External Scholarships and Bursaries C-D

Legend  
 

 

         Designated for students of Aboriginal ancestry  

            Designated for students with a disability


CAL CALLAHAN MEMORIAL BURSARY

AVAILABLE TO:  Children or legal wards of persons who derive their principal income from the Pipeline Industry and whose Employers are members of the Pipe Line Contractors Association of Canada, and must be enrolled in first year studies in a full program leading to a degree, diploma, or certificate in any field, at a recognized university or college in Canada.

APPLICATIONS FROM:
Pipe Line Contractors Association of Canada
Suite 201, 1075 North Service Road West,     
Oakville, ON, L6M 2G2
TELEPHONE:  (905) 847-9383, Fax:  (905) 647-7824  E-MAIL:  info@pipeline.ca

WEBSITE: http://www.pipeline.ca


CALUM ROSS MORTGAGE

AMOUNT: $1500

AVAILABLE TO: Canadian and U.S. citizens or permanent residents with a minimum GPA of 3.0 and enrolled in a Canadian or U.S. university or college for Fall 2014

WEBSITE: www.calumross.com/scholarship/

DEADLINE: July 30


CANADIAN CENTRE FOR OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY

Dick Martin Scholarship Award

AVAILABLE TO: Students registered, full or part time, in occupational health and safety-related programs at Canadian colleges and universities. The program must lead to an OH&S certificate, diploma or degree.

APPLICATIONS: Entirely online. Application package must include a completed application form, cover letter and original essay.

DEADLINE TO APPLY: January 31, 2014

WEBSITE: www.ccohs.ca/scholarship/


CANADA COUNCIL FOR THE ARTS

Endowments and Prizes

The Endowments and Prizes Section of the Canada Council for the Arts administers over 70 annual prizes, fellowships and awards to Canadian artists and scholars for their contributions to the arts, humanities and sciences in Canada.  Many of these prizes are privately endowed and are given in perpetuity in memory of the donors. Others, such as the Governor General’s Literary Awards are both funded and administered by the Canada Council for the Arts.

Grant Program

The Canada Council for the Arts offers a broad range of grants and services to professional Canadian artists and arts organizations in dance, media arts, music, theatre, writing and publishing, interdisciplinary work and performance art, and the visual arts.  All programs are accessible to Aboriginal artists or arts organizations, and artists or arts organizations from diverse cultural or regional communities. 

For a complete listing of grant programs, and to download application forms, visit the Canada Council for the Arts

WEBSITE: www.canadacouncil.ca/


CanWest Global System Broadcasters of the Future Awards

The CanWest System "Broadcasters of the Future" Awards are a series of scholarships, internships and mentorship programs designed to encourage and aid talented and enthusiastic Canadians toward establishing or furthering careers in the Canadian broadcasting system.  Please contact Global Television Network at 1-800-387-8001 for more information.   

 

The CanWest Global Awards are:

 Aboriginal Peoples' Internship Award

This annual internship offers an Aboriginal Canadian a challenging opportunity to work in private television, in pursuit of a career in broadcasting. The Award places the Award Recipient in a 4-month paid internship at one of our Global Television stations for the Summer. In addition, the Award covers transportation, hotel and attendance expenses at the Canadian Association of Broadcasters annual convention in November, where the Award will be presented.  


 Scholarship-Internship Award for a Canadian with a Physical Disability

This annual Scholarship-Internship Award is offered to a Canadian student with a mobility impairment and provides educational assistance as well as a challenging opportunity to work in private television, in pursuit of a career in broadcasting. The Award, covers tuition fees* and textbooks* for one full scholastic year of a radio/television arts program or journalism program at a recognized Canadian university or college, commencing in the Fall.  The Award also includes a three or four month paid internship at any one of the Global Television stations for the summer. In addition, the Award covers transportation, hotel and attendance expenses at the Canadian Association of Broadcasters annual convention in November, where the Award will be presented.
*as determined by the specific university or college couse outline and as approved by Global Television.


Scholarship Award for a Canadian Visible Minority Student

This annual scholarship is offered to a Canadian student from a self-identified visible minority and provides educational assistance towards the pursuit of a career in broadcasting.  The Award, covers tuition fees* and textbooks* for one full scholastic year of a radio and television arts program or journalism program at a recognized Canadian university or college, commencing in the Fall. In addition, the Award covers transportation, hotel and attendance expenses at the Canadian Association of Broadcasters annual convention, where the Award will be presented.
*as determined by the specific university or college couse outline and as approved by Global Television.


CANADIAN FEDERATION OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN: COMOX VALLEY BURSARY

AVAILABLE TO:  A female graduate of a Comox Valley high school who has completed at least one year of study in an accredited course at a Canadian university or community college.

APPLICATIONS FROM:
Sites.google.com/site/cfuwcv
E-MAIL:  cbye1@hotmail.com
By Mail: Carol Bye, #901 Timberline Drive, Campbell River, BC, V9H 0A8


CANADIAN FEDERATION OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN:  Parksville/Qualicum

CFUW Parksville/Qualicum Memorial Award

AVAILABLE TO:  Women from the Parksville/Qaulicum area, District 69 who is entering their 2nd year of study or beyond in a university academic programme, and have been accepted by a Canadian University.


James Craig Reid Memorial Scholarship

AVAILABLE TO: A student who must have graduated from a secondary school in District 69 (the Parksville/Qualicum area) OR have lived within the area for at least three years.  Candidates should be entering at least their fourth year of study in a university course.  Preference shall be given to candidates in the faculties of Music, Fine Arts or Liberal Arts, or Education (specializing in those areas).


Mature Woman's Bursary

AVAILABLE TO: A mature female student from the Parksville/Qualicum area, District 69.  She must have been out of school for at least two years and have been accepted to the school or university of her choice.

APPLICATIONS FROM:
Secretary, J.C. Reid Memorial Scholarship Trust
CFUW - Parksville/Qualicum
PO Box 113
Qualicum Beach, BC  V9K 1S7
EMAIL: cfuw@shaw.ca

WEBSITE: www.cfuwpq.ca/scholarship/index.html


CANADIAN FEDERATION OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN: SOUTH DELTA BURSARY

AVAILABLE TO :  Women students twenty years or older who are beginning or continuing post-secondary studies at a college or university. Candidates must be residents of South Delta (Tsawwassen/Ladner) OR have graduated from South Delta Secondary School or Delta Secondary School (Tsawwassen and Ladner Secondary Schools).

APPLICATIONS FROM:
CFUW of South Delta
722 Tsawwassen Beach Road
Delta, B.C.  V4M 2J3
TELEPHONE:  (604) 943-8095 
EMAIL: mastone@dccnet.com


CANADIAN FORCES PERSONNEL ASSISTANCE FUND (EDUCATION ASSISTANCE LOAN PROGRAM)

AVAILABLE TO:   Serving and former members and their dependants (the member must have served in the Canadian Army after 1st October 1946, or in the Canadian Forces after 31 January 1968, and have a minimum of one year Regular Force military service) to assist with costs of post secondary education.

APPLICATIONS FROM:
Canadian Forces Base Financial Counsellors, or district office of Veterans Affairs Canada, or Provincial Command Offices of The Royal Canadian Legion or by writing:

Canadian Forces Personnel Assistance Fund
234 Laurier Avenue West,
Ottawa, Ontario
K1P 6K6
TELEPHONE:  (613) 760-3447 or 1-888-753-9828 
EMAIL: cfpaf@cfpsa.com


CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS

AVAILABLE TO:  A second year full-time student in an accredited survey science program (the program must have a Geographic information Systems, Cartographic, Land or Hydrographic Survey component) in a university or technological college anywhere in Canada. 

WEBSITE: www.hydrography.ca

SUBMIT APPLICATIONS TO:
Barry M. Lusk, Manager
Canadian Hydrographic Association Award Program
4719 Amblewood Drive
Victoria, BC, Canada  V8Y 2S2
TELEPHONE: (250) 858-1836  
FAX: (250) 658-2036 
EMAIL:  luskbm@telus.net



CANADIAN METEOROLOGICAL AND OCEANOGRAPHIC SOCIETY (CMOS) UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS


AVAILABLE TO:  Third year students who are Canadian citizens or landed immigrants planning a career in atmospheric, hydrological, oceanographic or limnological sciences.  Students

WEBSITE:  www.cmos.ca/scholarshipse.html

APPLICATION TO:
Executive Director CMOS
PO Box 3211 STN D
Ottawa, Ontario  K1P 6H7
TELEPHONE:  (613 990-0300
FAX:  (613) 990-1617
E-MAIL:  CMOS@cmos.ca


 CANADIAN NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR THE BLIND (CNIB) AWARDS

Many awards are designed to assist directly with formal education and others for more general assistance with equipment, support and life experiences.

F.J.L. Woodcock/Sir Arthur Pearson Association of War Blinded Scholarship Foundation

AVAILABLE TO:  Students who have not more than 20/70 vision after corrections, and who are continuing either their vocational or academic education at the post-secondary level.  Students should have a high degree of motivation, a reasonable level of achievement, and find the scholarship of assistance. 

APPLICATIONS TO:
Selection Committee
Attn: Shampa Bose
F.J.L. Woodcock/Sir Arthur Pearson Association of War Blinded Scholarship Foundation
1929 Bayview Avenue
Toronto, Ontario  M4G 3E8
TELEPHONE:  416-486-2500 ext. 7622 or speak name
FAX:  416-480-7000
E-MAIL: shampa.bose@cnib.ca

Walter and Wayne Gretzky Scholarship Foundation for the Blind Youth of Canada

AVAILABLE TO:  Students who are:  blind or visually impaired; a graduate from secondary school entering their first year of post-secondary education; a Canadian citizen or have held landed immigrant status for one year prior to the date of application. 

Completed applications should be mailed to:
Kim Kohler
Wayne and Walter Gretzky Scholarship Foundation
955256 Canning Road
R.R. 2, Paris, Ontario N3L 3E2
TELEPHONE:  (519) 458-8665
FAX:  (519) 458-8609
EMAIL:  Kim.Kohler@cnib.ca


Scholarship for BC Students with Visual Impairments

AVAILABLE TO:  A graduating student who best exemplifies leadership activities and community service.  

For further information and application forms for the JHLT-VI Scholarships contact:
Anne Wadsworth
Manager, Provincial Resource Centre for the Visually Impaired
TELEPHONE:  (604) 269-2205
FAX:  (604) 261-0778
EMAIL:  awadsworth@prcvi.org


The Barney Danson Bursary

AVAILABLE TO:  A Canadian student with vision loss for the purpose of attending a Canadian post-secondary institution. 

Completed applications should be mailed to:
Ms. Shampa Bose
Research Coordinator
Barney Danson Bursary
1929 Bayview Avenue
Toronto, Ontario M4G 3E8
TELEPHONE:  (416) 486-2500 ext. 7622
FAX:  (416) 480-7000
EMAIL:  shampa.bose@cnib.ca

CNIB WEBSITE: http://www.cnib.ca


CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS

CN offers scholarships for children of CN employees and pensioners, scholarships for children with disabilities and safety scholarships. 

In Canada, CN also offers aboriginal awards and scholarships for women who pursue non-traditional careers.

For more information, please visit the CN Website.

WEBSITE: www.cn.ca/en/careers/jobs-scholarships-more


CANADIAN SCANDINAVIAN FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS FOR STUDIES AND RESEARCH IN SCANDINAVIA

The Canadian Institute for Nordic Studies
The INS offers Undergraduate Summer Bursaries, valued at $750.00. The competition is open to Canadian citizens and landed immigrants enrolled in an undergraduate language course in Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, or Swedish at a Canadian university or college. The bursary is tenable at any recognized summer programme offering language and/or culture courses in a Scandinavian language in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, or Sweden.

CSF Longer Term Study Grants

These are study grants valued at Canadian $2,000 each; set up in order to help defray travel expenses incurred during a longer study/research visit to Scandinavian destinations (one semester or more).  Thus, the successful candidate must have additional means at her/his disposal for carrying out the intended study/research enterprise. 

CSF Shorter Study Grants

These are study grants valued at Canadian $500 each; set up in order to help defray travel expenses incurred during a shorter study/research visit to Scandinavian destinations )e.g. a summer language course).  Thus, the successful candidate must have additional means at her/his disposal for carrying out the intended study/research enterprise.

APPLICATIONS FROM :  

WEBSITE: www.canada-scandinavia.ca/CSFGrants.htm


CANADIAN SOCIETY OF EXPLORATION GEOPHYSICISTS SCHOLARSHIPS

AVAILABLE TO:  Students pursuing a course of studies directed toward a career in exploration Geophysics in industry, teaching, or research. An applicant may be either an undergraduate student whose grades are above average or a graduate student. 

APPLICATIONS FROM:

WEBSITE: www.cseg.ca

Send completed applications to:
Scholarship Committee
Canadian Society of Exploration Geophysicists
600, 640 - 8th Ave S.W.
Calgary, Alberta T2P 1P7
TELEPHONE:  403-262-0015
FAX: 403-262-7383 


CANADIAN HOSPITALITY FOUNDATION

Provides financial assistance to deserving students fulfill their dreams of college or university education in preparation for careers in the foodservice-hospitality industry. 

Canadian Academy of Travel & Tourism Scholarships
Post Secondary:  Culinary Scholarships
Post Diploma/Graduate Scholarships
Post- secondary Hospitality Scholarships

APPLICATIONS:
Canadian Hospitality Foundation
300 Adelaide Street East, #339
Toronto, Ontario   M5N 1N1
TELEPHONE:  (416) 363-3401  
FAX: (416) 363-3403 
E-MAIL:  chf@theohi.ca

WEBSITE:  www.chfscholarships.com


CANADIAN WESTERN AGRIBITION SCHOLARSHIPS

AVAILABLE TO:  Students who have participated in Canadian Western Agribition as an exhibitor.  Eligible exhibitor activities include all live-stock classes, 4-H classes, grain and forage classes and active trade exhibit/participation.

APPLICATIONS FROM: 
Canadian Western Agribition
Box 3535
Regina, Saskatchewan, S4P 3J8
TELEPHONE:  (306) 565-0565
FAX:  (306) 757-9963 
EMAIL:  agribition@sk.sympatico.ca


CANHELP LOAN PROGRAM

The Canadian Higher Education Loan Program (CanHELP) was developed to provide funding for Canadian students studying in the United States and abroad.  

For information and application forms, see the CanHELP website.

WEBSITE: www.iefc.com


 CENTENNIAL FLAME RESEARCH AWARD FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES

AVAILABLE TO:  Any Canadian citizen with a disability wishing to conduct research.

APPLICATIONS FROM: 
Centennial Flame Research Award for Persons with Disabilities Clerk
Standing Committee on Human Resources Development  and the Status of Persons with Disabilities
House of Commons
Ottawa, ON K1A 0A6
TELEPHONE: 613-996-1542
TTY: 613-943-8399
FAX: 613-996-1962

WEBSITE:  www.neads.ca/   Or:  www.parl.gc.ca


CEREBRAL PALSY ASSOCIATION OF BC

AMOUNT: 10 awards @ $1000 each

AVAILABLE TO: A student 17 years and older, with Cerebral Palsy, that is currently enrolled in an institution of higher learning and is planning to continue their studies the following term.

WEBSITE: www.bccerebralpalsy.com

DEADLINE: July 18


C.G.A. SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

The CGA-BC Educational Foundation annually awards a number of scholarships to CGA-BC students. Awards are presented to students with the highest exam mark, during an academic year.

APPLICATIONS FROM:
Certified General Accountants Association of British Columbia
300-1867 W. Broadway
Vancouver, BC  V6J 5L4
TELEPHONE:  (604) 732-1211 
TOLL FREE:  1-800-565-1211  
FAX:(604) 732-1252   

WEBSITE: www.cga-bc.org


CHEVRON SCHOLARSHIP

AVAILABLE TO:  Children of a regular or deceased employee or annuitant of the following participating Chevron Companies in Canada - Chevron Canada Limited, Chevron Canada Resources Limited, Chevron Geophysical Company, and Chevron Chemical Limited. The employee must be a regular employee for one year. Applicants must be entering the first year of a full-time undergraduate degree program. The scholarships are renewable annually for four successive years or until the first university degree is obtained, whichever comes first. The scholarship may be used at any university or college in Canada or the U.S.A. which is acceptable to the Association of Universities and Colleges in Canada (AUCC).

APPLICATIONS FROM:
Association of Universities and Colleges in Canada Awards Division
Chevron Scholarship Plan
Ste. 600 - 350 Albert Street
Ottawa, Ontario K1R 1B1
TELEPHONE: 613-563-1236
FAX: 613-563-9745

WEBSITE: www.aucc.ca


CHIEF JOE MATHIAS BC ABORIGINAL SCHOLARSHIP

AVAILABLE TO:  Deserving British Columbia First Nation students who are enrolled at an eligible post-secondary educational institution as a full-time or part-time student and pursuing studies that lead to a degree, certificate or diploma from that institution.

COMPLETED APPLICATIONS TO:
Board of Directors
Chief Joe Mathias British Columbia Scholarship Fund
c/o 113 - 100 Park Royal South
West Vancouver, B.C.  V7T 1A2
ATTENTION:  Ms. Christa Williams
E-MAIL:  christaw@fnesc.bc.ca   

WEBSITE: http://www.fnesc.ca/current_issues/scholarships/Chief Joe Mathias Scholarship Application 03-06.pdf


 CHIEFS’ HEALTH CAREERS INITIATIVE

Scholarship Program

AVAILABLE TO:  Canadian citizens of Aboriginal ancestry who have resided in British Columbia for the last 12 months and who have a minimum of a “B” average. Applicant’s level of education must be acceptable for enrolment in a professional health careers program in a federally recognized college or university that provides a degree or diploma qualifying graduates for employment in an accredited health career profession such as: medicine, nursing, dentistry, health administration, traditional medicine, etc. 

Bursary Program

AVAILABLE TO:  Applicants who demonstrate financial need and who are Canadian citizens of Aboriginal ancestry who have resided in British Columbia for the last 12 months and who have a minimum of a “B” average. Applicant’s level of education must be acceptable for enrolment in  a professional health careers program in a federally recognized college or university that provides a degree or diploma qualifying graduates for employment in an accredited health career profession such as:  medicine, nursing, dentistry, health administration, traditional medicine, etc. 

APPLICATIONS FROM: 

WEBSITE:  http://pse-esd.ainc-inac.gc.ca/abs/ResourceDisplay.asp?ID=137&lang=E

Or call the Chiefs’ Health Career Initiative at: 1-866-913-0033


CHILLIWACK COMMUNITY ARTS COUNCIL

The Community Arts Council Fine Arts Award
The Mary Elizabeth Allan Memorial Award (Theatre Arts only)
The Jenny Child Memorial Award

AVAILABLE TO:  Applicants who are pursuing full-time, post-secondary education in the Fine Arts field with a recognized post-secondary institution, a professional instructor, or a professional company.  Applicants must be past or present residents of Chilliwack. 

APPLICATIONS FROM: 
Chilliwack Arts Council
45899 Henderson Avenue
Chilliwack, BC V2P 2X6
TELEPHONE:  (604) 792-2069


 CH'NOOK ABORIGINAL BUSINESS EDUCATION

Ch'Nook Scholars Program

AVAILABLE TO:  all Aboriginal students enrolled in full-time business diploma or degree programs at post-secondary institutions in BC.

Scholar Program Opportunities:
Financial Support annual bursary of $1,500 and plus a $1,500 scholarship in successful completion of her/his year of studies.
Ch'Nook Aboriginal Business Courses
Ch"Nook Biz-Alumni Mentor Project
Ch'Nook New Zealand Study Exchange Project
Ch'Nook Career Counseling & Jobs

WEBSITE:  www.ch-nook.ubc.ca/scholars


CIBC YOUTHVISION SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

ELIGIBILITY:  All disciplines are eligible. Candidates must be enrolled in an approved mentoring program with Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Canada.  They must maintain a minimum of 60 percent average until and including graduation.  They must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents.  They must be enrolled in grade 10 or equivalent.

DURATION: Four years or until first degree/Diploma is obtained, whichever occurs first. At any post-secondary Canadian Educational Institution in recognized program.

HOW TO APPLY:  Application forms are available from Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Canada member agencies or by phoning the toll-free number 1-800-263-9133.


CISCO SYSTEMS CANADA CO. SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

ELIGIBILITY: Candidates must be already enrolled in a Cisco industry networking certification
program at a Canadian community college or university.

FIELDS OF STUDY: Cisco industry networking certification programs
(CCNA, CCNP, Wireless and Security) 

APPLICATION FROM: In order to apply for this scholarship, please request the application form by e-mailing us the name of the scholarship, your first name, your last name, and telephone number at: awards@aucc.ca.

Applications are by nomination by the candidate's university. One nomination per university.
 
Email: awards@aucc.ca.

WEBSITE: www.aucc.ca


COAST CAPITAL SAVINGS EDUCATION AWARDS PROGRAM

32 Citizen Awards - $2,000 each
16 Standing Tall Awards - $5,000 each

AVAILABLE TO:  Canadian citizens or permanent residents who are planning to attend an accredited Canadian university, college or technical school full-time in the fall of 2013.

APPLICATIONS: www.coastcapitalsavings.com

All interested applicants must apply online between May 1 and May 24. The submission deadline (which includes attaching electronic grade transcripts and two reference letters) is Friday, May 24, 2013.


COLUMBIA INSTITUTE AWARDS PROGRAM

Lifelong Learning Scholarship Program

AVAILABLE TO:  Prospective students who are:  24 years of age or older; BC residents; Canadian citizens or landed immigrants; not currently enrolled in a training or academic program; committed to life-long learning.

APPLICATIONS: 
Awards Program
Columbia Institute
1200-1166 Alberni Street
Vancouver, B.C.  V6E 3Z3
TELEPHONE:  (604) 408-2500   FAX:  (604) 408-2525
E-MAIL: awards@columbiafoundation.ca   

WEBSITE: www.columbiainstitute.ca


COMMUNITY FUTURES ALBERNI-CLAYOQUOT BUSINESS STUDIES SCHOLARSHIP

AVAILABLE TO:  A resident of the Alberni-Clayoquot region prior to entering post-secondary education.  Be enrolled in a full-time, post-secondary business program.

APPLICATION:

  • 200-word essay staing long-term career objectives
  • Resume- including information plus two letters of recommendation
  • Copy of previous year's transcript
  • Proof of previous residence in the Alberni-Clayoquot region

MAIL TO:
Business Studies Scholarship
Attention:  Lori Camire, Executive Director
4757 Tebo Avenue
Port Alberni, BC  V9Y 8A9
TELEPHONE:  (250) 724-1241 
FAX:  (250) 724-1028
TOLL FREE:  1-877-724-1241
E-MAIL:  info@cfac.ca

WEBSITE:  www.cfac.ca


CONSULATE GENERAL OF JAPAN:  VANCOUVER

Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme:  Assistant Language Teacher

AVAILABLE TO:  University graduates who wish to participate in international exchange and foreign language education throughout Japan. 

WEBSITE: http://www.jetprogramme.org/


CONSUMER AFFAIRS INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMME

AMOUNT: £1000 (two available per year)

AVAILABLE TO: All students who are currently enrolled at an accredited two- or four-year college or university outside of the UK are eligible for the £1000 award.

WEBSITE: http://www.consumeraffairs.org.uk/international-scholarship


 COPNICK/HILLIARD SCHOLARSHIP (Canadian Paraplegic Association)

AVAILABLE TO:  A post-secondary Canadian student with a severe mobility impairment resulting from neurological disease or trauma, a resident of Canada, who has shown outstanding initiative and scholarship achievement.

COMPLETED APPLICATIONS TO:
Copnick/Hilliard Scholarship Fund Selection Committee
C/O Canadian Paraplegic Association
1101 Prince of Wales Drive, Suite 230
Ottawa, Ontario   K2C 3W7

WEBSITE: http://canparaplegic.org/en/Employment_and_Education_24/SCHOLARSHIPS_7/3.html


THE CO-OPERATORS "NATIONAL" 4-H SCHOLARSHIP

AVAILABLE TO:  Applicants must be at least 16 years of age by December 31, have completed at least two years of 4-H membership, have been registered as a 4-H member within the last five years, and must be entering a university, college, or other post-secondary educational institute within four years. Past BC 4-H Provincial Scholarship recipients are eligible to apply.

WEBSITE:  http://www.bc4h.bc.ca/publications/scholarships.html


CORBIERE LAVELL & TWO-AXE EARLY STUDENT AWARDS

AVAILABLE TO:  Aboriginal women under 31 years of age who are pursuing post-secondary studies.  Must demonstrate financial need and have demonstrated a commitment to improving the situation of Aboriginal Women in Canada politically, culturally, economically or otherwise. 

APPLICATIONS FROM:
Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC)
1292 Wellington Street
Ottawa, ON  k1Y 3A9
Telephone:  (613) 722-3033 ext 230   
FAX:  (613) 722-7687 
EMAIL:  jgolic@nwac-hq.org


CREDIT UNION FOUNDATION OF BRITISH COLUMBIA:  DIRECT REQUESTS

AVAILABLE TO: BC resident students enrolled in full-time post-secondary level programs who show evidence of financial need to complete their education. Awards up to $3,000 are available. (i.e. a student in their first year of a 100% full-time course load for two consecutive semesters may receive up to $1,000) Please refer to the Student Info section of the website for criteria. 

APPLICATIONS can be printed from the CUFBC website at: www.cufoundation.org 

Mail applications to: 
Credit Union Foundation of BC
c/o 1441 Creekside Drive
Vancouver, B.C.  V6J 4S7


  CRYSTAL HENSON MEMORIAL BURSARY

AMOUNT: $350

AVAILABLE TO:  Students who have completed one year of post-secondary studies, who are pursuing studies relating to the mentally handicapped, and who intend to pursue a career in working with the mentally handicapped.

APPLICATIONS FROM:
Kootenay Society for Community Living
Board of Governors Regional Office
816 Vernon Street
Nelson, BC V1L 4G4


THE DALTON CAMP AWARD

AVAILABLE TO:  Any Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada may enter this essay contest except members of the Friends of Canadian Broadcasting Steering Committee, retained consultants or business associates, and members of the Selection Committee; as well as their immediate family members.  Previous winners are ineligible.

ESSAYS SUBMITTED TO:
E-MAIL:  submissions@daltoncampaward.ca

WEBSITE:  www.friends.ca/DCA


DAVID BATES SCHOLARSHIP

AMOUNT: $2000

GENERAL INFORMATION: established to honour the memory of Dr. David Vincent Bates, who was one of the foremost international authorities on the health effects of air pollution.   He trained numerous leading respiratory physicians and researchers who now work around the world on respiratory health with a particular emphasis on the effects of air pollution.  He was the author of 260 research papers and six books.  In 2003 he was named to the Order of Canada.   Bob and David worked on many projects together including A Citizen’s Guide to Air Pollution, written to inform educators, policy makers and concerned citizens about the importance of air pollution.

AVAILABLE TO: intended to support students with high ideals, demonstrated interest in studies relating to atmospheric sciences, air quality and health or policy, and specific goals leading to future work in that field. To be eligible the student must have graduate-level attendance in a university program in BC with course work and future plans that include scientific and environmental issues.

APPLICATION INFORMATION: http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/epd/bcairquality/plans/pdf/2013_rbc_dvb_app.pdf


DAVID L. SQUIRES FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP

AVAILABLE TO:  Students in a information technology program who:

  • demonstrates significant financial need;
  • are Canadian citizens;
  • are in a full time Computer Science program at a University or College;
  • have successfully completed 2 full semesters in this program; and,
  • reached a high level of scholastic achievement.

QUESTIONS:
TELEPHONE:  (250) 595-8282
E-MAIL:  john.sherrah@iticanada.ca   

WEBSITE: www.iticanada.ca/squires/


DELTA HOSPITAL FOUNDATION

Robert T. Reynolds Scholarship Fund

AVAILABLE TO:  All grade 12 students resident of Delta who intend to undertake post-secondary education.

APPLICATIONS FROM:
Teresa Cooper, Executive Director
Delta Hospital Foundation
5800 Mountain View Blvd.
Delta, B.C. V4K 3V6

E-MAIL:  teresa.cooper@deltahospital.com

WEBSITE:  http://www.deltahospital.com/page_description.php?id=52


DENNIS MCGANN BURSARY

AVAILABLE TO:  A student enrolled in communication studies at a accredited public college, university, community college or technical/trade school in Canada.

SEND APPLICATION TO:
By Mail:
Awards
Columbia Institute
1200 - 1166 Alberni St.
Vancouver, BC  V6E 3Z3
By Fax:  (604)408-2525

FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Lisa Maree
Awards Administration
TELEPHONE: (604) 408-2500 
EMAIL: awards@columbiafoundation.ca 

WEBSITE:  www.columbiainstitute.ca


‌DR. JACOB MCKAY AWARDS

AMOUNT: 4 @ $1000

AVAILABLE TO: Adult Aboriginal students who are attending, or have in the past attended, an IAHLA institute.

APPLICATION INFORMATION: http://www.iahla.ca


DR. ROBERT CATON SCHOLARSHIP

AMOUNT: $2000

GENERAL INFORMATION: established to honour the memory of Dr. Robert Brent Caton, a scholar, entrepreneur and expert in the field of air quality, atmospheric emissions, environmental management and policy. Bob was a passionate defender of the environment and was in the forefront in the development of many of the concepts and practices that have become best practice in terms of identifying and managing environmental issues. Bob was an atmospheric chemist of considerable expertise but his interests and contributions to environmental issues were broad. Bob was well known for his unshakeable integrity as well as for his support and mentoring of students and working scientists.

AVAILABLE TO: intended to support students with high ideals, demonstrated interest in studies relating to atmospheric sciences, air quality and health or policy, and specific goals leading to future work in that field. To be eligible the student must have graduate-level attendance in a university program in BC with course work and future plans that include scientific and environmental issues.

APPLICATION INFORMATION: http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/epd/bcairquality/plans/pdf/2013_rbc_dvb_app.pdf


DREAM FUND BURSARIES FOR (FORMER) YOUTH IN CARE

AVAILABLE TO: Young people in and from care who wish to pursue their education at the post-secondary level with the financial costs of tuition, books and supplies who are planning to attend, or are already attending, a designated post-secondary academic institution.

EMAIL: sam_pothier@fbcyicn.ca

WEBSITE: www.fbcyicn.ca


DUKE OF EDINBURGH’S AWARD

The Young Canadians Challenge Bursary

AVAILABLE TO:  All young people between the ages of 14 and 25.  Applicants must register for the program.

WEBSITE: www.dukeofed.org/


Apply online for your
Canada-B.C. Student Loan
6 to 8 weeks before
you register.

Apply for Interest-free status and
continue your full-time studies
without renewing your student loan.

Apply for UFV Bursaries
online through myUFV.
Applications accepted
every semester.

Find out about UFV Scholarships.
Applications accepted from
March 15 to May 10.

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