Meet Mel.

Aaniin! My name is Melvin Peltier, Odawa from Wikwemikoong Unceded Territory. I am an Alumni of Sault College’s School of Natural Environment. I am your Indigenous Student Recruiter at Sault College.  

My main role is to engage with our First Nations, Métis & Inuit (FNMI) Students throughout high schools and communities across Ontario and parts of Quebec. I’d love the opportunity to connect with potential students and help them explore educational opportunities that will lead them to discover their true program passion.  

Some of my favourite things to see and do on campus are:

Wearing a colourful costume, an indigenous male dances at a pow wow.
Culture and Diversity
The Sault College POW-WOW during Bon Soo Winter Carnival Celebrations.
Students looking and smiling at camera
Welcoming our Indigenous Students
Welcoming Indigenous Groups of Students from remote first nations communities like Pikangikum, Attawapiskat, and Sandy Lake along with our local area FNMI Community members and organizations. Bringing you on our campus tours and visiting our Indigenous Student Services Dept. also known as Enjimaawnjiding Centre. (If we happen to tour on Wednesday, the tour is in for a treat for free lunch during Soup and Bannock Day!).
President giving diploma to our graduates
Graduation Day!
I love seeing our students cross the stage at our Convocation event!
Plate of food
Gourmet To Go
Experiencing high end restaurant foods at the fraction of the price at our Culinary Schools - Gourmet to Go!

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