- Must be a Canadian citizen or landed immigrant.
- Must be a student in the process of graduating from high school or currently studying or registered at a post-secondary institution.
- Must complete the current application form and submit it to the Kinsmen, Kinette or Kin Club closest to their permanent residence by February 1. Bursary winners are notified before June 30 by their sponsoring club.
- Will be evaluated on their community and school involvement, knowledge of Kin Canada and financial need.
- Due: Feb 1
The Board selects a number of applicants to receive a bursary of $1,000 each, based on that year's contributions to the Hal Rogers Endowment Fund. The successful recipients and their sponsoring clubs are notified by June 30.
QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY - CHANCELLOR'S SCHOLARSHIP
Valued at $36,000
Superior academic ability
• Creative and original thinking
• Proven leadership qualities
• High school nomination required*
• Please see me if you wish to be nominated for this award
New for this year: Quarms is not tied to the Chancellor's Scholarship this year.
The University of Toronto National Book Award Program recognizes and rewards the very best Canadian secondary school students, regardless of which university those students choose to attend. These are students who demonstrate superior academic performance, original and creative thought, and exceptional achievement in a broad context. They excel in academic pursuits, demonstrate enthusiasm for intellectual exploration and have a strong involvement in the lives of their schools and communities. It is not necessary that the student intend to apply for admission to the University of Toronto. Award recipients receive a National Book Award recognizing their achievements, and as a symbol of their academic potential. It is a non-monetary award. The book will be presented to the student at their secondary school graduation ceremony at the end of the school year. Students nominated for this award are invited to submit an application to the National Scholarship Program.
Eligibility: Recipients must be: Nominated by their secondary school; Canadian secondary school students intending to begin university the following academic year; Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons; Students who demonstrate superior academic performance, original and creative thought, and exceptional achievement in a broad context; Students who excel in academic pursuits, demonstrate enthusiasm for intellectual exploration and have a strong involvement in the lives of their schools and communities.
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO - National Scholarship Program
Students who have been nominated by their schools as National Book Award recipients may submit applications to the National Scholarship Program. In addition, students who identify themselves as meeting the scholarship criteria are invited to apply directly for the National Scholarship, without having been nominated for the Book Award. The National Scholarship rewards original, creative and committed Canadian secondary school students. These are students who demonstrate superior academic performance, original and creative thought, and exceptional achievement in a broad context. They excel in academic pursuits, demonstrate enthusiasm for intellectual exploration and have a strong involvement in the lives of their schools and communities. Each year approximately ten students are named National Scholars (winners) and ten are named Arbor Scholars (runners-up).
Eligibility: Students who have been nominated by their schools as National Book Award recipients may submit applications to the National Scholarship Program. In addition, students who identify themselves as meeting the scholarship criteria are invited to apply directly for the National Scholarship, without having been nominated for the Book Award.
an original and creative thinker committed to school and community
a high achiever in academic and creative pursuits
enthusiastic about learning and intellectual exploration
a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person currently in your final year of Canadian secondary school or first-year CEGEP intending to begin university the following academic year
a National Book Award nominee or self-identify as meeting the criteria above
Value/Amount: The National Scholarship covers tuition, incidental and residence fees for up to four years of study. Finalists not designated as National Scholars receive Arbor Scholarships at a value of $7,500 in the first year and $1,500 per year for three additional years of undergraduate study. The scholarship is tenable only at the University of Toronto.
PLEASE let me know if you would like to be nominated for the Book Award/National Scholarship - please ensure you have submitted your BRAG sheet in google doc's
Grade 12 Essay Contest
Grade 12 students across Canada are invited to confess their contained financial calamity story by submitting their true-life handiwork to the CEWC 2019 Essay Contest, co-sponsored by Credit Canada Debt Solutions, Capital One, OLG, RBC, TD Bank, BMO, Financial Consumer Agency of Canada, MNP Inc., Oakman Group, Harris and Partners, and many others.
Prizes range from $500 to $5000, with over 20 prizes to be won.
Entries must be written in English or French and must not exceed 1000 words. Essays must be submitted between Sept. 3 and Oct. 15, 2019. For full contest rules, see the application page.
Want to Enter?
Submit your details along with your essay entry before October 15th 2019.
The Horatio Alger Association of Canada provides $1.2 million annually in need-based scholarship support for deserving students in all Canadian provinces and territories.
Scholarships of up to $10,000 are awarded to full-time students in their terminal year of high school with financial need (family income under $65,000) who have demonstrated integrity and perseverance in overcoming adversity, a commitment to pursue a post-secondary education, a desire to contribute to society, and a good academic record.
RequirementsTo be eligible to apply for the Horatio Alger Scholarships of Canada, applicants must meet the following criteria:
To find Canada’s next generation of leaders, we must look beyond grades and rankings to find the promise of character.
At the Loran Scholars Foundation, we identify and support young people who have the integrity and courage to make difficult decisions, the perseverance to work towards long-term goals, the curiosity to better understand the world around them and the drive to make positive change in their communities.
Our Awards: Renewable for up to four years, with a total value of $100,000, each Loran Award includes:
Each Canadian high school may sponsor applications for up to three students, while each CEGEP may sponsor up to eight students. Please contact your guidance counsellor, teacher or school administrator to learn about the sponsorship selection process at your school. Your school contact will need to complete a short online sponsorship form before October 18th, and they will receive the link to complete this form once your application and your reference letter are finalized.
Our 21 regional committees review the sponsored applications in their area and invite shortlisted candidates (semi-finalists) to attend interviews in their region or province. These interviews are an opportunity for semi-finalists to connect with one another, meet the local leaders who serve as our regional interviewers and gain valuable interview experience.
After regional interviews, our committees invite 60-75 outstanding semi-finalists to attend national selections in Toronto in February. Our committees also grant provincial awards and honour citations to semi-finalists who distinguish themselves at the regional level.
If you want to be nominated for this scholarship, please complete a BRAG Sheet (Found in my google classroom-code 44halki) by SEPT 17
Available to ALL post-secondary students attending a prescribed university or college. Preference will be given to dependents of past and present Vanga employees and students of South Delta and Delta Secondary Schools. A defined educational path to gain marketable skills aimed at specific career goals. Involvement in service activities will be taken into consideration.
Worth: $1,000 (first year) and $2000 (second year & higher)
Application due June 17, 2019
Applications can be picked up i the Career Centre
SOAR Philanthropic Society is a youth led non profit organization, providing scholarships and educational resources to local high school students. Since 2012, SOAR has given out over $50,000 in scholarship funds. This year the organization will be giving out over $35,000 in scholarship funds to graduating students for the categories of academics, adversity, arts, entrepreneurship, health and mindfulness, leadership, law and social justice, sports, trades, and more. Each scholarship is $1,000. Students can apply at www.soarps.org by May 31, 2019. Furthermore, SOAR is holding its annual leadership conference, SOAR Summit at the Surrey campus of Simon Fraser University on June 15, 2019. Students will get the opportunity to listen to leading professionals from various industries. Students will also engage in numerous workshops and activities focused on community involvement, financial literacy, and leadership. Students can register at www.soarps.org. For any questions, please contact SOAR at email@example.com.
Youth Transforming society (YTS) is a registered non-profit, student-led group based out of Surrey, BC that aims to raise awareness for humanitarian issues and encourage community volunteerism. Founded in 2010, we have since raised $20,000 for various organizations and have helped hundreds of students get involved. For more information about our organization, please visit: http://www.youthtransformingsociety.org/
To further our goal of inspiring volunteerism, we have created the YTS Scholarship for Community Service. This year, YTS will be giving out three $1000 scholarships. Each scholarship will recognize a student’s dedication and commitment to selfless service in the community. We hope to celebrate the achievements of three young individuals who have created positive change in their communities.
To be considered for this award, the applicant must be:
1. A graduating, grade 12 student attending secondary school within the lower mainland
2. Attending a Canadian post-secondary institution on a full-time basis beginning September 2019.
3. Actively involved in voluntary pursuits of any kind (humanitarian, environmental, etc…)
4. Minimum academic average of 70%
How To Apply
1. Review the eligibility criteria, application steps, and information document.
2. Complete the application form. Click here to access the form.
3. Email us your resume detailing your volunteer experience, leadership work, and any other extracurricular activities to firstname.lastname@example.org. Title your document under your name (e.g. John Smith). Your application will be considered incomplete if you do not submit your resume by the deadline.
4. Send us a video of yourself answering the questions found below in bullet points. We ask that you email us a link to Google Drive, YouTube, or Dropbox from where we can directly download your video. Title your video under your name (e.g. John Smith). Please ensure your video is between 2-3 minutes.
The application deadline is on Friday May 3rd, 2019 at 11:59pm. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to email us back at
Heritage Commission ScholarshipThe Heritage Advisory Commission Scholarship is awarded annually to a graduating high school student residing in Delta. This scholarship is provided in an effort to encourage students to display an interest in local or regional heritage, as demonstrated through an original piece of work. The scholarship is valued at $1,000 and is applied to a student's post-secondary studies (valid for all post-secondary institutions, including colleges, universities, technical and trade school programs, art schools, or any other career oriented coursework or program).
The Heritage Advisory Commission recognizes the importance of higher education in our mandate to promote public education and awareness in the area of local and regional heritage, conservation and preservation.
Scholarship Eligibility and Application
Due: May 31, 2019
2019 BURSARY NOW AVAILABLE
Deadline April 12, 2019
About the BursaryCMWAC is offering 4 x $500 bursaries to Grade 12 students in pursuit of full-time studies in any of the following fields: Social Work, Psychology, Nursing and Counselling. We thank all applicants for their time and effort, however, only four students will be selected to receive an award.
Eligibility RequirementsTo be eligible, a student must:
Closes April 12, 2019
We will notify bursary recipients through the email you have provided on the application form. Please double check that your email address is current.
The application form can be downloaded here. Submit the completed form by email, fax or mail. If you have any questions about the bursary program or application, please do not hesitate to call or email our organization.
Accepting your offer
We will notify bursary recipients through the email you have provided in the application form. Please double check that your email address is current and that CMWAC is on your safe sender list.
This scholarship of $1,500.00 is awarded annually to a deserving student pursuing post secondary education that has, through his/her actions, shown a caring and compassionate nature and actively serves the community. Certain factors have a major bearing on an applicant's success, such as participation in extracurricular activities, engagement as a volunteer and demonstrated leadership capacity.
Preference will be given to students pursuing a career in Heathcare or Philanthropy.
Please pick up applications in the Career Centre
Due: April 26, 2019
Deadline: April 26, 2019
R.T. Reynolds Memorial Scholarship
Mr. Robert T. Reynolds, one of Delta Hospital's first presidents and a member of Delta municipality's pioneer families, made an outstanding contribution to the community during his lifetime. Very active in the furtherance of sound and progressive agricultural policies and community works, he also dedicated much time and energy towards obtaining a hospital for Delta. His dedication and perseverance in the face of many obstacles was a major factor in the construction of the fine facility we are all so proud of today.
This scholarship of $1,500.00 is awarded annually in recognition of Robert T. Reynolds' exemplary service. It is open to all Grade 12 students who reside in Delta and who intend to undertake post-secondary education in any field. Preference will be given to those students pursuing a career in healthcare.
Certain factors have a major bearing on an applicant's success, such as their participation in extracurricular activities, community volunteer activities, and academic achievement.
Eligibility: Any Grade 12 student resident of Delta who is advancing to post-secondary education may apply.
Documentation: The following documentation is required:
1. The completed application form
2. A personal letter from the applicant detailing the chosen career, the institute selected or considering, the reason for pursuing this career and your significant contributions made to the community.
3. A copy of official senior secondary school transcript of Grade 11 and 12 mark.
4. Three letters of reference, no more than two from school
5. List of awards or certificates of achievement
6. Volunteer score sheet completed
Please pick up application forms in the Career Centre
Due: April 30
To be based not solely on academic standing but on financial need, plus students contribution to student and community life, and intention to further academic or technical schooling
To be given to either male or female children of deceased, disabled or other veterans and ex-service personnel.
Pick up applications in the Career Centre
Making a difference in the lives of studentsThe Charlene Reaveley Children’s Charity recognizes graduating students who harbor the hope and potential for a brighter tomorrow in the face of adversity through the loss of a parent and/or sibling.
CRCCS is proud to give back by providing financial recognition to students who exemplify Charlene’s involvement in the community and/or volunteer work which encourages the youth of today to be the leaders of tomorrow. This program was inspired by Charlene’s passion for children and desire for a closer community.
All bursaries require that candidates are in good academic standing, contribute to their communities, and will be furthering their education at a post-secondary institution upon graduation. CRCCS board of directors will select the successful recipients.
To qualify for a $1000 CRCCS bursary, the student will be required to meet the criteria. The criteria includes;
Applicants need to email or mail their completed essay with all criteria included and date stamped by April 15th of their graduating year.
Please ensure your application is complete.
Only complete applications are eligible for bursaries.
All criteria is required for a complete application.
The Royal Canadian Legion, Delta Branch #61, is pleased to offer the Bursary program again this year.
Financial need is the primary basis for choosing recipients and priority is given to children, grand children or great grandchildren of veterans. We encourage all eligible students to apply, there are four bursaries and
two of which are from the Poppy Fund, are awarded. Only two of the bursaries require the student to have a family member who was/is a veteran.
A veteran is defined by the Royal Canadian Legion as "Any person who is
serving or has honorably served in the Canadian Armed Forces, the
Commonwealth or its wartime allies, or as a Regular Member of the Royal
Canadian Mounted Police, or as a Peace Officer in a Special Duty Area or on
a Special Duty Operation, or who has served in the Merchant Navy or Ferry
Command during wartime"
The primary criteria for this bursary is financial need.
Deadline: April 30, 2019
Applications available in the Career Centre
Delta Hospital Auxiliary was formed in 1969 and is a major volunteer service provider and fundraising organization supporting Delta Hospital. In appreciation for the public support that we have received over the years the Auxiliary now awards six bursaries of $1500 each.
The following documentation is required
Please pick up applications in the Career Centre
Awarded to youth who have faced adversity and have not only risen up against the odds, but are demonstrating a commitment to continue their education. This award is open to students who have faced challenges like poverty, heath, family issues, personal loss and lack of support.
Please submit a BRAG sheet to the Career Centre by March 7th if you would like to be nominated.
You may have already heard of our new scholarship program, Beedie Luminaries, which we launched last November.
We offer scholarships, mentorship and summer paid-internship opportunities to promising students facing financial adversity. We award $40,000 per student over 4 years for undergrad degrees, and $15,000 per student over two years for college or trade diplomas (full-time studies).
In our first year, we will be selecting 50 students (from the Lower Mainland only) applying to eight Lower Mainland institutions: SFU, UBC, BCIT, CapilanoU, Kwantlen, Douglas, Langara and JIBC. The program plans to expand in the future to support up to 100 students throughout British Columbia each year, applying to all BC public post-secondary institutions.
The deadline for applications is February 15th, 2019.
The basic eligibility criteria for the program. To be considered, all applicants must:
To see the complete Program Guidelines and Criteria document please click here.
Apply https://beedieluminaries.ca/apply/ .
The Jonah Christensen Memorial Award was created by the Christensen family in memory and celebration of Jonah’s kindness, curiosity, mischievousness, and energetic drive to live life to the fullest. This annual award will encourage Canadian youth to embody these qualities as they look toward their future endeavours. Each year this scholarship will award the recipient $1000 in funding towards their post-secondary education.
Applicants will be required to submit a 750-word essay on the year’s topic by to email@example.com, by the submission deadline. Applications should have the subject line "Scholarship Application" and include their name, age, phone number, current high school and intended post-secondary institution.
The application period will be from September 1st, 2018 to March 31st, 2019. All applicants will receive a confirmation of submission, as well as with a decision by May 15th, 2019.
This year’s topic:
"I have no special talents. I am only passionately curious." – Albert Einstein (1952)
What role has curiosity played in your life, and how has it affected your values and goals?
AboutIf you are a young British Columbian who has made a difference in your community, we want to hear from you! The Trevor Linden Community Spirit Scholarship rewards students who have demonstrated outstanding leadership abilities and exemplary contributions and commitment to enriching the lives of others in the community.
Who is eligible?The Trevor Linden Community Spirit Scholarship recognizes four student leaders in the province of British Columbia who are entering their first year of post secondary education, are in good academic standing and have made exceptional contributions in the following areas:
How do we decide?Each applicant is reviewed and scholarship recipients are chosen based on who most closely meets the selection criteria from various regions in British Columbia (provided there are suitable, qualified applicants).
A total of four scholarships will be awarded to high school students who have the academic skills to successfully enter and complete post secondary education on a full-time basis.
Scholarship recipients will be notified prior to the end of June.
DOWNLOAD THE APPLICATION HERE
Please submit your application by March 15th, 2018 to (please note no electronic applications will be accepted):
Trevor Linden Community Spirit Scholarship
89 West Georgia
Drop them off in person at 89 West Georgia to the attention of Jessica Hoffman, Manager, Community Partnerships.
KPU Major Entrance Scholarships
APPLYThe Online Application is located by clicking the "Apply Here" link below and logging into the KPU Online Self-service (OSS) portal. Students require their KPU ID (student number) and password to log in. When logged in, please follow these steps: