Outreach Workers will help students address a variety of barriers to school completion
Promoting academic success
Outreach Workers are available, in person or virtually, to support
students on-campus as well as in their home communities. Their role is
to assess students’ needs and help secure appropriate referrals within
their home or school community in a timely manner. As part of the
Learner Services Team, Outreach Workers support the intake and
registration process for admission to Adult Basic Education. Outreach
workers are instrumental in supporting students with the development of
academic and career plans that will act as a guide throughout the
program year. They also faciliate information sessions and workshops
that help applicants with the transition to school.
due to learning, physical or emotional disabilities
to regular attendance
or employment concerns
To find out more about ABE application processes, how to apply for Provincial Training Allowance and what to expect if you are accepted into ABE, contact the Outreach Worker nearest you.
Community Outreach Workers
Our community outreach workers are here to help. Please contact your closest advisor to get started.
Tara Nelson (Melfort and Tisdale Campuses)
Outreach Service to Cumberland College ABE students and the Communities of James Smith Cree Nation and Kinistin Saulteaux Nation