How have you invested in your mental health during this time of crisis? How did you manage to keep a positive mindset and a balanced mood?
a. Be graduating from Grade 12 or a successful high school graduate
b. Be accepted or enrolled in a recognized college or university program, job skills training program, apprenticeship program or other vocational program (proof of enrolment will be required for final payment)
c. Be able to demonstrate the need for financial assistance for their study program, and
Submit an application form including a 2500 word essay about a time when you prioritized your mental health and well being. For more information see: http://www.faceoftoday.ca/selfinvestmentscholarship
Deadline: Tuesday August 4, 2020
The Engineers and Geoscientists BC Foundation is pleased to offer the Post-Secondary Entrance and Transfer scholarship to BC secondary students entering engineering or geoscience programs.
Awarded on the basis of a combination of factors including:
- Academic standing,
- Extracurricular activities,
- Financial need, and
- Responses to long-answer questions.
The entrance scholarship is for students entering a 4-year undergraduate engineering (B.A.Sc., B.Eng., or similar) or geoscience (B.Sc. or similar) program.
The transfer scholarship is for students entering a 1-year engineering transfer program (engineering fundamentals, engineering certificate, or similar) with the intention of completing the remainder of an engineering degree at another institution.
Six entrance scholarships, valued at $2,500 each, and one transfer scholarship, valued at $1,000,
June 30, 2020
For more details and application process go to https://www.egbc.ca/Member-Programs/Students/Scholarships/Post-Secondary-Entrance-and-Transfer-Scholarship
There are two scholarships offered through the Nelson Scholarship Program. Students may only apply for one of the two opportunities.
CIVIC LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP
Awarding students who have demonstrated academic success, personal strength, and determination in their commitment to civic engagement and leadership.
Award amount: $10,000
INDIGENOUS STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP
Awarding First Nation, Métis and Inuit student leaders who have demonstrated academic success, personal strength, and a commitment to preserving Indigenous languages and culture.
Award amount: $10,000
Deadline: June 30, 2020
At École Seaforth Elementary School, our mission is to provide a happy, safe, supportive and challenging learning environment where our children learn to become compassionate citizens able to contribute in a global community.
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 as well as the dates the student attended Seaforth.
Please submit applications to seaforth.PAC@burnabyschools.ca
All applications need to be submitted by May 29th 2020.
One of Youth Transforming Society’s goals is to promote community volunteerism among youth.
1. A graduating, grade 12 student attending secondary school in the Lower Mainland.
2. Attending a Canadian post-secondary institution on a full time basis beginning September 2020. Proof of acceptance may be requested.
3. Actively involved in voluntary pursuits of any kind (humanitarian, environmental, etc.).
4. Minimum academic average of 70%. Proof of average may be requested
Deadline: MAY 23, 2020 AT 11:59PM.
The Confratellanza Italo-Canadese was founded in 1904 and is committed to the
preservation of Italian cultural heritage and contributing to the enrichment of the multicultural community in the Greater Vancouver area.
1) be of Italian origin i.e. as having at least one parent or grandparent of direct Italian descent,
2) be living in a city or municipality within the 21-member Greater Vancouver Regional District,
3) have an academic standing sufficient to qualify for entry into the post-secondary institution of their choice
Completed application form with supporting documentation post-marked no later than June 15, 2020.
Two awards of $500 each to students of Indigenous ancestry who apply for the scholarship and meet the following criteria:
- are of Indigenous ancestry (Status First Nations, Non-Status First Nations, Metis, Inuit)
- embodies the goals of the Indigenous Education Enhancement Agreement
- Demonstrates a sense of identity and culture
- Demonstrates ongoing involvement within the school and greater community
- Strong academic standing
- be enrolled in a post-secondary institution (full time)
- financial need
The District Scholarship Committee will review all applications in consultation with Indigneous Education to determine the students to be honoured with this award.
Please email applications to Judy.email@example.com by May 8, 2020
This award is offered to graduating students who will be attending a post secondary program and who have made outstanding contributions to the school and student body for a considerable amount of time. Applicants must have demonstrated a commitment to developing their skills as a student leader, demonstrated outstanding school spirit and have consistently demonstrated the values of respect, excellence and responsibility as outlined in our school motto.
The following must be submitted in order to be considered for this award:
- A completed application form (link below)
- A short cover letter describing how you’ve developed as a leader and demonstrated the values of respect, excellence and responsibility
- A resume of your contributions to the school and students at BMSS.
Please email completed applications to Mr Rolph. The application can be found at http://blogs.sd41.bc.ca/mountain-scholarships/student-council-scholarship/
Deadline: MAy 1, 2020
The Member Schools of BC School Sports are pleased to announce this year’s BC School Sports Scholarship Fund. The association is dedicated to assisting worthy student-athletes in their desire to attend an accredited Canadian University or College.
BC School Sports Scholarships reward excellence in both scholastic and athletic pursuits. The successful applicants will be student-athletes who have balanced their high academic achievements with significant success as school athletes and contributions to their community.
Scholarship Awards Available:
Deadline : May 4, 2020
This year, there are 30 scholarships of $1,250 available for Mountain students. You must excel in one of the following areas:
- Fine Arts
- Applied Skills
- Physical Activity
- International Languages
- Technology and Trades
- Community Service
- Indigenous Language and Culture
To be eligible:
- You must have taken a concentration of at least 4 senior courses (gr 11 or 12) in your area
- One of the 4 courses can be Work Experience 12A, provided it was done in your chosen elective areas. Other courses outside of the chosen area (both academic and non-academic) that have a direct and obvious relationship to the chosen elective area may also be counted among the FOUR. (If you are in doubt about this submit your application and we will decide)
- You must graduate from high school before August 31, 2020 and be enrolled in post secondary program to continue studies in your chosen elective area.
- You must demonstrate good attendance, punctuality, work habits and cooperation.
- You must pass English 12 or Communications 12.
- You must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident
- You must have a minimum 2.5 GPA (C+ average) based on your best 10 grade 11 and 12, 4 credit courses
||Visual, Dance, Drama, Music
||Business Ed, Tech Ed, Home Economics, Cooking or Culinary ACE_IT
||Athletics, dance, gymnastics. Not limited to Physical Education-i.e. provincial volleyball, sports camps, etc.
||Taken more than two languages with IRP’s or External Assessments, including AP courses.
|Technical and Trades
||Carpentry, Automotive, Mechanics, Cooks Training, Construction and any of the tech/trade Ace-It programs
||Must be going into a field of service and must have two leadership classes and 200 service hours OR one leadership class and 300 service hours OR 300 hours of community involvement. Peer mentoring and peer tutoring count as a leadership class. You must include a document outlining dates, hours and duties preformed and full contact info for the supervisor. Must demonstrate local and global issues and cultural awareness.
|Indigenous Languages and Culture
||Students must be of Aboriginal decent, must be taking an Aboriginal studies course and be heavily active in their Aboriginal Community.
Be sure to list your eligibility evidence on your application: http://blogs.sd41.bc.ca/mountain-scholarships/district-authority-scholarship-application-form-updated-2019-2020-1/
DO NOT fill out your GPA, letter grade or average. I will get that information from your transcripts.
Applications due to ms. Belyea by Friday, May 22, 2020