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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
Due May 1
Amount $1000

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 Wood/Mr Peters
Due Date – May 1st


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
Due Date – May 1
Amount – $1000

Arthur and Theresa MacDonald Charitable Trust 5 Scholarships of $1,000

This Scholarship Fund was transferred to the CFPEI in 2011 by the committee of the Arthur and Theresa MacDonald Trust. The income from the funds assists Island students who are in a PEI post-secondary program and who could benefit from financial assistance. Awards determined by CFPEI Granting Committee.
Due date – May 1st

Gordon Doughart Memorial Award : $600

Currently attending Grade 12 in a Prince Edward Island high school
Entering a program at Holland College in the fall of the graduating year
Applicant or a member of his/her immediate family have been directly impacted by cancer
Applications are also welcomed from students who have not been directly impacted by cancer but who have provided significant volunteer service with local or provincial fundraising initiatives to support cancer research or to benefit a cancer patient
Required with application:
an essay (minimum of 200 words) on “How Cancer Has Impacted My Life”
Or – the applicant’s essay (minimum 200 words) should indicate the nature of the volunteer service, motivation for involvement and relevant outcomes.
a personal resume
the names and contact information for 2 references one of whom should be a school-based professional
the name of the intended program of study at Holland College
Award determined by an external award selection committee.
Due Date – May 1st

Lowell Phillips Scholarship Fund: $750
A student with a defined physical disability
A resident of PEI*
Enrolled in a post-secondary school
* An Island resident is a resident of PEI for at least 6 months plus a day prior to attending a recognized post­-secondary institution.
Due Date – May 1st

Noreen and George Corrigan Scholarship Fund – Learning Disability: $2580
This scholarship is awarded to an Island student with specific learning disabilities to attend a post-secondary institution.
Applicant is aged 18 to 30 years
PEI high school graduate or has a Grade 12 equivalent (GED and/or adult education upgrading) who is enrolled full-time at a Canadian post-secondary school
Documents a learning disability such as Dyslexia, Dyscalculia and or Dysgraphia. Conditions including AD/HD, Asperger’s Syndrome and other autism spectrum disorders, Cerebral Palsy, and psychiatric conditions do not alone qualify an applicant for this scholarship. Applicants with these conditions are welcome to apply but must also provide documentation of a specific learning disability.
Demonstrates financial need
Due Date – May 1st

Noreen and George Corrigan Scholarship – Single Mother: $1,720

Single Mother: Scholarship is awarded to a single mother who is enrolled in and/or attending a post-secondary school.
Demonstrated financial need
PEI high school graduate or equivalent who is between the ages of 18 and 30 years’ old
Enrolled in a Canadian post-secondary school
Single mother not in a common law relationship
Due Date – May 1st

PEI Protestant Children’s Trust Bursary $4,000

For Holland College students. First priority will be given to applicants with no living parents; second priority to applicants with only one parent; and third priority to applicants with parents not capable of providing financial support further education as required
PEI high school graduate (or equivalent), within the last eight (8) years
First year student enrolled in a one or two year course at Holland College
A PEI resident for five years or more
Affiliation with a Protestant Church (note from Church agent), regardless of denomination
Due Date – May 1st

Stephen Turner Memorial Fund: $500

A student enrolled in or attending UPEI, Holland College or Collège Acadie Î.-P.-É.
Demonstrated leadership in or dedication to community or community groups
Active in political organization(s) and/or community development initiatives demonstrated financial need
Due Date – May 1st

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Legacy Scholarship Fund 4 at $2,200 each
PEI students attending a PEI post-secondary institution. Students in financial need and who demonstrate leadership experience and volunteer support to causes attributed to the Royal couple, such as disadvantaged youth, military families, and conservation, may apply. Awards determined by CFPEI Granting Committee.
Graduate of PEI high school
Enrolled in an Island post-secondary intuition
Due Date – May 1st

Orin Carver Scholarship Fund
established in 1991 at the close of the Canada Winter Games to honour and recognize the leadership of Orin Carver who served as President of the games. Mr. Carver passed in 2001. Student must be in graduating year of a PEI high school, or enrolled in UPEI or Holland College. Intend to further full-time studies at UPEI or Holland College; exhibit a level of excellence and leadership in either athletics or arts fields, or in community service or a combination.
Achieved an overall average of 75% in previous academic year, with no individual subject mark less than 70%

St. Andrew’s Society Scholarship Fund
Conditions of Eligibility:
Full-time university student in any of the first three years of university
Resident of Prince Edward Island Roman Catholic and of Scottish descent, having either a Scottish surname or having at least 2 Scottish grandparents who were born with a Scottish surname
Due Date: Please note that this application does not open until August 1, 2019 – this scholarship will be moved to August

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 1st
Amount – $200

Souris Credit Union Scholarships – valued at $1800

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

Due Date – May 5th

Clifford Ford Memorial Award
In the spirit of continuing the importance of education, daughter, Laura Lee Noonan, funds this entrance award for a Souris Regional School student entering UPEI Bachelor of Arts program

Graduating student entering 1st year UPEI – Bachelor of Arts Program – preference given to a student majoring in English or Sociology
Cannot be already receiving a scholarship or entrance award from UPEI
Must demonstrate leadership through volunteerism and involvement in school extra-curricular and community activities
Amount – between $250 – 500
Due 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
Amount – $1000

PEI Mutual Scholarship
Awarded to one graduating student of SRS in the 2019 class who is attending a post secondary institution, must have good academic standing and demonstrate financial need. Completed application form and essay on why you think you are deserving of the award.
Due Date: May 16th to Ms MacGregor Harris
Amount: $1000

Kingsboro Baptist Church Bursary
Awarded to a deserving SRS student continuing with post secondary education. Students who qualify are asked to submit a 500 word essay on how volunteering has enriched their high school experience. Submissions must be completed and handed into Ms MacGregor Harris.
Amount – $250
Due Date – May 24th

Eastern Kings Fishermen’s Association Bursary

Awarded to a deserving student continuing with post secondary education. Criteria: Male or female, does not have to be daughter/son of a fisher, demonstrates financial need, good academic standing.

Students who qualify are asked to submit a 300 word essay on “The impact that growing up in a small coastal community has on your decision to pursue a post-secondary education and the importance of giving back to your community.” Submissions must be completed and handed into Ms MacGregor Harris by

Amount – 2 prizes of $2000
Due Date – Friday, May 31st.

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
Due date – May 29
Amount – $1500

The PEI Roadrunners Bursary

$200 – Must run in high school – May 15th

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
Amount – $2500

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
Amount – $500

Joseph Spriet Scholarship Estimated award: $5,000

The award recipient will be in studies related to human services, business, sports or agriculture and who can demonstrate 200 hours of volunteer work with sports and/or charitable organizations. Awards determined by CFPEI Granting Committee.
Criteria: One of the following criteria:
A full-time post-secondary Island student who has a disability or
A second, third or fourth year Island student pursuing full time post-secondary undergraduate or
A post-graduate student pursuing masters and doctorate or
A high school graduate in the workforce for one year and enrolled in a post-secondary institution
Due Date – May 31st


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