Student on Ice 20th Anniversary Expedition
Teacher Training is looking for five (5) Inuit teachers, trainees or educators interested in Science education, leadership, and Inuit knowledge of the land. We have the opportunity to send Inuit teachers, trainees or educator in the McGill or UQAT programs who require credits on the annual Students on Ice Arctic expedition from July 5th to July 20th, 2020.

All Candidate must be
- Registered to McGill or UQAT Certificate or Bachelor degree
- Adults who enjoy working with youth and are passionate about the goals of the SOI program.
- Dynamic, enthusiastic, engaging, and comfortable interacting with a large and diverse group of youth;
- Capable of providing guidance to youth who are far from home in a foreign environment;
- Demonstrate an interest in the Polar Regions;
- Possess a passion for learning; leadership qualities and/or potential to develop these qualities; active involvement in the community;
- Submit a clear Police Records Check, including clearance for service with the Vulnerable Sector, from their local police authority;
- Possess a valid passport or be able to complete the process of obtaining a passport;
- Be committed to participate fully in all aspects of the program and assist when needed.
- Participants must be in good health and understand that each expedition is quite active; the education program is designed for participants to engage with nature;
Email *
Name *
Age *
Community Name *
Do you have a current passport? (valid until November 2020) *
Are you registered to McGill or UQAT Certificate or Bachelor degree *
Please list any current health concerns. (Participants must be willing, at the discretion of the school board, to undergo a clinic health check and submit a not from a nurse prior the expedition). *
Have you been a chaperone or other staff member on the educational student trips/camps? If so, please list up to two of you most relevant experiences. *
Why do you want to participate in a Student on Ice expedition? *
What does the Arctic mean to you? How would you share that with others? *
Your culture and language are important parts of your knowledge as an educator. How do you bring Inuit culture and language into your classroom or education practice? *
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