Kin Canada Bursary
This bursary is awarded to a student who demonstrates financial need, community and school involvement and knowledge of Kin Canada. Applicants must be Canadian citizens and can apply to their local club.
Deadline: February 1 (of each year)
Number: 48 (Nationally)
Canadian Right of Way Educational Foundation
A scholarship awarded to a graduating high school student who is entering a full time course of study in any of the various fields impacting the “right of way” profession (such as law, surveying, engineering, planning, real property appraisal).
Deadline: February 1 (of each year)
Terry Fox Humanitarian Scholarship
For recognition of humanitarian volunteer work, qualities of citizenship, while in pursuit of excellence in academics, athletics and amateur sport, fitness, health, and volunteer service.
Deadline: February 1 (of every year)
Future Aces Foundation Scholarship and Citizenship Award
Open to students who exhibit exemplary citizenship qualities as represented in the Future ACES Philosophy:
• Attitude, Ability, Action, Achievement,
• Co-operation, Courage, Confidence, Education Empathy, Example, Service, Sportsmanship;
• extensive community service, volunteerism and commitment to humanitarian causes;
• be in need of financial assistance;
• provide evidence of the potential for success;
• be 16-24 years of age; Canadian resident enrolled in or pursuing a post-secondary school education.
Deadline: February 2, 2016
UNB OREO Competition
Teams of 3-5 high school students compete against each other in a realistic business setting.
Deadline: February 8, 2014
Value: Top 8 teams earn bursaries towards tuition at UNB, St. John
Western University National Scholarship
National Scholarships are designed to recognize all-round excellence. They are awarded on the basis of outstanding academic performance to candidates who demonstrate ability for creative and innovative thought and a passion for the pursuit of learning. National Scholarships also recognize exceptional achievement in extracurricular activities such as the arts and athletics. A special emphasis placed on candidate’s commitment to community service through ongoing contributions to school and community life.
Applicants must be Canadian citizens or a permanent resident. All applicants must have obtained overall academic average of 90% on all Grade 12 (621) Courses.
Deadline: February 14th
Number: Varies (1-30)
Value: Varies ($2500-$65,000)
Top 20 Under 20 Scholarship
At Youth in Motion, we want to encourage you to continue making a difference. That is why we created Top 20 Under 20; to celebrate and honour Canadians who have demonstrated a significant level innovation, leadership and achievement but have not yet reached the age of 20. There are incredible young people in this country doing incredible things!
Top 20 Under 20 is open to all young Canadians under the age of 20 – regardless of race, gender and/or religious affiliations. Our only requirement is that your leadership and innovation has led to the betterment of your school, community, province and/or country.
Deadline: February 15
Number: Not Specified
Value: Not Specified
RBC Students Leading Change Scholarship
This scholarship was created in recognition of the growing number of Canadian students showing a passion to lead and inspire positive change in their community. Scholarship.
There will be 5 scholarships awarded in each of the following 3 student categories:
• Graduating High School Students
• Undergraduate Students
• Second Degree Students
In each of the 3 student categories, 2 scholarship recipients will also be awarded a Me to We Trip,
Where they will work alongside Me to We field workers on change initiatives in a Free the Children community overseas.
Deadline: February 28
RBC Aboriginal Student Award Program
You are eligible to apply to the RBC Aboriginal Student Awards Program if you are a Status Indian, a Non-status Indian, Inuit or Métis and meet these criteria:
• You are a permanent resident or citizen of Canada
• You have applied or are currently attending an accredited post-secondary institution in Canada
• You maintain a full course load that leads to a recognized degree, certificate or diploma
• You have at least two years remaining in post-secondary academic program as of September 2014
• You require financial assistance to pursue your education
Deadline: February 28
Value: up to $4000
Ringette PEI Scholarship
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