The Seaforth Parent Advisory Council is proud to be offering a $250.00 scholarship for École Seaforth Elementary School alumni.
With the spirit of citizenship at heart, the Seaforth scholarship is more community based than academic focused. While a respectable grade point average is expected, the successful candidate must be able to demonstrate how they provide leadership to younger members of the community as well as partnership with elder members in the same community. The student will demonstrate that a true leader guides those who need to know, while, at the same time, learns the value in the ability to follow and learn from others.
In a 500 word essay the eligible students must demonstrate how they have exemplified these qualities. While we encourage all to apply, we are looking for students that have gone outside of the home or classroom to make a difference in the community and make this community a better place to live.
Please include a brief letter of support for this scholarship from a teacher or a school/community official.
More information is HERE.
All applications need to be submitted by March 1st 2018.
For a general overview of many offered scholarships, click HERE.
There are hundreds of thousands of dollars available in bursaries and scholarships. Some are posted here and many are discovered by students who search for them online. Use your googling strategies to find money! You got this.
Are you planning to attend BCIT?
SELECTION COMMITTEE CRITERIA GUIDELINES
- The School District selection committee will select the BCIT Pathway to Success Award Recipient(s).
- Selected students must meet or exceed the program’s entrance requirements. BCIT entrance requirements are program specific. For further information visit bcit.ca.
- Students must have applied to a full time first year technology, technical studies, or trade program (excluding Apprentice) and have a BCIT student number before being considered for an award.
- The School Districts will keep all original award selection documents and send a photocopy of their selected recipients BCIT Pathway to Success Award application.
- The award offer is subject to the student receiving full acceptance into a full-time BCIT program. Should the student(s) not gain full acceptance or not register for a full time program, the award will automatically be withdrawn.AWARD-SPECIFIC INFORMATIONSelection is based on demonstrated leadership skills and/or additional responsibilities. Examples are: Leadership training/courses
Volunteer and/or community service
Captain/president of sports team or group
Involvement in extracurricular activities
Plays a major role in supporting their family, nancially or otherwise Letter of recommendation from school district
More details are HERE.
Application form is HERE.
Application deadline for students: April 1, 2018
From the Operation Med School Executive Team:
Through our federally registered non-profit organization, we host annual educational conferences across Canada led by medical experts who spark the attention of motivated, bright students who want to better understand the areas of medicine and healthcare – for more information please direct your students to our Facebook page (Operation Med School Vancouver) or visit www.operationmedschool.com
Our one-day conference will be held at the University of British Columbia, Point Grey campus, Robert H. Lee Building on February 10, 2018. This year’s conference is focused on Medical School and how to be a successful applicant. This is very useful for students considering health care as a future career option. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn about Medical School from the Dean of UBC Medicine himself as well as admission and interview tips from the UBC Dean of Medical School Admissions. There will also be an opportunity for attendees to take part in hands-on workshops and case studies as well as a med student panel where they are free to ask questions.
OMS is an entirely student-run, non-profit organization, attendees are asked to pay a small fee of $30 to cover the cost of the venue and lunch. Online registration is now open but tickets are limited to 350. We will likely sell out as we have in the past three years so we encourage students to register early. We thank you for taking time to read about us and we hope you will pass this amazing learning opportunity on to your students. If you have any further questions regarding our organization or conference, please contact us at email@example.com
With sincere thanks,
THE OPERATION MED SCHOOL EXECUTIVE TEAM
Do you have an interest in the legal and justice system? Are you passionate about upholding fundamental freedoms and rights for all persons? Do you value every person’s right to equality before the law? Show us what you know and submit an essay to our contest!
The Law Society is inviting all BC Grade 12 students and any secondary school students who have taken, or are currently enrolled in Law 12 or Civic Studies 11, to submit an essay on the following topic:
How does social media interact with the rule of law?
The winning entry will be awarded a $1,000 prize, and the runner up will receive a $500 prize. The first place winner and runner up will be invited to an awards presentation event at the Law Society in Vancouver. Deadline for submissions is April 6, 2018.
The Rule of Law and Lawyer Independence Advisory Committee launched the annual essay contest in 2015 for BC secondary school students to reaffirm the significance of the rule of law and to enhance students’ knowledge and willingness to participate actively in civic life.
If you have questions about the contest, contact Policy & Legal Services.
Deadline is April 6th.
PURPOSE OF SCHOLARSHIP
In tribute to Rick’s life, the Crisis Centre is offering the Rick Blight Leadership in Action Scholarship for Athletes as a means to recognize the presence of mental wellness within athletics. Athleticism has the potential to be incredibly life promoting. It can also be competitive and prioritize physical wellness at the expense of mental and emotional well-being. The Rick Blight Scholarship seeks to recognize athletes who have demonstrated both a dedication to leadership in their sport and an ongoing investment in their personal mental wellness and/or that of their sports team or community.
- A leader in your personal mental wellness and/or that of your sports team, or community;
- Demonstrating a dedication to your sport; and
- Currently enrolled in Grade 12 at a Lower Mainland/Sea-to-Sky Corridor high school.
Five scholarships valued at $1,000 will be awarded. Award recipient will be asked to attend the Crisis Centre’s Annual General Meeting in East Vancouver in May 2018 to receive their scholarship. Recipient(s) may be asked to film a short video, provide a sound bite, or write a testimonial/blog post with us to raise awareness of the scholarship program and to highlight their contributions to mental wellness.
Deadline for applications is Friday March 2, 2018 at 5pm.
Living a Long Life to the Fullest
The Stacey Levitt Memorial Award was created in memory and celebration of her life. On August 30, 1995, Stacey was struck and killed by a car while jogging in North Toronto. She was only 18 years old.
Stacey loved life, and this annual student award encourages Canadian youth to embody Stacey’s qualities and ideals, and Parachute’s overarching goal of a long life lived to the fullest, while maintaining an approach that is rooted in risk management and injury prevention. The selected recipient will receive $2,500 to do just that.
Deadline is Friday, March 2nd.
Post-Secondary Institutions (PSI) Nominations
The International Student Ambassador Scholarship for Post-Secondary Entry is for international students graduating from a B.C. public school, independent school, or certified offshore school and moving into a B.C. public post-secondary institutions or a degree program at authorized private degree granting institutions. B.C. school districts, independent schools, or certified offshore schools must nominate an international student and submit the application on the student’s behalf.
In order to be eligible to be nominated by a B.C. school district, independent school or certified offshore school, the international student must meet all of the following criteria:
- Be nominated by a B.C. school district, independent school or certified offshore school
- Be intending to enter a public post-secondary institution or a degree program at an authorized private degree granting institution (see NOTE below for list of eligible institutions)
- Hold a valid passport from one of the eligible categories above (Group 1, 2 or 3)
- Achieve a high academic standard, including English language ability
NOTE: Students entering programs at public post-secondary institutions and degree programs at authorized private degree-granting institutions in British Columbia are eligible for the PSI entry scholarship. Please consult the list of institutions and programs eligible for the Post-Graduation Work Permit Program in British Columbia to confirm your institution and intended program are eligible – institutions/programs on this list are the same as those eligible for the PSI entry scholarship.