External Scholarships and Bursaries E-H
Designated for students of Aboriginal ancestry
Designated for students with a disability
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATORS OF BC (ECEBC)
AVAILABLE TO: Part-time and full-time ECE students attending public post-secondary institutions, based on financial need.
ECEBC Student Bursary Program
2774 East Broadway
Vancouver, BC V5M 1Y8
Electro-Federation Canada is committed to assisting young Canadians pursuing studies in teh fields of electrical engineering, computer engineering technology, electrical apprentice, computer science, environmental, renewable energy, commerce and business administration.
AVAILABLE TO: Each scholarship is sponsored by leading organizations in the electrical and consumer electronics industries. Canandian citizens who have completed at least their first year of study; have maintained a minimum 70% average; by registered in a full-time, eligible post-secondary degree or diploma program at a recognized canadian educatoin institution.
APPLICATIONS FROM: efcfoundation.myreviewroom.com
ELDER & LEEMAUR PUBLISHERS' UNIVERSITY WRITING SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
There are a number of scholarships available for university students. Half of the available awards will go towards entrance scholarships, while the remainder wil be given to current undergraduate students. Field of study will have no bearing on scholarship allocation Recipients of the scholarships will be determined based on quality of work submitted.
Elder & Leemaur
1124 Holdom Ave.
Burnaby, B.C. V5B 3V6
TELEPHONE: (604) 263-3540
ELIE WIESEL PRIZE IN ETHICS ESSAY CONTEST
AVAILABLE TO: Registered undergraduate full-time juniors or seniors at accredited four-year colleges or universities in the United States and Canada
ELIZABETH BENTLEY SCHOLARSHIPS
AVAILABLE TO: A Member or a wife, husband, father, mother, sister, brother, child, step-child, legally adopted child, grandchild, great grand child, niece, nephew, daughter-in-law, son-in-law, of a member of a Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star in British Columbia and Yukon, which member shall be in good standing, or if deceased, shall have been in good standing at the time of demise.
APPLICATIONS FROM: (if from the Yukon area)
Order of the Easter Star
505 Lambert St.
Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 1Z8
Or in B.C.: Any Chapter in applicant's area.
ELIZABETH DEANE AWARD — (ORDER OF THE ROYAL PURPLE, VANCOUVER LODGE NO. 1)
AVAILABLE TO: A student pursuing a career in the caring of the hearing impaired, who is a Canadian citizen and a resident of British Columbia.
Treasurer, Order of the Royal Purple
Vancouver Lodge No. 1
1313 Granville St.
Vancouver, B.C. V6Z 1M9
THE ELIZABETH GREENSHIELDS FOUNDATION GRANT
AVAILABLE TO: Talented young artists in the early stages of their careers. Awards are limited to candidates working in the following: painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture. Work must be representational or figurative — abstract or non-representational art is precluded by the terms of the Foundation's Charter.
The Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation
1814 Sherbrooke St. West, Suite #1
Montreal, Quebec H3H 1E4
TELEPHONE: (514) 937-9225
FAX: (514) 937-0141
ELLEN BELL YMCA MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
AVAILABLE TO: A student registered in college or university pursuing a career in Marketing and Advertising. Ellen Bell will be remembered for the "boundless energy, intelligence, kindness, and willingness to commit herself to the betterment of the community". The scholarship will be granted an individual or individuals who demonstrates the above qualities.
APPLICATIONS SENT TO:
Ellen Bell YMCA Memorial Scholarship Committee
YMCA Association Services
#500-1188 West Georgia Street
Vancouver, BC V6E 3Z3
TELEPHONE: (604) 681-9622
FAX: (604) 688-0220
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS FOR INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE COUNCIL BURSARY
AVAILABLE TO: A deserving student undertaking a program of studies which includes at least one emergency management course.
EPICC Bursary Committee
Emergency Preparedness for Industry and Commerce Council
1110-1040 West Georgia Street
Vancouver, BC V6E 4H1
TELEPHONE: (604) 687-5522
ENVISION FINANCIAL EDUCATION AWARDS
AVAILABLE TO: Students who are members of Envision Credit Union and who have been members in good standing for one full year prior to the application deadline. Children and grandchildren of the Directors and Senior Executives of Envision Credit Union, and staff are excluded from the competition.
Any Envision branch or download an application form from: www.envisionfinancial.ca
EQUALS 6 SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
EXPLORE - Second Language Summer Program
Explore is a five-week intensive language-learning course. You can take the course in the spring or summer, whichever you prefer! Knowing a second language is essential, and with French you can get around almost everywhere in the world.
- Canadian citizens or permanent residents
- have completed at least grade 11 or be at the postsecondary level by the time courses begin
- have been a full-time student for at least one semester during the current school year.
FARM CREDIT CORPORATION "NATIONAL" 4-H SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS PROGRAM
AVAILABLE TO: Young people in rural Canada who would like to put their ideas into action to improve their community. Young people who are members of 4-H are invited to submit ideas for projects that address the issues of hunger or farm safety in their community.
Project plans must be submitted to:
Canadian 4-H Council
Central Experimental Farm
930 Carling avenue - Building #26
Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0C6
FEDERATION OF CANADIAN MUNICIPALITIES' SCHOLARSHIP FUND
AVAILABLE TO: Women who are a Canadian college or university student in their final year of study.
24 Clarence Street
Ottawa, Ontario K1N 5P3
FAX: 613-241-5221 ext. 222
FIRST CITIZENS' FUND STUDENT BURSARY PROGRAM
AVAILABLE TO: Post-secondary students of Aboriginal ancestry (status, non-status, Metis, and Inuit). Applicants must have resided in B.C. for six months or more at the time of application (not including attendance at post-secondary institution). Applicants registered full-time (at least 3 full credit courses per term) in a minimum two-year academic program at any recognized post-secondary institution.
B.C. Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centre
200 - 506 Fort Street
Victoria, BC V8W 1E6
TELEPHONE: (250) 388-5522
TOLL FREE: 1-800-990-2432
FONDS JEAN- ROBERT GAUTHIER - THE CHALLENGE BURSARY
AVAILABLE TO: Students attending a post-secondary institution. Participants must reside or study in a province where French is in the minority.
SUBMIT ESSAY TO:
The Hon. Jean-Robert Gauthier, Senator
Attention: Ms Catherine Morneau
Centre Block, Room 176-F
The Senate of Canada
Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0A4
TELEPHONE: (613) 947-7538
FAX: (613) 947-7539
FOREIGN GOVERNMENT AWARDS PROGRAM
AVAILABLE TO: Graduate students (and those completing a first degree and intending to go on to do graduate studies) who are Canadian citizens are eligible to apply for a scholarship to study or do research abroad in all disciplines.
International Council for Canadian Studies
75 Albert, S-908
Ottawa, Ontario K1P 5E7
TELEPHONE: (613) 789-7828
FAX: (613) 789-7830
FORESTERS: B.C. Regional Council Bursary Program
Hugh Lindsay Bursary
B.C. Regional Council Bursaries
AVAILABLE TO: Members in good standing, of the Foresters, whose membership is in the jurisdiction of the B.C. Regional Council.
604 Munro St.
Nelson, BC V1L 3G2
TELEPHONE: (250) 352-9752
FOUNDATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF ABORIGINAL YOUTH (FAAY)
AVAILABLE TO: Aboriginal students (Status, Non-Status, Metis and Inuit) who are Canadian citizens, enrolled full-time in a Canadian school located in Canada.
Foundation for the Advancement of Aboriginal Youth
204A St. George St.
Coach House, Main Floor
Toronto, Ontario M5R 2N5
TELEPHONE: (416) 961-8663
TOLL FREE: 1-800-465-7078
FAX: (416) 961-3995
4-H ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIPS
AVAILABLE TO: British Columbia 4-H members pursuing a post-secondary education.
National 4-H Scholarships
B.C.4-H Provincial Council
844 Windbreak St.
Kamloops, B.C. V2B 5P1
TELEPHONE: (250) 376-0373
FUTURE FOUNDATIONS SPONSORSHIP
AVAILABLE TO: A student enrolled at UFV who is a single parent* or a student with a disability.**
ELIGIBILITY: Candidates must be enrolled at UFV during 2010-2011 to receive the sponsorship for 2012 and must be able to demonstrate genuine financial need.
103-33255 South Fraser Way
Abbotsford, B.C. V2S 2B2
TELEPHONE: (604) 859-6790
* A single parent cares for one or more children while they are enrolled at UFV
** Students with a Disability: "A disability is a functional limitation resulting from a physical, sensory, or mental impairment, which, for an indefinite period, affects the ability of the student to perform the activities necessary to participate fully in post-secondary learning"
GIL PURCELL MEMORIAL JOURNALISM SCHOLARSHIP FOR NATIVE CANADIANS
AVAILABLE TO: A native Canadian (status or non-status Indian, Metis or Inuit) who is studying journalism at a Canadian university or community college or who is actively involved in a university or college student newspapers. The scholarship is open to both French and English-speaking native Canadians.
Administrative Assistant - HR
The Canadian Press
36 King Street East
Toronto, Ontario M5C 2L9
TELEPHONE: (416) 507-2133
FAX: (416) 507-2033
GIRL GUIDES OF CANADA
AVAILABLE TO: Any women who is currently an active Member of Girl Guides of Canada-Guides du Canada and who is pursuing further education.
The Girl Guides of Canada Scholarship
A general scholarship available to any active Member who has either been accepted at or is continuing her education at a Canadian educational institution.
The Roberta Bondar Scholarship
A defined scholarship available to any active Member at a Canadian institution continuing her education in science, applied science, mathematics or technology. It is awarded to Students entering third, fourth or a post-graduate year of studies.
Girl Guides of Canada-Guides du Canada
50 Merton Street
Toronto, Ontario M4S 1A3
TELEPHONE: (416) 487-5281 ext. 266
FAX: (416) 487-5570
GITXSAN HEALTH SOCIETY BURSARY PROGRAM
AVAILABLE TO: Post Secondary student who is of Gitxsan ancestry, and who are currently in studying at a recognized post secondary institution in a health-related field.
Gitxsan Health Society
P.O. Box 223
Hazelton, B.C. V0J 1Y0
TELEPHONE: (250) 842-5165
FAX: (250) 842-5587
GUIDE OUTFITTERS ASSOCIATION OF BRITISH COLUMBIA SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
AVAILABLE TO: Students graduating from Grade 12, or completing first year of post-secondary who are planning to pursue a career in some aspect of wildlife management..
Guide Outfitters Association of B.C.
Richmond, B.C. V6Y 4A4
TELEPHONE: (604) 278-2688
FAX: (604) 278-3440
HARRY JEROME SCHOLARSHIPS
AVAILABLE TO: A Black African or Black Caribbean student who is a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of Canada. Between the ages of 17 to 30 and enrolled in a full-time degree (graduate or undergraduate), diploma or certificate program at a Canadian college or university for the academic year commencing in the year in which the scholarship is grant.
The Board of Trustees of the Harry Jerome Scholarships
c/o Black Business and Professional Association
307-675 King Street West
Toronto, Ontario M5V 1M9
TELEPHONE: (416) 504-4097
FAX: (416) 504-7343
HEALTH SCIENCES ASSOCIATION OF BC (HSA)
Health Sciences Association Aboriginal Bursary
AVAILABLE TO: Aboriginal students who are continuing or proceeding in any HSA field leading to a recognized certificate, degree or diploma at any college, university or other post-secondary educational institution. Primary consideration will be given to residents of BC attending a Canadian post-secondary educational institution.
Health Sciences Association Bursary
AVAILABLE TO: Students who are continuing or proceeding to a program of studies in any field leading to a recognized degree or diploma at any post-secondary educational institution. Applicants must be a member in good standing of HSA at the time of application or be the son or daughter of an HSA member.
Health Sciences Association Scholarship
AVAILABLE TO: Students who are continuing or proceeding to a full-time program of studies in any field leading to a recognized degree or diploma at any post-secondary educational institution. Applicants must be an HSA member in good standing at the time of application, or be the son or daughter of an HSA member.
Madden Memorial Education Fund
AVAILABLE TO: HSA members who need financial support for labour relations and self-improvement courses. These include:
- occupational health and safety
- employee rights: labour relations
- human rights
- labour legislation and labour history
- communications skills
- assertiveness and leader ship skills.
- On-site and correspondence courses offered by universities, colleges, school boards and labour organizations are eligible.
Health Sciences Association of British Columbia
Suite 300 - 5118 Joyce Street
Vancouver, BC V5R 4H1
TELEPHONE: (604) 439-0994
FAX: (604) 439-0976
HOLSTEIN CANADA EDUCATION AWARDS
AVAILABLE TO: Students who are a regular or junior member of Holstein Canada, or a son/daughter of a member. Must have completed at least one year of university/college (or Cegep in Quebec) and returning to school with the calendar year.
Holstein Canada Education Awards
20 Corporate Place
P.O. Box 610
Brantford, Ontario N3T 5R4
TELEPHONE: (519) 756-8300
FAX: (519) 756-9982
HUSKY OIL ABORIGINAL EDUCATIONAL AWARDS
AVAILABLE TO: Aboriginal people (Inuit, Metis, Status or Non-Status Indian) who will be enrolled, or accepted for enrollment, in programs leading to a degree, diploma or certificate.
Husky Oil Operations Limited
P.O. Box 6525, Station D
Calgary, Alberta T2P 3G7
TELEPHONE: (403) 298-6780
FAX: (403) 750-1666