TRACKS is TRent Aboriginal Cultural Knowledge and Science, a youth program run through the Indigenous Environmental Studies department of Trent University and under the umbrella of the Kawartha World Issues Centre.

TRACKS offers summer camp experiences at Trent University and in First Nations communities during the summer months, as well as community outreach and school outreach activities all year in the Peterborough and surrounding areas. All of our programming is fun, hands-on, experiential, and combines both Indigenous knowledge and scientific principles.


TRACKS opportunities

TRACKS is excited to share the following call for applications for six new summer positions available through Canada Summer Jobs. Three position will be available within our Outreach and Education program and three will be available through Oshkwazin Youth Leadership program. Please distribute widely through your networks. Applications will remain open until filled with the expectation of July 2nd start date. Please email trackscamp@gmail.com with any questions!

2018 Oshkwazin Youth Program Development Position

2018 TRACKS Outreach Program Instructor and Curriculum Developer Position



TRACKS in the media

The Peterborough Examiner: “TRACKS camp explores First Nations culture, history and science”
The Peterborough Examiner: “Day camp blends cultural knowledge with scientific concepts”
SNAPD Peterborough: “Celebrating National Aboriginal Day”

TRACKS strives to be an accessible program. We welcome all participants and want to make sure our activities are suitable to everyone’s abilities. For copies of our material in accessible format, please contact trackscamp@gmail.com