New Camp Reaches Indigenous High School Students

Dalhousie University’s Indigenous Health Program works with school boards and organizations (including the Johnson Scholarship Foundation) to increase recruitment and retention of Indigenous students into medicine. As part of the program, the first Kitpu Wise camp was offered this spring in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The camp focused on learning about health careers and postsecondary life while meeting new friends and having fun. Students aged 15-18 … Continue reading New Camp Reaches Indigenous High School Students

Health Events Among Highlights of African Heritage Month at Dalhousie

At Dalhousie University, the Promoting Leadership in Health for African Nova Scotians (PLANS) program has been recognized for its dedication and contribution to the success of Black students in health, among other pioneering pathway programs. Continue reading Health Events Among Highlights of African Heritage Month at Dalhousie

Diversity in Health Professions: 3 Ways Dalhousie is Looking to the Future

Graduation season may be over, but here at the Johnson Scholarship Foundation we’re still enjoying the many stories we hear about students whose lives were transformed because of the scholarships, programs and organizations that we help to fund. As the newest member of the JSF team, I was excited to hear about a milestone for our grantee partner Dalhousie University. The school recently celebrated the … Continue reading Diversity in Health Professions: 3 Ways Dalhousie is Looking to the Future