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June 16, 2016 • Written in Medical Students School Outreach 0 Comments

Tagged with BeADoctor.ca Bursaries First Nations Grants Indigenous Scholarships • Written by Jonathan Koch

A number of Grants, Scholarships and Bursaries are available to Indigenous students pursuing careers in medicine in Alberta:

Government of Canada Indigenous & Northern Affairs

Variety of bursary and scholarship options  

Post-Secondary Student Support Program:

Aboriginal Bursaries Search Tool:

Alberta Government, Alberta Learning Information Service

Variety of funding resources, bursaries and scholarships available for Aboriginal post-secondary students.    

University of Alberta

Various funding sources for Aboriginal students

Aboriginal Multi-Media Society

Offers a Bursary/Scholarship Guide. 

Indspire

Indigenous-led registered charity offering financial support to post-secondary students

Heroes of Our Times Awards

Robert Smallboy Award in Medicine, Assembly of First Nations

Belcourt Brosseau Métis Awards Fund

Edmonton Community Foundation

For Métis students who have resided in Alberta for the last 12 months and have demonstrated financial need.

Alberta’s next generation of physicians now have an important resource to guide them along the path to becoming a doctor.

The new BeADoctor.ca provides students, parents, and Alberta’s high school guidance and career counsellors with the information young Albertans need to know about becoming a doctor.

Created by the Alberta Rural Physician Action Plan (RPAP), the refreshed BeADoctor.ca provides up-to-date information and resources for Alberta students, including new multimedia platforms embedded within a responsive website, enabling web-savvy students to ask questions and make informed choices about careers in medicine.

For more information on BeADoctor.ca and the RPAP School Outreach program, contact a RPAP Community Recruitment Consultant at recruitmentconsultants@rpap.ab.ca


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