Warnings continue against Native Education and Training College

By David Briggs  Local Journalism Initiative reporter “They ignore me all the time and when I try to phone them, they just hang up on me.” So explained Chelsea Marois, speaking of her experiences with North Bay’s Native Education and Training College. BayToday recently wrote about the private career college, which has been locked out of its McIntyre Street office due to unpaid rent, and detailed allegations from a student and former instructor. Marois has had similar experiences – after paying tuition for an online PSW program, she could not access the course. When she reaches out to the school’s owners and administrators, Larry, Waylon and Lee Stewart, she receives no solutions, if she receives an answer at all. In January, Marois enrolled in the program. Her and her mother…

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