AMMSA

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AMMSAAboriginal Multi-Media Society of Alberta (Canada)
AMMSAAssociation of Mine Managers of South Africa
AMMSAAlliance for Microgravity Materials Science and Applications (Washington, DC)
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AMMSA is recognised as a Voluntary Association by the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA), which provides some influence in terms of the accreditation of learning materials and institutions and strengthens the Association's role with regard to registration matters.
Three years later, AMMSA Newspaper was renamed Windspeaker and news coverage grew from northern Alberta to western Canada and finally, in 1993 on its tenth anniversary, Windspeaker became Canada's first national Aboriginal publication.
The content of AMMSA items covers the following categories (Gerger et al., 2007, p.
AMMSA is pleased to offer an annual Bursary/ Internship Award to an Aboriginal student to further their education in communications specializing in broadcasting and/or journalism.
Be First Nations, Inuitor Metis, hold permanent Canadian resident status and have in Alberta Be enrolled in the 2nd year (or beyond) of a Canadian post secondary Journalism or Radio & Television Arts Program or Equivalent Certified Training Program (as recognized by Alberta Learning) and be able to produce a transcript of grades from the 1 st year Be available to participate in a 4 week internship program at AMMSA at the completion of the school year.
AMMSA is pleased to offer an annual Bursary/Internship Award to an Aboriginal student to further their education in communications specializing in broadcasting and/or journalism.
A board of directors was formed who were knowledgeable and anxious to work with us, and when we were given approval in March, we were ready to go and produced our first issue in a week," said Crowfoot, publisher and chief executive officer of AMMSA.
Windspeaker is part of the publishing arm of AMMSA, which also includes Alberta Sweetgrass, Saskatchewan Sage, Raven's Eye for British Columbia and Ontario Birchbark.
Doreen Cardinal, 44 Saddle Lake (First job) It was with AMMSA and I'm still here and I just keep coming back.
He was approved in early March 1983, and the first issue of AMMSA was created in the boardroom of the Secretary of State and published on March 18, 1983.
It seems just like yesterday that we were submitting our proposal to establish the Aboriginal Multi-Media Society (AMMSA) and its fledgling newspaper--later to be named Windspeaker.