This scholarship is designed to assist in covering the cost of post-secondary education for ringette players who demonstrated passion, commitment, and leadership in the sport of ringette through active participation and involvement. A scholarship of $500.00 will be awarded each year.
Those who are applying for or are enrolled in full-time studies at a recognized post-secondary educational institution for the 2017/2018 academic year
Applicants must have been actively participated in ringette as a registered player for a minimum of 3 year(s) and who is currently registered within Ringette PEI
1. Complete the application form and submit all required documentation by February 28th; you can get this in Student Services
2. Provide a personal letter explaining your academic goals, why you believe you deserve the scholarship, and how ringette has impacted your life
3. Provide a ringette resume; include you ringette involvement to date, description of your involvement, list of any awards you have received and any volunteer endeavours
4. Provide two letters of reference (one from an individual within the ringette community and one from outside the ringette community)
5. Enclose an official transcript of marks for the last completed year of education
6. Provide a letter of acceptance from the Institution no later than April 20th.
Applications must be received no later than February 28, 2017
Grade 12 students applying to UPEI
Good News! UPEI just updated their scholarship format. Students are now able to apply for a majority of entrance awards by filling out just one form, http://www.upei.ca/studentlife/entrance-award-cycle
The only additional scholarship applications they would need to submit is for the following five awards:
Harrison McCain Scholarships
Michael S. Kelly Memorial Scholarship
Wanda Wyatt Scholarships
Glenda Mackinnon-Peters Engineering Scholarship
Father Charlie MacDonald Engineering Scholarship
The deadline remains March 1st for all submissions.
Students are invited to an information session presented by St Mary’s on February 15th at 7:00 pm at the Confederation Center of the Arts, Charlottetown, PEI. This session will cover how to finance a university degree, scholarship applications, and collecting updated transcripts. Students can register at connect.smu.ca/events
Please see Ms MacGregor Harris in Student Services for an updated transcript if you are planning to attend.
UPEI is hosting a Health Careers Conference. Learn about a variety of different health career opportunities. Students will have the opportunity to ask questions to a panel of health care professionals and hear from a few guest speakers! There is a $5 registration fee and lunch will be included! For more information or to pre-register please email email@example.com or check out their facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/316855215378541/ .
When: Saturday January 28th from 10am – 4pm
Where: University of Prince Edward Island — McDougall Hall Room 242
9:30 — Registration Opens
10:00 – “Global Health” Guest Speaker
10:30 – Physician Panel Discussion
11:45 – Methadone Program Presentation
12:15 – Lunch
1:00 – Nursing Panel Discussion
2:00 – Exercise Guest Speaker
2:40 – Allied Health Professionals Panel Discussion
An Opportunity next year for current Grade 9, 10 & 11 Students:
SHAD is a unique four-week summer enrichment program for high-achieving grade 10, 11, and 12 students.
Participants live in residence with 50 of their like-minded peers at one of 13 leading universities across Canada. The program focuses on science, engineering, math, entrepreneurship, and the arts, but there are also outdoor recreational activities such as camping and hiking. You leave the program with new friends from around the world, increased self-confidence, a better understanding of university options, and a strong desire to overcome personal and social challenges. It’s the pre-university experience of a lifetime but the opportunities don’t end when participants leave their campus. For example, there are internships, scholarships, campus clubs, network opportunities, and venture capital funding that are only available to SHAD alumni. You can learn more about the program at www.shad.ca
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Applications are closed for this year, but please consider for next year. A representative from SHAD will be here on Tues., Feb 7th during lunch hour to meet with interested students in the library. There is a sign-up sheet in student services that you are asked to sign if you are interested.
Click on the following link to see what types of job opportunities are available for you!
Campus Tour Day
The second of two annual campus tour days is happening on February 4th from 10am – 2pm. If interested in attending please go to http://www.hollandcollege.com to register for this great day!
This is a brand new event happening at Holland College this year. It is being held on February 15th and is designed to showcase articulation opportunities that students can access upon completing their post-secondary study here at the college. There will be schools here from across Canada as well as other parts of the world in attendance.
Application deadline is approaching – February 28th