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Application due date: May 29, 2020
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Delta High School Field Lacrosse Scholarship Application
The Delta Lacrosse Association is pleased to offer one $500.00 Scholarship to a student graduation from any Delta Secondary School.
Scholarship Criteria: (Any or all of the listed below)
· Must have played field lacrosse for a minimum of two years with either Delta Footman or their high school.
· Must have volunteered as a lacrosse coach or referee.
· Must demonstrate good sportsmanship for the game of lacrosse.
· Must have an average or above average GPA.
· Complete the online application and email the following required documents (PDF format) to Elizabeth Oakley - Delta Lacrosse Executive Secretary.
Subject line RE: Field Scholarship Application and Full Name
· Send a copy of your last report card or school transcript.
· Send a letter of reference from someone who can attest to your volunteer service (include a phone number).
· Applications must be received by June 9, 2020
· The Delta Lacrosse Association Scholarship will be awarded at the recipientâ€™s Valedictory Ceremony.
Scholarship funds will be awarded upon the recipientâ€™s proof of Post-Secondary registration in a college, University or trades training program.
Box Lacrosse Scholarship Award
Each year the Delta Lacrosse Association awards the 'Delta Lacrosse Association Box Lacrosse Scholorship Award' as we understand the importance of education.
One $500.00 Scholarship will be awarded to one graduating Delta Islanders Intermediate age player.
Scholarship Award Criteria
- Must be a second year Intermediate Player
- Must be a high school graduate with average or higher G.P.A
- Must have played Delta Lacrosse for at least one year prior to graduating season.
- Must represent good sportsmanship for the game of Lacrosse
- Community and/or high school volunteer service
- Delta Lacrosse Association Service - coaching, referreeing, timekeeping
- Number of years played in Delta
- Complete the online application and email the following required documents (PDF format) to Elizabeth Oakley - Delta Lacrosse Executive Secretary.
Subject line RE: Box Scholarship Application and Full Name
- Copy of your last report card or school transcript
- Letter of reference from someone who can attest to your volunteer service (include contact information)
- Applications must be received by June 15, 2020. All applications will be considered and recognized.
- Scholorship funds will be awarded upon recipient proof of post-secondary education up to one year from recieving awards.
Delta Fastpitch Association Scholarship Application
Application timeline: April 1st to May 1st, 2020
Please do not submit applications prior to April 1st.
Delta Fastpitch Association invites current Delta Fastpitch players to apply for 1 of 4 Delta Fastpitch Scholarships valued at $500 each.
The scholarships will be awarded to a student who will either:
• Must be a current member in good standing with Delta Fastpitch
• Years of service as an umpire, player or coach for Delta Fastpitch
• Volunteer activities for DFA teams and/or the DFA organization
• Degree of competence as a player, coach or umpire
• Acceptance to a post-secondary institution
• Continuing education aspirations
• Copies of your last 2 years of high school grades
• A description of how you have contributed to the betterment of the sport of softball in Delta
The successful candidate will be selected by the Scholarship Review Committee of the Delta Fastpitch Executive and must provide confirmation of acceptance to a post-secondary institution.
Delta Fastpitch Scholarship Application Forms are available on this website.
Applications must be received (either by email or as a hard copy) by the President of Delta Fastpitch from April 1st to May 1st of your application year. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for submissions.
CLEAN ENERGY BC STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP
We are pleased to announce that we will be offering a $1,000 student scholarship this year, which will be awarded at our Annual General Meeting in June.
This scholarship is for grade 12 students who are graduating in 2020. To apply for the scholarship, we ask that students submit a reference letter as well as a 500-word essay answering the question, “Why is clean energy important to me as a young person in BC?”
The application deadline is Thursday, May 14th and we will be contacting the winner in early June. You can find more information on our website here:
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.
No late applications accepted.
Applicants can mail to:
Charlene Reaveley Children’s Charity
Counselling and Resource CentreAttn: Jennifer Reaveley
#201 – 2571 Shaughnessy Street
Port Coquitlam, BC
Canada, V3C 3G3
or email to:email@example.com
Contact:For inquires or questions, please contact:
Jennifer Reaveley – Director of Bursaries
EFMABC BursariesThe Educational Facility Managers Association of British Columbia was pleased to award five $1,000.00 bursaries to graduates of the 2019/2020 school year. Our association is comprised of administrative and management personnel of school districts who are responsible for construction, maintenance and custodial services, etc.
These bursaries are offered to secondary students completing their grade 12 year who will enter a recognized post-secondary educational institution in the 2020/2021 term. Bursaries will be awarded on the basis of academic achievement and/or special needs.
Preference will be given to students entering the fields of engineering, architecture, or building technology. Should there not be suitable applications received in these fields, students in other courses of study will be considered, however, all applicants MUST be dependents of school district employees in the school plant area (i.e. Maintenance or Custodial).
Download [ 2020 Bursary Information - pdf ]
Download [ 2020 Bursary Application Form - pdf ]
The deadline for receipt of bursary applications was April 30, 2020.
Opportunities for Delta Grade 12 StudentsDelta Hospital and Community Health Foundation Scholarship
Since 1988, the Delta Hospital and Community Health Foundation has worked with the community to raise funds to support Delta Hospital. We are the public face and philanthropic arm of Delta Hospital, raising the financial resources necessary to provide quality and innovative health care services, purchase much-needed state-of-the-art equipment, fund capital projects and building improvements, and support ongoing education of medical staff that government funding alone cannot provide.
In its second year, the Delta Hospital and Community Health Foundation Scholarship of $1,500 is awarded to a deserving student pursuing a post secondary education with plans of a career in either healthcare or philanthropy. Participation in extracurricular activities, engagement as a volunteer and demonstrated leadership capacity has a major bearing of an applicant’s success.
Applications and Submissions:
To apply for the 2020 Delta Hospital and Community Health Foundation scholarship: DHCHF 2020 Application.
Next Deadline: April 24, 2020
Delta Hospital and Community Health Foundation Scholarship
2019 Hanna Hansen, Delta Secondary
18 Monika Sindu, North Delta Secondary
Robert 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.
In its twenty-third year, the Robert T. Reynolds scholarship of $1,500 is given in recognition of Mr. Robert T. Reynolds’ dedicated community leadership. The scholarship is open to all Grade 12 students residing in Delta who intend to undertake post-secondary education.
Applications and Submissions:
To apply for the 2020 Robert T. Reynolds scholarship: Robert T Reynolds 2020 Application
Next Deadline: April 24, 2020
SCHOL ARSHIP Heritage
deadline: MAY 222020
Delta Heritage Commission Scholarship: $1,000 X High school students in their graduating year and residing in Delta may apply X Award is based on an original project prepared by the student, which documents local or regional heritage. Any of the following media may be used. • text • visual art or craft • web design • audio or video productions • interactive game (computer game/mobile app) • stage or theatrical presentation (recorded) X The scholarship is valid for all post-secondary institutions X Submissions must be received at the Municipal Hall by May 22, 2020
Information packages and application forms are available from your school’s Career Advisors and online at: www.delta.ca/heritage
Buck Suzuki Legacy Bursary
Buck Suzuki Environmental Foundation is accepting applications for our annual Buck Suzuki Legacy Bursary, valued at $1000. Students in oceans, fisheries or marine related studies at the undergraduate, graduate, or trades level are welcome to apply.
Deadline: June 15, 2020
• Eligible candidates must be enrolled in a marine-related undergraduate, graduate, or trade program in a Canadian institution o Some examples include: marine trades, shipwright, vessel master, marine biology or ecology, fisheries science, social justice, community health sciences, or natural resource management • Preference will be given to students with family connections to the marine sectors
Application Requirements: Please provide a letter or video (max. 3 pages/3 minutes) addressing the following questions: • In your opinion, what is the greatest challenge facing our oceans and fisheries today? How will your studies help address these challenges and build a brighter future? • Please describe your relationship to the ocean or marine community.
How do you interact with the marine environment?
If applicable, detail family employment in the marine sectors and/or any connection to marine industries
Supporting documents are encouraged. Please include any letters of reference, transcripts, CV or list of accomplishments including awards, presentations, publications, work experience, public service that you feel would strengthen your application.
Please submit all bursary application materials to firstname.lastname@example.org by June 15, 2020.
It’s time once again for the Coast Capital Savings Youth Education Awards. As you may be aware, our Education Awards celebrate students who have overcome significant life challenges and succeeded during their school years. Our awards provide them with a financial boost as they transition to pursuing their post-secondary education.
This year, we’re once again offering 61 awards – 60 Standing Tall Awards, each worth $2,500, and one Beth Hutchinson Award (for Surrey School District students only), worth $5,000. This means that we have committed to offering over $150,000 to B.C. students to help them achieve what’s important in their life.
To be eligible to receive a Youth Education Award, students must meet these five requirements at the time that they apply:
ü Must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
ü Must have been a resident in BC for at least six months;
ü Must graduate from high school during the 2019/2020 school year, from one of 26 school districts in: Metro Vancouver, Fraser Valley, mid-Vancouver Island, southern Vancouver Island and Central and Northern Interior of BC;
ü Must have plans to attend an accredited Canadian university, college or technical school in the 2020/2021 school year;
ü Has not previously received a Youth Education Award.
Awarded to youth who have overcome 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 such as poverty, health, family issues,personal loss and lack of support.
DSS can nominate one student for this award. Please email me a paragraph indicating how you meet the criteria by April 8th.
The deadline for applications is Monday July 6, 2020.
Ottawa (20 Jan. 2020) — Each year, the 390,000 member National Union of Public and General Employees (NUPGE) offers scholarships of $2,500 each that reflect its pursuit of equal opportunity for workers. Entrants must be the children/grandchildren or foster children/grandchildren of members or retirees of the National Union’s Component unions or its affiliates and who are planning to enter the 1st year of a Canadian public post-secondary educational institution on a full-time basis in 2020. In addition, the newly added Young Worker Scholarship for those under 30 will award 2 scholarships of $2,500 each to members or children/grandchildren, or foster children/grandchildren of a National Union member or retiree and who are attending or planning to attend a public, post-secondary institution in 2020.
All scholarships awarded will be based on the best 750–1,000 word essay as listed below. Essays will be marked on the basis of content and style. The deadline for applications and essays is July 6, 2020 and the 8 scholarships may have additional requirements, as noted below.
NEW FOR 2020 - Young Worker ScholarshipTwo scholarships will be awarded to those under the age of 30 as of the application deadline and who are members or children/grandchildren, or foster children/grandchildren of a National Union member or retiree and who are attending or planning to attend a public, post-secondary institution in 2020.
The essay topic is: In what ways are unions still important in the contemporary workplace?
Information and application for the Young Worker Scholarship (print only copy)
Brian Fudge Memorial ScholarshipIn addition to the general requirements above, the applicants for the Brian Fudge Memorial Scholarship must be entering a field of study in policing, criminal justice, community services or health care.
The essay topic is: The importance of their field of study in either policing, criminal justice, community services or health care in delivering public services to Canadians.
Information and application for the Brian Fudge Memorial Scholarship (print only copy)
Scholarship for Indigenous StudentsIn addition to the general requirements above, the applicants for the Scholarship for Indigenous Students must identify as indigenous.
The essay topic is: The importance of quality public services in enhancing the quality of life of Indigenous Canadians.
Information and application for the Scholarship for Indigenous Students (print only copy)
Scholarship for LGBTQI2S StudentsIn addition to the general requirements above, the applicants for the Scholarship for LGBTQI2S Students must identify as an LGBTQI2S student.
The essay topic is: The importance of trade unions in supporting the LGBTQI2S community.
Information and application for the Scholarship for LGBTQI2S Students (print only copy)
Scholarship for Students of ColourIn addition to the general requirements above, the applicants for the Scholarship for Students of Colour must identify as a person of colour.
The essay topic is: The importance of quality public services in enhancing the quality of life of people of colour in Canada.
Information and application for the Scholarship for Students of Colour (print only copy)
Terry Fox Memorial ScholarshipIn addition to the general requirements above, the applicants for the Terry Fox Memorial Scholarship must identify a disability.
The essay topic is: The importance of quality public services in enhancing the quality of life of people with disabilities.
Information and application for the Terry Fox Memorial Scholarship (print only copy)
Tommy Douglas ScholarshipThere are no other requirements, other than the general requirements above, for applying for the Tommy Douglas Scholarship.
The essay topic is: How Tommy Douglas contributed to making Canada a more just and equitable society.
Information and application for the Tommy Douglas Scholarship (print only copy)
DeadlineThe deadline for applications and essays is Monday July 6, 2020 and the winners and their essays will be published on the National Union and its Components’ social media sites in September 2020.
For further information please phone 613-228-9800 or email email@example.com.
NUPGEThe National Union of Public and General Employees (NUPGE) is one of Canada's largest labour organizations with over 390,000 members. Our mission is to improve the lives of working families and to build a stronger Canada by ensuring our common wealth is used for the common good. — NUPGE
2020 Jonah Christensen Memorial Scholarship:
Applicants will be required to submit a 750-word essay on the year’s topic by to firstname.lastname@example.org, 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, 2019 to March 31st, 2020. All applicants will receive a confirmation of submission, as well as with a decision by May 15th, 2020.
This year’s topic:
Tell us about an important role model in your life. How did this person influence your interests, goals, or values?
Note: Submissions in either English or French are accepted.
All applicants will receive an email confirmation that we have received their application.
First Round – Qualification
Final Round – Selection
If you’d like to receive a reminder when the 2021 application period opens, email email@example.com with the subject line “Please remind me – Scholarship 2021”
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, 2020 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.
Best of luck and keep up the good work!
Successful applicants are awarded annual bursaries ranging in value up to a maximum of approximately $4,415.00 (amount is indexed annually with the cost of living).
Applications are evaluated on the following criteria:
1. General Eligibility
An applicant must:
• be a former permanent ward of the Ministry of Social Services of British Columbia, its predecessor or successor, or have been in continuing custody of the British Columbia Ministry for Children and Family Development under the Child, Family and Community Services Act or predecessor laws;
• be at least 19 years of age as of the date studies commence;
• be a high school graduate or equivalent currently enrolled or planning to enroll in a post-secondary academic, technical or vocational program;
• submit a completed current year application form;
• provide transcripts from the last year of school attended; and
• have other sources of funding for the educational year. The bursary shall not be the sole means of support.
(Note: Permanent ward or continuing custody means a child, who by court order, was placed in the permanent or continuing custody of the Province of British Columbia. The custody order terminated when the child attained the age of 19 years, was married prior to attaining the age of 19 years, or the court cancelled the order prior to the child attaining the age of 19 years.)
2. Financial Need
An applicant must:
• demonstrate a financial shortfall which might cause the individual to be unable to pursue their studies;
• have some means of financial support other than the bursary;
• demonstrate an inability to access additional means of financial support to make up the shortfall; and
• provide an estimated descriptive budget for the upcoming academic year based on reasonable expenses and reasonable means of financial support.
Applications are open to all Grade 12 students currently enrolled in a Delta District Secondary School. Preference will be given to students who are pursuing either a post-secondary Bachelor of Music Education Degree Program.
Applications available in the Career Centre
The Canadian Bar Association BC Branch is pleased to announce that this year’s Barry Sullivan Law Cup will be hosted on Wednesday, April 8th 2020 at the Museum of Vancouver.
The topic for this year’s public speaking event is:
Should governments regulate social media and online content?
The Barry Sullivan Law Cup is a province-wide public speaking competition honouring the memory of Barry Sullivan and his contributions to both the legal and educational professions. Finalists will be judged by esteemed professionals and, in previous years, have included Judges from the Courts in British Columbia and representatives from UBC and the media. Students in Grades 10, 11 and 12 from all regions of B.C. are encouraged to compete.
First prize: $1500
Second prize: $250
Third prize: $150
Please let me know if you are interested in representing Delta Secondary
Deadline to let me know: March 4th, 2020
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, 2020
Applications available in the Career Centre
Each year, BCSSA issues a total of 6 scholarships of $1000 each to a graduating student in each Chapter. Deadline for application is Feb. 14, 2020. You'll find more details and the application form here: BCSSA Scholarship Application 2020
Joint Diversity Scholarship - 2020
Save-On-Foods is proud to partner with UFCW Local 1518 on a Joint Diversity Trust to support and maintain a respectful and positive working environment. Our goal is to work collaboratively to promote diversity awareness and build strong, healthy and mutually beneficial relationships within the diverse communities that we serve.
Criteria for Application: The Joint Diversity Trust is offering 10 scholarships valued at $1,000 each to individuals who have played a significant role in diversity initiatives in their school and/or community.
The UFCW & Save-On-Foods Joint Diversity Scholarship is open to residents of British Columbia who are pursuing a part-time or full-time post-secondary program in BC. Applicants can be in any stage of their post-secondary education. To be eligible, applicants must be BC residents and must be registered to attend an accredited post-secondary institution in BC in the fall of 2020. Please note that because of other scholarship opportunities uniquely available to SOF team members and their dependants, members of this group are excluded from eligibility.
In the application process, applicants are asked to describe their career goals and objectives as well as their involvement with activities that promote diversity awareness and acceptance in their school and/or community.
Closing Date: 5/1/2020
Restrictions- Due to other scholarship opportunities available, applicants must not be a team member of the Save-On-Foods, or a dependant of a team member.
- Applicants must be BC residents and must be registered to attend an accredited post-secondary institution in BC in the fall of 2020.
- Applicants must demonstrate their involvement in diversity initiatives in their school and/or community through their essay responses and reference letters.
- This scholarship is open to those who have not received the Joint Diversity Scholarship in previous years.
Students who have lived in Canada for at least seven years and have experienced adversity in their lives are eligible to apply. They may not have top grades through high school but must be capable of succeeding at the post-secondary level.
EligibilityIn order to be eligible for a TCF Scholarship, applicants must:
Career and Post Secondary Advisor