CRHESI offers opportunities for researchers at all career stages, community partners, and students, to collaborate, learn from each other, and share their work.
CRHESI Seed Funding Program supports small (< $15K) research and knowledge-translation projects, led by teams affiliated with CRHESI, to specifically address questions related to our theme areas: Poverty and inequality; Discrimination, violence and marginalization;
Working conditions/employment security; Legacies of colonialism and contemporary realities; Health policy and services. Applications are accepted throughout the year, and proceed through an internal review process.
If you are interested in applying for a CRHESI Seed Grant, contact Eugenia Canas, CRHESI Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CRHESI Volunteer Opportunities range from project-based roles, to Community Engaged Learning placements with the Centre. If you are interested in gaining experience in a multi-disciplinary, academic-community environment, you may want to consider attending our meetings and events as a CRHESI volunteer. Together, we can tailor opportunities that ensure both your professional growth and a meaningful contribution to the CRHESI Community. Contact us to find out more.