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CHAIR - The Board of Governors of Keyano College

Honourable Marlin Schmidt, Minister of Advanced Education is seeking applications from individuals interested in serving as Chair of the Board of Governors of Keyano College.  Appointment is for a term of up to three years, and members may be eligible for re-appointment at the end of their first term.

If you are interested in this unique opportunity, please complete the application profile and apply online at

Please look for Job ID #430-AE.

Brad Callihoo

Brad Callihoo

Chief Executive Officer | Fort McMurray #468 First Nation

As Chief Executive Officer for the Fort McMurray #468 First Nation, Brad Callihoo brings the unique perspective of the educational needs specific to First Nations communities in our region.  Brad previously worked in industry as an Aboriginal Liaison, giving him the opportunity to serve on both sides of the table to establish and build relationships.  From Keyano College’s perspective, these partnerships position him well for ensuring the College is providing relevant training to its students and in particular, its aboriginal population, to prepare them for long-term success within their region.

As a football coach, Brad has been actively involved in the positive development of youth in our region through sport.  His continued involvement through participation on the Keyano College Board of Governors displays his strong commitment to the betterment of our youth through advanced education.