Application deadline: April 15, 2022 for programs starting between April - December 2022
Oct 1st, 2022 deadline for programs starting between January 2023 to April 2023
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More than $366,000 of awards are available for incoming students. Get rewarded for your hard work.
Application deadline: April 15, 2022 for programs starting between April - December 2022
Oct 1st, 2022 deadline for programs starting between January 2023 to April 2023
The Delta Trades & Technical Career Scholarship provides Delta residents who are in their graduating year at a Delta high school, or who have graduated from a Delta high school within the past five years, an opportunity to pursue post-secondary education in the area of trades and technology.
Eligibility and Scholarship Criteria
The City of Delta is offering two scholarships opportunities, the Heritage Scholarship and Agricultural Advisory Committee Scholarship.
The Heritage Scholarship is a $2, 000 scholarship. It is an annual scholarship awarded to a high school student living in Delta. Eligibility and criteria for the scholarship are:
The City of Delta and Delta's Agricultural Advisory is offering a $2, 000 Agricultural Advisory Committee Scholarship opportunity for Delta high school students who are pursuing a post-secondary education program in agriculture. For more information, please visit the City of Delta Agricultural Advisory Committee Scholarship website.
The scholarship deadline is March 31, 2022
Are you often described as a leader, an achiever, or an innovator? Do you have limitless drive, ambition, and determination? If so, there’s an opportunity to receive a $25,000 prize towards your post-secondary education.
Founded in 2016, the STEAM Horizon Awards presented by Ingenium – Canada’s Museums of Science and Innovation and the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada invite Canada’s youth to promote positive changes throughout their community using science, technology, engineering, arts, and math (STEAM).
Winners will be awarded a $25,000 prize for their post-secondary education. Two of the five prizes will go to Indigenous youth. We are confident that these recipients will act as role models and ambassadors for future STEAM generations.
Deadline to apply is January 14, 2022.
National Scholarship Program
National Scholarships are designed to recognize all-round excellence. They are awarded on the basis of outstanding academic performance to candidates who demonstrate ability for creative and innovative thought and a passion for the pursuit of learning. National Scholarships also recognize exceptional achievement in extracurricular activities such as the arts and athletics. A special emphasis is placed on a candidate's commitment to community service through ongoing contributions to school and community life.
President’s Entrance Scholarships
1 at $70,000 ($25,000 for year one, $15,000 annually for years two to four)
4 at $65,000 ($20,000 for year one, $15,000 annually for years two to four) and;
Up to 15 at $50,000 ($20,000 for year one, $10,000 annually for years two to four)
Beryl Ivey Continuing Entrance Scholarship
ONE at $72,000; payable $18,000 per academic year for a period of four years.
International President's Entrance Scholarships
3 at $50,000 ($20,000 for year one, $10,000 annually for years two to four)
Faculty Entrance Scholarships
Up to 15 at $30,000 ($12,000 for year one, $6,000 annually for years two to four)
National Scholarship Study Abroad Awards
Up to 39 at $2,500 for up to 4 months (one term), $5,000 for over 4 months (more than one term)
National Merit Awards
Those students who are interviewed for a National Scholarship but not offered a National Scholarship or a Schulich Leader Scholarship and accepting an offer of admission to main campus will receive a one-year National Merit Award valued at $2,000. Recipients will also retain eligibility for an Admission Scholarship ranging in value from $2,500 to $8,000.
Note: Students in receipt of a National Scholarship or a Schulich Leader Scholarship are not eligible to receive a Western Scholarship of Excellence, Western Scholarship of Distinction, Western Admission Scholarship, Western International President's Scholarship, Western International Provost’s Scholarship or a Western International Scholarship.
DSS can nominate up to 4 students. This scholarship is open to both Domestic and International students. If you wish to be considered for nomination, please let me know by Dec 13th
The Mitchell Slater Foundation Scholarship honours the legacy of Mitchell Slater, a 15 year old who died by suicide in 2017.
The Foundation was created the following year by his family and close friends to help raise awareness and end stigma surrounding mental health.
Our vision in creating this scholarship is to provide opportunity and invest in the potential of all students regardless of academic achievement.
The scholarship is available to all students in all school districts. We would like students to be creative in using whatever skills or talents they may have. This is not an academic based scholarship.
Application process: To be considered for this scholarship, tell us your story, who you are, what your dreams and goals are, and what the funds would be used for. If you have a memory of Mitchell, or if you or someone close to you has been impacted by a mental health issue, we encourage you to share how it has impacted your life. You can submit your story in whatever way you'd like - a letter. a video. collage, create something. Want to go into carpentry? Build your application, draw up some plans! Are you into Photography? Make a slideshow! Get the idea? All formats accepted. Examples of prior applications we have received are: poetry, slideshows, short film, artwork, letter
2022 Application deadline March 1, 2022. Please send submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Scholarship Application”
Schulich Leader Scholarships are Canada’s most coveted undergraduate STEM scholarships.
Up to one hundred are awarded to entrepreneurial-minded high school graduates enrolling in a Science, Technology, Engineering or Math program at 20 partner universities across Canada. Half are valued at $100,000 for engineering scholarships and half are valued at $80,000* for science and math scholarships.
Every high school in Canada can nominate one graduating student each year to apply for the scholarship.
Please email or text me by December 6th if you wish to be nominated
Student eligibility criteria:
Graduate high school or cégep in the 2021/2022 academic year
Be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident
Plan to enroll in an eligible STEM program at one of our partner universities (view eligible programs at schulichleaders.com/universities)
Meet the following criteria:
Academic excellence, AND
Leadership, charisma and creativity.
*Strong consideration will be given to students with financial need.
Be entrepreneurial-minded and intend to pursue a career in one or more of the following focus areas:
Entrepreneurship and business enterprise;
Applied scientific research.
We are NOT considering students who:
Focus on activism (environmental/political/societal)
Intend to become a practicing physician and/or medical researcher (e.g. Doctor, Dentist, Nurse, Psychologist, Pharmacist, Optometrist, etc.)
Intend to become a Professor and conduct theoretical research
We are looking for resilient BC students facing financial adversity who have the academic readiness to advance their education, achieve their dreams, and inspire others.
Our scholarship provides access to BC public universities, colleges and trade schools and enables promising Grade 12 BC students to achieve their dreams.
To be considered for the 2022 program you must meet the basic eligibility requirements:
Residency: Be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident for at least three years and reside in British Columbia.
Aptitude: Currently be in Grade 12 and have a minimum grade average of 75% in the most recently completed school year.
Intent: Plan to be a full-time student and use the funding for post-secondary education..
Institution: Apply to one of the twenty-five BC post-secondary institutions or trade schools.
Financial Adversity: Demonstrate your and/or your family's financial adversity, and how it has affected you.
Engagement: Receive endorsement from your secondary school and a community organization.
Deadline: Jan 13, 2022
Sunshine Society is excited to give back by providing financial recognition to a student who shows extensive leadership within the community, has faced or currently faces adversities, and faces financial hardships.
This is the first time that Sunshine Society has come out with this opportunity and we are looking forward to offering this opportunity annually!
The scholarship requires that candidates are currently in the 12th grade at a secondary school in the Metro-Vancouver region and is confirmed to be attending an accredited Canadian post-secondary institute. Candidates must demonstrate strong community involvement, possess the motivation for a bright future in the face of adversity, and be facing financial hardships.
To qualify for a $250 scholarship on behalf of Sunshine Society, the student will be required to meet the following criteria:
In the event that you are chosen as the recipient, you must be prepared to provide us with
Applicants must email this document as a PDF by November 20th at 11:59pm
Late applications will not be considered.
*Only complete applications with all criteria attached are eligible*
Submit your application to:
Feel free to email us (email@example.com) or DM us on Instagram (@sunshinesociety.bc)!
:Are you an Indigenous youth in Canada looking to pursue post-secondary education? The RBC Future Launch Scholarship for Indigenous Youth could help you achieve your post-secondary goals. Apply today!
The RBC Future Launch Scholarship for Indigenous Youth will award 20 scholarships annually valued up to $10,000 each per year (up to 4 years) to First Nations, Inuit and Métis students across Canada demonstrating strong academic performance and community involvement.
RBC has been providing a scholarship for Indigenous students to complete post-secondary education since 1992. To date, more than $1.8 million dollars have been awarded to 198 Indigenous youth across Canada pursuing post-secondary education.
Eligible Institutions: Canadian educational institutions which have recognized provincial degree/diploma-granting powers, or their affiliates (e.g. vocational schools, colleges, universities)
Field of Study/Program
About The ScholarshipAre you stuck right now, but have a plan for how to achieve your dreams?
The RBC Future Launch Scholarship will be awarded to those who show a clear vision for their future.
Deadline to apply: Dec 15
To support and assist Lifesaving Society trained lifeguards and instructors pursuing post secondary education in British Columbia or the Yukon.
Three Scholarships of $1000.00 each will be awarded each year.
Nominees must be holders of current Lifesaving Society awards and be actively employed by a BC & Yukon Branch affiliate as a lifeguard or Lifesaving Society Instructor, part-time or full time. Nominees must also be pursuing post-secondary education in the subsequent school term at a university, college or vocational school in BC or the Yukon.
The D.B. Perks Scholarship will be administered through the BC & Yukon Branch of the
Lifesaving Society. All applications will be reviewed for eligibility and six finalists will be
chosen. Finalist applications will then be rendered anonymous and sent for review to Doug Perks, owner of D.B. Perks and Associates, for determination of the four successful
Deadline: Jan 31st
SFU recognizes high school students who demonstrate excellence in both their academic and extracurricular activities. The SFU Undergraduate Scholars Entrance Scholarship (USES) Program is designed to attract and engage high school students who demonstrate potential to enrich the university community through ongoing academic and community contributions.
Scholarships are available to domestic and international high school students admitted for the fall term to an undergraduate degree in any faculty.
Admission Requirement: Applicants must have grades in the 90% range in courses required for their selected program or 31 IB points (excluding predicted bonus points).
Recipients will be notified from March to May 2022.
Apply by Dec 15th through your student portal
The UBC Centennial Scholars Entrance Award program assists students who are transitioning to UBC from secondary school or another post-secondary institution. The purpose of the program is to financially support academically qualified students who show an interest in joining and contributing to the UBC community, but who would not be able to attend without significant financial assistance. Through the program, new students can access a variety of one-time and renewable awards of up to $80,000.
Are you eligible?
To be considered for the Centennial Scholars Entrance Award :
The Centennial Scholars Entrance Award is separate from the Presidential Scholars Award. You are eligible to apply for both awards, provided you meet the criteria.
How do you apply?
A completed UBC Entrance Award application will include the following:
UBC is looking for the most accomplished and promising Canadian citizens and permanent residents to join our community. The Presidential Scholars Award program offers the most prestigious awards available to students who are entering UBC. These include a one-time award of approximately $5,000, and renewable awards of up to $40,000 on the Okanagan campus, and $80,000 on the Vancouver campus, each payable over four years.
Are you eligible?High school and CEGEP students who are Canadian citizens and permanent residents are eligible for the Presidential Scholars Award. These awards recognize students who excel across the board and who have demonstrated academic and leadership achievements in the arts, community, athletics, and school.
How do you apply?Students wishing to be considered for a Presidential Scholars Award must apply to UBC by December 1, and indicate that they would like to be considered for the award when asked in their UBC application. All sections of the online application must be completed by December 1, including paying the admission fee, in order to qualify.
All high school applicants will be evaluated for the Presidential Scholars Award for their first-choice degree based on their Academic Profile, Personal Profile, and “scholarship short answer” sections of the online application. We will not evaluate second-choice degrees for a Presidential Scholars Award.
When will you be notified?UBC will contact the majority of Presidential Scholars Award winners by the end of day on April 27. Only successful award applicants will be contacted.
Grade 12 Graduates Eligible for $16,000 through RE/MAX Quest for Excellence Bursary Program!
RE/MAX 2022 Quest for Excellence®
The Quest for Excellence program is a bursary program for grade 12 students in Western Canada. It was established by RE/MAX of Western Canada to recognize the success and ongoing pursuits of Western Canadian students in regard to leadership and community contribution initiatives.
What is Awarded?
RE/MAX of Western Canada will award 16 bursaries of $1,000 each to qualifying Grade 12 students. In addition, each award includes a Certificate of Excellence signed by the Regional Executive Vice President of RE/MAX of Western Canada. Winners will be notified in April 2022.
Who Can Participate?
The Quest for Excellence is open to all Grade 12 students attending high school from September 2021 – June 2022. Grade 12 students may not have participated in graduation commencement ceremonies in the past. Applicants must be a resident of one of the following provinces/territories.
Students are to convey the contributions they have made to their communities in a short online essay, maximum 1,250 words. Key qualities students should demonstrate are leadership, motivation and communication skills. Other attributes may include volunteering, participation in charitable events or fundraising, and contributions that enrich the lives of others and their communities.
SUBMIT ESSAY HERE
RE/MAX 2022 Quest for Excellence program will open for submission on September 13th, 2021 until March 14th, 2022.
For questions regarding this program, please email Marie Sheppy at firstname.lastname@example.org
Providing university scholarships to students who exemplify the humanitarian ideals of Terry Fox by volunteering and giving back to their communities.
To be considered for the Award, applicants must meet be:
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
Please note: 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 by Sept 28 - please ensure you have submitted your BRAG sheet in google doc's
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.
What are the TD Scholarships for Community Leadership?Since 1995, TD has awarded millions in scholarships to recognize students who have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to community leadership. TD Scholarship for Community Leadership recipients receive up to $70,000 for tuition and living expenses as well as opportunities for paid summer employment, peer networking and mentorship. Supporting young community leaders is one way TD is helping build a more inclusive and sustainable tomorrow.
Up to $10,000 for tuition each yearFor a maximum of 4 years$7,500 for living expenses each yearFor a maximum of 4 yearsUp to $70,000 in total over 4 yearsPer scholarship awardedUp to 20Scholarships available to be awarded annually
Due: Nov 15
The selection of a Loran Scholar is unique in its attention to a young person’s character. We believe that integrity, courage, grit and personal autonomy are better indicators of overall potential than standard academic measures. To discover these traits, we administer the most comprehensive and thorough scholarship selection process in Canada. Tenable at 25 partner universities, the Loran Award is valued at $100,000 over four years, including mentorship, funding for summer internships and participation in an extensive network of past and present scholars. This year, we are offering up to 36 Loran Awards. In addition, we are granting up to 118 finalist and provincial & territorial awards ($5,000 or $2,000 each, respectively) to promising candidates.
In 2020/21, we conducted 1,704 virtual interviews with students from across the country and invited 72 finalists to participate in national interviews. Students describe the process as an opportunity to reflect on their motivations and to imagine the lives they want to live. Whether or not they are selected for an award, many students come away from interviews with new connections, friendships and ideas.
Eligibility Criteria for High School Students
Applications for the 2022 Loran Award are now open! Get started today.
Our application process takes place annually in September/October. Shortlisted candidates are notified at least two weeks before their semi-final interview date.
There is no limit to the number of applicants from a single school.
Our committees review all applications and invite shortlisted candidates (semi-finalists) to attend online interviews. These interviews are an opportunity for semi-finalists to connect with one another, meet the local leaders who serve as our interviewers, and gain valuable interview experience.
After semi-final interviews, our committees invite outstanding semi-finalists to participate in our national interviews. Our committees also grant provincial & territorial awards ($2,000 each) and honour citations to semi-finalists who distinguish themselves at the semi-final level.
Due: October 13
Deadline: June 5, 2021
Youth Transforming Society (YTS) is a registered, 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 close to $20,000 for various organizations and have helped hundreds of students get involved. For more information, please visit our website at www.youthtransformingsociety.org.
To further our goal of inspiring volunteerism, creating positive change throughout our communities, we will be awarding the YTS Scholarship for Community Service which stands at a value of $1000. This will be awarded to an individual who showcases dedication and commitment to their respective passions and selfless service in their communities.
The application deadline for the YTS Scholarship for Community Service 2021 has been extended to June 5, 2021 at 11:59 PM.
Change starts with you! We hope to celebrate the achievements of the youth who have gone above and beyond, can speak to the challenges they have overcome, and can recognize how giving back to their communities makes them feel!
Great news, our 2021 Nelson Scholarship Program is now open!
Are you a Grade 12 student excelling in the classroom and making a difference in your community? Apply for one of our $10,000 scholarship opportunities. Recipients of the awards are young leaders of tomorrow, showcasing a commitment to community stewardship and academic achievement.
This year, we are once again offering two incredible opportunities for students, our Civic Leadership Scholarship and our Indigenous Student Scholarship, in partnership with Indspire.
To learn more about our scholarship program and how to apply, click the link below and be sure to share with your students.
Applications close June 30, 2021 so let them know to apply today.
The Confratellanza Italo-Canadese was founded in 1904 and is committed to the preservation of Italian cultural heritage and contributing to the enrichment of the multicultural community in the Greater Vancouver area (for more information about us visit our web site at www.confratellanza.com. This year we are offering several $1,000 scholarships to assist eligible students in their post-secondary studies:
The scholarships are open to this year's graduating secondary school students planning to enroll in a post-secondary educational institution for the first time in 2021. To be eligible for this scholarship candidates must 1) be of Italian origin i.e. as having at least one parent or grandparent of direct Italian descent, 2) be living in a city or municipality within the 21-member Greater Vancouver Regional District, 3) have an academic standing sufficient to qualify for entry into the post-secondary institution of their choice, and 4) submit a completed application form with supporting documentation post-marked no later than June 15, 2021.
The scholarship winner will be determined by a selection committee appointed by the directors of the Confratellanza Italo-Canadese Society. The decision of the Selection Committee will be final.
The Confratellanza will pay the $1,000 scholarship directly to the winner. This will be done upon presentation of an official receipt of registration and fee payment from the educational institution to which the winner has enrolled.
The winner will be required to provide his/her photograph and agree to allow it and a related news release to be circulated and publicized. The winner or his/her representative will be required to attend, as a guest, the Confratellanza's Christopher Columbus banquet at the Italian Cultural Centre in October 2021.
Send completed application with supporting documents post-marked no later than June 15, 2021 to:
P.O. Box 57091
2748 East Hastings Street
Vancouver, B.C. V5K 1Z9
Download application here
Career and Post Secondary Advisor