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Intern Blogs

Each Intern is encouraged to keep a Blog of their experiences to share with the Engage North Community. Join us in enjoying their experiences and stories.

2019 Interns

Arjun Khabra

Health and Wellness Intern Dene Tha' First Nation

Arjun is a fourth year Biological Sciences student in the Faculty of Science and a scholar with the Peter Lougheed Leadership College, completing his B.Sc and a Certificate in Interdisciplinary Leadership Studies. After completing his BSc, he plans on pursuing an Masters in Public Health and eventually working in health promotion and policy. He is passionate about science communication, community engagement and human rights. Arjun is a self described optimist and likes to spend his time with his friends and family, reading or being active.

Johnny Oum

Health and Wellness Intern Dene Tha' First Nation

Johnny Oum is a second year student majoring in Urban Planning and Sociology, with a minor in Native Studies.  He is the Beaver First Nation 2010 Lands and Consultation intern.  Johnny would like to pursue Indigenous community planning.  He is inspired by communities and hopes to someday work with Indigenous Services or with a community.  During his spare time, Johnny enjoys walking and finding adventures around the city 

Nolan Cardinal

Health and Wellness Intern Dene Tha' First Nation

Nolan is a first year Environmental and Conservation Sciences Student with the Faculty of Agriculture Life and Environmental Sciences (ALES).  He is working with Dene Tha' First Nation as the Youth and Recreation intern, in the community of Chateh.  He enjoys playing electric guitar during his spare time.

If you are interested in Intern blogs from previous years, please visit them here:

2018 Student Blogs