Creating Pathways to Success

Scholarships and Awards

Title of the Scholarship

Criteria

Deadline

Link/PDF to apply

eINFO

 

·         Search scholarship information for specific Universities

·         Scholarship information for students entering University

 

www.electronicinfo.ca

 

Scholarshipscanada.com

 

·         This site matches students with possible scholarships

 

www.scholarshipscanada.com

yconic

·         This site matches students with possible awards

 

www.yconic.com

Ayn Rand Institute Essay Contest

·         Open to students worldwide who are in Grade 12, College Undergraduate, or Graduate Student; write essay (800-1600 words) on one of 3 topics

·         Judged on style and content, looking for writing that is clear, articulate and logically organized

September

(various deadlines)

www.aynrand.org/students/essay-contests  

 

Hans McCorriston Motive Power Machinist Grant Program

 

·         Open to students worldwide who are in Grade 12, College Undergraduate, or Graduate Student; write essay (800-1600 words) on one of 3 topics

·         Judged on style and content, looking for writing that is clear, articulate and logically organized

October

www.aiacanada.com/scholarships.cfm

www.aiacanada.com

Horatio Alger Association of Canada Scholarship

 

·         Be enrolled full-time in their terminal year of high school taking classes through Spring 2016, progressing normally toward graduation in the Spring/Summer 2016, with plans to enter a post-secondary institution no later than the fall following graduation

·         Exhibit strong commitment to pursue and complete a post-secondary degree at an accredited post- secondary program

·         Demonstrate critical financial need ($55,000 or less net income per family is required)

·         Be involved in extracurricular and community activities

·         Display integrity and perseverance in overcoming adversity

·         Maintain a minimum grade percentage of 65

·         Attend high schools and reside in Canada

·         Be Canadian citizens

October

www.horatioalger.ca/en/scholarships

Loran Award

 

·         30 Loran scholars awarded annually.  Applicants show a firm commitment to character, service and leadership; breadth in academic and extra curricular interests; and entrepreneurship, strongly developed inner-directedness and a high level of personal autonomy.

·         Requirements: minimum cumulative average of 85%

·         Canadian citizenship or permanent residency status

October

www.loranaward.ca

MEI Academy Scholarship

 

·         High School students with an average of 80% and above; extracurricular involvement.

October

www.meiacademy.com/

Niagara Entrepreneur of the Year Awards

Gene Luczkiw Spirit of Enterprise Award

 

·         Recognizing the spirit of entrepreneurship the recipient will be attending a post secondary institution in Niagara or have started a small business.  The student must demonstrate the spirit of enterprise as defined by Gene Luczkiw, “the taking of initiative to achieve a self-determined goal while sharing your achievement with others.”

·         Some weight will be placed on grades and any demonstrated financial need, however the primary criterion for this award will be entrepreneurial or enterprising approach to assignments, extra curricular activities and/or community involvement.

October

www.niagaraentrepreneur.com

click “Awards and Nominations” heading and then click

 “Endowment Fund”

The Arthur Paulin Automotive Aftermarket Scholarship Award

 

·         To be eligible to win an Arthur Paulin Automotive Aftermarket Scholarship, applicants must be enrolled in an automotive aftermarket industry related program or curriculum at a Canadian college or university. This includes students pursuing their studies as an automotive apprentice. It also includes studies in any of the following automotive sectors: auto body, hard parts, heavy duty, or motive power (machinists).

 

November

www.aiacanada.com/scholarships.cfm

www.aiacanada.com

Ontario Junior Citizen of the Year Awards

 

·         Between the ages of 6-17; involved in worthwhile community service; a special person who is contributing while living with a disability; a youth who has performed an act of heroism; or a "good kid" who shows a commitment to making life better for others or doing things not normally expected of someone their age.

November

www.ocna.org

http://www.ocna.org/junior_citizen

For more information on the Junior Citizens Awards,

please contact Kelly Gorven (905) 639-8720 ext. 239

TD Canada Trust

Scholarships for Community Leadership

 

·         600 word essay describing community leadership involvement

·         Letter of recommendation from your school

·         3 letters of support or confirmation from the community group who have been the focus of the community leadership

·         Optional- 250 word essay describing your family and personal circumstances

November

http://www.tdcanadatrust.com/scholarship

University of Toronto - Arbor Scholarship

 

·         Must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, intending to begin university study in the following September; Awarded to students who demonstrate superior academic performance, original and creative thought, and exceptional achievement in a broad context. Students who are selected as finalists for the National Scholarship, but are not designated as National Scholars will receive the Arbor Scholarship.

November

www.adm.utoronto.ca/ns

CENTRAL Nomination Form

The University of Western Ontario- Brescia College

 

·         A grade 11 or 12 female student interested in attending Brescia

·         Registered participants research and prepare a five minute speech about women who are catalysts for change

 

November

www.brescia.uwo.ca/takethelead

Burger King Scholars Program

 

·         Residents of the United States, Canada or Puerto Rico

·         Be graduating high school

·         Have a cumulative high school grade point average of 2.5 or higher on a 4.0 equivalent

·         Plan to enroll full time, without interruption, for the entire 2015-2016 academic year at an accredited two or four year college, university or vocational-technical school in the U.S., Canada or Puerto Rico

December

 

www.bkclamorefoundation.org/WhatWeDo/

ScholarsProgram

Queen’s University Separate Application Scholarships

 

·         Various award applications with different criteria for each scholarship.

·         Go to the website and see what criteria applies to you.

December

Future Students

 

The Soroptomist Violet Richardson Award Program

 

·         This award recognizes young women between the ages of 14-17 whose volunteer activities make the world a better place. 

 

December

Violet Richardson Award Emailable Application

Casino Niagara Dependent Bursary Benefit

 

Mark C. Goldenberg, Executive Director of Human Resources
Casino Niagara

·         Available to any full-time or part-time employee of Casino Niagara who has a dependent child taking full-time post-secondary courses towards the completion of an undergraduate degree or diploma.

January

 

CWA Foundation Secondary School Awards Program

 

·         Students that are currently enrolled in a Secondary education program and applying for a certified welding program offered in a Post-Secondary Learning Institution recognized by Provincial authorities.

·         For other criteria refer to actual application

January

www.cwa-foundation.org

Herbert H. Carnegie Future Aces Foundation Scholarship Opportunity

 

·         exhibit exemplary citizenship qualities; be in need of financial assistance; provide evidence of the potential for success.

January

 

http://www.futureaces.org/

 

 

Maclean’s

·         Complete the application before the deadline

·         Must be attending a post secondary institution

January

www.macleans.ca/scholarship

 

University of Guelph National Scholarship Program

 

·          

·         The 12 scholarships valued at $32,000 each reward top students from across the nation and recognize academic excellence, innovation, community and school engagement, and leadership.

 

·         Requirements: minimum of 90% average

 

January

www.uofguelph.ca/president/scholars

 

RBC Aboriginal Student Awards Program

 

·         Aboriginal students who have at least 2 years remaining in their current academic program.

·         Based on personal and academic achievements

·         Individual financial need

 

February

http:scholarships.rbc.com    

RBC Royal Bank Students Leading Change Scholarships

 

·         In recognition of the growing number of Canadian students showing a passion to lead and inspire positive change in their community, we have created the RBC Students Leading Change Scholarship.

·         Currently enrolled in their graduating year of a Canadian High School or CEGEP who will be enrolled full-time in a degree or diploma program at a recognized publicly funded Canadian University or College in the fall of 2015 academic term

February

 

http:scholarships.rbc.com   

Schulich Leader Scholarships

 

·         Must be intending to enroll in a program at one of the 20 universities that are participating in the STEM areas of study (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)

·         Must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident

·         Must possess at least two of the following attributes:

·         Academic excellence

·         Outstanding community, business or entrepreneurial leadership

·         Financial need (students applying for financial assistance at university would meet this criterion)

February

www.schulichleaders.com

 

Terry Fox Humanitarian Award Program

 

·         “In recognition of having demonstrated the highest ideals and qualities of citizenship and humanitarian service while in pursuit of excellence in academics, amateur sport, fitness, health and voluntary community service.  In so doing has reflected those ideals of courage, humanitarianism, service and compassion, which Terry Fox embodied. “

·         Graduating students going into a University or College Program. 

February

www.terryfoxawards.ca

 

Top Twenty Under 20

 

·         A young person who has demonstrated significant amounts of Innovation, Leadership and Achievements in their life, school community, province or country

·         Under the age of 20

·         Canadian citizenship or permanent residence status

·         Pursue some form of post secondary education or training

·         All nominations must include a letter of endorsement by a sponsor. The sponsor must speak to the applicant's role and innovative project.

·         Not a past recipient of the Top 20 Under 20 Award

February

www.top20under20.ca

University of Guelph-Humber

 

·         Entering post-secondary studies for the first time at Guelph-Humber

·         Minimum of 90% average

February

 

www.guelph-humber.ca/financial/scholarships

University of Western National Scholarship

 

·         Be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident living in Canada

·         Minimum academic average of 90% on all Grade 12U/M courses. 

·         Must be applying to Western’s main campus as a full time student

·         Must be nominated by your Principal

February

www.registrar.uwo.ca/Financial Services

 

Vari Scholarship/Bursary for Future Teachers

 

·         Nominees must:

·         Demonstrate through extracurricular activities a genuine interest and commitment to teaching as a profession

·         Must have achieved high academic standing

·         Must intend to complete a broad range of courses, and must meet the admission requirements for the stream of study they intend to enter in the Faculty of Arts and Science at U of T.

·         Financial need must be demonstrated on the financial statement (Part B)

·         Must be Canadian citizen or permanent resident.

·         Registered at Victoria College

February

Admission Awards

               

Zonta Club Scholarship

Young Women in Public Affairs

 

·         Women who are pre-university or college age (16-20)

·         Active commitment to Volunteerism

·         Experience in local or student government

·         Volunteer Leadership Achievements

·         Knowledge of Zonta International and its programs

·         Advocating in Zonta International’s mission of advancing the status of women worldwide.

February

www.zonta.org

 

Allan Simpson Educational Fund Awards

 

·         Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident

·         Will be a full time student at a recognized University or College

·         An orphan (both parents deceased)

 

March

Application available in Student Services

 

Brock University OneApp

 

·         Students who will be attending Brock University

·         Complete the OneApp to be considered for all of their entrance awards and bursaries.

March

www.discover.brocku.ca/awards

Brock Leaders Citizenship Society

 

·         Students who will be attending Brock University

·         These honours are awarded to incoming secondary school students from all faculties.

·         These individuals have demonstrated excellence academically and personally through community leadership.

March

 

www.discover.brocku.ca/awards

Brock University- Niagara Principal’s Scholarship

 

·         Minimum of 80% average, academic achievement

·         Extracurricular activities beyond the students’ school requirements and/or significant citizenship contributions to their community

·         Students must also apply for admission, be admitted and register at Brock University to receive this scholarship.

March

 

 

Application available in Student Services

 

Carleton University Prestige Scholarships

 

·         Minimum of 90% average

·         Extracurricular Involvement

·         There are many scholarships that can be applied to with this one application

March

www.carleton.ca/awards

Dalhousie University Harrison McCain Scholarship

 

·         Entering students attending the Faculty of Agriculture (excluding Pre-Veterinary Medicine and Veterinary Technology) or School of Nursing

·         Have graduated from a high school in Canada

·         Minimum of an 80% average

·         Financial need

·         Leadership Qualities

·         Recognized initiative in funding own education

March

 

Application available in Student Services

Or

dal.ca/scholarships

Faculty of Engineering at

McMaster University

 

Hatch Entrance Scholarship

 

·         Admission to McMaster’s Engineering I program in the Fall/Winter session

·         Final admission average of at least 95%

·         Demonstration of leadership experiences & attributes

·         Involvement in extra-curricular activities in the community

·         Two letters of Reference

 

 

March

www.eng.mcmaster.ca/future/schol. html

It’s Your Job

 

·         Contest is open only to current Ontario Secondary School Students

·         Employees of provincial or federal workers’ compensation boards, provincial and federal ministries and departments of labour and their immediate family members are not eligible

March

www.labour.gov.on.ca

Nipissing University

Schulich Scholarships in Science and Education

 

·         Select students admitted to the Bachelor of Science degree with a focus on education

·         Must have a minimum of 75% average

·         Demonstrate strong academic achievement, community volunteerism and financial need.

March

www.nipissingu.ca/Schulich

or call 705-474-3450 ext. 4518

Aird Scholarship

 

·         Have a physical disability that is a major, long term impairment that severely restricts your activities

·         Be a Canadian Citizen or permanent resident

·         Be an Ontario resident

·         Plan to register for a  postsecondary program for Sept.

April

 

 

 

Application in Student Services

Constable Dale Racine Educational Bursary

 

·         Resident of Niagara

·         Achieved academic success

·         A good citizen of their school and community

·         Demonstrated that they are a person of strong moral character

·         Have demonstrated a commitment to the betterment of their school and community

April

Application in Student Services

Monika George Educational Bursary

 

·         Resident of Niagara

·         Achieved academic success

·         A good citizen of their school and community

·         Demonstrated that they are a person of strong moral character

·         Have demonstrated a commitment to the betterment of their school and community

April

Application in Student Services

               

The Justin Eves Foundation

 

·         Be attending or a graduate from an Ontario Secondary School

·         Have applied or been accepted to a College or University Program

·         Submit a complete application package by deadline

·         Have a recent (no more than 3 years old) Psychoeducational Assessment, clearly diagnosing a primary Learning Disability.

·         Be working toward you first Post-Secondary credentials.

April

Application in Student Service

Knights of Columbus Ontario Charity Foundation Bursary

 

·         Must be either a member of the Order in good standing, a wife, son or daughter of a member of the Knights of Columbus in good standing or of a deceased member of the Knights in good standing at the time of their death.

 

April

Application in Student Services

Lakehead University

Presidential Scholarship

 

·         Based on outstanding academic performance, leadership, community service, letters of reference and an interview.

·         Full-time students entering Lakehead University upon graduation from high school with a minimum average of 90% in their best 6 Grade 12 U/M academic courses or equivalent. 

April

 

www.financialaid.lakeheadu.ca  

 

Niagara Catholic District School Board Student Senate Scholarship

 

·         A student that shows participation and excellence in academics, athletic, community and Catholic involvement, along with extra curricular activities.

April

Application in Student Services or on the website

Niagara Heritage Quilters’ Guild

 

·         Must be graduating or is graduate last from a secondary school program in the Niagara Region and is continuing with post-secondary education in the field of textile/ fibre arts

·         Must be a Canadian citizen

·         Must show personal growth and leadership in school and community activities

·         Must be registered in a Canadian Post-Secondary institution

April

Application in Student Services

Ontario English Catholic Teachers of Niagara Award

 

·         Be a graduate of a Catholic elementary school

·         Be a graduating student of a Catholic high school pursuing post-secondary education in the fall

·         Meet all of the Award selection requirements indicated on this application by submitting a Personal Declaration and two references

April

Application Available in Student Services

Ontario Hockey Federation Bursary Program

 

·         Be registered for 3 years within the OHF in any capacity

·         Have registered with the OHF during his /her application season

·         Be a registrant in good standing with the OHF

·         Be enrolling or enrolled in a recognized post-secondary institution in Canada

·         Meet the admission standards of the post-secondary institution that he/she will be attending

·         Have maintained clear academic status. 

April

www.ohf.on.ca

 

Ontario Hostelry Institute

 

·         Applicants must be enrolling in a minimum two-year foodservice and or hospitality diploma at an Ontario Community college in one of the following program areas:

·         Culinary, Food and Beverage, Hotel, 

·         Hospitality, Tourism and Resort

 

April

www.theohi.ca

Sprowt Student Scholarship/ PenFinancial

 

·         Submit a video that explains ’what they want to be when they grow up and why?’, in two minutes or less.

·         Open to any student living in the Niagara Region who is planning on attending post-secondary school in the next academic year.

April

 

               

www.sprowt.ca

BBPA National Scholarships:

Academics Award

Athletics Award

Leadership Award

 

·         A Canadian citizen or permanent resident

·         A black youth between the ages of 16-24 years of age

·         Will be a full time student at a recognized University or College

·         See information brochure for specific criteria for each award

 

May

www.bbpa.org

 

 

 

The Branscombe Family Foundation Scholarships

 

·         Minimum average of 80%

·         Primarily based on financial need combined with academic excellence

·         Must be enrolling in a full time program

May

Application available in Student Services

Building Brighter Futures: Bursaries and Scholarship Awards Program

 

·         Indigenous high school student

·         Applying to Post-Secondary

May

https://indspire.ca/programs/building-brighter-futures/apply-for-a-bursary-or-scholarship/

 

               

Design Exchange

 

·         Competition open to current high school students

May

www.dx.org 

EF Educational Tours

 

·         Complete project guidelines

May

www.eftours.ca/GlobalCitizen  

Haynes Woodruff Bounty

 

·         Boys of good moral character who are residents of the St. Catharines vicinity

·         Desire to obtain a technical education or to learn a useful trade

·         Financial need

May

 

 

Application available in Student Services

 

James Bartleman

Aborignal Youth Creative Writing Award

 

·         Be 18 years of age or under

·         Submit an original creative writing piece that has not in any part been copied from any source

·         Self identify as being Aboriginal

·         Be a student enrolled in a school in Ontario as well as be a permanent resident

May

www.ontario.ca/bartleman

 

Kelman Scholarship

 

·         Be registered in an Ontario high school at the time of application, with the intent to move to college or university the following year

·         Have an interest in environmental issues, particularly water quality protection

·         Not have received the scholarship previously          

May

www.weao.org/scholarhips

 

Kiwanis Memorial Scholarships

 

·         Open to students who are entering post-secondary institutions in any field

·         Students must demonstrate financial need, academic ability and extra curricular activity

May

Application available in Student Services

Larkin Estate Award

 

·         Niagara Region Catholic High School graduate

·         In need of financial assistance for their university education

·         A student enrolling in a full time program in the Faculty of Arts at St. Michael’s college at the University of Toronto, in a school of nursing or social service work

 

May

Application available in Student Services

Leadership and Civil Service Award

 

·         Must have participated in Student Council, Prefects or Quad A at some point over the past four years

·         Must be a graduating Grade 12 student

·         Must be attending a post-secondary school in the Fall

May

Application available in Student Services

Meridian’s Commitment to Communities

Sean Jackson Scholarship

 

·         Ontario resident

·         Secondary Student (or has graduated within the past 12 months)

·         Accepted and entering a Canadian College or University

·         Achieved an academic average of 80% or higher

·         Demonstrated a strong commitment to his/her community through volunteerism and/ or initiating innovative community projects

May

www.meridiancu.ca/scholarship

Monsanto Canada Opportunity Scholarship

 

·         Students must be from a family farming operation with plans to enter their first year of post- secondary education in agriculture

·         Must demonstrate academic excellence, leadership capabilities and active involvement in their local community

May

www.monsanto.ca

National Engineering Week Award 2012

 

·         Graduate from a secondary school in the Niagara Region

·         Conditional or Final Acceptance at a post-secondary institution

·         Have accepted an offer of admission for an agricultural program

 

May

Application in Student Services

 

The Niagara Men’s Chorus

 

·         Graduating student from Niagara area Secondary School

·         Applicant is planning to study music or music education at an accredited post secondary institute

May

Application in Student Services

Nimbus School of Recording Arts

Mix Contest

 

·         Want to attend Nimbus School of Recording Arts

May

 

www.nimbusmixcontest.ca

 

OBCL Epilepsy Scholarship Awards

 

·         Open to all young people between 16-29 years of age, who are under the care of a Canadian Physician for the treatment of epilepsy.

·         Must be a Canadian citizen or have landed immigrant status.

May

www.epilepsyontario.org/

 

Ralph Bradley Memorial Bursary

 

·         Intend on furthering education in agricultural or water management related field

·         Must graduate with a minimum of 70% or greater

May

Application in Student Services

 

W. S. Watson Memorial Scholarship

 

·         Must be Roman Catholic

·         Acceptance in: Concurrent Education or Orientation to Teaching Program or Child Youth Studies

·         Intending on becoming a teacher in either elementary or secondary

·         Demonstrate a genuine desire to work with students in a Catholic environment

May

Application in Student Services

 

The Butz Family Scholarship

 

·         Over the age of 17

·         Contributes significant time and service to the YMCA or another charitable organization

·         YMCA experience

·         Has demonstrated leadership, initiative and commitment to serve others

·         Resides in the Niagara Peninsula

·         Is enrolled or participating in a recognized college or university

·         Can demonstrate financial need

May

Application in Student Services

YMCA of Niagara

Frank McNeil Youth Bursary

 

·         Between the ages of 15-24 years

·         Contributes significant time and service to a charitable organization

·         Has demonstrated leadership, initiative and commitment to service excellence

·         Financial need

·         Resides in the Niagara Peninsula

May

YMCA Bursaries & Scholarships

YMCA of Niagara

The Savoia Scholarship

 

·         Over the age of 17

·         Contributes significant time and service to the YMCA or another charitable organization

·         Has YMCA experience

·         Has demonstrated leadership, initiative and commitment to serve others

·         Is enrolled or participating in a recognized college or university

·         Financial need

May

Application in Student Services

 

YMCA of Niagara

Walter Oprzedek Youth Bursary

 

·         Over the age of 17

·         Contributes significant time and service to the YMCA or another charitable organization

·         Has YMCA experience

·         Has demonstrated leadership, initiative and commitment to serve others

·         Is enrolled or participating in a recognized college or university

·         Financial need

May

 

 

 

Application in Student Services

 

Kuska Family Memorial Student Award

 

·         $5000 annual award (maximum of 4 years)

·         Student graduating from Niagara Catholic District School Board

·         Student accepted and attending a Canadian College or University in September

·         Student demonstrates financial need

·         Student has a 75% average

·         Student who has demonstrated strong moral and ethical character in school and their community.

May 20th

Kuska family memorial student award (PDF)

Kuska family memorial student award (Doc)

CAA Niagara Scholarship Opportunity

 

·         Have taken travel and tourism or automotive related courses

·         Plan to major in a travel/tourism or automotive related program at a college or university

·         Academic achievement in their senior year

·         Leadership abilities as well as school spirit and community involvement

June

Application in Student Services

Canadian Printing Industries Scholarship

 

·         Must be enrolling in a first year approved program.

 

June

www.cpia-aci.ca/scholarship-trust-fund/index_e.php

Four Directions Scholarship 2014

 

·         Graduating student with aboriginal ancestry

·         Good academic standing (75% overall average in graduating year)

·         Proceeding into a post-secondary institution full time program

·         Involvement in the community/ school extra-curricular activities

·         Recommend by Secondary School, First Nation Community or Education Counsellor

·         Leadership qualities, dedication and good attendance

June

www.oneca.com

 

FWIO Provincial Scholarship

Federated Women’s Institutes of Ontario

 

·         Student must complete a 500 word essay

·         Applicant must be a Canadian Citizen and resident of Ontario

·         Full time students entering first year post-secondary studies

June

Application Available in Student Services

Great Questions Essay Competition

 

·         Essay information is available on the website

June

www.greatquestions.com

 

Make it Right Bursaries

 

·         Entering or enrolled in a residential construction program at a Canadian college (including students in pre-apprenticeship programs and apprentices); demonstrated commitment to a career in residential renovation or construction; need for financial assistance to obtain training.

June

makeitright.ca/Holmes_Foundation/

 

Niagara Peninsula Fruit & Vegetable Grower’s Association

 

·         Documented Learning Disability

·         Attending a postsecondary institution during 2014-2015 academic year

·         Student must be pursuing a Bachelor of Engineering or a Bachelor of Science in Physical Sciences

June

Application Available in Student Services

Ontario Holstein Scholarships

 

·         Youth from all six dairy breeds are eligible for this award which is funded by the Ontario Dairy Youth Trust Fund and the Ontario Holstein Branch.

Selection criteria is primarily based upon the applicant’s agricultural background. Key components are 4-H and Junior Farmer involvement, community activities and future goals.

June

Awards

Treblaires Scholarship for the Performing Arts

 

·         Be graduating from a secondary school in the Niagara Region

·         Conditional or final acceptance to a post-secondary institution for September

·         Have accepted an offer of admission for Music or Dramatic Arts

June

Application in Student Services

 

Niagara Region Bursary Program

 

·         Entering either your first or second year of post secondary education, leading to a certificate, diploma or degree, or a short term academic upgrading, trade or skills based training program

·         Canadian Citizen or legal resident

·         Living in the Niagara Region at time of application

·         In financial need- see eligibility list on the application

June

Application in Student Services

 

Niagara Region Bursary Program

 

·         Entering either your first or second year of post secondary education, leading to a certificate, diploma or degree, or a short term academic upgrading, trade or skills based training program

·         Canadian Citizen or legal resident

·         Living in the Niagara Region at time of application

·         In financial need- see eligibility list on the application

August

http://www.niagararegion.ca/government/awards-bursaries/student-bursaries/default.aspx

 

www.niagararegion.ca

 

Johnson Scholarship Fund

 

·         Canadian resident, completing high school and beginning post-secondary education.

·         Children or grandchildren of Johnson’s affinity group members and home and auto insurance clients.

August

www.johnson.ca

 

Save Everyday Scholarship

 

·         Under the age of 20

·         Recognizing and rewarding the exceptional accomplishments of students in the following 6 categories: Leadership, Arts, Culture & Recreation, Community & Volunteerism, Business & Entrepreneurship, Science & Technology and Government & Politics

August

www.SaveEveryday.com/Scholarships

 

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