Call for Membership for the HELP's Aboriginal Steering Committee

HELP’s Aboriginal Steering Committee (ASC) currently has vacancies for Aboriginal members.

The ASC provides research guidance in contexts relevant to Aboriginal peoples, programs, and policies. The committee is made up of community members of Aboriginal ancestry who share a common interest in the early experiences of Aboriginal children. The ASC plays a significant role in ensuring that HELP’s research has meaning for, and is consistent with, Aboriginal communities' objectives and intentions.

To learn more about how to become a member, please click here. For more information about our ASC please visit our Aboriginal Engagement web page or email our Aboriginal Community Liaison Coordinator, Kimberley Bayer.