To apply for this scholarship you will need to write an essay of less than 1000 words on the topic below:
Describe the three characteristics of leadership you value most. Discuss why you believe that these traits are so important and how you feel that they are developed in an individual.
Your submissions must be sent by email at email@example.com before May 24, 2019.
The UBC Centennial Scholars Entrance Award program assists students who are transitioning to UBC from secondary school or another post-secondary institution. The purpose of the program is to financially support academically qualified students who show an interest in joining and contributing to the UBC community, but who would not be able to attend without significant financial assistance. Through the program, new students can access a variety of one-time and renewable awards of up to $40,000, payable over four years. For those studying on UBC’s Vancouver campus, there are opportunities to receive full-ride awards that cover the full cost of their degree and living expenses.
You are eligible to apply for a UBC Centennial Scholars Entrance Award if you are a strong academic student and meet all of UBC’s admission requirements. You must also be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident if Canada who is entering UBC’s Okanagan or Vancouver campus directly from high school, or transferring from another post-secondary institution into a direct-entry program for your first undergraduate degree.
Although you can specify two undergraduate degree choices in your application to UBC, your award application will only be considered for your first-choice campus and degree. The Centennial Scholars Entrance Award is separate from the Presidential Scholars Award. You are eligible to apply for both awards, provided you meet the criteria.
You and your family must complete an application to demonstrate financial need. The application also requires a reference letter from someone who is well acquainted with you and who can comment on your character, interest in UBC, and financial situation. Your reference could be – but is not limited to – a coach, a teacher, your counsellor, your principal, your supervisor from a work or volunteer position, your family doctor, or a community or religious leader.
By December 1, you must:
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In order to apply:
Carefully review the document HERE for program details including application and payment deadlines.
WHAT: Submit your original, unpublished works of nonfiction up to 2000 words. There is no minimum.
WHEN: The competition is open for submissions from Jan. 1 to Feb. 28, 2019.
WHO: All Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada.
HOW: While the competition is active, submit online by creating an account through Submittable. A fee of $25.00 (taxes included) for administration purposes is required for each entry.
WHAT YOU CAN WIN: The winner receives $6,000 from the Canada Council for the Arts, will have their story published on CBC Books and will have the opportunity to attend a two-week writing residency at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity. Four finalists will each receive $1,000 from the Canada Council for the Arts and have their story published on CBC Books.
WHAT YOU CAN WRITE: You can submit memoir, biography, humour writing, essay (including personal essay), travel writing and feature articles.
WHO IS JUDGING: A team of readers from across Canada will read the entries and determine the longlist. The shortlist and winner will be decided by a jury comprised of three prominent Canadian writers.
WANT HELP? Subscribe to the CBC Nonfiction Prize newsletter for writing tips and support along the way. We will send you writing tips, tricks and prompts every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday while the CBC Nonfiction Prize is open.
WANT SUPPORT? Join our Canada Writes Facebook group! It’s a place where writers across Canada can connect with each other, support each other and even offer each other feedback.
SUBMIT IN FRENCH: If you’re looking to submit to the French short story prize, you can enter here.
More info is on their website: https://www.cbc.ca/books/literaryprizes/cbc-nonfiction-prize-1.4090951
SFU recognizes high school students who demonstrate excellence in both their academic and extracurricular activities. The value of a scholarship may range from $10,000 up to an amount sufficient to cover all tuition and mandatory supplementary fees normally required for the completion of a student’s first undergraduate degree at SFU.
Scholarships are available to domestic and international high school students admitted for the fall term to an undergraduate degree in any faculty.
Further funding, in the form of a living allowance, may be offered to support exceptionally talented students with demonstrated financial need
Application Deadline: December 03, 2018
Supporting Documentation Deadline: January 15, 2019
Minimum: grades in the 90% range or have a minimum 31 International Baccalaureate points
Scholarship value: $10,000 up to an amount sufficient to cover tuition and mandatory supplementary fees
This program offers entering students one-time and renewable awards of up to $40,000 payable over four years. There are opportunities for students studying on UBC’s Vancouver campus to receive full-ride awards, ranging in value up to the full cost of a student’s program and living expenses. The Centennial Scholars Entrance Award is separate from the Major Entrance Scholarships. Students are eligible to apply for both awards, provided they meet the criteria.
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Deadline is Friday, December 1, 2018.
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TD Canada Trust is interested in hearing from students who have demonstrated consistent and outstanding dedication to solving a community problem or making their community a better place. For example, you may be cleaning up the environment, promoting social justice, or fighting child poverty. Check out what some of the past scholarship recipients have done to improve their community.
What is it?
The TD Scholarship for Community Leadership awards students up to $70,000 for college or university (up to $10,000 for tuition per year, $7,500 a year for living expenses) for 4 years. It’s open to students across Canada who:
That’s me! I want to apply!
If this is something you’re excited about, then you should learn more about the application process. But here is the general process:
1. Write a 600-word essay (three copies) describing your community leadership experience.
2. Tell us about the other great things you’re doing. Include a brief description of the range of your other community activities with:
3. If you’re really trying to impress, you also have the option of including:
More information is on their website: HERE
Application details are HERE.
Applications are due November 16, 2018.