Scholarships and are types of financial assistance for post-secondary education that you don’t have to pay back. Scholarships are usually based soley on merit, while grants typically also take financial need into consideration.
Indigenous Mentorship Network Program - Scholarships and Seed Grants 2019
The Indigenous Mentorship Network of Ontario (Ontario node of the CIHR funded Indigenous Mentorship Network Program) invites applications for scholarships from Indigenous students enrolled in an undergraduate program at an Ontario university. These awards are intended to support Indigenous students who are pursuing academic studies with the future goal of utilizing their degree within an applied Indigenous health community context. All scholarships are considered for a one-year term. Applicants may re-apply for each year of their program; however, awards are limited to two years per degree. The amount will be pro-rated at 50% for part-time students.
The Indigenous Mentorship Network of Ontario (IMN-Ontario) provides financial support for Indigenous post-doctoral fellows and new investigators pursuing research in the area of applied community-based Indigenous health and well-being. Financial support is provided in the form of a research allowance. All seed grants are considered for a one-year term. Post-doctoral fellows and new investigators are eligible to receive a research allowance of up to $5,000 per year. The call for Applications for 2019 Scholarships and Seed Grants is now open.
Applications must be submitted by January 31, 2019.
For more information, please visit http://www.imnp.uwo.ca/opportunities/scholarships_and_seed_grants.html