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SCHOLARSHIP DATABASE


DUE DATE

NAME OF AWARD

AMOUNT

CRITERIA

WEBSITE

September 2

Surrey Teachers’ Association Scholarships & Bursaries

Varies

Applicants must be the graduating children of STA members active during the applicants’ graduating school year. Applicants will only be considered if they have graduated from a public high school in any district.

http://www.surreyteachers.org/sta-scholarships-and-bursaries/

September 15

UBC Bursary Program

Varies

UBC’s general and affiliation bursary programs are designed to help fill your ‘unmet need’, which is the gap between your educational costs and your available government assistance. Separate from the major entrance awards.

www.you.ubc.ca/ubc/vancouver/bursary.ezc

September 15

Ethel Boyce Achievement Award

$1000

Open to all registered softball players enrolled at a Canadian post-secondary institution (registered means that the individual must be a member of a team that is registered with the provincial/territorial association). All applications must be endorsed by the respective provincial/territorial association.


Softball Canada

Attn: Gilles LeBlanc

223 Colonnade Rd., Suite 212,

Ottawa, ON K2E 7K3



info@softball.ca

September 16

Khalsa Credit Union

Academic

5 x $1500

Religious

5 x $1500

Sports

3 x $1250



Bursaries

Outstanding school, sports, Sikh religious achievement and bursaries.

www.khalsacreditunion.ca


September 16

British Columbia Retired Principals and Vice Principals Association (BCRPVPA)

4 x $500

Applicants who are pursuing education in technical and career fields, recognizing the arts, trades, technology, and other related areas. Judged on their academic achievements and demonstrated leadership activities both within the school and community.

www.bcpvpa.bc.ca


September 16

BC Principals and Vice-Principals Association (BCPVP) Children of Members Awards

10 x $500

Students who graduate from the BC public school system and proceeded to a post-secondary institution and who has a parent who is a member of the BCPVPA.

www.bcpvpa.bc.ca


September 16

BC Principals and Vice-Principals Association (BCPVP) Non-Members Awards

30 x $500

Students who graduate from the BC public school system and proceeded to a post-secondary institution. Applicants will be judged on academic excellence and demonstrated leadership within the school and community.


www.bcpvpa.bc.ca


September 16

BC Principals and Vice-Principal’s Association (BCPVP) First Nations Student Awards

2 x $500

Students who graduate from the BC public school system this year and has proceeded to a post-secondary institution. Applicants will be judged on academic excellence and demonstrated leadership within the school and community.


www.bcpvpa.bc.ca


September 30

Thomas G. Ellis Memorial Scholarship and CUPE Local 728 Scholarship

1 x $2000

1 x $1000



Use one application to apply for both awards. Offered to Local 728 members’ sons/daughters graduating from Grade 12 in the previous June of the same year of applying.


www.cupe728.ca

Telephone: 604-576-2873



September 30

Cal Callahan Memorial Bursary or bursaries (Pipeline Contractors Association of Canada)

Not exceeding $10,000

The recipient must be a son, daughter, or ward of a person whose principal income is derived from the pipeline construction industry in Canada and whose employer is a member the Pipe Line Contractors Association of Canada. Applicant needs to be entering any recognized Canadian university or college for first year studies in any discipline.


www.pipeline.ca



September 30

Player Development Trust Fund

10 x $1000

Golf British Columbia governed by the BC Golf Association (BCGA) and in conjunction with the BC Junior Golf Association will award scholarships to promising young ‘scholastic golfers’ to assist them with tuition and other educational expenses in pursuing a post-secondary education.


www.bcga.org


October 14

Federation of BC Youth In care Network Awards

Varies

Offers financial support to young people interested in career training and/or education opportunities. Distributed to successful applicants three times a year.


http://fbcyicn.ca/programs/education/dream-fund/

October 15

FAAY-Foundation for the Advancement of Aboriginal Youth

$750

Min. $2500



To students pursuing a high school diploma as an incentive to stay in school.
Available to students pursuing a post-secondary education in any discipline.


www.ccab.com

Go to: Programs; Aboriginal Youth.



October 15

Hans McCorriston Motive Power Machinist Grant Program

$500

For students pursuing careers as motive power machinists. Applicants must be enrolled in a college-level Motive Power Machinist training program within Canada.


www.aiacanada.com

October 15

Credit Union Foundation of BC Education Awards

Varies

Criteria is demonstrated financial need. It is expected that the main funding is in place and every effort through normal channels available to students to access funds has been made.

www.cufoundation.org


October 19 (sponsored)

October 26

(direct pool)

Loran Award

Up to 112 cash awards at 3 levels

Be in the graduating year of uninterrupted full time studies in high school or CEGEP. Exceptions may be considered for those who have undertaken a gap year for academic pursuits or community service-based activities. Minimum cumulative average of 85%; be a Canadian citizen or Permanent Resident status.

www.loranaward.ca

October 31

TD Canada Trust

Up to $70,000 each for up to 20 scholarships

Open to students across Canada who are in their final year of high school, have demonstrated outstanding community leadership, obtain a minimum overall average in their most recently completed full year of school of 75%.

www.td.com/scholarship or

1-800-308-8306


October 31

Arthur Paulin Automotive Aftermarket Scholarship Award

5 x $700

Must be enrolled in an automotive aftermarket industry-related program or curriculum at a Canadian college or university. This includes students pursuing their studies as an automotive apprentice. Also includes studies in any of the following automotive sectors: auto body, hard parts, heavy duty or motive power (machinists).

www.aiacanada.com


November 1

Aboriginal Health Careers Bursary & Scholarship Award

Varies

Assists Canadian resident First Nations, Inuit & Metis students in pursing education opportunities leading to professional health careers.

http://www.naaf.ca/userfiles/Guide%20-%20HC%202011-2012%20November%201st%20tableless%20format%20v2.pdf

November 1

First Nation, Inuit & Metis Post-Secondary Education Bursary Award

Varies

Financial support is provided to First Nations, Inuit and Metis individuals who are pursuing education and professional development.

http://www.naaf.ca/userfiles/Guide%20-%20PSE%202011-2012%20-%20November%201st%20Tableless%20format%20v2.pdf

November 1

National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation

Varies

Awarded by a jury to applicants who meet the established criteria and show they have a financial need. Every applicant is assessed individually. Bursary awards do not have to be repaid and there is no set amount.

www.naaf.ca


November 15

British Columbia Community Achievement Awards

Varies

Nomination process. Nominees will have made a significant contribution through a unique achievement or outstanding service—either as a volunteer or in the course of their work –in any area that provides a benefit to the community.


www.bcachievement.com


November 30

P.E.O. STAR Scholarship

1 x $2500

For graduating high school senior women who exhibit excellence in leadership, extracurricular activities, community service and potential for future success. Needs to be in their final academic year, 20 years of age or under by Nov. 30, 3.0 GPA or more, Canadian Citizen or legal permanent resident.

www.peointernational.org


December 1

Glazing Contractors Association of BC Bursary Program

Varies

Bursaries are available to persons interested in pursuing a career in glazing installation and/or fabrication apprentice program.

www.gca-bc.org



December 1

The Soroptimist Violet Richardson Award

28 x $1000

Young women between the ages of 14-17 who volunteers in their community or school.

www.soroptimist.org/awards/awards.html


November 30

Student Video Contest

$2000

Topic: Natural Disasters: The economics of aid and recovery. Canadian or foreign students who are currently enrolled in high school or post-secondary studies.

www.studentvideocontest.org



December 31

Tall Clubs International Student Scholarships

Up to $1000

Student needs to be attending first year of post-secondary studies in the fall of the following year and under 21 years of age. Must meet the height requirement minimum of 5’10” for women and 6’2” for men.

www.tall.org


December 30

Chinese Government Scholarship

5 Full

10 Partial



Students from BC will have the opportunity to study at a Chinese university on scholarships from the People’s Republic of China. Provided to graduating secondary school students and students enrolled in post-secondary studies in undergraduate, masters and doctoral degree programs.

www.bced.gov.bc.ca/offshore_schools/os_scholar.htm


January 6

BCIT Entrance Awards

Varies

This deadline is for those applicants entering their BCIT program December 1, 2011 to March 31, 2012. Entrance Awards recognize academic and non-academic achievements of students entering a full-time BCIT program. The deadline for BCIT Entrance Awards is August 5 and January 6 of each year.

www.bcit.ca


January 10

Burger King Scholars Program


Varies

Available to all eligible high school seniors and Burger King employees.

www.haveityourwayfoundation.org


January 9

French for the Future National Essay Contest

Varies

Students in grades 10, 11 and 12 across Canada, the contest will award a total of $222,000 in scholarships, giving its winner the chance to pursue their postsecondary studies partially or completely in French.


www.french-future.org


January 13

Certified Management Accountants High School Case Competition

$2000 team scholarship

Competition where students will compete to solve real-world business problems by combining their classroom knowledge and street smarts.

www.cmabc.com


January 16

AMEC Aboriginal Undergraduate Engineering Scholarship for Women

$5000

Intended for undergraduate students in their first or second year or first term of third year. Applicants must be willing to role model.

www.cemf./scholarships

1-866-883-2363




January 24

Society of Punjabi Engineers and Technologists of BC (SPEATBC)

4 X $500

For students in a technical Engineering and Computer related field of study, 2 of these scholarships are applicable to grade 12 students.

www.speatbc.org


January 21

Top 20 Under 20

$5000

Open to all young Canadians under the age of 20-regardless of race, gender and/or religious affiliations. Only requirement is that your leadership and innovation has led to the betterment of your school, community, province and/or country.

www.top20under20.ca


January 31

Toyota Earth Day Scholarship Program

20 x $5000

Rewards graduating Canadian high school students who have distinguished themselves through environmental community service, extracurricular and volunteer activities, and academic excellence.

www.earthday.ca/scholarship


January 31

DB Perks Scholarship

4 x $500

To support and assist Lifesaving Society trained lifeguards and instructors pursuing post-secondary education in BC or the Yukon.

www.lifesaving.bc.ca


January 31

Mark R. Isfeld Essay Contest

1 x $500

Open to all Canadian residents between the ages of 14 and 18. Essays may be submitted in either official language.

www.canadianlandmine.org/essaycontestrules.cfm

January 31

Herbert H. Carnegie Future Aces Foundation Scholarship and Citizenship Award

$1000

For students actively involved in community service, volunteerism & humanitarian causes.

www.futureaces.org


January 31

David C. Lam Scholarship

2 x $2500

To recognize a student graduating from a BC secondary school who has combined academic competence with school or community involvement, and who wishes to further his/her education at a BC post-secondary institution.

www.bcteal.org


February 1

PDK (Fraser Valley) Award

2 x $100


High school seniors who intend to attend college and major in education and whose application is submitted to the local PDK chapter for consideration.

www.pdk-fv.ca

(Fraser Valley Chapter)

Email Graham Mulligan: grahammul@gmail.com


February 1

RBC Royal Bank Scholarship Awards for Undergraduates

4 x $10000

2 x $10000

(RBC client)


Do you have a role model, someone you really look up to? What makes you a leader and what leadership qualities do you possess? Students in their high school graduating year can apply and need to be enrolled full time in a publicly funded Canadian university or college.

www.scholarships.rbc.com/undergraduate.aspx


February 1

RBC Royal Bank Scholarship for New Canadians

12 x $3500

Need to be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident who have immigrated to Canada on or after January 1, 2000 and who are willing to share their viewpoint and personal experience about immigration in Canada. Students need to be in their graduating year of high school and intend to enrol or enter a publicly funded Canadian college or university as a fulltime student in the fall.

www.scholarships.rbc.com/NewCanadians.aspx


February 1

Kin Canada Bursaries

$1000

Awarded annually based on financial need, community/volunteer involvement and knowledge of Kin Canada.

www.bursary.ca


February 1

Terry Fox Humanitarian Award Program

$7000
*$3500

The value of this award is up to $7000 per year for a maximum of 4 years or until a first undergraduate degree is obtained. Awards are available every year to graduating secondary level students and those currently enrolled full-time in a Canadian post-secondary institution.

*The award is $3500 per year for students who do not pay tuition fees.




www.terryfoxawards.ca


February 15

BC Trefoil Guilds Education Grant

Varies

To provide funding to members to further their education. Applicants must be 19-30 years of age; be an active member in good standing of the Girl Guides of Canada; have been active in BC Guilding for the immediate past 3 years.

www.bc-girlguildes.org

Application forms available from Girl Guides of Canada, BC Council.



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