PEI Federation of Agriculture is pleased to offer a scholarship of $2,000 for the 2017/18 academic year.

The link to the scholarship can be found at:


A 250 word summary outlining: o Farming Background o Industry involvement o Volunteer and Community Service o Long term goals • Two letters of endorsement.

Application deadline is June 1st

Arthur and Theresa MacDonald Scholarship

• Must be accepted to accredited Canadian post-secondary institution
• Must demonstrate effort and dedication in their studies
• Must demonstrate financial hardship
• Must not be a recipient of a major scholarship, as defined by their school
• Must have satisfactory academic performance, but not necessarily honors


Deadline: June 1
Number: 1
Value: up to $2000

Noreen & George Corrigan Scholarship
This is a renewable scholarship given to a deserving student who is a single mother and attending a post–secondary institution.
• Age 18-30
• A graduate of a PEI high school and intend to further their studies
• Must be a single mother not living in a common-law relationship
• Must demonstrate financial hardship

Deadline: June 1
Number: 1
Value: $1000

Lowell Phillips Scholarship
Open to high school graduates from Prince Edward Island who have a defined physical disability. Applicants must be accepted to a recognized post-secondary institution and have demonstrated a financial need. http://www.cfpei.ca/apps/lowell-phillips-scholarship-fund.pdf

Deadline: June 1
Number: 1
Value: $500

Noreen & George Corrigan Scholarship (Students with a Learning Disability)
Open to a student who has or will be graduating from a PEI High School and has been accepted to an accredited post-secondary institution. Must have a documented learning disability such as Dyslexia, Duscalculia and /or Dysgraphia, etc
Deadline: June 1
Number: 1
Value: $1500

Orin Carver Scholarship Program
• An overall average of 75% with no individual subject mark less than 70%
• two letters of reference
• exhibit a level of excellence and leadership in either athletics, arts and/or community service
• must be attending UPEI or Holland College full time next year.

Deadline: June 1
Number: 1
Value: $3000

The Architects Association of PEI Scholarship Fund
Open to a Prince Edward Island student who graduated from a PEI High School and is accepted into a recognized architectural program.
Deadline: June 1
Number: 1
Value: $1500

Joseph Spriet Scholarship
Open to a student who has successfully completed one year post-secondary; OR have graduated high school and have been in the work force for at least one year post graduation; OR entering a post-secondary institution that offers accommodations for learners with disabilities. Must be pursuing full time studies in Human Services, Business, Sports or Agriculture.
Deadline: June 1
Number: 1

Canadian Sanitation Supply Association Scholarship Program

Open to all Canadian students who will be attending college or university in Canada. Winning applicants will be those who achieved a high level of academic and leadership qualities over the years.
Deadline: June 2
Number: 3 (1 in Atlantic Canada, 1 in medicine & 1 in education)

A prize of $200 donated by Brady McCloskey Photography
awarded to a deserving SRS student continuing with post secondary education in a creative field. If no student in this field than a student enrolled in a business program or showing a passion for entrepreneurship.

Students who qualify are asked to submit a paragraph on why he or she is deserving of this award.

Due Date – June 6th


Administered by Sport PEI, this award is given to an outstanding PEI high school athlete. The SRS scholarship committee will review applications and chose one nominee from the school to submit to Sport PEI. Students must include a 1 page letter with their application.
For more information, please contact Sport PEI at sports@sportpei.pe.ca or at 902-368-4110.
Deadline: June 8
Number: 1
Value: $1,000 **To be handed to Student Services

John Eddy Memorial Media Scholarship

Candidates must be Canadian citizens residing in NB, NS or PEI. They also must be enrolled full time at a Canadian University or College in a broadcasting related program.
Deadline: June 15 (each year)
Number: 1
Value: $2,000

Global Automotive Aftermarket Scholarship

Applicants graduating high school who will be enrolled in a college level program, university or accredited automotive program through CAMPE. Priority will be given to students pursuing a career in the automotive aftermarket.
Deadline: June 15 (each year)
Number: Not Specified.
Value: $1,000

CIBC 4-H Post Secondary Education Scholarship
The following eligibility criteria must be met:
• A 4-H member currently in their last year of high school or CEGEP (Quebec) and must be at least 16 years of age
• available across Canada to 4-H members in good standing who plan to pursue a post-secondary education in the field of engineering, arts, science, business or health
• Complete the application form and submit:
o Transcript of marks for the past academic year showing their numerical grade average in percentage form (i.e. 85%)
o A 500-word essay including what 4-H has done for them and what they hope to achieve through higher education
o Three reference letters from your community, school or 4-H
Deadline: June 15
Number: 8
Value: $1000

John Deere Canada 4-H Scholarship
Available across Canada to 4-H members in good standing who plan to pursue a post-secondary education at a Canadian college or university in the field of engineering, agricultural/mechanical trades, science, business or health.
Deadline: June 15
Number: 15

PEI Federation of Agriculture Scholarship
For Federation members, their spouses or their children who are enrolled in a leadership program that helps expand their knowledge of the industry and promote leadership and who are enrolled in a postsecondary or graduate program.
Applicants will be screened on: Industry involvement, volunteer and community service, two letters of recommendation, long term goals, and farming background.
Deadline: June 20
Number: Not Specified
Value: $2,000

The Sabrina Shannon Memorial Award
This award recognizes the important role that youth play in raising awareness and educating others about life-threatening allergies.Students entering their first year or continuing their studies at a post-secondary institution.
Deadline: June 19
Number: 2
Value: $1000

Brudenell Golf Scholarship

Applicants must be members at Brudenell in the year of application and immediately preceding.
Must show achievement in golf, academics and intentions to pursue further education at a recognized post-secondary institution.
• Pick up application at Student Services.
Deadline: June 30
Number: 1
Value: $500

Harry K Simmonds Quality Golf Scholarship
For a student who has achieved an overall average of 75% in their last year of high school who has exhibited a level of excellence in golf and has been participating in junior golf development program at Brudenell.
Check Student services for applications.
Deadline: June 30th
Number: 1
Value: $500
BBG Communication Scholarship

Awarded to a student between the ages of 16 and 21 who has a high school average of 80% or higher who is a Canadian or US citizen.
Deadline: June 30  Number: 1
Value: $1,000

ABBVIE IBD Scholarship Program in Support of the Chron’s & Colitis Foundation of Canada
Applicants of any age are encouraged to apply. All applicants must be:
• A legal and permanent resident of Canada;
• Diagnosed with Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis by a health care professional;
• Seeking an associate, undergraduate, or graduate degree from a Canadian university; college; or enrolled in a trade school educational diploma;
• Enrolled in or awaiting acceptance from a Canadian-based post-secondary educational institution for the Fall semester of 2014; and
• A student who demonstrates academic aspiration and strives to sustain an optimal level of wellness in spite of their Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis, allowing them to excel to reach their goals and inspire others to do the same.
Deadline: June 30
Number: 1
Value: $5000

PEI Foundation for People with Disabilities – Alice & Roy Bruce Memorial Scholarship
Applicants must have a permanent disability and be a permanent resident of PEI. To be awarded annually towards the cost of a post-secondary education at a recognized educational institution.
Deadline: June 30 (each year)
Number: 4

June Callwood Harmony Scholarships
This scholarship recognizes the outstanding achievements of youth in promoting harmony and diversity across Canada. Our scholarships aim to recognize young leaders who have taken action to challenge discrimination and inequity in their communities.
Apply for a scholarship if you are a graduating high school student who will be attending a postsecondary institution in the fall and have done work on diversity issues such as the following: Race and Ethnicity, Class, Family, Gender, Age, Ability, Regionalism, and Sexual Orientation.
We particularly encourage applications from youth who identify as:
• racialized/a person of colour
• First Nations, Métis, or Inuit
• a person with a disability
• a person from a low-income household
• a newcomer
• someone who has experienced systemic barriers based on a part of their identity not listed above
Deadline: June 30
Number: 10
Value: $1000

PEI Foundation for People with Disabilities – Foundation Award
Foundation Awards are given with the purpose of increasing the participation and inclusion of children with disabilities in Island life. To be awarded annually towards costs for items approved by the Foundation’s Board.

Deadline: June 30 (each year)
Number: 6
Value: $500.00


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