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A free post secondary scholarship and matching service for Canadian students. Just fill out the survey and they will send you all the scholarships you qualify for. Includes a variety of scholarships as well as opportunties to win cash rewards.
The following regional scholarship awards are also open to Peel Board students. Application packages are posted starting in January each year. Check back regularly for updates.
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A database of post-secondary scholarships, bursaires and grants. Also includes information about student loans, applications and budget planning.
To assist eligible students who do not have the resources to meet the costs of postsecondary education. To provide financial assistance for educational costs and basic living expenses where students (and their families) do not have the resources to meet these costs. The intent is to supplement, not to replace, the financial resources that you (and your family, if applicable) are expected to contribute. Assistance is based on financial need as established by the federal and/or provincial governments and as determined by the ministry through an assessment of your Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) application. Educational costs (such as tuition fees, books and supplies, basic living expenses) and the resources that you (and your family, if applicable) are expected to contribute are taken into consideration. It is not the purpose of student financial assistance to supply all the assistance you may need to meet your educational and living costs.
AIA is a national trade association representing the automotive aftermarket industry in Canada. AIA Canada offers five separate scholarships for five distinct student type.
The Vari Scholarship/Bursary is awarded annually to students who embody both academic excellence and a proven desire to pursue a future career in teaching. The competition is open to all qualified students who have a serious interest in pursuing a career in teaching at the primary/junior or secondary level. The successful candidate(s) must register at Victoria College in the University of Toronto to receive the award.
A comprehensive website where you can find information about post secondary scholarships, post-secondary educational and trades programs, and university profiles.
A Canadian government website that provides information on loans, grants, scholarhsips and more.
A Canadian government website that provides information on subjects such as awards and loans.
Schulich Scholarships in Science and Education are presented to select students admitted to the Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree at Nipissing University with a focus in education (BSc with Concurrent Education or Orientation to Teaching). 100 scholarships are available with a value of $5,000 each. Recipients must have a minimum 75% grade average in their best six 4U/4M final grades and demonstrate strong academic achievement, community volunteerism and financial need. An application is required.
The RBC Royal Bank Scholarship for New Canadians is designed to encourage young people who have immigrated to Canada to share their experience of adjusting to life in a new country. 12 scholarships valued at $3,500 each are available.
The Canadian Printing Industries Scholarship Trust Fund was initiated by the Canadian Printing Industries Association in 1971, through the efforts of a group of visionary printing industry executives. Since then, hundreds of thousands of dollars have been donated, as a result of the generosity of firms and individuals associated with the printing industries in Canada. The primary objective of the Fund is to attract the most talented young people available to the printing industry by providing financial assistance to them while they are enrolled in a graphic arts management or technical program.
The Healthy Lifestyles Scholarship was established July 2008 in memory of Joan Whitworthe. Joan was involved in working with individuals as an occupational therapist. She is recognized for her devotion in promoting a healthy lifestyle. Thanks to family and friends, in her memory, a scholarship of $5,000 has been created. The scholarship is awarded annually to a student (male or female).
The Ontario Hostelry Institute was established in 1977 by hospitality industry leaders concerned over the scarcity of well-trained and educated hospitality professionals. The Institute undertakes various projects whose primary objectives are to serve as catalysts in raising standards of post-secondary hospitality programs; to serve as an advocate for the industry in matters relating to post-secondary education and training including apprenticeship; and to promote and recognize professional excellence in Canada’s food service-hospitality industry. The OHI is offering eight (8) College Entrance Awards to Ontario high school students graduating this year. Appilcants must enrol this September in any one of the following minimum two-year food service and/or hospitality diploma programs at an Ontario community college (culinary, hotel, tourism, food and beverage, hospitality, resort, events).
The Jean Lumb Foundation is a Canadian, not-for-profit organization that was established as a charitable foundation in 2008. Its purpose is to advance education by providing scholarships to high school students of Chinese heritage. Awards will be given to four outstanding students who have achieved excellence in academics, athletics, the arts and community services.
To be eligible for the Big Dig Scholarship, applicants must be currently in grade 12 or in their first year of college/university sometime in 2013-2014. Applicants must also submit a short essay. Only one scholarship is available, valued at $3,000.
The BBG Communications Scholarship is designed for students between the ages of 16 and 21 who are currently or will be attending an institution of higher education in the fall of 2013. To be considered eligible for the BBG Communications Scholarship you must: A) Be between the ages of 16 and 21 on June 30, 2013 B) Submit answers to the two essay questions, which can be found on the application page, prior to the June 30, 2013 deadline. C) Be a Resident of the United States or Canada. D) Have at least one full year of post secondary studies remaining at the time of the award Only one scholarship is available, valued at $1,000.
The HAVE IT YOUR WAY® Foundation is excited to announce the launch of the new and improved 2012 BURGER KING® Scholars Program. Click on the link for more details.
The Terry Fox Humanitarian Award recognizes humanitarian volunteer work. There is no set discipline students must study in order to receive the award, but they must maintain their academic, voluntary and career performance to a satisfactory level. Application deadline is February 1st of each year.
The Wiesenthal Scholarship was established in 2010 to recognize a student who best exemplifies the ideals which guided Simon Wiesenthal: tolerance, justice, and human rights. The Wiesenthal Scholarship is designed to recognize students who have demonstrated leadership in the areas of tolerance, justice, and human rights within their local and/or school community. The successful applicants will have embodied these ideals through their words, actions, and commitments. There are three scholarships available.
The Louise Russo Youth Awards recognize youth who exemplify the 3R's - Respect, Responsibility, and the Role of leadership through initiatives that reduce violence in their communities. The award celebrates and promotes the qualities that are important in making our communities a safe place to live, learn and play. Awards are open to individual youths and teams of youth across Canada between the ages of 9 to 19 presently enrolled in a school or an education program.
For the academic year beginning September 2013, the CCRW will be awarding six (6) scholarships. Each scholarship will be in the amount of $2,500. Conditions and Eligibility requirements are listed below. To be considered, scholarship applicants must: - Be a person with a long-term and reoccurring disability that restricts the ability of a person to perform the activities necessary to participate in educational activities. This limitation is expected to remain with the person for life. - Be a high school student entering the first year of studies in a Canadian post-secondary institution that is recognized by the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada at the undergraduate level. - Be a full-time student - Not be involved in the selection process or be a close family member of any scholarship selection committee member. - Not have been awarded one of these CCRW Scholarships in the past. - Scholarships are not renewable, one time payment only.