Aboriginal Undergraduate Research Assistantships
The Aboriginal Undergraduate Research Assistantships (AURA) are meant to stimulate First Nations, Métis and Inuit students' interest in research and to encourage students to consider pursuing graduate studies. The students will gain research experience, further their insight into their field of study, work with faculty and learn the value of a graduate degree, while earning $13 per hour for full-time work over a 16-week period. The AURA program is competitive and applicants must have a cumulative average of at least 70% and be returning to study at the University of Guelph in a bachelor program in the fall semester immediately after the term of employment.
All disciplines are encouraged to apply. There are two assistantships available for summer 2018.
How to Apply
Submit the following three documents to email@example.com by the deadline of February 1, 2018.
- AURA application (application will be available in December 2017)
- Unofficial transcript (accessed through WebAdvisor)
Once notified, the successful recipients are expected to find a faculty supervisor to work with. If required, the recipient can request assitance from the Associate Vice-President Academic (AVPA) or the Aboriginal Resource Centre by contacting Cara Wehkamp, Manager, Office of Intercultural Affairs and Special Advsior to the Provost on Aboriginal Initiatives at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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