The Standing Tall Coast Capital Savings Award:
Awarded to youth who have faced adversity and have not only risen up against the odds, but are demonstrating a commitment to continue their education. This award is open to students who have faced challenges like poverty, health, family issues, personal loss and lack of support.
In order to be nominated, you will apply to the Byrne Creek Scholarship Committee who will select our top candidate. Then, I will advocate for you at the District Scholarship Committee meeting where two students in the district will be selected.
The application will be available online on March 7. Click on the link HERE for more information.
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Thank you for your interest in donating to Byrne Creek Community School’s Scholarships Fund! Our school has a diverse group of students who excel in academics, service, arts, and athletics – their skills and attributes are awe-inspiring. As our graduates start to uncover their passion and interests at the post secondary level, assistance with tuition costs will allow them to fully immerse themselves in their studies. Tuition costs continue to rise and students are exposed to many new post secondary programs and opportunities that often require monetary resources. Your donation to the Byrne Creek Scholarship fund may alleviate financial burden experienced by our graduates. Your generosity is greatly appreciated!
You are welcome to donate to the following general categories:
- Academic Excellence
- Visual Arts (Music, Dance, Art, Media, Theatre…)
- Community and Service Contributions
- Adversity and Challenges (poverty, health, family issues, personal loss and lack of support)
- Other: please indicate.
You may indicate your preference where it says “MESSAGE (optional)” on the link. If no selection is made, the Byrne Creek Scholarship Committee will allocate your donation accordingly.
Click HERE for the donation link. Tax receipts are available.
Please email Laida.Falsetto@burnabyschools.ca if you have any questions.
The Doteasy Scholarship is our way to support passionate technology students, future entrepreneurs and aspiring graphic artists. Our goal is to empower students, lessen their financial burden during their future studies, and give them the resources to build an online presence that will move them towards their goals. We truly believe that having a website provides a major advantage for furthering your career goals.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE?
Doteasy Scholarships are open to residents of Canada in their final year of high school and have an expressed interest in a field of study that would greatly benefit from owning a website (eg. Computer Science, IT, IAT, Graphic Design, Business, or Other).
WHAT ARE THE PRIZES?
Three scholarships will be awarded to students in their final year of high school. Scholarship prizes are as follows:
FIRST PLACE: $1000 FOR TUITION & 1 year domain name and hosting services for your own website
RUNNER UP: $750 FOR TUITION & 1 year domain name and hosting services for your own website
SECOND PLACE: $500 FOR TUITION & 1 year domain name and hosting services for your own website
For more application information, click HERE.
Deadline is March 31st.
THE MERIT SCHOLARSHIP – $5,000
a) enrolling in any KPU program
b) 80% average in English 12 and 3 other academic Grade 12 courses, or the equivalent of a
3.67 transfer GPA on a minimum of 24 transferable university credits c) demonstrated leadership, community involvement and volunteerism
a) registration in a minimum of 12 undergraduate credits per semester
b) required to maintain a minimum CGPA of 3.0 for the duration of the award period
Value & Quantity
Fall Semester Intake: 12 awards
Spring Semester Intake: 6 awards (September deadline)
Click HERE for application info. Scroll to the bottom of the page to apply.
Any inquiries can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or you can contact Event Co-Chairs:
Hardeep Shergill (604-617-0076) or Amarjit Samra (604-375-2220)
Click HERE for general information.
Click HERE for the application form.
The Adoptive Families Association of BC Bursary Program offers two bursaries, designed to enhance educational outcomes for BC youth. The funds are intended to assist in supporting youth during their studies including but not limited to: costs of tuition, costs directly and indirectly related to post-secondary.
The Howard Legacy Youth Fund was launched in 2014, with a donation from Peggy Howard, and is made available to applicants who are current or former youth in care.
The AFABC Youth Bursary was launched in 2015, with funding from the Adoptive Families Association of BC, and accepts applications from youth who have joined their family by legal adoption.
For the advertisement poster, click HERE.
For more application information, click HERE.
Deadline to apply is Monday, April 30th.