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									FIRST NATIONS AND INUIT YOUTH EMPLOYMENT STRATEGY – SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM REPORT
DCI Number / Fiscal Year: 434350.FNITP (2008-2009)

Purpose: This report is to support several purposes within the overall accountability and administration
of the program as a whole. It forms part of the reporting requirements for Human Resources
Development Canada and is necessary to support accountability, ongoing performance measurement
and program review.

Reporting Period: For the previous fiscal year ending March 31st

Due Date: March 31st

Helpful Hints:

•   How to obtain forms:
     o You may take a copy of the form from the Recipient Reporting Guide CD provided to the
         recipient administration; or
     o You may download the form from the Recipient Reporting Guide website at
          http://www.ainc-inac.gc.ca/dci/dcilog_e.asp. To log in to the on-line Guide, click on this link or
          copy the link into your computer’s internet browser. When the home page is displayed, select
          your province/territory and then type in the password which is the same as the
          province/territory selected.
     o Users of the First Nations and Inuit Transfer Payment System (FNITP) may download the form
         from the reporting menu in the FNITP system. For further information on how to access
         FNITP, please contact your regional office.
•   How to complete the form:
      o Complete the form electronically and save it, or
      o Print the form and fill it in by hand.
•   How to submit completed reports to INAC:
      o Email, fax or mail the report to your INAC Regional Office.
•   How to check the status of the report submitted:
      o FNITP users may check the status of the submission and acceptance in the FNITP system.
          For further information on how to access FNITP, please contact your regional office.
•   Contact your INAC Funding Services Officer for further information.

Required Supporting Documents: Refer to the program’s specific terms and conditions for any
additional documentation to be submitted.

Program Documentation:
Education Program Manual: http://www.ainc-inac.gc.ca/ps/ys/index_e.html and/or on Recipient
Reporting Guide CD

Program Authority / Applicable Legislation: T.B. Minute #830377 – Department of Indian Affairs
and Northern Development’s Youth Employment Strategy Initiatives.




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Field Definitions:

                    Field                                                           Definition
 Identification
 1.1     First Nation / Community      The official and legal name of the First Nation or Community
         Name                          preparing the report.
 1.2     First Nation / Community      The number assigned by INAC to the First Nation or Community,
         Number                        to a maximum of 5 digits and in the format 99999.
 1.3     Program Contact Given         The given name of the person to be contacted about any
         Name                          questions related to the program report.
 1.4     Program Contact Family        The family name of the person to be contacted about any
         Name                          questions related to the program report.
 1.5     Program Contact Title         The title of the person to be contacted about any questions
                                       related to the program report.
 1.6    Permanent Address              The mailing address of the program contact.
 1.7    Telephone                      The telephone number of the program contact.
 1.8    Email (optional)               The email address of the program contact.
 2. Activities Undertaken – Note that the question numbers correspond to the matching questions from
 the Science and technology Session Evaluation form where the source of data exists.
 2.1    Total number of activities     The total number of science and technology activities undertaken
        undertaken during the year. during the year.

 2.2      Indicate the number of                 The total number of male youth, total number of female youth,
 –        youth who participated in              total number of youth and the total number of youth with
 2.4      Science and Technology                 disabilities. If the form is completed electronically, the total
          Program activities.                    number of youth will be calculated automatically as the sum of
                                                 the number of male youth and the number of female youth.
 2.5   Indicate the number of                    The number of each different type of activity.
       each of the following types               The total of all types should equal the total number of activities
       of activities undertaken.                 undertaken as shown in question 2.1 of the form.
 3. Session Evaluations
 3.1   How interesting were the activities?                      The number of youth who responded in each
                                                                 category.
                                                                 Source: Question 3.1 on the Session Evaluation
                                                                 form.
 3.2      Did the activities meet their                          The number of youth who responded in each
          expectations?                                          category.
                                                                 Source: Question 3.2 on the Session Evaluation
                                                                 form.
 3.3      Did the presenters do a good job?                      The number of youth who responded in each
                                                                 category.
                                                                 Source: Question 3.3 on the Session Evaluation
                                                                 form.
 3.4      As a result of this activity, would youth              The number of youth who responded in each
          like to take more science, math and/or                 category.
          technology courses?                                    Source: Question 3.4 on the Session Evaluation
                                                                 form.
 3.5      What areas of science are youth                        The number of youth who responded in each
          interested in?                                         category.
                                                                 Source: Question 3.5 on the Session Evaluation
                                                                 form.
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 4. Feedback
 4.1   What were the most positive aspects of                    A narrative description of what worked well and
       the program, the biggest challenges and                   what could be done to improve the program.
       your suggestions for improving the                        Source: Questions 4.1 and 4.2 on the Session
       program?                                                  Evaluation forms and other sources of information,
                                                                 such as feedback provided by other individuals and
                                                                 organizations involved in the program.
 5. Financial Information
 5.1 Total amount spent                          The total dollar amount spent on the activity from INAC and other
                                                 funding sources.
 5.2 Total revenue from INAC                     The total amount spent on the program that was received from
                                                 INAC.
 5.3 Revenue from other sources                  The total dollar amount spent on the program that came from
     (if applicable)                             funding sources other than INAC. This amount should equal the
                                                 difference between the total amount spent and the total revenue
                                                 from INAC.
 5.4 Total amount spent to                       The total amount spent on the program to support access for
      support access for disabled                youth participants with self-identified physical and/or learning
      youth                                      disabilities (maximum $3,000 per youth participant).
 Approval Block
 Given Name, Family Name, Title,                 The name and title of the person attesting that the information
 Date                                            provided is accurate to the best of the person’s knowledge and
                                                 the date on which the accuracy of the information was
                                                 acknowledged.

Privacy Statement:

The information you provide in this document is collected under the authority of T.B. Minute #830377
for the purpose of delivering Youth Employment Strategy programs and services. Information on
individuals is used by Indian and Northern Affairs Canada Education employees who need to know the
information in order to respond to your request and/or the program requirements. We share the
information you give us with the department of Human Resources and Social Development. The
personal information will be kept for a period of 5 years and will then be transferred to Library and
Archives Canada. Individuals have the right to the protection of and access to their personal information
under the Privacy Act http://lois.justice.gc.ca/en/P-21/index.html.




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