 28 hours Practical Driving

Students advance through Practical Exercises involving: Rural and Urban Traffic circuits under Actual Driving Conditions.

Class 5 training in conjunction with Frog Lake Social Development Program

 

CHIEF & COUNCIL

Band members grant power to an elected Chief and Council, which form the political arm for Frog Lake First Nations, to govern the land and property of the membership.

Chief and Council deal with governance and policy issues in the community. Supported by the administrative function, the Chief and Council’s responsibilities include program and service delivery, financial management, policy development, and planning and control systems. They negotiate with the federal government and work to increase federal funding and bring new money and programs into the community.

Band members grant power to an elected Chief and Council, which form the political arm for Frog Lake First Nations, to govern the land and property of the membership.

Chief and Council deal with governance and policy issues in the community. Supported by the administrative function, the Chief and Council’s responsibilities include program and service delivery, financial management, policy development, and planning and control systems. They negotiate with the federal government and work to increase federal funding and bring new money and programs into the community.

The Chief and Council invite you to make yourself heard.

Chief Greg Desjarlais                                                               
780-227-5711 gregdesjarlais@froglake.ca

Portfolio

Health and Wellness

Tribal Chiefs Ventures

Administration

Stoney Dion, Council
780-547-5817  stoneydion@froglake.ca

Portfolio

Post Secondary

Human Resource Development

Youth and Recreation

Health and Wellness

Jason Quinney, Council
780-645-1072  jasonquinney@froglake.ca

Portfolio

Public Works

Social Development/FCSS

Economic Development


Cliffton Cross, Council
780-614-7400  clifftoncross@froglake.ca

Portfolio

Education

Daycare

Youth and Recreation

TCCFES

Billy Quinney, Council
780-614-7459  billyquinney@froglake.ca

Portfolio

Education

TCCFES


Preston Faithful, Council
780-614-7655  prestonfaithful@froglake.ca

Portfolio

Public Works

Social Development/FCSS

Careers and Training

Human Resource Development

Employment and Training (TCV)


Chief and Council want to know what you think. You are always welcome to speak directly to your elected representatives. You can reach the Chief or any councilor through the band office at 780-943-3737

Your Opinion Counts!

EDUCATION

The Frog Lake Education Authority is a First Nation managed system in the Nation of Frog Lake, Alberta. The Authority oversees the operation of Chief Napaeweaw Comprehensive School, Outreach, Post-secondary, Lily Pad Daycare, Aboriginal Head Start, and Student Transportation.

  • The Board of Directors is a five member board with Governing Status consisting of a Chairperson, a Vice-Chair, three other members and two council portfolio representatives with an ex-officio status and they are as follows:
  • Chairman – Clarence Faithful
  • Vice-Chair – Carlos Stanley
  • Secretary – Herb Stanley
  • Treasurer – Georgina Seeseequasis
  • Board member – Doris Okanee
  • Ex-Officio – Councilor Cliffton Cross
  • Ex-Officio – Councilor Billy Quinney
The Frog Lake Education authority does have a mandate from Chief and Council to begin the process of embedding a strong Cree Cultural Curriculum which surrounds the history of our Nation, our people and our Contributions to the standing Treaty 6 agreement with the Crown.