This award, created by the family of David Clements, a long-time Comox Valley school teacher and resident, is available to a full-time North Island College student whose goal is to become a teacher. The recipient of this award will be a grade 12 graduate from School District #71 (Comox Valley) who has successfully completed one year or university transfer courses and is continuing on to year two at NIC. Preference will be given to a student whose interests in the arts, athletics, community service, and/or outdoor pursuits can be used to enhance their teaching career. The bursary will be applied to the student's tuition account for the second year of study.
Established by CSETS to encourage members of CSETS communities to pursue careers in Trades. Available to: Students from Coast Salish communities on southern Vancouver Island who embarking on Trades training at Camosun College. Major Criteria : Commitment to the trade of choice, community reference.
Established to honour Mrs. Marie Goring by her family and friends. Mrs. Goring moved to the Sudbury area as a nurse and this award is intended to encourage young nurses to dedicate themselves to maintaining academic and clinical excellence in their chosen profession. The 'Marie...
Awarded each year to a student with high achievement in the Principles of Animal Breeding course who has shown a particular interest in the genetic improvement of domestic animals. In selecting the winner, consideration will be given to high overall standing and performance in the...
Established in 2001 by Barry Zryl as a Valentine's day gift to his wife, Geraldine. In loving memory of Geraldine Zryl's devoted father, Kurt Carl, who had a passion for science and technology. Awarded by the Faculty of Science Scholarships Committee to an outstanding undergraduate...
Established in 2001 by the trustees of the Martlet Foundation to honour the exceptional commitment of Charlie Baillie as head coach of the McGill football team from 1972 to 2000. Awarded by the McGill Athletics Board Awards Committee to promote and facilitate the athletic achievements...
To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I in a program in Kinesiology and who, in the judgment of the Department of Kinesiology, demonstrates academic excellence and outstanding athletic ability. The award is renewable for up to three years provided the recipient...
This award is presented to a North Island College Campbell River Campus Culinary Arts student who has completed Level 1 or 2 of the program and is continuing on to the next level. The recipient is selected based on their attendance, attitude, professionalism and communication
Award Criteria: must be a member of North Peace Savings and Credit Union
A scholarship of $400 is offered by the Institute of Agrologists to a student entering the Faculty of Land and Food Systems with high scholastic standing. The award is made on the recommendation of the Dean of the Faculty of Land and Food Systems.
Bursaries totalling $3,200 are provided to assist students entering the second, third and fourth year of Pharmacy.
Scholarships totalling $6,000 are made to medical students including graduate students who are domiciled in the province of B.C., with preference given to students from the Okanagan Valley. The awards are made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Medicine.
The award is offered to a third or fourth year undergraduate student in Geological Engineering and is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Applied Science.
Scholarships totalling $8,800 is offered to undergraduate students in Education and is made on the recommendation of the Faculty.
The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty to the student having the highest standing in removable prosthodontics.
Scholarships totalling $2,900 are awarded to students in Engineering. The awards are made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Applied Science.
Eligibility: -Faculty of Arts applicant -Minimum average of 85% -Canadian citizen/permanent resident/protected person and Ontario resident -Demonstrated financial need and desire/motivation to attend university -Extracurricular activities and community involvement
Eligibility: -Minimum admission average of 70% -Canadian citizen/permanent resident/protected person and Ontario resident -Demonstrated financial need
One award will be disbursed annually to a graduate student registered in the MA program in Gerontology. The student must be nominated by the Director of the Gerontology Program.
Criteria: -Third semester -Academic achievement (minimum GPA 2.50) -Professional promise -Previous experience in the industry
AVAILABLE TO: These awards will be presented annually to two full-time students in the UCFV Nursing program who have completed, in one case their first and in the other their third year of studies, with outstanding clinical performance. STIPULATIONS: Academic standing and financial need may...