K-Net Services was invited by Ennis Jacob, Education Director for Webequie Education, to attend their 22nd annual career fair on May 24, 2017. First Nation SchoolNet's Program Admin, Angie Morris used this time to meet with local education personnel to discuss connectivity options and meet one another after working electronically together all these years. K-Net used this opportunity at the career fair to provide information on programs such as First Nation SchoolNet. It was also a chance to highlight the telecommunications services we provide to communities across the province.
As the Regional Management Office for Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) Keewaytinook Okimakanak - KNet Services (KO-KNet) we invite you to submit your school's connectivity costs for the year so we can reimburse your school administration. This service is for First Nation Schools that are NOT currently on our Nationwide Broadband Network. Your school is eligible if your internet provider is a different I.S.P company other than KNet. Upon receiving your school's invoices, we will evaluate what we can reimburse.
RE: YOUTH EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY UNTIL MARCH 31, 2017
Keewaytinook Okimakanak - KNET Services (KO-KNet) has an employment opportunity for a local youth to participate in our Youth ICT Employment Program.
The Youth ICT Worker Program is available from now until Friday, March 31, 2017. Click on the attachment for more information.