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Name HILL, ELIZABETH SCHOLARSHIP (full or part-time)
Research Fields TEST First Nations social work mental health aboriginal children families
Categories Aboriginal
Social Work
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Eligibility A scholarship fund is being established at The University of Manitoba to honour the memory of Elizabeth Hill, a faculty member in the Faculty of Social Work from 1983 to 1991, and to acknowledge the outstanding contribution she made as a social worker and academic.
The scholarship is intended to support students with a special interest in mental health services to aboriginal children and their families. Preference will be given to candidates who have contributed to First Nations communities or who show great potential to do so in their future efforts as social workers. Aboriginal students will be self-identified through the admissions process and will require letters of recommendation from members of the First Nations community. Eligible candidates must be registered part-time or full-time in the Social Clinical Stream of the Master of Social Work (MSW) Program and must have direct practice interests with children and/or families. (When doctoral-level studies are available in the Faculty of Social Work, doctoral students with direct practice interests with children and/or families will also be eligible.)
Value available annual interest
Currency Canadian
Tenable at University of Manitoba
Deadlines No deadlines available
Application Details Contact the Faculty of Social Work.

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