The Indigenous Mentorship Network of the Pacific Northwest

The Indigenous Mentorship Network of the Pacific Northwest is a network of Indigenous and allied students, researchers, academics, professionals and communities across British Columbia and the Yukon. Our Mentors and Mentees have expertise in Indigenous wellness research. Our understanding of wellness is holistic, encompassing a broad range of disciplines and methodologies that contribute to well-being among Indigenous peoples and communities.

If you are a student at UBC interested in becoming a part of the IMN-PN as a mentor or a mentee, please submit a completed application form to

Funding for undergraduate and graduate students is available through the IMN-PN, for research expenses, partnerships, travel, and professional development. The current call for applications closes on February 1st, 2019. For more information on IMN-PN funding, please see the IMN-PN website.

The IMN-PN is funded by the Canadian Institute for Health Research (CIHR).

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