2021 Indigenous Graduate Trainee Stipend
Funding Call Closed
The Atlantic Indigenous Mentorship Network is aware that graduate trainees may experience interruptions, delays or changes while pursuing their post-secondary education and working on their research thesis and/or gaining health research experience. Trainee stipends of up to $2,500 are available for Indigenous graduate trainees enrolled in a 2021/2022 graduate degree program and involved in community-informed and supported health research that serves to benefit Indigenous communities in Atlantic Canada. Funds are limited and subject to budget availability.
Indigenous graduate trainees are eligible to apply if they:
Have experienced an interruption, delay, or change while pursuing their post-secondary education and working on their research thesis and/or gaining health research experience during the 2020/2021 academic year.
Are enrolled in a graduate degree program in the Fall 2021 and/or Winter 2022 academic terms.
Are pursuing the final year of their graduate degree program in a health-related field.
Are pursuing health research that is focused on the health and well-being of Indigenous Peoples within the Atlantic region.
The application form for this opportunity can be accessed here.
Please complete this application and submit via email to email@example.com by December 23rd, 2021 at 9pm ATL.