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Features six core commitments focused on students, learning, Indigeneity, and EDI

To all members of the JIBC community,

On behalf of JIBC’s Board of Governors, and as we begin a new academic year, I am pleased to share our 2022-2027 Strategic Plan: For the Greater Good, which features six key commitments to ensure JIBC is ready to respond to present-day opportunities and challenges and those of the future:

  1. Putting Students First
  2. Pursuing Education & Training Excellence
  3. Living Indigenous Ways of Thinking, Being, Relating and Doing
  4. Fostering the Success of Our People
  5. Championing Equity, Diversity & Inclusion
  6. Elevating Organizational Effectiveness

Building upon previous strategic plans, For the Greater Good underscores our continuing focus on pursuing education and training excellence. It upholds our obligation to Truth and Reconciliation and establishes JIBC’s first standalone commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion. It also stresses the need to put people first — our students and our staff — to create the most positive learning and working experiences that we can.

Both our newly announced brand identity (LINK) and our strategic plan are designed for the future, and we are excited to see our vision, values and commitments, as symbolized by the JIBC eagle, take flight.   

Kind regards,

Dr. Michel Tarko
President and CEO



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JIBC is a public, post-secondary institution focused on justice and public safety professionals at all stages of their careers in fields including law enforcement, firefighting, paramedicine, security and emergency management. Complementing these programs, the Institute provides instruction in related areas such as conflict resolution, mediation, leadership and counselling, offers graduate studies in cybersecuritybusiness intelligence, and tactical criminal analysis, and conducts applied research in the justice and public safety fields.