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The applicant must also show an average of 70%. These scholarships are offered to Canadian citizens.
The application form for these bursaries must be submitted electronically between January 1st and April 30th of the current year for scholarships for the next Fall semester.
That’s why we offer the East Coast Credit Union Annual Bursary Program to eligible graduating high school students to help alleviate the stress of paying for education.
The deadline to apply for the 2018 East Coast Credit Union Bursary is March 5th, 2018. Please find the bursary application package here.
To be eligible, you must:
1. Be a member or the child or grandchild of a member of East Coast Credit Union.
2. Be enrolled full-time for your first year at an accredited vocational program, college or university for the upcoming academic year.
3. Complete the application form and submit it before the deadline.
Applications for the Pengrowth-Nova Scotia Energy Scholarship close on May 4, 2018.
Scholarships are open to girl and adult members who are pursuing post-secondary education at a recognized college, university or trades program. Whether you're studying engineering, education, political science, or anything in between, there's a scholarship that's right for you!
Awards: Eight scholarships in the amount of $1,500.00, five in the amount of $2,000.00, two in the amount of $1000.00 are anticipated to be available for the academic year beginning September 2018.
Conditions: To be considered, scholarship applicants must:
Be a person with a permanent disability. 'Permanent Disability' means a limitation that restricts the ability of a person to perform the activities necessary to participate in educational activities or in the labour force within the range considered normal. This limitation is expected to remain with the person for life;
Be a permanent resident of Nova Scotia;
Be entering or continuing studies, at the undergraduate level, in a Canadian post-secondary institution that is recognized by the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada; and
Not be involved in the selection process or be a close family member of any scholarship selection committee member.
- The Friends of Sable Island Society $1000 (CDN) scholarship is open to any grade 12 student in the Nova Scotia school system
- Monies must be applied to a post-secondary educational institution in 2018. Funds will be paid to the post-secondary institution on the student's behalf.
- Form of submission is the student’s choice: some examples are a 3-minute creative video, journal entry, feature story, op-ed, short story, original piece of art, speech, poster, news report, dialogue, 500 word essay, or poem.
- Areas of interest might include, but are not limited to, cultural or literary history, government projects, wildlife, oil and gas activities, fresh water, tourism, meteorology, geomatics, fishery, conservation, salvage, military. Go to www.sableislandfriends.ca for more inspiration.
- The winning submission will be featured on our website.
- All submissions remain the intellectual property of the students.
The Wessex Scholarship is presented annually to commemorate the visit by His Royal Highness The Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex to the IWK Health Centre in November 2015. A $5,000 award,
this scholarship recognizes the important role community service has played in supporting the IWK in providing exceptional care. The Wessex Scholarship is awarded to a deserving individual each June by the
IWK Board of Directors and the IWK Foundation Board of Trustees.
Eligible applicants will be from Atlantic Canada and entering, or already enrolled in, a post-secondary
health care degree level program at an Atlantic Canadian institution (please see Appendix A for a list of eligible programs). This scholarship focuses on the impact of community service and as such,
applicants should be active participants in their community. A minimum grade average of 80 per cent is required or an overall pass where a degree is marked using a pass/fail system.
At Gaspard, we are proud of our Canadian heritage. We are also extremely proud of our Canadian youth. After all, what good is a great country without bright and ambitious young contributors to help nurture and grow its magical legacy?
Gaspard is once again hosting a cross-Canada online scholarship contest worthy of the imagination and intelligence of our environmentally savvy students. It is our way to help you succeed and to contribute to a happier and healthier world.
Keeping Canada Green is not about pointing fingers at the world. It’s about each of us making a difference in our own unique and special way, one step at a time, through empathy, knowledge, commitment and resolve!
To be considered for one of three Future Health Research and Innovation Scholarships valued at $2500, grade 12 students in the Maritimes must intend on continuing their education at a Maritime post-secondary institution (college or university) in a field that will enhance research and/or innovation in health care.
Students submitting an application must include a cover letter, essay, letters of recommendation, and transcripts. The cover letter should explain why they are interested in a particular area of health research and/or innovation and how their post-secondary education will help them pursue their research goals. The essay must be written using scientific evidence to explain the specific area of health research and/or innovation they would like to pursue and how their research and/or innovation could potentially contribute to the health and well-being of children, women and families in the Maritimes. The student must provide one Academic Reference (e.g. a teacher who can speak to their marks and school performance) and one Character Reference (e.g. a coach or boss who can speak to sportsmanship or work ethic). Lastly the student must provide their Grades 11 and 12 (in progress) transcripts, and have a minimum average of 75%
- A graduate of a Nova Scotia high school in this academic year (not as a result of upgrading);
- A resident of Nova Scotia;
- A student who is entering the first year of an undergraduate Bachelor’s degree program this fall, and who has demonstrated an interest in multiculturalism and human rights; and,
- A student who will study for this degree at a university in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, or Prince Edward Island.
Peter Kohler Scholarship for Engineering Students