The Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians (AIAI) is a Political Territorial Organization (PTO) established in 1969, to represent their seven Member First Nation communities at all levels of government. AIAI represents approximately 20,000 Status Fist Nation people from Batchewana First Nation, Caldwell First Nation, Delaware Nation Moravian of the Thames, Oneida Nation of the Thames, Wahta Mohawks, Hiawatha First Nation, and Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte (Tyendinaga).


The AIAI Health Scholarship Award was created in 1989 to promote and recognize First Nations excellence in a Health or Traditional Healing post-secondary program. Ultimately, we strive to increase the number of First Nations people entering into a health profession as their career goal. The successful applicants (2) will receive the $1000 Health Scholarship and honourable recognition by AIAI’s Grand Chief at the 2017 Annual General Assembly. At the request of the AIAI Chiefs Council two (2) scholarships will be awarded at $1,000.00 each.


  • All applicants must be of First Nation heritage and be a registered band member with one of the seven (7) AIAI Member Nations – Batchewana, Caldwell, Delaware (Moraviantown), Hiawatha, Oneida, Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte (Tyendinaga), and Wahta Mohawks.
  • Applicants can only accept this scholarship as a one time recipient.
  • Applicants must be enrolled as a full-time student in a Health related or Traditional Healing post-secondary program for the 2016/2017 academic school year.
  • Applications Must Include the Following:
  • A self profile describing why you are deserving of such a scholarship.
  • Transcripts displaying your current academics
  • One (1) letter of support from your current program advisor, school counselor, or professor/instructor, etc.

One (1) letter of support from your Administration Office confirming that you are a registered First Nation member of your community.


April 28, 2017
NOTE: Any applications received after the deadline will not be considered.
Reminder: include your contact information: i.e. Return address, email, and phone number.
Submit your application to the attention of:
Suzanne Nicholas, Health and Wellness Coordinator
Association of Iroquois & Allied Indians
387 Princess Ave. London, ON N6B 2A7
Phone: (519) 434-2761 Fax: (519) 675-1053
email: snicholas@aiai.on.ca