Dartmouth-Manitoba Research Internship

The Manitoba Inuit Association (MIA) invites applications from sophomores and juniors to assist with on-going research efforts. This may include working towards the creation of health and wellbeing programs designed by Inuit for Inuit and/or other research programs developed by MIA. Specific activities may include doing literature search, preparing summaries and presentations, attending meetings, assisting with proposal writing and community-based activities.  The Manitoba Inuit Association is based in Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada. Manitoba is a province of 1.4M peoples, 20% are of Indigenous ancestry. Winnipeg is known for its arts and food culture. 

This opportunity is co-sponsored by the Institute of Arctic Studies in the Dickey Center and the Native American and Indigenous Studies department at Dartmouth.


Details & Requirements

LOCATION: University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

DURATION: 8-10 weeks 


This is an internship that is available on a quarterly basis. Deadlines for future internships will be updated here.

Currently, we are accepting applications for Fall Internships.

Applications for Spring projects will be due on WEDNESDAY,  July 24, 2024 at 4:00 PM.

FUNDING: The standard award given for internships requiring travel is up to $5,500.

ELIGIBILITY: To be eligible for funding, you must have an "L term" (Leave Term) status with the College.

APPLICATION: To apply for funding, complete the Arctic-Environment Remote Internship online application by the deadline.

Please apply here.

This is a generic application for the Arctic-Environment Internships, please indicate you are applying for the Dartmouth-Manitoba Internship. If you are interested in our other Arctic-Environment Internships, please find them here. Note: You may apply for more than one Arctic-Environment Opportunity at a time. Please specific your first and second choice of opportunity.

ITEMS TO SUBMIT WITH YOUR APPLICATION: You are required to submit a statement of interest, a writing sample (1-3 page) and your resume/CV with your application at the time of submission. These are uploaded directly from within the online application. 

Expressions of interest and questions may be directed to Arctic Program Manager, Sanaa K. Siddiqi.