COVID-19 Resources

During these difficult and uncertain times, we hope everyone is staying safe and healthy. The Atlantic-IMN is continuing to work to support Indigenous students in a remote setting and has suspended all face-to-face interactions/events. Please do not hesitate to contact us at should you want to connect with us. 

It is important in these difficult times to remain connected with one another. 

Atlantic IMN COVID-19 Emergency Bursary

 Round 2


The Atlantic Indigenous Mentorship Network is aware that the current COVID-19 pandemic may be impacting our trainees and early career investigators in a variety of ways. This Emergency Relief Bursary is for trainees (this includes Undergraduates, Masters, PhD, and Post-Doc students), along with Early Career Investigators who have been impacted by the current COVID-19 Pandemic. Students who are already enrolled in a program or are accepted into a program for Winter 2021 are eligible to apply. Funding amounts between $500-$1,000 (amount awarded will depend on the number of applicants) are available for Indigenous trainees and early career investigators who express a need through the current pandemic. Priority will be given to individuals who are undertaking Indigenous health research that serves to benefit Indigenous communities in Atlantic Canada. Limited funds are available.


*This funding can be used for but is not limited to: necessities to support housing and subsistence, academic enrolment, home office or technology, childcare, acquiring and/or caring for a pet, registration costs for any personal support resources such as wellness, mental health, and physical activity workshops, or learning courses including traditional language or craft classes.

Applications are due by November 16th, 2020 at 9pm ATL. 


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