Governed by the Okanagan Indian Educational Resources Society
February 21 & 22, 2024 En'owkin will be closed for Professional Development. We will re-open Friday February 23rd.
Please Note Wednesday Feb. 21 & Thursday Feb. 22nd the En'owkin Centre will be closed for Professional Development. We will re-open Friday Feb 23rd, 2024
General Office Hours: Monday - Friday 9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
En'owkin Centre is now open to the general public. Visitors please sign in at the front desk at our South Entrance. Our receptionist will be happy to assist you.
All courses are delivered virtually (on-line.)
The En'owkin Centre is a registered Private Post Secondary Institute and member of The Indigenous Adult and Higher Learning Association (IAHLA).
For More information on our nsylixcen Language Fluency Certificate- Diploma program laddering towards the Bachelor of nsyilxcen Language Fluency Program please contact: Suzanne Johnson, MSc. - Academic Programs Manager
For more information on our National Indigenous Professional Artist Training Program please contact: Tracey Kim Bonneau- Executive Manager Arts, Culture & Adult Higher Learning
Colours of Spirit, Literary Readings & Performances
RE-Emergence of the People Showcase
Spring Course Schedule 2024
Academic Calendar 2023 - 2024
Job Posting Accounting Manager - OPEN UNTIL FILLED
Download PDF - nsyilxcen Language Fluency Certficate Diploma Program
Programs and departments of the En'owkin Centre
A two year professional artist training certificate program designed to protect and preserve Indigenous world-view and arts expressions in a traditional heritage format utilizing interdisciplinary works with contemporary practice.
Accredited in affilation with Nicola Valley Institute of Technology (NVIT) this new program ladders towards the Bachelor of Nsyilxcen Language Fluency (BNLF)
The Foundations Indigenous Fine Arts Progam is accredited in affilation with the University of Victoria This Program ladders towards a Bachelor of Fine Arts.
This program, in affiliation with Nicola Valley Institute of Technology (NVIT), is designed to validate cultural aspirations and identity as well as to motivate academic excellence.
This program is for Indigenous learners who choose to explore university-level courses with out the requirement of registering into a degree program.
The South Okanagan Restorative Justice Program seeks to ensure the restoration of balance within each of the four South Okanagan communities that are affected by crime.
brings together lands & learning, conservation & culture through guided interpretive programs on a 100- hectare site located on the West side of the Okanagan River Floodplain located in Penticton, British Columbia, Canada.
In partnership with University of Victoria's department of Linguistics, the Division of Continuing Studies and the En'owkin Centre.
En'owkin Faculty is comprised of scholars professional artists, writers, facilitators and indigenous peoples