Scholarships to Apply for

Here are a selection of scholarships you might be interested in applying for each month.

Further details on each scholarship are available by following the links provided.

AWARD WHERE TENABLE DEADLINE CONDITIONS VALUE APPLICATION
John Reid Memorial Hockey Scholarship Any recognized post-secondary institution Jan. 04 Alberta-resident Canadian citizen; played hockey in St. Albert for 3+ years (inc. Bantam AAA hockey for St. Albert after 2004-2005 season); good academic performance in Gr. 12; leadership qualities; community involvement $1,000
Logos Bible Software Bible College Scholarship Any accredited North American theological Bible College Jan. 10 All students planning on enrolling (or currently enrolled in) a Bible College $1,000 + Logos Bronze Library
Hugh and Eve Meeter Calvinism Awards A Christian Reformed-related college (e.g., King’s) Jan. 15 Write an 8- to 12-page research paper on a determined topic; $2,500 for 1st place and $1,250 (2nd place) $1,250 – $2,500
BBPA Harry Jerome Academics Award Jan. 16 African-Canadian citizen between 16-24; based on outstanding scholastic achievement (acknowledged by scholastic bodies) Varies
BBPA Harry Jerome Athletics Award Jan. 16 African-Canadian citizen between 16-24; based on outstanding athletic achievement (that gained individual honour and distinction); commitment to fairness, teamwork and integrity Varies
BBPA Harry Jerome Leadership Award Jan. 16 African-Canadian citizen between 16-24; based on oustanding leadership skills (including initiative, dedication, integrity, acceptance of responsibility, teamwork and effectiveness); commitment to affecting positive change in the African-Canadian community (or the community at large) Varies
AWM Essay Contest Any recognized post-secondary institution Jan. 17 Interview and write an essay about any woman currently working in a mathematical sciences career TBC
Bachelor of Arts Entrance Scholarship – Winter MacEwan University Jan. 22 New students admitted to the program (in the Regular admission category) in the Faculty of Arts and Science, who are Canadian citizens or permanent residents 90% = $1,700; 85-90% = $1,200; 80-85% = $750
Elmer & Ona Hansen Memorial Fund Scholarship Any recognized post-secondary institution Jan. 22 Rural Alberta farm resident who must move to access post-secondary education; based on community service $2,500
University of Guelph Entrance Scholarships University of Guelph Jan. 25 Must have at least a 90% average 12 x $40,000
Young Women of Vision Bursary MacEwan University Jan. 30 Awarded to a young woman, demonstrating financial need, entering her first year of study at MacEwan University; submit essay $1,500
Bachelor of Humanities High School Essay Contest Carleton University Jan. 31 High school students; write 1000-word essay answering “Is censorship always a bad thing?” $500
Dick Martin Scholarship Award An accredited college or university in Canada Jan. 31 Enrolled (full- or part-time) in a course or program leading to an occupational health and safety certificate, degree or diploma (i.e., mine safety, occupational/ industrial health & safety, industrial hygiene, safety management) $3,000
LOUD Fountation Scholarship Any recognized Canadian post-secondary institution Jan. 31 Canadian citizen, permanent resident or refugee enrolled, studying, or just completed studies; write a letter of intent detailing financial need; provide letters of reference.
AWARD WHERE TENABLE DEADLINE CONDITIONS VALUE APPLICATION
2014 Beaverbrook Vimy Prize Scholarship for Students University of Western Ontario Feb. 01 Students aged 15-17; submit 1500 word essay or project on selected topic 2-wk tour of Britain, Belgium & France
ExploraVision Award Any recognized post-secondary institution Feb. 01 Canadian or US citizen or legal resident enrolled full-time in school, under the age of 21; create a Science project Varies (savings bonds, trips & cameras)
Hal Rogers Endowment Fund (Kin Canada Bursary) Any recognized post-secondary institution Feb. 01 Community service, extra-curricular activities, Canadian citizen, full time study $1,000
Laurence Decore Awards for Student Leadership Concordia College Feb. 01 Student enrolled in a full-time program who have demonstrated commitment & leadership in student government/ societies/ clubs/ organizations (at the provincial or national level) or non-profit community organizations $1,000
Masonic Higher Education Bursary AB or NWT post-secondary institution Feb. 01 Canadian citizen, residing in Alberta or NWT; entering minimum two-year post-secondary program; based on financial need 100 x $2,000
Royal Roads Entrance Award Royal Roads University Feb. 01 Alberta resident; based on demonstrated achievement in one of major areas (sustainable development/entrepreneurship/empowering leadership/conflict analysis and management) $2,000
Royal Roads Entrance Bursary Royal Roads University Feb. 01 Alberta resident; demonstrated financial need and volunteerism/community involvement; first time RRU registrant $1,000
Senator James Gladstone Memorial Scholarship Any recognized post-secondary institution Feb. 01 Contact office for application; write statement of personal & academic objectives emphasizing how proposed course of study will contribute to First Nation community development in Canada (for studies in business, finance or economics) $750
Terry Fox Humanitarian Award Any recognized post-secondary institution Feb. 01 Voluntary humanitarian & community work; Canadian citizen or landed immigrant; maintain a satisfactory academic standing $7,000
Hubert H. Carnegie Future Aces Scholarship Any recognized post-secondary institution Feb. 02 Canadian resident between 16-24, pursuing post-secondary education; meet service and financial criteria At least $1,000
CIBC Youthvision Scholarship Program An accredited college or university in Canada Feb. 03 Enrolled (full- or part-time) in a course or program leading to an occupational health and safety certificate, degree or diploma (i.e., mine safety, occupational/ industrial health & safety, industrial hygiene, safety management) 30 x up to $4,000/yr (up to 4 yrs) + possible internship
Thomas Garner Scholarship Oxford Royale Academy Feb. 03 Academically-minded students aged 17-25; eligible to live and study in the UK for 3 months (27th Mar. to 2nd Jun. 2017) Up to 50% reduction in course fee cost
Courageous Persuaders Scholarship Feb. 11 US or Canadian citizen attending Gr 9-12; make a 30-second commercial (aimed at Middle School children) about the dangers of underage drinking OR the dangers of texting and driving Up to $2,000
Beryl Ivey Continuing Entrance Scholarship University of Western Ontario Feb. 14 Canadian citizen or permanent resident; minimum 90% average; financial need; should demonstrate ability for creative and innovative thought and a passion for the pursuit of learning; recognition for extra-curricular activities (such as art and athletics); special emphasis on community service $64,000 ($16,000 annually for four years) By nomination from school.

Faculty Entrance Scholarship University of Western Ontario Feb. 14 Canadian citizen or permanent resident; minimum average of 90%; should demonstrate ability for creative and innovative thought and a passion for the pursuit of learning; recognition for extra-curricular activities (such as art and athletics); special emphasis on community service 15 x $30,000 ($6,000 annually) + $6,000 towards 1st yr residence By nomination from school.

International President’s Entrance Scholarship University of Western Ontario Feb. 14 Canadian citizen or permanent resident; minimum average of 90%; should demonstrate ability for creative and innovative thought and a passion for the pursuit of learning; recognition for extra-curricular activities (i.e., art/athletics); special emphasis on community service 3 x $50,000 + $10,000 towards 1st yr residence By nomination from school.

National Merit Awards University of Western Ontario Feb. 14 Students interviewed for a National Scholarship but not offered a scholarship, and accepting offer of admission to main campus; also retain eligibility for an Admission Scholarship ($1,000-$10,000) $2,000 By nomination from school.

National Study Abroad Awards University of Western Ontario Feb. 14 Canadian citizen or permanent resident; minimum average of 90%; should demonstrate ability for creative and innovative thought and a passion for the pursuit of learning; recognition for extra-curricular activities (such as art and athletics); special emphasis on community service Up to 39 x $2,000 By nomination from school.

President’s Entrance Scholarship University of Western Ontario Feb. 14 Canadian citizen or permanent resident; minimum average of 90%; should demonstrate ability for creative and innovative thought and a passion for the pursuit of learning; recognition for extra-curricular activities (such as art and athletics); special emphasis on community service 5 x $65,000 & up to 15 x $50,000 By nomination from school.

Harry Arthurs Alumni Families Entrance Scholarship York University Feb. 15 Student applying for first year of undergraduate study; minimum average of 90%; a child or grandchild of a York University grad (degree holder) $24,000 ($6,000/yr for 4 years)
Phi Delta Kappa Future Educator’s Award Alberta post-secondary institution Feb. 15 High school senior demonstrating the intent of becoming a teacher in AB, entering Education program; submit essay $500
Sam Bull Memorial Scholarship Any recognized post-secondary institution Feb. 15 Contact office for application; write statement of personal & academic objectives emphasizing how proposed course of study will contribute to First Nation community development in Canada (for studies in law & political science) Varies
SPIE Scholarship Any recognized post-secondary institution Feb. 17 High school students who are planning to study optics, photonics or a related field; must be members of SPIE $2,000 to $11,000
Schulich Leader Scholarship 20 participating CDN universities (http://schulichleaders.com/universities) Feb. 23 Canadian citizen or permanent resident attending a Canadian high school, secondary school or Cégep who has two of: outstanding community, business or entrepreneurial leadership, academic excellence, financial need. $60,000 ($15,000 over four years)
CBC Canada Writes Creative Nonfiction Prize Feb. 29 Canadian or permanent resident; only previously un-published works may be submitted 4 x $1,000 & 1 x $6,000, trip + publication
Explore Five-Week French-Language Bursary Program See brochure for details Feb. 28 Canadian citizen or permanent resident; be at least in Grade 11; have been a full-time student for at least one term during the current school year $2,000
Lions of Alberta Bursary Program Alberta colleges Feb. 28 Students with sight impairment and demonstrated need $1,000
RBC Aboriginal Student Awards Program Any accredited post-secondary institution Feb. 28 Aboriginal students who have at least 2 years remaining in their current academic program. Based primarily on personal and academic achievements and individual financial need. Up to $4,000/yr for education & living expenses (for 2-4 yrs)
AWARD WHERE TENABLE DEADLINE CONDITIONS VALUE APPLICATION
Ed Bitz Scholarship Any recognized post-secondary institution Mar. 01 Canadian citizen or permanent resident; registered umpire member of a P/T Association entering post-secondary education; strong academic standing 2 x $1000
John Hasselfield Endowment Foundation Memorial Scholarship Cash prize Mar. 01 Canadian (citizen or permanent resident) student enrolled an Alberta public school; write a 500-word-or-less essay; provide a letter of reference Up to $350
Scholastic Awards Summer Scholarship Mar. 10 Join SAS; send examples of your best art or writing (judged on originality, technical skill, and emergence of a personal vision or voice) Residential programs at various institutions
Re/Max Quest for Excellence Bursary Mar. 13 Gr 12 student from Western Canada; volunteer activities; submit essay 16 x $1,000
Dalhousie Entrance Scholarship Dalhousie University Mar. 15 Apply directly from high school; minimum 80% average or 26 anticipated IB Diploma points More than 2,000 x $500 – $20,000
University of Lethbridge Leadership Award University of Lethbridge Mar. 15 Apply directly from high school; submit essay and reference letters Up to $5,000
Tía Tula Spanish School Scholarship Tía Tula Spanish School (Salamanca, Spain) Mar. 19 Be an NSHSS member Tuition, room and board for the four-week program
Anthem Essay Contest Cash prize Mar. 25 Grade 10 student; write a 600-1200 word essay based on a choice of topics (relating to Anthem); will be judged on style and content Up to $2,000
Future Business Leaders of America National Scholarship Program The Art Institute Mar. 28 High school senior graduating in 2016; legal resident of Canada or the US; active member of FBLA; submit a short essay 3 x $10,000 + possible yearly $5,000
Odenza Marketing Group Scholarship Any recognized post-secondary institution Mar. 30 Canadian or USA resident between 16 – 25 with at least one year of post-secondary studies remaining; have GPA of at least 2.5; write essay $500
Sleeklens Academic Scholarship Program Any accredited University or College Mar. 30 Student enrolled full-time; write essay on specific topic 3 x $2,000 US
AEBC Jennifer Laura Eve Wilson Memorial Scholarships Any recognized post-secondary institution Mar. 31 Canadian or landed immigrant who is blind, deaf-blind or partially sighted; based on academic performance, community involvement and overcoming adversity; performing arts students are encouraged to apply 2 x $1,000
Agnes Jacks Ringette Scholarship Any recognized Canadian post-secondary institution Mar. 31 Ringette players enrolled full-time in post-secondary for next academic year; registered with one of Ringette Canada’s provincial/ territorial member associations $1,000
Belcourt Brosseau Métis Award Any recognized post-secondary institution Mar. 31 Connected to Métis community; financial need; likelihood of improved opportunities; committed to studies $2,000 – $7,000
Cara Brown Ringette Scholarship Any recognized Canadian post-secondary institution Mar. 31 Enrolling full-time for next academic year; actively playing ringette during the current playing season at highest level offered in the community; registered with one of Ringette Canada’s provincial/ territorial member associations; have achieved minimum B average; demonstrated a strong commitment to the sport of ringette 2 x $1,000
InviteRight Grad or Arts Scholarship Any post-secondary May 31 Any Gr. 12 in Western Canada; submit a 500 word summary of how they excelled in their high school roles (grad coordinator or through music, film or visual arts) $500
King’s University Scholarships and Awards King’s University May 31 Student accepted into King’s University; must meet award requirements; must apply online Varies
NOVA Chemicals Bachelor of Science Award Red Deer College Mar. 31 Full- time student entering Bachelor of Science (General or Chemistry) program; based on academic standing on entrance requirements and intention to pursue career in chemical science $1,000
Ranald & Vera Shean Memorial Scholarship A recognized post-secondary institution/ rec-ognized private music teacher Mar. 31 Canadian citizens or permanent resident; resident in Northern Alberta (north of Red Deer); be pursuing advanced classical music study in violin or piano; provide CD recording $2,000 – $4,000
Retail as a Career Scholarship Any recognized post-secondary institution Mar. 31 Enrolling in a retail, business or marketing college or university program; currently working within the retail industry; submit an essay 1 x $5,000 + 1 x $3,000 + 24 x $1,000
Tim Hamilton Memorial Scholarship for Visual Art Programs Red Deer College Mar. 31 Full- time student entering Bachelor of Fine Arts Program or Visual Arts Diploma program; based on academics, financial need and a personal portfolio $1,000
Winspear Fund Scholarship for Advanced Classical Music Any recognized post-secondary institution Mar. 31 Canadian citizens or permanent resident; resident in Greater Edmonton area; be pursuing advanced classical music study (in voice or instrument) $1,000 – $8,000

 

Other scholarships (for specific Universities) to consider include:

King’s University

Mount Royal University

University of Lethbridge

AWARD WHERE TENABLE DEADLINE CONDITIONS VALUE APPLICATION
Jo-Anne Koch ABC Society Scholarship Any recognized post-secondary institution Apr. 01 Alberta resident attending a publicly-funded high school; Canadian or permanent resident; must meet school jurisdiction’s criteria for Giftedness; be pursuing post-secondary studies in any program of study 2 x $500
Mid-West Tool Collectors Association Scholarship Any recognized post-secondary institution Apr. 01 Applicant must have been accepted at two-year accredited college or program or a four-year college; based on academic achievement and extracurricular activities while in high school 6 x $1,500
PDK Prospective Educator Scholarships University of Alberta Apr. 01 High school seniors intending to major in education with specific criteria as outlined on the website; child or grandchild of a Kappan in good standing or who has a reference letter written by a Kappan in good standing 15 x $1,000
Sarah Gaulin Memorial Scholarship Any accredited Canadian post-secondary institution Apr. 01 Canadian citizen or permanent resident; ongoing (minimum two years) mental health condition; registering in full-time post-secondary program $1,000
Scouts Canada Scholarship Program Any recognized post-secondary institution Apr. 01 Students younger than 26; demonstrated Scouting history, involvement and achievement; leadership contributions to Scouting; community leadership; scholastic achievements; attitude and aptitude 20 x $1,000
Students on Ice Expedition Arctic Expedition (Jul. 21 – Aug. 5, 2016) Apr. 01 Student enrolled in secondary or post-secondary who have a valid passport; demonstrate an interest in the Polar Regions; strong academic ability and/or passion for learning; leadership qualities and/or potential to develop these qualities; active involvement in the community; a desire to make a difference Full expedition fees ($11,900)
Gaspard Keep Canada Green Scholarship Cash prize Apr. 17 Canadian student graduating this year; purchase something from Gaspard LP during contest time frame; complete a series of trivia challenges online 1 x $2,500 + 10 x $1,000
Edie Mourre Transcriber’s Scholarship Any post-secondary or PD institution Apr. 15 Any person wishing to study Unified English Braille, Music Braille, or other Braille systems, for personal or professional development Varies
James Rintoul OHS Memorial Scholarship (Job Safety Skills) University of Alberta Faculty of Extension Apr. 15 Graduating Alberta high school student aged 18-24; focused on pursuing a career relating to occupational health & safety; have completed a minimum of two years of work experience; submit essay/media presentation and letters of reference Up to $5,500
Shire ADHD Scholarship A qualifying institution Apr. 22 Alberta, Ontario or Quebec resident with diagnosed ADHD; accepted and enrolled for next year at post-secondary $1,500
Atlas Shrugged Essay Contest Cash prize Apr. 28 Grade 12 student; write an 800-1600 word essay based on a choice of topics (relating to Atlas Shrugged); will be judged on style and content Up to $20,000
Fountainhead Essay Contest Cash prize Apr. 29 Grade 11 or 12 student; write an 800-1600 word essay based on a choice of topics (relating to Fountainhead); will be judged on style and content Up to $10,000
Voice for Animals Contest Cash prize Apr. 30 Student aged 15-18; must establish or become involved in a project which addresses the cause/ mistreatment/ preservation of an animal species $200 – $750
AWARD WHERE TENABLE DEADLINE CONDITIONS VALUE APPLICATION
Film and Video Arts Scholarship Any recognized post-secondary Arts institution May. 01 Alberta resident, 25 or younger; film and video artist who shows extraordinary talent and who demonstrates clear educational or training goals $5,000
Grant MacEwan Creative Writing Scholarship Any recognized post-secondary Arts institution May. 01 Alberta resident, 25 or younger; shows extraordinary talent in an eligible literary genre (poetry, literary non-fiction, stage play, comic book/graphic novel script, short fiction) and who demonstrates clear educational or training goals $5,000
IAMPO Scholarship Essay Contest May. 01 High school senior; submit original essay on topic provided Up to $1,000
Keyera Energy – Peter J. Renton Memorial Scholarship Any recognized post-secondary institutions May. 01 Alberta residents; Canadian or permanent resident; enrolled full-time in an undergraduate program in a field of study related to the oil and gas industry $6,000 ($3,000 for 2 yrs)
Queen’s Golden Jubilee Scholarship for Performing Arts Any recognized post-secondary Arts institution May. 01 Alberta resident, 25 or younger; performing artist (theatre, dance, music) who shows extraordinary talent and potential and who demonstrates clear educational or training goals $5,000
Queen’s Golden Jubilee Scholarship for Visual Arts Any recognized post-secondary Arts institution May. 01 Alberta resident, 25 or younger; visual artist (drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking, clay, glass, wood, metal, fibre, etc.) who shows extraordinary talent and potential and who demonstrates clear educational or training goals $5,000
Royal Roads University Entrance Award Royal Roads University May. 01 Alberta resident; based on demonstrated achievement in sustainable development/ entrepreneurship/conflict analysis and management/empowering leadership $2,000
Royal Roads University Entrance Bursary Royal Roads University May. 01 Alberta resident; demonstrated financial need and volunteerism/community involvement; first time RRU registrant $1,000
Scotland’s Saltire Scholarship Any of list of 35 Scottish further education institutions May 01 Canada/China/India/US citizen with conditional or unconditional acceptance at a university; studying creative industries/life sciences/technology/financial service/renewable and clean energy 200 x £2,000 (GBP)
Wild Rose Impact Award Supplement Royal Roads University May. 01 Alberta resident; demonstrated financial need; first time RRU registrant; write a short essay $1,000
Alexandra M. Munn Scholarship Any costs relating to the study of Classical music May. 15 Canadian or permanent resident; between ages of 11-15; residing (or studying with a teacher in) the greater Edmonton area; pursuing Classical music; have outstanding talent in performance; experiencing restrictive financial need Varies
Charles S. Noble Scholarship for Study at Harvard Harvard University May. 15 Alberta residents who intend to be or are enrolled full-time in an undergraduate program at Harvard 3 x $10,000
Don Howden and Jane Howden Awards Any recognized post-secondary institution May. 15 Priority is given to students who have attended an Edmonton inner city school; demonstrate financial need; commitment to studies; volunteer work 6 x $2,000-$5,000
Euclid Herie Assistive Technology Scholarship Any recognized post-secondary Arts institution May. 15 Alberta/NWT resident, currently in high school; registered with CNIB Alberta NWT; demonstrated academic achievement, judgement and leadership $3,000
John & Andrea Wallin Award Any costs relating to the study of Classical music May. 15 Canadian or permanent resident; between ages of 11-15; residing (or studying with a teacher in) the greater Edmonton area; pursuing Classical music; have outstanding talent in performance; experiencing restrictive financial need Varies
Mandin Award Summer camps, social skill develop’t courses, tutoring & assessments May. 15 Alberta residents between the ages of 4 – 21 with learning disabilities Up to $400
Mission Creek Orthodontics Scholarship Any recognized post-secondary institution May. 15 High school student who will be attending College or University on a full-time basis no later than December 2014; write an essay $500
Rose Margaret King Merit Awards Any recognized post-secondary institution May. 15 Priority is given to students who have attended an Edmonton inner city school; demonstrate financial need; commitment to studies; volunteer work 6 x $2,000-$5,000
Teri Taylor-Tunski Awards Any recognized post-secondary institution May. 15 Priority is given to students who have attended an Edmonton inner city school; demonstrate financial need; commitment to studies; volunteer work 6 x $2,000-$5,000
VCAD Scholarships Visual College of Art & Design of Vancouver May. 19 Student graduating from high school this year; submit an individual design program submission (3D modelling animation art, (mobile) game development, graphic, fashion, interior, marketing & merchandising for design) 55 x $1,000 – $30,600
B. Davis Scholarship Cash prize May 22 Students are required to submit an essay; this is not an academic scholarship, but you must provide your name and school and your future academic plans $1,000
Trinity College Young Leader Winter Program Scholarship Trinity College (Melbourne, Australia) May 23 Australian and International citizens aged 14-17; NSHSS member; provide an article sharing your experience for the NSHSS Scholar’s Journal $1,700 (AUD)
Orville Erickson Memorial Scholarship Any recognized post-secondary institutions May 25 Full-time students; must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents who intend to work in Canada $500 – $4,000
1800Wheelchair Canada Scholarship Anywhere May 30 Legal resident of Canada aged 16 or over currently enrolled in high school; maintain a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0; write a poem 2 x $500
Bill Winsor Scholarship Any recognized post-secondary institution May 30 Male; Canadian citizen; academically gifted, well-rounded, and pursing commerce/ finance/business degree/diploma; aimed at students whose parents/guardians do not have Canadian post-secondary education; exemplifies Bill’s goal-oriented mindset, enthusiasm, entrepreneurship, positivity and competitiveness all the while fostering an atmosphere of team spirit $6,000
Karthiha Guruparan Scholarship Any recognized post-secondary institution May 30 Female; Canadian citizen; academically gifted, well-rounded, and pursing commerce/ finance/business degree/diploma; aimed at students whose parents/guardians do not have Canadian post-secondary education; exemplifies Karthiha’s goals and values of family first, thoughtfulness, determination and inspiration $6,000
Barney Danson Bursary Any recognized post-secondary institution May 31 Canadian or landed immigrant; entering post-secondary; blind or living with vision loss $5,000
CBC Canada Writes Poetry Prize May 31 Canadian or permanent resident; only previously un-published works may be submitted 4 x $1,000 & 1 x $6,000, trip + publication
CNIB Scholarship Any recognized post-secondary institution May 31 Canadian citizen or landed immigrant; blind or partially-sighted; demonstrate amazing courage, determination and passion in fighting for their independence and future $3,000
Don and Norine Lowry Awards for Women of Excellence Any public university, college, or technical institute operating in Edmonton May 31 Female; Canadian or permanent resident residing in Edmonton; pursing a program of study in fields of water/power/finance/ energy/accounting/healthcare/safety and/or community relations; clearly demonstrate how study will help reach career aspirations Varies
LM Scholarship May 31 Canadian or US resident who attends school in Canada or the US; enrolled in a two-plus year degree program by Sep; GPA of 3.0 or higher; write an essay $500
MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) Youth Bursary Fund Any full-time education program approved by a provincial Ministry of Education May 31 Canadian students who have had an immediate family member (mother, father, legal guardian, or sibling) killed in an impaired-driving related crash; provide a statement of the impact this event has had on you and your family $2,000
Metis & Non-Status Bursary Program Any approved Canadian post-secondary institution May 31 Metis or Non-Status Indian, have financial need, demonstrate an investment in and commitment to Aboriginal communities in AB Varies (up to $19,200)
Pat Fletcher Scholarship Any recognized post-secondary institution May 31 Canadian citizens; enrolled in last year of high school and have applied to a post-secondary institution; financial need; dedication to their studies; well-rounded lifestyle including non-academic interests and community involvement; interest and ability in, and respect for the traditions of, golf Up to $3,000
Walter & Wayne Gretzky Scholarship for the Blind Youth of Canada Any recognized post-secondary institution May 31 Canadian or landed immigrant; entering post-secondary; blind or living with vision loss; have achieved a high academic standing and superior leadership 3-5 x $3,000- $5,000

 

The following awards are school-based awards. Interested students should apply before May 30th as these awards will be presented at the Bellerose Awards Ceremony which is held in October.
Application for these awards may be submitted to Student Services.

AWARD WHERE TENABLE DEADLINE CONDITIONS VALUE APPLICATION
Cpl. Jordan Anderson Memorial Award (formerly the Balmoral Masonic Lodge Academic Effort Bursary) Any recognized post-secondary institution May 30 presented to a Grade 12 graduating student who has achieved excellence in academic effort but whose marks preclude him/her from receiving any other academic award from Bellerose Composite High School $500 Available in Student Services at Bellerose Composite High School
Icon Photography Student Activities Recognition Award Any recognized post-secondary institution May 30 presented to a student who has contributed to the extra-curricular life of the school with their enthusiasm, dedication, and leadership $500 Available in Student Services at Bellerose Composite High School
St. Albert Breakfast Lions Club Award “We Serve” Any recognized post-secondary institution May 30 Volunteerism and service both at school and in the community; must have strong character consisting of caring, willingness to help others and being a model citizen $500 Available in Student Services at Bellerose Composite High School
St. Albert Rotary Club Award “Service Above Self” Any recognized post-secondary institution May 30 Presented to a Grade 10 a Grade 11 and a Grade 12 student whose talent has been used over a period of time to positively serve other students of the school and who demonstrates the ideal of “Service Above Self” $250 Available in Student Services at Bellerose Composite High School
St. Albert Rotary Club – Roy Swanson Memorial Scholarship Any recognized post-secondary institution May 30 Minimum of 65% general overall average; must be pursuing post-secondary education in any of the following disciplines: Fine Arts, Trades, Technology, Business or study in French $1,000 Available in Student Services at Bellerose Composite High School
St. Albert Teachers’ Association Education Award Any recognized post-secondary institution in Alberta May 30 Must plan to enrol in a University Program in a Faculty of Education in Alberta; selection is based on academic achievement plus involvement in school and community $500 Available in Student Services at Bellerose Composite High School
AWARD WHERE TENABLE DEADLINE CONDITIONS VALUE APPLICATION
Advancing Futures Bursary Various Alberta post-secondary institutions Jun. 01 Alberta students aged 18-22 who have had a PGO (Permanent Guardianship Order) between 13 & 18 years of age, who are learning a trade, license or certificate, or earning a post-secondary degree/diploma Up to $40,000
Alberta Centennial Scholarship Any Canadian post-secondary institution Jun. 01 Alberta residents who are Canadian citizen or permanent residents, entering any level of post-secondary study; based on volunteer activities, citizenship and community service 25 x $2,005
Husky Aboriginal Education Award A recognized secondary or post-secondary institution Jun. 01 Canadian citizen of Aboriginal ancestry; In need of financial assistance; affiliated with a community in close proximity to Husky operations 6 x $1,000 – $3,000
INDSPIRE Post-Secondary Education Bursary Award Various Jun. 01 A registered Canadian Indigenous individual (First Nation, Inuit, or Métis Status); enrolled as a full-time, studying in the fields of business, commerce, science, law, engineering, social work, info technology, education or social sciences Varies
Odenza Vacations Group Scholarship Any recognized post-secondary institution Jun. 01 Canadian or USA resident between 17 – 24 with a GPA of at least 2.5; write essay $500
Premier’s Citizenship Award Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Citizenship Medal(by nomination) Any recognized post-secondary institution Jun. 01 Students who have supported and contributed to Alberta communities through public service and voluntary endeavours; must be nominated by the Selection Committee within your school $5,000 & a commend-ation letter from the Lte. Governor
Tiessen Foundation Broadcast Scholarship Any Canadian post-secondary broadcasting institution Jun. 01 Alberta resident; Canadian or permanent resident; pursue broadcasting post-secondary program (TV, radio, broadcast engineering); submit an essay; meet Rutherford criteria $750
Got a Spine Scholarship Jun. 02 Canadian or US resident attending full-time basis college/university no later than Oct; achieved 2.5 or higher GPA; submit essay $500
Abbott and Fenner Scholarship Any recognized post-secondary institution Jun. 10 Available to all high school juniors and seniors as well as all students currently registered in any accredited post-secondary institution $1,000
AIA and the Global Automotive Aftermarket (GAAS) Scholarship Program Contact AIA for a complete list Jun. 15 Applicants must be graduating high school or have graduated within two years; must be enrolled in an college-level program for September of the year you are applying; priority will be given to those pursuing a career in the automotive aftermarket $700
Community Scholarships Any Alberta post-secondary institution Jun. 15 Canadian citizen or permanent resident, in the greater Edmonton area; financial need; demonstrated history of community leadership and volunteerism Varies
Global Lift Equipment Scholarship Any recognized Canadian or US post-secondary institution Jun. 15 Canadian or USA resident between 17 – 24 attending or planning on attending post-secondary in the fall; have a GPA of at least 2.5; write essay $500
Monsanto Opportunity Scholarship Any recognized post-secondary institution Jun. 15 High school graduates from family farms who plan to pursue careers in agricultural sciences or forestry; submit a short essay $1,500
Apprentice & Occupational Trainee Scholarship Varies Jun. 30 Albertan Canadian citizen or permanent resident; registered as an Alberta apprentice in a trade; have passed their AIT exam between Jul. 1 and Jun. 30; have at least one more period of technical training remaining in their program; based on marks, employer recommendation & short description of self 370 x $1,000
BBG Communications Award Any recognized post-secondary institution Jun. 30 Citizen of Canada or USA aged 16 – 21; will be attending post-secondary in the fall; have a GPA of at least 2.5; write two essays $1,000
ConocoPhillips Trade Bursary Specific institutions; see list on website Jun. 30 High school graduate who attended school in ConocoPhillips areas of operations and pursuing a trades program; preference will be given to oil and gas industry studies Up to $2,500
Euclid Herie Leadership Award NAIT Jun. 30 Alberta/NWT resident, currently in high school; blind, visually impaired or deafblind; demonstrated academic achievement, judgement and leadership $5,000
Grade 11 Merit Award University of Lethbridge Jun. 30 Student currently in Gr 11 who plans to attend U Leth in the Fall immediately after high school graduation; $500 for GPA of 75-79% and $800 for GPA of 80% and higher 150 x $500 or $800
Lakehead University Entrance Bursaries & Scholarships Lakehead University Jun. 30 Resident of Canada/US between 16-21; GPA of 3.0 or higher; attending post-secondary next Fall; answer essay question $500
Lift Parts Express Scholarship Jun. 30 Canadian citizen, permanent resident or landed immigrant high school student (with no previous post-secondary education) who will be attending Lakehead University in the proceeding academic year; demonstrated financial need $500 to $30,000
Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP) & CTS Apprenticeship Scholarships Varies Jun. 30 Albertan Canadian citizen or permanent resident; have successfully completed a recognised pre-apprenticeship program and be a registered apprentice; based on grades and demonstrated financial need 11 x $1,000
Yukon Energy Ed Chambers Trades Scholarship Any accredited post-secondary Jun. 30 Students who have lived in the Yukon for at least one year; entering a trades pre-apprenticeship program in electrician, power line/ electronics technician, heavy duty/industrial instrument/industrial (millwright) mechanic or machinist; based on financial need, leadership qualities and balanced lifestyle 2 x $1,000
Yukon Energy General Scholarship Any recognized post-secondary institution Jun. 30 Students who have lived in the Yukon for at least one year; entering electrical/ mechanical/ electronic systems/ civil engineering or business administration & management studies; based on leadership qualities, balanced lifestyle and financial need 2 x $2,000
AWARD WHERE TENABLE DEADLINE CONDITIONS VALUE APPLICATION
Alberta Blue Cross 50th Anniversary Entrance Award Lethbridge College Jul. 01 Alberta resident with superior academic achievement $1,000
Alberta Blue Cross Health & Human Services Award Lethbridge College Jul. 01 Alberta resident with superior academic achievement entering a diploma/degree program in the Health and Human Service $1,000
Alberta Blue Cross Travelers Award Lethbridge College Jul. 01 Alberta resident with superior academic achievement who has relocated at least 100 km from their hometown $1,000
Anna & John Kolesar Memorial Scholarship Any recognized Alberta post-secondary institution Jul. 01 Alberta resident from a family where neither parent obtained a university degree; must be enrolling in full-time study in first year of a program in a Faculty of Education $1,500
ATB Financial Entrance Award Lethbridge College Jul. 01 Student entering the Agricultural Technology program (with an interest in Agricultural Business) whose parents are currently engaged in agricultural production in Alberta $500
Blythe Academy Global High School Scholarship Blythe Academy Global High School Jul. 01 Citizen or Permanent Resident of Canada aged 16 – 20 with a valid passport; academic success; school and/or community involvement; strong leadership characteristics and personal integrity; interest in travel and study abroad Based on merit of application
Coreen Roth Award Lethbridge College Jul. 01 Student who demonstrates financial need $1,200
Czechoslovak Canadian Cultural Society of Southern Alberta Award Lethbridge College Jul. 01 Student who demonstrates Czechoslovakian interest or ancestry $500
E.C. Fredericks Endowment Award Lethbridge College Jul. 01 Student who demonstrates financial need 5 x $1,100
General Financial Need Endowment Award Lethbridge College Jul. 01 Student who demonstrates outstanding financial need 2 x $1,200
George & Adele Barrington Award Lethbridge College Jul. 01 Student who demonstrates financial need as well as exceptional academic performance $550
Hungarian Canadian Oldtimers Award Lethbridge College Jul. 01 Student who demonstrates exceptional financial difficulties $500
Ken and Lorna Bateman Award Lethbridge College Jul. 01 Student who demonstrates both financial need and academic achievement $400
LaValley Farms Award Lethbridge College Jul. 01 Based on outstanding academic achievement 5 x $1,100
Lethbridge College Alumni Association Entrance Scholarship Lethbridge College Jul. 01 Student with a minimum 75% high school average and a significant community/school involvement $1,500
Lethbridge College Alumni for Life Award Lethbridge College Jul. 01 A child of an alumnus who demonstrates both financial need and academic achievement $800
Lethbridge College Entrance Scholarship Lethbridge College Jul. 01 Based on academic achievement and financial need 6 x $600
Lethbridge College Family Scholarship Lethbridge College Jul. 01 Dependent (22 years of age or younger and not married) or spouse of a current Lethbridge College employee; based on academic achievement 7 x $1,100
Lethbridge College Foundation/AOB Award Lethbridge College Jul. 01 Alberta resident who demonstrates outstanding financial need 6 x $1,000
Lethbridge College General Scholarship Endowment Award Lethbridge College Jul. 01 Student who demonstrates outstanding financial need 10 x $2,000
Oddfellows Fund Award Lethbridge College Jul. 01 Student who demonstrates outstanding financial need and academic achievement 2 x $2,125
TD Financial Award Lethbridge College Jul. 01 Student who demonstrates outstanding financial need and academic achievement $1,750
Brian Fudge Memorial Scholarship Any Canadian post-secondary institution Jul. 07 Students (children or foster children of NUPGE member) entering post-secondary education full-time; submit an essay $1,500
Scholarship for Aboriginal Canadians Any Canadian post-secondary institution Jul. 07 Aboriginal Canadian students (children or foster children of NUPGE member) entering post-secondary education full-time; submit an essay $1,500
Scholarship for Visible Minorities Any Canadian post-secondary institution Jul. 07 Visible minority students (children or foster children of NUPGE member) entering post-secondary education full-time; submit an essay $1,500
Terry Fox Memorial Scholarship Any Canadian post-secondary institution Jul. 07 Students (children or foster children of NUPGE member) with disabilities entering post-secondary education full-time; submit an essay $1,500
Tommy Douglas Scholarship Any Canadian post-secondary institution Jul. 07 Students (children or foster children of NUPGE member) entering post-secondary education full-time; submit an essay $1,500
Thomas Garner Scholarship Oxford Royale Academy Jul. 14, 2017 Academically-minded students aged 17-25; eligible to live and study in the UK for 3 months (11th Sep. to 1st Dec, 2017) Up to 50% reduction in course fee cost
Education for Life Bursary Any recognized post-secondary institution Jul. 15 Alberta resident with a disability; must either be or become a member of ACCD before the application deadline; must be registered in a post-secondary institution; first consideration given to first-year students. All applicants will also be considered for the Elsa Marie Lodweyk Memorial Bursary. $300 – $1,000
Elsa Marie Lodewyk Memorial Bursary Any recognized post-secondary institution Jul. 15 All applicants for the Education for Life Bursary will be considered for this $1,000
Eldon Foote Track & Field Scholarship University of Alberta Jul. 31 Outstanding athletic accomplishment in track & field; minimum of 80% Grade 12 average; be registered full-time in September; become a member of the Pandas or Golden Bears Track & Field Teams 2 x up to $2,000/yr for 5 yrs
ManCap Foundation Legacy Education Grant Any accredited Alberta post-secondary institution Jul. 31 Alberta high school graduates entering first-year post-secondary, in preparation for starting a business; financial need is a criteria 6 x $3,000
Phyllis Davidson Easter Seal Scholarship Alberta University or Community College Jul. 31 Student with a permanent physical disability requiring use of mobility aid (i.e., wheelchair, power scooter or power chair); financial need; academic achievement $5,000, annually for 4-yr program
AWARD WHERE TENABLE DEADLINE CONDITIONS VALUE APPLICATION
ATCO Pipelines Aboriginal Education Scholarship Varies Aug. 01 Canadian citizens of Aboriginal ancestry; originally from within 50km of ATCO Pipelines facilities; must be enrolled full-time in a secondary/post-secondary program $500 – $1,500
Canadian Conference of the IUOE Bursary Any recognized public Canadian college/university Aug. 01 Dependents of members with International Union of Operating Engineers, Local 955; entering first year of full-time study; submit essay and reference letter 10 x $750
Royal Roads Entrance Award Royal Roads University Aug. 01 Alberta resident; based on demonstrated achievement in one of major areas (sustainable development/entrepreneurship/empowering leadership/conflict analysis and management) Up to $2,000
Royal Roads Entrance Bursary Royal Roads University Aug. 01 Alberta resident; demonstrated financial need and volunteerism/community involvement; first time RRU registrant Up to $2,000
Bill7 Award Any post-secondary institution in Ontario Aug. 05 Students entering their first post-secondary program of study who have financial need and identify as lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender, transsexual, two-spirited and/or queer; submit personal statement and letter of reference Varies
Jeremy Dias Scholarship Any accredited post-secondary institution Aug. 15 Canadian citizen/resident; high school student entering post-secondary who has worked to eliminate discrimination within their school/community (special consideration for homophobia/heterosexism work)
Professional Cook Training Entrance Bursary College of the Rockies Aug. 15 Canadian citizen or permanent residents entering first year Cook One program; submit brief essay describing career goals $500
N.B. Coutts Local 955 Scholarship Fund NAIT Aug. 19 Members or dependents of members with International Union of Operating Engineers, Local 955; minimum 80% course load; based on academic achievement $5,000 ($2,500/yr x 2 years)
Bill Kehler Memorial Scholarship Any recognized post-secondary institution Aug. 31 Academic interest in broadcasting or agriculture’ must submit essay (70% of judging criteria), two letters of reference (15% of judging criteria) and transcript (15% of judging criteria) 4 x $2,500
Miller Motors (The Patriquin) Fund Award – ABT NAIT Aug. 30 Student entering the Auto Body Technician, Pre-Employment Certification Program; based on academic achievement and financial need $1,000
Miller Motors (The Patriquin) Fund Award – APT I NAIT Aug. 30 Student entering the Automotive Service Technician, Pre-Employment Program; based on academic achievement and financial need $1,000
Miller Motors (The Patriquin) Fund Award – IHE NAIT Aug. 30 Student entering the Industrial Heavy Equipment Technology Program; based on academic achievement and financial need $1,000
Chamaine Letourneau Fund See page for more details Aug. 31 Alberta resident Canadian citizen or permanent resident; be deaf or hard of hearing; based on demonstrated financial need Varies
SBHANA Dr. Peter Bowden Memorial Scholarship Any recognized post-secondary institution Aug. 31 Canadian citizen living north of Red Deer; accepted in a post-secondary program; member of SBHANA with diagnosis of spina bifidea and/or hydrocephalus; based on community involvement and plans for the future; will be judged on their motivation, maturity, and academic background $1,000
Syncrude/Athabasca University Aboriginal Scholarship Athabasca University Aug. 31 Alberta resident of Aboriginal ancestry; entering first year study in Bachelor of Bachelor of Administration/ Commerce/ Human Resources and Labour Relations/ Management/ Nursing/ Science/ Computing and Information Systems $2,500
AWARD WHERE TENABLE DEADLINE CONDITIONS VALUE APPLICATION
Rick Malcolm Education Scholarship Any accredited post-secondary institution Sep. 01 CUPE Alberta member/spouse/child who is pursuing post-secondary studies; write an essay Up to $1,000
Lions Legacy Scholarship Any recognized post-secondary institute Sep. 15 Satisfy entrance requirements at a post-secondary institute; demonstrate leadership qualities; be recognized as an individual of honesty and integrity; display a commitment to his/her community through service work for youth groups, senior citizens or non-profit organizations $1,000
Pfizer Entrance Award (Fall Session) MacEwan University Sep. 18 Must be entering first year of study in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree; must have a 85+% grade average; must have dedication to student government & community service/volunteerism 2 x $1,000 tuition credit
SPIE Scholarship Any recognized post-secondary institution Sep. 20 High school students who are planning to study optics, photonics or a related field; must be members of SPIE $2,000 to $11,000
Alberta Blue Cross Award for Students with Special Needs MacEwan University Sep. 30 First year student in any full-time program (2 yr + duration); must not be receiving more than $3,500 in other awards for the current academic year; who, because of physical or other disability, must incur additional expenses to attend $1,250
Alberta Blue Cross Entrance Award MacEwan University Sep. 30 First year student in any full-time program (2 yr + duration); must not be receiving more than $3,500 in other awards for the current academic year; have an average of 80% or more for Gr. 12 $1,250
Alberta Blue Cross Nursing Award MacEwan University Sep. 30 First year student in any full-time program (2 yr + duration); must not be receiving more than $3,500 in other awards for current academic year; preference given for keenly balanced high school academic achievements with any combination of the following: commitment to community, part-time employment, volunteerism or global citizenship $1,000
Bachelor of Arts Entrance Scholarship – Fall MacEwan University Sep. 30 New students admitted to the program in the Faculty of Arts will be given scholarships according to admission averages of 80% or higher $750 – $1,700
Bachelor of Science Entrance Scholarship – Fall MacEwan University Sep. 30 New students admitted to the program in the Faculty of Science will be given scholarships according to admission averages of 80% or higher $750 – $1,700
Cliff Cameron Bursary NAIT Sep. 30 Student enrolling in first year of any full-time program; based on financial need and satisfactory academics $500
Keith Erker Memorial Award MacEwan University Sep. 30 Enrolling in the Bachelor of Physical Education University Transfer program; possess a minimum average of 75% based on high school transcripts; have the stated goal of becoming a teacher of PE at a primary/ secondary level; must have been active in organized hockey in the greater Edmonton area competing at the Midget level; must have demonstrated leadership on athletic teams as evidenced by letters of support from coaching staff $250
NAIT Bursary Fund NAIT Sep. 30 Student enrolling in first year of any program; based on financial need 11 x $500
Persons’ Case Scholarship Alberta post-secondary institute Sep. 30 Alberta Canadian citizen or permanent resident; enrolled full-time in a program non-traditional for their sex, or will contribute to the advancement of women Up to $5,000
AWARD WHERE TENABLE DEADLINE CONDITIONS VALUE APPLICATION
Charles S. Noble Junior Football Scholarship Any Alberta post-secondary institution Oct. 01 Alberta residents who are enrolled full-time; must be a playing member of the Alberta Junior Football team 30 x Up to $1,000
Earl and Countess of Wessex World Championships in Athletics Scholarship University of: Alberta/ Calgary/ Lethbridge Oct. 01 Plan on entering full-time post-secondary studies at the University of Alberta, the University of Calgary or the University of Lethbridge and must join the Track and Field Team at the institution within one year; must have met the entrance requirements to be accepted at either institution 2 x $3,000
Emerson Drive Music and Digital Design Scholarship Grand Prairie Regional College Oct. 05 Student entering the IDDS Music or Visual Arts program; must complete a full-course load with a minimum 3.3 GPA; CV, portfolio and career goals are considered $500
Grande Prairie Rotary Club Entrance Scholarship Grande Prairie Regional College Oct. 05 Students entering the first year of any program; eligibility is determined by GPA in core courses $1,250
Right Honourable Don Mazankowski Entrance Scholarship Grande Prairie Regional College Oct. 05 Students entering first year of studies; must provide statements from high school counselor regarding their community involvement and leadership qualities $1,200
AES Scholarship Any recognized post-secondary Oct. 06 Awarded on the basis of character, as determined by evaluation of the essays that are submitted. $500
Rawlco Radio Awards in Music MacEwan University Oct. 14 Must be enrolling as a first year student in Music program; must complete a 300-500 word essay; eligible students will be asked to perform two songs $3,500
Eric McCorkell Memorial Entrance Bursary MacEwan University Oct. 15 Must be registered in their first year of any full time program of two or more years and demonstrate financial need. $500
Prairie Baseball Academy Scholarship Any Alberta post-secondary institution Oct. 15 Alberta residents who are enrolled full-time; must be a participant of the Prairie Baseball Academy 30 x $500 – $2,500
Sylvia Schulze Memorial Women’s Bursary MacEwan University Oct. 15 Female student who demonstrates financial need; priority will be given to an Aboriginal student who is not legally entitled to adequate assistance by reason of her status 2 x $1,000
Loran Awards One of 25 partner universities Oct. 19 Academic achievement (minimum cumulative average of 85%), character, service and leadership; students entering university for 1st time 126 x $2,000, $3,000 or $100,000
Horatio Alger Jim Pattison Alberta Scholarship Any Canadian post-secondary institution Oct. 25 Alberta student graduating from high school; entering post-secondary in the fall; strong commitment to pursuing and completing a degree; critical financial need; involvement in co-curricular and community activities; a minimum of 65% GPA $5,000
CBC Canada Writes Short Story Prize Oct. 31 Canadian or permanent resident; only previously un-published works may be submitted 4 x $1,000 & 1 x $6,000, trip + publication
Royal Canadian Legion (AB-NWT) Literary Competition Oct. 31 Canadian students; essay/composition must be 800 words maximum; poem must be 32 lines maximum and may be submitted in English or French; marked on expression, presentation, grammar, spelling & Canadian content $125 – $500 + trip for 2 to Ottawa
Royal Canadian Legion AB-NWT Poster Competition Oct. 31 Poster smaller than 56cm x 71cm, in full colour or b&w; poster shall reflect remembrance; will be judged on originality, expression of subject, drawing & illustration; computer-generated entries will not be accepted $200 – $500 + trip for 2 to Ottawa
AWARD WHERE TENABLE DEADLINE CONDITIONS VALUE APPLICATION
INDSPIRE Post Secondary Education Bursary Award Various Nov. 01 A registered Canadian Indigenous individual (First Nation, Inuit, or Métis Status); enrolled as a full-time, studying in the fields of business, commerce, science, law, engineering, social work, info technology, education or social sciences Varies
Joe Couillard Memorial Scholarship Post-secondary and industry-developed courses Nov. 01 Canadian citizen or landed immigrant interested in pursuing a career that supports Canadian skiing and/or golf industry; based on academic standing, demonstrated financial need, 2 x $1,000 + 2 x $500
Royal Roads Entrance Award Royal Roads University Nov. 01 Alberta resident; based on demonstrated achievement in one of major areas (sustainable development/entrepreneurship/empowering leadership/conflict analysis and management) $2,000
Royal Roads Entrance Bursary Royal Roads University Nov. 01 Alberta resident; demonstrated financial need and volunteerism/community involvement; first time RRU registrant $1,000
I Am … Scholarship Slam Any college within the US or its territories Nov. 06 Students aged 25 or younger; submit original poem $1,000
Fellowships for Full-Time Studies in French Any post-secondary institution offering courses in French Nov. 20 Alberta resident; Canadian or permanent resident; enrolled in full-time post-secondary program; must be enrolled in a minimum of three French (content & instruction language) courses per semester $500 – $1,000 per semester
Gil Purcell Memorial Journalism Scholarship for Native Canadians Any post-secondary institution Nov. 15 Native Canadian (status or non-status Indian, Métis or Inuit); studying at a post-secondary or who is actively involved in post-secondary student newspaper $4,000 + summer journalism employment
Women’s Opportunity Awards Any recognized post-secondary institution Nov. 15 Reside in Soroptimist member country (inc. Canada); have financial need; enrolled/ accepted to a post-secondary program; provide the primary financial support for their families (inc. children, spouse, siblings and/ or parents) $3,000 to $18,000
Thomas Garner Scholarship Oxford Royale Academy Nov. 18 Academically-minded students aged 17-25; eligible to live and study in the UK for 3 months (9th Jan. to 24th Mar., 2017) Up to 50% reduction in course fee cost
Shad Valley Summer Enrichment Program Canadian University Nov. 26 Grade 10-12 student with high overall academic achievement and leadership qualities; a passion for math & sciences; creative, entrepreneurial-minded, driven; excellent communication skills; participation in extracurricular activities Month living on campus
Alberta Council for the Ukrainian Arts Award MacEwan University Nov. 27 Applicant who, through an exhibit, tour, festival, educational program or special project, fosters a greater awareness of Ukrainian arts in Alberta $500
Anna Pidruchney Award for New Writers MacEwan University Nov. 27 Novice writer for a literary work, which includes Ukrainian Canadian characters or is based on a Ukrainian Canadian theme; preference given to young unpublished writers considering writing as a profession $1,000
TD Scholarship for Community Leadership Any recognized Canadian post-secondary institution Nov. 28 Canadian citizen or Permanent Resident; in final year of high school; demonstrated outstanding community involvement and leadership; minimum average of 75% in most recently completed school year; write an essay 20 x Up to $10,000 for tuition/yr + $7,500/yr stipend + summer job)
Arthur Paulin Automotive Aftermarket Scholarship Award Any applicable Canadian College or University Nov. 30 Applicants must be enrolled in an automotive aftermarket industry related program or curriculum (including students pursuing studies as an automotive apprentice, or studies in any of the following automotive sectors: auto body, hard parts, heavy duty, or motive power (machinists)) $700
Student Success Bursary MacEwan University Nov. 30 Awarded to student accepted or conditionally accepted to MacEwan University, demonstrating financial need $2,000 -$3,000
AWARD WHERE TENABLE DEADLINE CONDITIONS VALUE APPLICATION
Semester At Sea Work-Study Grant (Spring) Semester at Sea Dec. 01 Students who are interested in working two hours per day while at sea; be an NSHSS member $4,000
Semester At Sea International Student Advancement Award (Spring) Semester at Sea Dec. 01 Students who study outside the US; based on academic achievement and leadership; write two short essays; be an NSHSS member $1,500 – $10,000
AFOA – MNP Aboriginal Youth Financial Mgmt Awards Any recognized post-secondary institution Dec. 04 Aboriginal Youth Grade 11 & 12 (max 19 yrs old), Academic success, 1500 word essay re: Financial Mgmt $500
Shad Valley Summer Enrichment Program Canadian University Dec. 12 Grade 10-12 student with high overall academic achievement and leadership qualities; a passion for math & sciences; creative, entrepreneurial-minded, driven; excellent communication skills; participation in extracurricular activities Month living on campus
Burger King Scholars Program Any recognized post-secondary institution Dec. 15 Canadian residents graduating from Gr. 12 with a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale, or equivalent Up $5,000
Entrance Leadership Scholarship University of Alberta Dec. 15 Exceptional leadership qualities; 80% average or higher; entering an undergraduate program at the U of A 100 x up to $20,000
Rubincam Youth Award Any recognized post-secondary institution Dec. 15 Students in Grades 10-12 (aged 16-18); prepare a five-generation pedigree (ancestor) chart and write biographies about the parents in each genearation $500, plaque and NGS membership
University of Alberta Academic Excellence Scholarships University of Alberta Dec. 15 *No application necessary; automatic consideration* Up to $7,000
Apprentice Ecologist Award Any post-secondary institution Dec. 31 Student aged 13 to 21; conduct environmental stewardship project, write an essay about your project and what it means to you, accompanied by a digital photo of your project in action; must demonstrate personal leadership, initiative and environmental stewardship 3 x Up to $850
CrossLites Scholarship Contest Any Dec. 31 High school student; write a reflective essay (400-600 words) based on one of Dr. Parker’s quotes or messages $150 to $4,000

 

Students interested in applying for the Loran Scholarship or TD Scholarship should contact Ms. Leighton; students interested in applying for the Schulich Scholarship should contact Mr. Beebe.