The Canadian College of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine is offering students about to graduate high school this June a bursary if they would like to join our Acupuncture Diploma program.

Click here to download more information about our $1,000/year bursary that we will award to all high school graduates accepted into our upcoming September 2019 or January 2020 classes.

The college still has some limited availability remaining for our September class, so students can still apply and still be eligible for this bursary.

If you have any questions please contact me either by calling 902-832-6628 or send me an email at admissions@ccatcm.ca.

 
 
NSTHRC
Tourism Scholarships Information
The Canadian Tourism Industry offer Tourism Scholarships for grduating high school students pursuing post-secondary education in tourism.
Scholarship to be submitted to NSTHRC by May 15, 2019to the address below.
Tourism Scholarship c/o
Nova Scotia Tourism Human Resource Council
2089 Maitland Street, Halifax, NS B3K 2Z8
Ph: (902) 422-5853

CUPE  Local 3876 Scholarship



A $400 bursary is available to a student whose parent is a CUPE Local 3876 AVRCE union member.  See the attached documents.

Click here for criteria

Click here for application

 

RCH Scholarship

 

The Race Relations, Cross Cultural Understanding and Human Rights (RCH) scholarship is provided by the Annapolis Valley

Regional Centre for Education (AVRCE) to assist graduates of African descent and Aboriginal identity with their first year
post-secondary studies. Value of scholarship: $500.00 each.
The scholarship will be awarded annually to two AVRCE graduating students who are 1) of African descent, and 2) of
Aboriginal identity, and who are entering a post-secondary institution in September. Eligible students must fully complete
this application form, as well as a Letter of Application.
This application must be submitted to the student’s school Guidance Counsellor and emailed to the Regional
Executive Director of Education’s Office executivedirector@avrce.ca or faxed to 902-538-4634 by:
 
May 14, 2019.
Application forms found in the Guidence Councellor's office.

 

 

Team Seafood Nova Scotia

 
 

click here for more bursary information

 

 

 

 

ScholarTree

 

Over 100 scholarships are available at this website: http://schools.ednet.ns.ca/avrsb/071/mhatt/SchoBurAwardschart.htm

ScholarTree.ca - where money is awarded early in the school year! $997,500 worth of scholarships

 


 

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Written by university students!



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- How to: tips for applying and getting into prestigious programs



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Nova Scotia Power Scholarship Program
 

Visit nspower.ca/scholarships to apply

 


 

 
 Donald R. Sobey Bursary Award
 

https://www.nscc.ca/admissions/scholarships_and_bursaries/donald-r-sobey-bursary-program.asp

 

The Donald R. Sobey Bursary is a $2,500 renewable bursary available to students entering NSCC on a full-time basis. It was esta Donald R. Sobey Bursary Awardblished through a $4-million gift from the Donald R. Sobey Foundation.

The Bursary is designed to:

 

  • Encourage and assist students in obtaining potentially life-changing education
  • Support students in strengthening their skills so they can secure meaningful employment
  • Help students become role models in their communities

 

Eligibility

 

To be eligible, applicants must: 

 

  • Be referred by a community organization or law enforcement agency
  • Be planning to enroll in a full-time program at the College
  • Have unmet financial need

 

Bursary selection criteria

 

A selection committee will review the application and look at the following: 

 

  • Financial situation and other reasons the student should be considered for the bursary
  • Support in place with the referring organization, and how they will help the student in achieving education and career goals

 

Please do let me know if you have any further questions.

 

1-855-825-9060 (toll-free)
awards@nscc.ca

click here for more information

 

 

 

NSTHRC
Tourism Scholarships Information
The Canadian Tourism Industry offer Tourism Scholarships for grduating high school students pursuing post-secondary education in tourism.
Scholarship to be submitted to NSTHRC by May 15, 2019, to the address below.
Tourism Scholarship c/o
Nova Scotia Tourism Human Resource Council
2089 Maitland Street, Halifax, NS B3K 2Z8
Ph: (902) 422-5853
 
Scholarship candidates will be judged on the following:
  -  Application - Content and Essay
  -  Extra- curricular Activities
  -  Academic Standing
  -  References (Community or Teacher)
  -  Post-secondary - Field of Study
 
 
Walter H Johnson Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded annually.  There are two award categories: GOLD - $1,250.00 and SILVER - $750.00.  Both awards are renewable for one additional year, for $750.00 and $250.00 respectively.
Applicants must apply for the renewal.  Preference will be given to Tourism 11 or Tourism 12 graduates.  Application Deadline:  May15th
 
CRITERIA
     1. Program:  Successful candidates must be pursuing a recognized Tourism post-secondary program.
     2.  Eligibility:  All applications must be graduating from a Nova Scotia High School in the current calendar year.
     3.  Applications will include:
                  Official school transcript
                   Essay: This essay will be 300-500 words in length entitled, "Why I've Choosen a Career in Tourism" 
                    References and resume
For more information, please contact:nsthrc@tourism.ca
 
 
NSTHRC/Hotel Association of Nova Scotia Culinary Scholarship
With the tremendous growth in the Tourism Sector, cooking professionals are in great demand.  To assist in the growth of culinary talent in Nova Scotia, the Hotel Association of Nova Scotia and the Nova Scotia Tourism Human Recource Council are offering a Scholarship for high school graduates interested in pursuing post-secondary education within the culinary trade.  This Scholarship is presented annually in the amount of $1000.00 and is renewable for one additional year in the amount of $5oo.oo.  Applicants must apply for the renewal. Preference will be given to Tourism 11 or Tourism 12 graduates. 
Application Deadline : May 15th
 
CRITERIA
     1.  Program: Successful candidates must be pursuing post-secondary education in a recognized culinary                program.
     2.  Eligibility:  All applicants must be graduating from Nova Scotia High School in the current calander                year.   
     3.  Applications should include:
          -  A 500 word essay describing why the applicant has chosen to pursue a career in the culinary trade
          -  Resume
          -  Official school transcript
          -  Letters of reference: one academic and one extracurricular/professional
 
For more information, please contact Lynn McDonagh Huges at lynn@tourism.ca or call (902) 423-4480
 
   
 

 

 

Fiix-Scholarship

A scholarship for students who are interested in skill trades (millwright, industrial maintenance or engineering technician) https://scholartree.ca/scholarship/fiix-scholarship/ySAEyh3_f7

 

The Emerge-New scholarship

Angad Hundal Society has launched a new scholarship 'The Emerge" From 2019. It is a 2500$ award, which will be given towards the higher education of a Nova Scotia student who faced adverse circumstances, struggled but found his/her way to emerge as a winner.  

You can get more information about the scholarship on the website:

http://angadhundalmemorialaward.ca/

 

Please see below for Epilepsy of Nova Scotia Bursary and Scholarship Information

EANS Di Setchell Memorial Bursary

EANS James Russell Kline Memorial Bursary Package

EANS Memorial Bursary Package

EANS Memorial Scholarship Package


Please visit Marion Sweet Memorial Bursary for more information.


 

Please visit Application Graham Pinsent for more information.

 


Please see below for RCH Scholarship Information.

Terms Scholarship Aboriginal Identitypdf

Terms Scholarship African Descent.pdf

AVRSB RCH Scholarship Application Fillable.pdf


Please click here for the Bridgetown Volunteer Fire Department bursary.


 

Please visit angadhundalmemorialaward.ca for information. Application deadline is April 30.


Please click here for the Lorraine LeBlanc bursary information. 


Please click here for the Jordan Boyd bursary information.


National Union of Public and General Employees is offering five scholarships of $1,500 each to students who plan to enter the first year of a public, post-secondary educational institution full time in 2018-2019 and who are children/grandchildren, or foster children/grandchildren of a National Union member. 

 

Click here for Brian Fudge Memorial Scholarship

 

Click here for Scholarship for Students of Colour

 

Click here for Scholarship for Indigenous Students

 

Click here for Tommy Douglas Scholarship

 

Click here for Terry Fox Memorial Scholarship

 


Tourism Scholarships

There are three scholarships available for high school students who are pursuing post-secondary education in tourism and hospitality and culinary.  To download the application forms, please click on the Scholarship section of our website – tourismhrc.com.  Please note that students can apply for only one scholarship.

 

Due to the tight deadline scholarships are to be emailed to:

NSTHRC Scholarship Committee

ATTN:  Janie Rozee

jane@tourism.ca

 

Scholarship candidates will be judged on the following:

·     Application—Content and Presentation

·     Academic Standing

·     Extra-curricular Activities

·     References

·     Post-secondary—Field of Study

 

Include copies of all achievements and special activities, such as volunteer work.


 

 

Students applying to university:

 

With your help, Nova Scotia students pursuing Business, Science or Engineering studies at the bachelor level will benefit from 8 scholarships worth $10,000

($2,500 renewable over 4 years). 

 

 

University Scholarship

Eligibility requirements:

• Must be accepted into an accredited post-secondary educational institution for studies in business, science or engineering at the bachelor level

• Must be graduating from a Nova Scotia secondary school with a full academic course load in the final year (Grade 12) with an average mark of 75 per cent or higher

• Must not accept scholarships or bursaries from other sources that collectively exceed $2,500.00

• Must be a Canadian citizen or landed immigrant and a permanent resident of Nova Scotia

 

One scholarship is designated to a visible minority*

 

To apply: Applications can be downloaded from the Nova Scotia Department of Energy website. Student candidates must be nominated by a guidance counselor. Completed applications can be submitted to the Department of Energy for final review by an awards committee. Please see energy.novascotia.ca/career-development/scholarship-program for more details.


Nova Scotia Community College Scholarship

Eligibility requirements:

  • Must be accepted into the Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC) for full-time studies in an eligible trade or technology program. View a full list of eligible programs on the application form
  • Must have graduated with a Nova Scotia high school diploma
  • Must be a Canadian citizen or landed immigrant and a permanent resident of Nova Scotia
  • One scholarship is designated to an Aboriginal student*
  • Mature students pursuing a designated NSCC energy-related program may apply for this scholarship.

To apply: Applications can be sent directly to the NSCC Foundation by following the application procedures outlined on NSCC.ca. You can also find the information on energy.novascotia.ca/career-development/scholarship-program

 

To find out more please contact:

Nova Scotia Department of Energy

energy.novascotia.ca

(902) 424-1559


NSCC

Applications are now open! Over 500 scholarships & bursaries are available, valued at $600,000.  To be approved, you should demonstrate financial need, leadership and volunteer experience, and career interest.


Scholarships for family members of NSGEU members

The National Union of Public and General Employees is offering four scholarships of $1,500 each to students who plan to enter the 1st year of a public, post-secondary educational institution full-time in 2017-2018 and who are children/grandchildren or foster children/grandchildren of the NSGEU.

Application forms may be downloaded here: http://www.nupge.ca/content/12999/national-unions-scholarship-program-2017


Berridge Programs

Berridge Programs (for acting and film-making; see "Extra Opportunities) has two types of scholarships available this year,  a Merit Scholarship in the amount of $1500 and a Financial Need Scholarship for up to 70% off the program tuition.  You can find information about scholarships here https://www.berridgeprograms.com/details


Valley Waste Scholarship

A $2500 scholarship is offered through Divert NS (formerly the RRFB). This is the organization that manages the deposit refund system on bottles and provides solid waste education across NS.

 

As in years past, Divert is offering a $2500 scholarship to a deserving student in each region of NS (ours will be from Kings & Annapolis). In addition, a provincial winner will be selected from these regional winners. Details can be found on their website as well as on their Facebook page and Twitter. http://divertns.ca/scholarship.


CST Consultants Scholarships

Two $6,000 scholarships are available – C.S.T. Consultants Inc. Guruparan and Winsor Scholarships.  These scholarships are available annually to two Canadian citizens who are academically gifted, well-rounded, and will be pursuing their first undergraduate commerce/finance/business degree/diploma at a recognized post-secondary institution. 

 

This program is aimed at those students whose parents/guardians do not have a post-secondary education or received their post-secondary education outside of Canada.  Applicants must be intending to pursue their first undergraduate commerce/finance/business degree/diploma at a recognized post-secondary institution in or outside of Canada. 

 

The Awards Selection Committee will award $6,000 to one successful female applicant for the Guruparan Scholarship and $6,000 to one successful male applicant for the Winsor Scholarship, through competition.  These awards are in memoriam of  Karthiha Guruparan, a  bright and determined CST summer student, who was on her way to completing her CMA and Bill Winsor, one of our most successful and engaged Branch Managers.

 

Further information is outlined on the websites listed: www.cst.org or www.scholarshipscanada.com. If you require any assistance or additional information, please contact Leslie Spaeth at leslie.spaeth@cst.org


Community Foundation of Nova Scotia

Several new scholarships to check out!

http://ns.cfns-fcne.ca/?page_id=423


*NEW* Medavie Scholarship

A new scholarship has been established to honour the legacy of Pierre-Yves Julien, the former CEO of Medavie and a founding member of the Medavie Health Foundation, who retired in 2016. Pierre-Yves was a steward of our shared vision to improve the health of Canadians.

The $5,000 Medavie Scholarship Honouring Pierre-Yves Julien, to be administered by the Foundation, will be awarded annually to a youth who has overcome adversity and is pursuing health-related post-secondary studies.

 Click here to learn more about the scholarship and how to apply.


Please see below for Epilepsy of Nova Scotia Bursary and Scholarship Inform