September

James Lee Foundation
Scholarship

The scholarship is open to emerging creative talent from across Canada wanting to enter into the advertising industry. Entrants must be non-professional Canadian residents over the age of 16. All fields of creativity related to the advertising community will be considered.
Upload a link to a portfolio that you host with a maximum of 10 pieces to the JLF website. In addition to your portfolio, please provide your contact information and a paragraph (max. 200 words) explaining how the funds would help you to pursue your creative path.
http://www.jamesleefoundation.com/
Deadline: September 15
Number: 1
Value: up to $5000

Ethel Boyce Achievement Award
The award is administered by Softball Canada and is given annually. It is expected that the award winners will have exhibited leadership traits and skills in softball. The award is meant to help defray the costs of education and/or playing softball.
To qualify for this award the applicant must be:
– Registered with a provincial/territorial softball association
– A resident of the province or territory
– In attendance at a recognized Canadian post-secondary educational institution, or plan on attending one in the following year.
http://www.softball.mb.ca/Documents/ETHELBOYCEACHIEVEMENTAWARD.pdf
Deadline: September 15 (of each year)
Number: 2 (1 female, 1 male)
Value: $1000

Canadian Wind Energy Association Blog Contest
Students, from across Canada, entering or in post-secondary education are eligible to submit multimedia or written entries on the theme of why wind energy is important to Canada’s future energy mix. Prizes will be awarded for the best blogs, most creative submissions and best use of multimedia.
The winners will be announced in Montreal on October 29th.
http://friendsofwind.ca/
Deadline: September 15
Number: 4
Value: $1000.

Canadian Young Speakers for Agriculture Competition
Jointly sponsored by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada and 4-H Canada, the Canadian Young Speakers for Agriculture (CYSA) competition is held annually in November at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair in Toronto. It is a fantastic opportunity to develop your public speaking skills and acts as a forum to express community concerns. Speeches are prepared on one of five topics and are 5-7 minutes in length. Cash prizes for two age groups Junior (11-15) and Senior (16-24)
http://www.cysa-joca.ca/core/en/how-to-register
Deadline: September 30, 2014 (to CYSA)
Number: 2
Value: $1000 (Senior); $500 (Junior)

Equals6: SimplyCast Bill Ritchie Scholarship
Open to high school, college and university students.
Criteria:
• Grade average for most recent full academic year
• Equals6 portfolio completion percentage

https://www.equals6.com/static/scholarship_details.php?id=2503
Deadline: September 30
Number: 1
Value: $450

Prince Edward Island Teachers’ Federation Scholarships
Students are eligible if they are dependents of PEITF members, retired members or deceased members. Two scholarships shall be awarded to a student attending an accredited university and one to a student attending an accredited community college or equivalent post-secondary institution who is registered for the student’s final year study.
http://www.peitf.com/members_only/987647T787T/economic_welfare/documents/1394463700PEITF_Scholarships.pdf
Deadline: September 30
Number: 3
Value: $1500

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