The National Student Network (NSN) strives to be an active, relevant, and supportive community network that empowers youth across Canada
Student insights, articles and analyses shared with the country.
Our first Spotlight of 2019 features Angelina Ge, a first year science student at the University of British Columbia, who also serves as an NSN Regional Ambassador. A recipient of the Burnaby Youth Citizenship Award, Angelina has served as an executive on numerous committees, including the director of the Sleep Tight club. In our interview,
As a new semester dawns upon us, a new cohort of eager and motivated students begin their journey of professional school, in hopes of becoming (but not limited to) future physicians, lawyers, pharmacists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, social workers, audiologists, speech language pathologists…to name a few. We have often completed an undergraduate degree. Some have had
The National Student Network (NSN) has had a productive 2018- over the last year, we welcomed our new webmaster, Valerian Clerc, a McGill student, to our team! We’ve worked to build our Regional Ambassador team and in the latter half of the year, we’ve focused our efforts on collaborations with the Foundation for Student Science
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Hear what you can do as a member of the National Student Network:
Find hundreds of opportunities that get you involved! Our database is intuitively designed and always up-to-date.Danny Huang
Meet aspiring young professionals. Get advice from those who has been in your shoe and propel your own endeavours forward!Jessie Wang
Share your insight and speak to a national audience. Read articles ranging from news analysis to university must-knows.Jenny Lou
We empower youth across Canada to become responsible leaders who are at the forefront of making a social difference.Jackie Ha
Lead a national effort to enhance learning at a national level through sharing and being involved in the community.Natalie Ashton