CAWIC Bursary for Women 2013
CAWIC is a non-profit organization of women employed in various construction related fields. One of its mandates is to promote education and encourage young women to pursue careers in the construction industry. This year CAWIC offers bursaries of $1,500 each to women students in post-secondary institutions who aspire to careers in construction related fields and have not previously receive their bursary. For more information and the application visit the CAWIC website. The deadline to apply is March 31, 2013.
CPAC Scholarships, Awards and Bursararies
The Education Foundation of the Chinese Professional Association of Canada (CPAC) offers a variety of scholarships, awards and bursaries to Canadian citizens and immigrants of all ethnic backgrounds. For information and the application, visit the the CPAC website. The deadline to apply is October 5, 2012.
Lucy Morrison Bursary
IODE Ontario offers a general bursary to all undergraduate students in Ontario colleges in universities on the basis of financial need. Applicants must have completed at least one full year of study at an approved university or college and studying at an accredited post-secondary institution in Ontario and must be a Canadian citizen. The IODE Lucy Morrison Bursary is awarded throughout the year – there is no deadline. More information and the application can be found at IODE Ontario.
County of Simcoe Bursary
Local students are invited to apply for the County of Simcoe Bursary Program. Five $3,000 bursaries are available to County of Simcoe residents attending an Ontario university or college. Application must include a 500-word essay on a topic of public interest related to current issues facing municipal government. For more information and the application, visit the County of Simcoe.
Foster Children's Bursary
More than 75,000 children in Canada are in need of foster care, often due to abuse, poverty and neglect. Having been a foster parent to 15 children, the president of Storwell has seen the needs and challenges of these young people first-hand. That is why Storwell is offering an annual bursary of $2,000 in support of foster children to help them attend post-secondary schools and to offer a hand up as they make their way forward in life. The award is non-renewable but candidates are welcome to apply for it once a year. The successful candidate is an active member of their community, has excellent grades and displays financial need. For more information and the application, visit the Storwell website.
Royal Canadian Legion Ontario Command Charitable Foundation and Royal Canadian Legion Ladies Auxilliary Bursary Assistance Program
The Bursary Program is designed to assist those students who enter a post-secondary school of education (including courses and training programs of a technical and vocational nature) and pursue the same course throughout their academic years. The Bursary Program is funded through the Ontario Command Branches and Ladies' Auxiliaries Charitable Foundation. To be eligible for bursary funds, the student must be enrolled in a post-secondary school and be a war veteran, or the child or grandchild of a war veteran, or; be an Ordinary or Life Member of a branch of The Royal Canadian Legion, or the child or grandchild of an Ordinary or Life Member of a branch of The Royal Canadian Legion, or; be an Associate Member of a branch of The Royal Canadian Legion, or the child of an Associate Member of a branch of The Royal Canadian Legion, or; be a member of the Ladies' Auxiliary of a branch of The Royal Canadian Legion, or the child or grandchild of a member of the Ladies' Auxiliary of a branch of The Royal Canadian Legion. For information on eligibility and the application process, please visit the Legion Ontario Command Charitable Foundation website.
BIAC National Bursary Program
BIAC is now accepting applications for a $2,000 Bursary to assist students living with an acquired brain injury to pursue educational opportunities in English or French post-secondary institution or apprenticeship/trades programs in Canada. For more detailed information please refer to: Brian Injury Association of Canada.
CLWD Educational Bursary
Community Living Walkerton and District offers a bursary to students who reside in Bruce County or Grey County in Ontario, Canada, and who are enrolled in full-time post-secondary education at any level of their studies. Applicants must submit an essay to demonstrate their personal and/or professional experiences and challenges in promoting inclusion for persons with disabilities. More information and the application can be found at Community Living Walkerton.
Chaney-Ensign Bursary Fund
Through the Chaney-Ensign Bursary Fund, the Hamilton Community Foundation provides modest educational bursaries to students who demonstrate serious financial need and who have completed their high-school requirements in publicly-funded secondary schools located in the City of Hamilton. Students must be in attendance at an approved college or university in Canada. This bursary fund is generally intended to assist students enrolled in full-time undergraduate studies, although part-time studies may be considered. The application can be downloaded from the link below, or is available from the Financial Aid & Awards office upon request. The deadline to submit completed applications to the Financial Aid & Awards office is September 25 (Fall Semester) or January 25 (Winter Semester). Applications will be reviewed by the Manager, Financial Aid & Awards, and forwarded to the Hamilton Community Foundation for a final decision.
Chaney-Ensign Bursary Fund Application
Kin Canada Bursaries
Kin Canada Bursaries, a program of the Hal Rogers Endowment Fund, provides financial help for those seeking higher learning. Bursary awards are $1,000 in value. A limited number are available each year. All students who are Canadian Citizens or Permanent Residents, are registered in full-time studies at a recognized university or college, who demonstrate high ideals and qualities of citizenship and have not previously received a bursary from the Hal Rogers Endowment Fund, may be eligible to apply to this bursary program. For more information and the application, visit Kin Canada Bursaries.
CLWD Educational Bursary
Community Living Walkerton & District is an organization that endeavors to promote effective practices of inclusion for all people. An educational bursary of $1,000 will be made available to a full-time, post-secondary student who demonstrates commitment toward stronger and inclusive communities. Eligible applicants will reside in Bruce County or Grey County in Ontario, Canada (it is understood that they may live elsewhere to attend school); be accepted to study full-time at a recognized Canadian institution in a post-secondary program; submit to the Selections Committee a 500-word essay to demonstrate their personal and/or professional experiences and challenges in promoting inclusion for persons with disabilities; and include in the essay an indication of their commitment to being a builder of stronger communities and good citizenship. Applications are available on the CLWD website.
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