The Tourism Industry Association of Prince Edward Island (TIAPEI) offers two $1000 Tourism Hospitality Scholarships each year to a PEI resident enrolled or who has applied to a recognized tourism hospitality program at either a college or university level. The objective of the scholarship is to attract professional workers to the Prince Edward Island tourism industry.
TIAPEI is changing the deadline for applications starting in 2018, the new deadline is May 1st. This information is also available on the website at

Orin Carver Scholarship

Open to students who are either a graduate of a PEI high school and are currently enrolled at Holland College or UPEI or graduating from a PEI high school and intend to further their full time studies at Holland College or UPEI,

Application Review Date – May 1st

PEI Industrial Technology Teachers Association Bursary

  •   Four bursaries, valued at $100 each awarded annually.
  •   Bursary Selection Committee consists of PEI Technology Teachers AssociationCriteria:
  •   Planning on pursuing a career related to a skilled trade.
  •   Student has taken a minimum of three skilled trade courses. (Automotive, Carpentry, and Welding)
  •   Reference(no letter required) from current member of PEI IndustrialTechnology Teachers Association.
  •   Please include resume with cover letter outlining why skilled trade courses have been valuable, relevant, or important to applicant.

Students can pick applications up in Student Services or from Mr Keeping/Mr Peters

The Gordon Doughart Memorial Award

Established by Gordon’s family to honour his wishes by assisting a Grade 12 student from Prince Edward Island who plans to attend Holland College and whose family has been impacted by cancer.
The Award:
The successful applicant will receive $500 applied to his/her student account at Holland College when attendance has been confirmed.
Must be graduating from and Island High School
Planning to attend Holland College in Fall of 2016
Have been directly impacted by cancer, or have a family member impacted by cancer, or involved as a volunteer in fundraising efforts for Cancer research
Deadline to apply is May 1st
Application must include a 200 Essay Requirement “How Cancer Has Impacted My Life”
Application must include a Resume & names of 2 references. Please see Student Services for details.


The SDU Board of governor’s Award is available to graduating high school students in good academic standing who have demonstrated ability in citizenship, leadership and service to community, church and school. This award is a non- renewable $1,000 award to students entering a post secondary institution. A minimum of one award per PEI High School will be given. Application deadline is May 1st of the current academic year. Applications can be found online at

Souris Credit Union Scholarships – valued at $2200

Available online. Deadline for applications, click on the following website to apply –

Due Date – May 7th


Joan Auld Scholarship -Open to students undertaking full time studies in a craft related field at a recognized post-secondary institution,
Application Review Date – May 15th

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,
Application Review Date – May 15th

Lowell Phillips Scholarship -Lowell Phillips Scholarship – open to high school graduates from Prince Edward Island who have a defined physical disability,
Application Review Date – May 15th

Arthur and Theresa MacDonald Scholarship –

– Student has been accepted to an accredited post secondary institution
– Student must demonstrate effort and dedication in their studies
– Student must demonstrate financial hardship
– Student must not be a recipient of a major scholarship
– Student must have satisfactory academic performance, but not necessarily honours

Application form can be accessed through the following link,
May 15th deadline

Architects Association of Prince Edward Island – $1500.00

Open to a Prince Edward Island student who graduated from a PEI High School and is accepted into a recognized architectural program,
Application Review Date – May 15th

Sport PEI

Four (4) scholarships of $1000.00 each to Island student athletes. There will be two (2) male and two (2) female scholarships awarded.

To be eligible, applicants must meet the following criteria:
-Are graduating from a Prince Edward Island High School;
-Have excelled in high school and or provincial sports during the current school year;
-Have demonstrated outstanding leadership qualities through volunteerism and sport
-Have maintained a strong academic standing during the current school year;
-Are entering 1st year at a post-secondary institution in the fall of the current year.

Applications for the scholarship must include the following items with the application form:
List and prioritize your five (5) most outstanding sport achievements. (Please be specific, e.g. 1st team All-Star AA Field Hockey, Bronze medal at Canadian Judo Championships-Junior division, -44 kg).
List your extra-curricular activities in sport (coaching, officiating).
Detail your future plans in sport.
Two (2) Letters of Reference (sport and/or leadership).
Copy of Official Academic Record (Transcript).

Click on this link to apply online

Deadline for applications is May 17

By assisting young people from farm backgrounds in their pursuit of a college or university education in agriculture, we are investing in their future careers – and in the future of the agriculture industry in Canada. The Monsanto Fund Opportunity Scholarship Program is available to Canadian high school students from family farms who are enrolled in their final year of high school as of May 29, 2015 and eligible to graduate from high school in 2015. Those eligible for a scholarship must be planning to enroll at a Canadian post‑secondary institution (degree or diploma) in a first year agriculture program. Successful applicants will each be awarded a scholarship valued at $1,500, based on demonstrated academic standards and leadership in the community. Selection will be made by an independent panel

The PEI Roadrunners Bursary

$200 – Must run in high school – Due, May 31st

Learning Matters Education Charity

Bursaries are made available to Canadian undergraduate post-secondary students who intend to make a positive contribution to Canadian society, and who have a demonstrated financial need.

Due May 30th

PEI Women’s Institute Education Scholarship

A $500 scholarship award annually to a PEI student, age 17-25 years, enrolled in any post-secondary institution for a minimum of one school year or 28 weeks. The applicant’s mother, grandmother or guardian must be a PEIWI member. Applicants will be judged based on self-motivation, community spirit and need. Highest marks are not necessary to receive to receive this scholarship.

Due May 31st


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