Through his internship, Jordan has been responsible for assisting with coordination of a variety of Tulı́t'a-based research projects including the Strong People, Strong Communities gender research results workshop, and the first two Dene Ts'ı̨lı̨ School sessions (Summer and Fall sessions). On International Youth Day 2017, Jordan was recognized by the Canadian Commission for UNESCO as a youth working to build peace through his work with Trails in Tandem, an outdoor education organization. A Sahtú beneficiary from Tulı́t'a, Jordan graduated from Mackenzie Mountain School in Norman Wells, in 2016. Jordan is interested in youth leadership having a regional impact, and has done a number of radio interviews and public presentations about youth perspectives and visions for the future. He wants to learn more about wildlife management, become more involved in Indigenous issues, and find a career he can aspire toward through these experiences.