Conditions: Awarded to students with satisfactory academic standing entering the second, third, or fourth year of an undergraduate degree program in the Faculty of Arts who demonstrate a strong desire to pursue summer volunteer experience within a non-profit organization. Recipients will be selected on the basis of the proposed volunteer experience. The experience must be directly related to course work in the Faculty of Arts. Students must submit a letter outlining how the volunteer experience will directly relate to coursework taken in the Faculty of Arts along with documentation and details of their proposed involvement in the community. The letter should be accompanied by a statement from the non-profit organization or institution involved indicating the level of funding being offered, if any, and a statement by the student of the estimated costs, including loss of income that would be a consequence of assuming the position.
To be awarded to an entering student on the basis of financial need and academic merit, who is attending Brandon University from a province outside of Manitoba. Award may not be shared.
Donated by the Culture and Education Committee of the Società‚ Caruso, a scholarship valued at $500 awarded to full-time student entering the upper years of the Italian Studies degree program who has achieved the highest academic standing in the Italian courses of the previous years....
1 award, $400; for financial need; available to first year students whose permanent residence is in Ladysmith, Cedar, or North Oyster district. Apply to Financial Aid & Awards office by January 15. Funds issued in March.
Value: $1,000. Recipient: a student entering any year of any program, on the basis of demonstrated financial need and Ontario residency as defined by OSAP. Application required.
Two prizes for the best and second best papers in any branch of engineering presented at the Annual Students' Night sponsored by the Student Guidance Committee. Details may be obtained from the Faculty representative of the Engineering Institute of Canada. Value: $50 and $25.
John and Marie MacKenzie provide two annual awards of $1,000 each for mature students (as per the Okanagan College Calendar definition) enrolled in the Practical Nursing Program at the Kelowna Campus of Okanagan College (one award for each intake of the program). Preference will be...
The scholarship is offered, on the recommendation of the School of Nursing, to students who demonstrate a particular interest in maternal child nursing. In the case of graduate students, the award is made in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
A $1,000 scholarship is given to a postgraduate or undergraduate student attending the Medical School of the University of British Columbia. Nomination of this scholar is on the recommendation of Dr. Dwight Irving Peretz and the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine.
Scholarships totalling $2,900, endowed by friends and colleagues of Richard Campbell, are offered to students in the Faculty of Law who hold a degree in forestry, or in another related resource discipline, or who have demonstrated an interest in the forest industry through past employment....
A $250 award has been endowed by members of the graduating class of 1969 in Electrical Engineering for a student with good academic standing entering fourth year who has demonstrated leadership through active involvement in student government, professional societies, and/or campus and community activities. The...
A $400 prize is for an outstanding Bachelor of Education (Secondary) student in language and literacy education. The award is made on the recommendation of the Department of Language and Literacy Education.
The award is offered to a fourth year student demonstrating excellence and promise in the area of paediatric dentistry and is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Dentistry in consultation with the Division of Paediatric Dentistry.
Scholarships totalling $1,200 are made on the recommendation of the Sauder School of Business to doctoral accounting students.
A minimum of three scholarships are available each year to full time students pursuing studies towards the Master of Pest Management degree.
Recipient must be a past or present member of 4-H for a minimum of 3 years. Consideration is given to academic standing and 4-H involvement.
Criteria: -Based on financial need -First, second or third semester or first, second or third period of an apprenticeship program -In the event of a tie volunteerism within the SAIT community will determine recipient
Criteria: -Any certificate or diploma program -Financial need -Academic achievement -Community involvement
AVAILABLE TO: Students graduating with a Bachelor of Science (Chemistry major). STIPULATIONS: A chmistry major graduating with a high GPA and having participated significantly in Chemistry Department activities.
AVAILABLE TO: A UCFV student from Chilliwack enrolled in a Horticulture studies program.
Conditions: Awarded to a student with superior academic achievement entering the fourth year of the BEd degree program majoring in Elementary Education. Recipient will be selected on the basis of academic achievement and demonstrated involvement, both in the school and in the community, in physical...