Scholarships, Bursaries & Awards
available to 
St. Malachy's Memorial High School Students
Check the following link for more information: Scholarships​
 
Deadline Name Description
     
3-Feb-16 by 3:00 p.m. Scotiabank Customer Contest for Students
Value: $1,000 awarded every month Plus 4 bonus prizes of $2,500

●  Be a Scotiabank customer (or meet the "No Purchase" entry requirements)
●  Be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident of Canada, or an international student on a student visa (permit must be for one year or longer)

●  Be a member of yconic (previously StudentAwards)
     
15-Feb-16 by 4:00 p.m. Inspire Scholarship: Post Secondary Education (PSE) Value: TBD

●  Full-time studies in a post-secondary education program
Students who apply to this program may also be considered for a FAAY post-secondary award
●  Eligible Fields of Study: Business, science, law, engineering, computer studies, education, social work, social sciences, fine arts and technical studies.
●  Type(s) of Program: Full-time one year certificate or diploma programs, undergraduate and graduate degree programs from an accredited post-secondary institution. Study outside of Canada is considered only at the graduate level.
     
23-Feb-16 by 3:00 p.m. RBC Students Leading Change Scholarship Value: 15 RBC Students Leading Change Scholarships worth $10,000 each. There will be 5 scholarships awarded in each of the following 3 student categories:
 - Graduating High School Students
 - Undergraduate Students
 - Second Degree Students

●  All applicants must be Canadian Citizens or Permanent Residents with a minimum 70% average in their last completed year of study

     
23-Feb-16 Schulich Leader Scholarships Value: Up to $80,000

●  All high schools and Cégeps across Canada are eligible to participate
●  Nominees must possess at least two of three criteria:
Academic Excellence
Leadership (community, business or entrepreneurial)
Financial Need
●  To qualify, Nominees must: ◦Graduate high school or Cégep in the 2015/2016 academic year
Be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident
Enroll at one of our partner universities
●  To be considered for this scholarship, the student MUST be nominated by their high school.
     
28-Feb-16 RBC Aboriginal Student Awards Program Value: Up to $4,000 per academic year for educational and living expenses for two to four years.

●  You are eligible to apply to the RBC Aboriginal Student Awards Program if you are a Status Indian*, a Non-status Indian, Inuit or Métis and meet these criteria:
●  You are a permanent resident or citizen of Canada
     
15-Feb-16  by 4:00 p.m. (Indspire) Post-Seconday Education  Value: TBD

●  Students who apply to this program may also be considered for a FAAY post-secondary award
●  Eligible Fields of Study: Business, science, law, engineering, computer studies, education, social work, social sciences, and technical studies, Fine Arts.
●  Type(s) of Program: Full-time 1 yr. certificate or diploma programs, undergraduate and graduate degree programs from an accredited postsecondary institution.  Fine Arts: visual, performing, media, theatre, production, graphic and literary arts. 

     
15-Feb-16  by 4:00 p.m. (Indspire) Health Careers Value: TBD

●  Studies in health care careers such as; medicine, nursing, dentistry, physiotherapy, pharmacy, clinical psychology, laboratory research and veterinarian medicine.
●  Type(s) of Program: Full-time certificate programs, undergraduate, professional and graduate degree programs of at least two academic years at an accredited Canadian postsecondary institution. 
     
1-Feb-15 Arts Scholarships Value:  Full-time studies: $2,500 maximum
               Part-time or Short-term studies: up to $1,000


Only New Brunswick residents are eligible to receive funding. A resident is defined as a Canadian citizen or landed immigrant who has resided in New Brunswick for at least one year immediately preceding the application deadline.

An applicant is eligible for consideration who:
●  has already completed relevant basic training and who has demonstrated exceptional potential and talent as an artist;
●  intends to study architecture creative writing, music, theatre, dance, film/video, visual arts/photography, crafts, literary translation, or arts administration at a recognized institution or with a recognized private instructor for the purpose of pursuing a career as a professional artist or an arts professional; and
●  intends to enroll in a full-time or part-time post-secondary program, or in short-term studies. Students enrolled full-time in schools specializing in the arts are also eligible.
     
1-Feb-15 Kin Canada Bursaries Value: $1,000

•  Must be a Canadian citizen or landed immigrant.
•  Must be a student in the process of graduating from high school or currently studying or registered at a post-secondary institution.
•  Must complete the current application form and submit it to the Kinsmen, Kinette or Kin Club closest to their permanent residence by February 1. Bursary winners are notified before June 30 by their sponsoring club.
•  Will be evaluated on their community and school involvement, knowledge of Kin Canada and financial need.
     
1-Feb Every Year Terry Fox Humanitarian Award Value: The maximum value of the award is $28,000 dispersed over four years. A stipend of $7,000 is issued directly to the institution each year in two installments of $3,500, one in September and one in January. For students who do not pay tuition fees, the award is $3,500 per year, issued directly to the institution in two installments of $1,750 each.

●  Involvement in voluntary humanitarian work.
●  Canadian citizens or landed immigrants.
●  Undergraduates studying towards their first university degree or diploma at a Canadian post-secondary institution in Canada.
●  Maintain a satisfactory academic standing and continued involvement in voluntary humanitarian and community work.


     
2-Feb-15 Schulich Leader Scholarships Value: 20 @ 80,000 Engineering
20 @ 60,000 Science, Technology or Math Degree


Schulich Leader Scholarships are open to all graduating high school or Cégep students across Canada who have an interest in pursuing Science, Technology, Engineering or Math (STEM) at one of our partner universities.

Nominees must possess at least two of three criteria:
1.  Academic excellence
2.  Outstanding community, business or entrepreneurial leadership
3.  Financial need**
     
2-Feb-15 Canadian Right of Way Education Foundation Scholarship Value: $2,500

This application, along with all supporting material, should be sent via e-mail to dtmacdougall@gov.pe.ca by February 2, 2015 to be eligible
for this award. Please ensure you receive an acknowledgement e-mail receipt within 48 hours of submitting your application.
This scholarship is open to every high school graduating student in any of our member countries.
A scholarship will be awarded each year at the International Right of Way Education Conference in the amount of $2,500.00 (Canadian
Dollars) to a graduating high school student who is entering a full time course of study in any of the various fields impacting the right of way
profession. The scholarship amount may be awarded to one applicant or split among more than one applicant.
Areas of study may include (but are not limited to) law, surveying, engineering, planning, real property appraisal, public administration or
environmental studies.
Students applying are not required to be a relative of any IRWA Member.
     
2-Feb-15 Herbert H. Carnegie Future Aces Scholarship and Citizenship Awards Value: $1,000   

•  Hold Canadian citizenship, permanent resident status, landed immigrant or refuge status
•  Be in the graduating year of uninterrupted full-time studies in high school or CEGEP.  Exceptions may be considered for those who have undertaken a gap year for academic pursuits or community service-based activities
•  Be between the ages of 16 to 24
•  Financial need is taken into consideration
     
7-Feb-15 Harry W. Arthurs Alumni Entrance Scholarship
Value: $24,000 Over Four Years

It is awarded to an incoming undergraduate student who has excelled in school, both inside and outside of the classroom and is a child, grandchild or sibling of a York University graduate.

●  Secondary school student applying for first year of undergraduate study
●  Minimum admission average of 90% or equivalent
●  Must be a child, grandchild of a York University grad (degree holder)
● 
Must demonstrate a history of leadership in extracurricular life at school
●  This award cannot be held with a York University Renewable Entrance Scholarship

The recipient receives $6,000* each year for four years provided they maintain a minimum grade point average of 7.8 (B+) throughout the four years of undergraduate study. They must also enroll in a minimum of 18 credits for the fall/winter academic sessions.

















     
15-Feb-15 Top 20 Under 20 Value: TBD

●  A young person who has demonstrated extraordinary innovation, leadership, achievement and impact in their school, community, country or abroad. Under the age of 20 (no older than 19 years of age as of December 31, 2014).
●  A Canadian citizen or permanent resident.
●  Able to commit to attending the Top 20 Under 20 Leadership Summit and Award Ceremony from June 1 – 4, 2015. The cost of travel to and from Toronto, and room and board for the duration of the Leadership Summit will be covered by Plan Canada.
●  Have a desire to pursue some form of education or training, whether that be Canadian secondary, post-secondary or training education (high school or equivalent, CEGEP, GED, college, university, training or apprenticeship programs).
●  All applications must include a letter of endorsement from a “sponsor” See Question 6 for details.
●  Top 20 Under 20™ is an individual award. Group applicants are not permitted.
●  Past recipients of the Top 20 Under 20™ Award are not eligible for reapplication or future consideration.
     
16-Feb-15 J.D. Irving, Limited Accounting Incentive Award Value: $3,000

•  A third-year Business or Commerce student at UNB Fredericton, UNB Saint John, Université de Moncton or Mount Allison
•  Plan to pursue an accounting designation
•  Have a minimum 3.0 GPA
•  Have a need to succeed!
•  We have an incentive program for you!
     
20-Feb-15 Hellmuth Scholarship
Value: $30,000 over four years

●  Academic excellence with a mid-year average of 90% or higher.
●  Demonstrated passion for student life, through community leadership, volunteer service, passion for the arts, athletics, etc.
●  You must be a Canadian citizen or landed immigrant.

     
25-Feb-15 Epilepsy Scholarship Awards Value: 30@$1,000

Offered annually to students between 16 and 29, who are Canadian citizens or who have landed immigrant status, and who are under the care of a Canadian physician for the treatment of epilepsy.
     
27-Feb-15 Stacey Levitt Women and Sport Memorial Scholarship Value: $2,500  

OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS CURRENTLY ATTENDING A CANADIAN SECONDARY SCHOOL.




     
28-Feb-15 Explore 150 National Digital Storytelling Scholarship Value: $1,000

Share an image and reflection on a Canadian place of inspiration, wonder, culture, belonging or beauty: You could win a $1,000 scholarship and be showcased in Ottawa at Winterlude!

 To enter, submit a title and description of how your photo or image relates to your Canadian identity, along with your name, age and community, by February 28th, 2015 
     
28-Feb-15 H.Y. Louie and Lohn Entrance Award Value: Numbers: Varies - approximately 15@$5,000

●  The HY Louie Entrance Award is offered to students who are entering SFU from a secondary school
●  Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents or International Citizens
●  Have strong volunteer experience, and have a demonstrated financial need. 
     
28-Feb-15 Industrial Undergraduate Student Research Awards (I-USRA) Value: 15@$6,500

●  Students registered in a university bachelor's degree program in natural sciences or engineering.
●  Students must have a cumulative B or B- average.
●  Students may hold only one USRAI or USRA per fiscal year (April 1 to March 31) and may hold a maximum of three I-USRAIs or USRAs throughout their university career. I-USRAs may be held during co-op placements.
     
28-Feb-15 Junior Achievement Awards and Scholarships Value: Varies

Junior Achievement has many Scholarships and Bursaries.  Please click the Scholarship name to see a list.
     
31-Mar-16 Claire Duclos Scholarship Value: Full-time $500 Part-time $250

●  Individuals actively pursuing an education and/or certification in records and information management residing within the Province of New Brunswick or members of ARMA New Brunswick Chapter are eligible for a scholarship from the Fund.  
     
First Friday of March for the academic year starting that September Ken Dryden Scholarship Value: Up to $3,000

Ken Dryden Scholarships are awarded to select young people, currently or formerly in the care of the Canadian child welfare system, who demonstrate great achievement and promise. Each scholarship covers up to $3,000 or 80% of the cost of tuition and fees, whichever is less, and is renewable annually.
     
1-Mar-15 ASHRAE NB/PEI Chapter Value: $1,000

● 
High school graduate who is the immediate family member of a Chapter Member in good standing and who is enrolled in a University or Community College program.
● Academic results, financial need and extra-curricular activities
     
1-Mar-15 McEwen Scholarship (Co-op Atlantic) Value: $1,000 per year for up to four years, for a maximum value of $4,000

Each year, a McEwen Scholarship will be awarded in each of the following categories:

Co-op Members
The applicant must be:
●  a dependent of a current co-op member, that co-op being a member of Co-op Atlantic; or
●  a current member of a co-op, that co-op being a member of Co-op Atlantic.

Employees
The applicant must be:
●  a dependent of a full-time employee of Co-op Atlantic or member co-operative; or
●  a full-time or part-time employee of Co-op Atlantic or a member co-operative
     
1-Mar-15 Harrison McCain Scholarship Dalhousie Value: $16,000 ($4,000 per year)

●  High school applicants who are Canadian citizens or permanent residents.
●  High school applicants who are Canadian citizens or permanent residents and entering a program in the Faculty of Agriculture (excluding Pre-Veterinary Medicine and Veterinary Technology) or the School of Nursing.
●  Scholarships will be given to students with demonstrated financial need, a recognized initiative to funding their own education who possess strong leadership abilities.
     
1-Mar-15 Harrison McCain Scholarship St. Francis Xavier University Value: $16,000 payable over a four year course of study

●  The Harrison McCain Scholarship is available annually to entering students attending St. Francis Xavier University who have graduated from a high school in Canada.
●  Criteria for the awards include an 80% average in senior year of high school, financial need, leadership qualities, and a recognized initiative in funding their own education. 
     
1-Mar-15 Harrison McCain Scholarship - St. Thomas University Value: $16,000 payable over a four year course of study in the amount of $4,000 per year
●  The Harrison McCain Scholarships/Bursaries are available annually to entering students attending University who have graduated from a high school in Canada.
●  Each award has a program value of $16,000 payable over a four year course of study in the amount of $4,000 per year.
●  Criteria for the awards include a minimum 80% average in senior year of high school, financial need, leadership qualities, and a recognized initiative in funding your own education. 
     
1-Mar-15 Harrison McCain Bursary UNB Value: $16,000 payable over a four year course of study in the amount of $4,000 per year

●  Available annually to entering students attending University who have graduated from a high school in Canada.
●  A minimum 80% average in senior year of high school, financial need, leadership qualities, and a recognized initiative in funding your own education.          
  
   
               
 
     
1-Mar-15 Geodesy & Geomatics Engineering Entry Scholarship, UNB Fredericton  Value: TBD

This Scholarship will be awarded this year to a University of New Brunswick-Fredericton student beginning the Bachelor of Science in Geodesy andGeomatics Engineering degree program (B.Sc.GGE) upon graduaton from high school. Selection will be based on academic achievement. Preference will be given to studentswho are involved in extracurricular activities and/or have a demonstrated interest in science andengineering. To apply to this scholarship complete the UNB General Scholarship Application.
     
1-Mar-15 JDI NB Scholarship Value: Two (2) renewable JDI NB Scholarships to incoming first-year UNB students. The total value of each scholarship is $32,000.

The programs eligible for the scholarships include UNB Fredericton-based bachelor of computer science, bachelor of information systems, bachelor of science in software engineering, bachelor of science in forestry, and bachelor of science in environment & natural resources; the UNB Saint John-based bachelor of science in computer science and bachelor of information science, as well as two programs offered on both UNB campuses – the bachelor of business administration and bachelor of science in engineering in any discipline. 
     
1-Mar-15 Beaverbrook Scholars Award UNB Value: 3@$48,000 each ($12,000 per year for 4 years)
will be awarded.


●  Awarded to three outstanding graduates of New Brunswick high schools who display high academic ability
●  Financial need and contribution to their communities.
●  If the application deadline falls on a Saturday or Sunday, please ensure your application is received by UNB on or before the Friday prior to March 1.
     
1-Mar-15 Bell Scholarship Mount Allison University Value: The top 6 Bell Scholarship candidates will receive a $12,000 Bell Scholarship. The second five short-listed Bell Scholarship candidates will be offered a $9,000 Bell Achievement Scholarship. The final six Bell Scholarship candidates will be offered a Mount Allison entrance scholarship valued at $5,000. These scholarships are renewable to a maximum of four years and replaces original MtA Entrance Scholarship offer.

●  Canadian and international students are welcome to apply for this scholarship. For information on applying for the Bell Scholarship, visit our prospective students scholarships page. 
     
1-Mar-15 Currie Undergraduate Scholarships Value: $4@$50,000 each
   Year 1: $15,000 Year 3: $12,000
   Year 2: $13,000 Year 4: $10,000
   with possibility of funding for fifth year, for engineering students)

Scholarships are awarded annually to students beginning an undergraduate degree program at the University of New Brunswick upon graduation from a high school in any of the four Atlantic Provinces.
     
Most Deadlines               1-Mar-15 Mount Allison University Scholarships Value: Varies on Scholarship

Mount Allison University has many Scholarships and Bursaries.  Please click the Scholarship name to see a list.
     
Most Deadlines     1-Mar-15 St. Francis Xavier University Scholarships Value: Varies on Scholarship

St.Francis Xavier University has many Scholarships and Bursaries.  Please click the Scholarship name to see a list.
     
Most Deadlines     1-Mar-15 Cape Breton University Scholarships Value: Varies on Scholarship

Cape Breton University has many Scholarships and Bursaries.  Please click the Scholarship name to see a list.
     
Most Deadlines     1-Mar-15 Dalhousie University Scholarships Value: Varies on Scholarship

Dalhousie University has many Scholarships and Bursaries.  Please click the Scholarship name to see a list.
     
1-Mar-15 UNB's Project Hero Award Value: Tuition for 8 terms; residence for 2 terms.

●  AWARDED TO DEPENDANTS OF CANADIAN FORCES PERSONNEL KILLED WHILE SERVING IN AN ACTIVE MILITARY MISSION AS DETERMINED BY CANADIAN FORCES CRITERIA.
●  The recipient must be a citizen or permanent resident of Canada
●  Dependant of a Canadian Forces personnel killed while serving in an active mission; under the age of twenty-six
●  Registered as a full-time undergraduate student and in good academic standing at UNB.
●  In the event that another agency or organization is paying the tuition or residence fees on behalf of an eligible student, the UNB Project Hero Award will not also be awarded.
     
1-Mar-15 Canadian Association of Principals Student Leadership Award  Value: 12@$250.00 each will be awarded. (One scholarship per CAP provincial/territorial affiliate)

●  Only students graduating in the final year of high school from a Canadian High School are eligible for nomination.
●  Nominees should be in the top 20% of their class.
●  Nominations are not based on need. 
     
1-Mar-15 Harrison McCain Mount St. Vincent University  Value: $16,000 payable over a four year course of study in the amount of $4,000 per year.

●  80% average after first term of Grade 12, based on university preparatory courses;
●   financial need;
●  a recognized initiative in funding your own education;
●  open to any high school student in Canada. Preference will be given to Canadian citizens and/or permanent residents. 
     
2-Mar-15 at 3:00 Canadian Hard of Hearing Association Value: $1,000

●  Applicants to this Scholarship Program must be either hard of hearing, deafened or oral deaf. Support documentation is required. The Canadian Hard of Hearing Association (CHHA) and the Canadian Hard of Hearing Association Foundation (CHHAF) generally accept the following terms:
hard of hearing - a person with any level of hearing loss, from mild to profound, whose primary method of communication is the spoken language
deafened - a person with a profound level of hearing loss acquired in adulthood (hearing loss occurred after learning oral communication)
oral deaf - a person with a profound level of hearing loss, occurring congenitally or with an onset early in life, whose primary method of communication is the spoken language.




     
5-Mar-15 The Generation Google Scholarship Value: TBD

•  Be a current high school senior
•  Intend to be enrolled in or accepted as a full-time student at a university in the US or
Canada for the 2015-2016 school year
•  Intend to pursue a computer science or computer engineering degree, or a degree in a closely related technical field
•  Exemplify leadership and demonstrate a passion for computer science and technology
•  Exhibit a strong record of academic achievement
•  Be a student from an underrepresented group in computer science (African American, Hispanic, American Indian, Female, or a Person with a Disability)
•  Be available to attend Google's Computer Science Summer Institute (CSSI) in the summer of 2015.
     
6-Mar-15 Louise Russo W.A.V.E Award Value: Five Youth Awards of $1,500 for Individual and Team Youth Awards and three Leadership Awards of $500

Youth, between the ages of 12 to 19, presently enrolled in School or an educational program, who have made a difference, are encouraged to submit an application for a Youth or Leadership Award.

Each year, we are encouraged by the increase of youth award applications received, not just from Ontario, but from outside the province as well. Applications come in from across Canada, Manitoba,
New Brunswick, British Columbia, Nova Scotia & Alberta. Students from across Canada are sharing the W.A.V.E. message!
     
13-Mar-15 by 5:00 p.m. AG Bell College Scholarship Program
Value: Varies from year to year

●  Listening and Spoken Language must be the applicant's primary mode of communication.
●  Hearing loss must have been diagnosed before the applicant’s fourth birthday (pre-lingual hearing loss).
●  Hearing loss must be bilateral and in the moderately severe to profound range.

Please visit http://listeningandspokenlanguage.org/ScholarshipProgram/
for a more detailed list of criteria.



























     
15-Mar-15 The Primrose Scholarship Value: $5,000

The University of New Brunswick Saint John is pleased to invite applications for an undergraduate entrance award of $5000, recognizing academic achievement, community involvement and athletic leadership.
     
15-Mar-15 The Leonard Foundation Scholarship Value: $1,000.00 for those who do not need to set up a second residence to attend university and $1,500.00 for those who do

●  The Leonard Foundation scholarships are awarded to students enrolled or enrolling in an accredited undergraduate degree program in a College or University in Canada.
●  The institutions must be open to all without restriction except for an academic standard. Applicants must be Canadian citizens or landed immigrants
Students must be enrolled in their first undergraduate program as a full-time student. 
●  A student is considered to be full-time if when enrolled for a program's full year credit. 
●  Only students pursuing a post graduate degree in Education or Divinity are eligible for continuing support.
●  All applicants will be considered, but when necessary, preference may be given to daughters or sons of ordained clergy, licensed elementary or secondary school teachers, Canadian military personnel, graduates of a Canadian Military College, members of the Engineering Institute of Canada and members of the Mining and Metallurgical Institute of Canada.
●  Preference is also given to those who have previously received an award from The Leonard Foundation. 
     
18-Mar-15 Fred Ross Scholarship Value: $8,000 

The Fred Ross Scholarship, valued at $8000, is available to a graduating New Brunswick student entering post secondary studies in visual art or fine craft at a recognized institution. This is a 4 year renewable scholarship. An initial payment of $2000 will be awarded on entrance to a recognized institution. It will be renewed annually based on demonstration of successful completion of established university standards in first, second third years of study.

●  Be in a final year of study at a New Brunswick High School
●  Be pursuing post secondary education in visual arts or fine craft
●  Gain acceptance at a recognized educational institution

     
18-Mar-15 Sheila Mackay Advanced Studies Scholarship Value: A maximum of $5000 is awarded on the recommendation of an independent jury of art professionals.

• 
Applicants must be have been residents of New Brunswick at least 5 consecutive years prior to an application
•  Applicants must have made an application to study visual art at a recognized degree granting institution in either studio based or academic field of study at a masters or doctoral level.
•  Proof of acceptance for the program of study will be required before funds are distributed.
     
20-Mar-15 Boys and Girls Club of Canada Scholarship Value: $750-$4,000

●  Be a current or former Boys and Girls Club member for a minimum of 1 year.
●  Be a maximum of 24 years of age at the time of application.
●  Be pursuing some form of full‐time or part‐time post‐secondary education (e.g. college, university or trades school; diploma, degree, apprenticeship, or other program) at an accredited post‐secondary institution in Canada beginning September 2015. Program must be one year in length at minimum.
●  Applicant may apply at any point during his or her pursuit of post‐secondary education.
●  Full‐time employees of the Boys and Girls Club are not eligible (seasonal and part‐time employees are eligible to apply).
●  Past recipients are invited to apply, however preference may be given to first time applicants.
     
20-Mar-15 Agropur Agriculture and Food Science Scholarship Value:  2@2,500

•  Open to all New Brunswick students, attending a post-secondary institution, the coming scholastic year (2015/2016), in a field relating to Agriculture or Food Science.
•  Available are 2 one-time scholarships of $2,500. Monies will be paid after the first semester.
•  Submission must include the following: name, current institution of study (if applicable), institution you are attending in the fall, program of study, 2 completed essays, official transcript and two letters of reference.
     
26-Mar-15 L'Oréal Canada For Women in Science  Value: 2@$20,000

●  Candidates must be female Canadian citizens or permanent residents.
●  Candidates for this fellowship program must conduct their research at a Canadian host institution/organization.
●  Candidates must be starting or currently enrolled in research at the post-doctoral level.
●  Research must be carried out under the auspices of an academic supervisor at a Canadian host institution/organization.
●  Applicants must not have previously held a L'Oréal Canada For Women in Science Research Excellence Fellowship, with the support of the Canadian Commission for UNESCO.
     
31-Mar-15 Bell Aliant Pioneers of New Brunswick Chapter 51 Scholarship Foundation, Inc.  Value: Up to $2,000

To be eligible for one of these scholarships, applicants must have a physical or mental disability and be a resident of New Brunswick. Students meeting this criteria and who will be completing high school, as well as eligible students who completed high school in recent years and who have not yet completed any further educational programs beyond high school are encouraged to apply. 
     
31-Mar-15 CollegeWeekLive Monthly Scholarship Value: 12@$1,000

We believe that a college education is the key to having opportunities in life. That's why our scholarship will reward students who are working hard to research, apply and choose a college. Winning is easy - all you need to do is login to CollegeWeekLive and visit 3 colleges that interest you. One lucky winner will be awarded a $1,000 scholarship every month. And many other winners may find the college of their dreams.
     
31-Mar-15 Essay Contest Value: 5@$1,000

● This GRHS Essay Contest is open to all students attending public, private, parochial, or home schools, and to students attending accredited universities, as full time undergraduate students.

 
     
31-Mar-15 Retail as a Career Scholarship Value: $5,000

●  Enrolled full-time or part-time at a Canadian college or university Fall 2015
 Pursuing a retail, business or marketing –related program
●  Currently working part-time or full-time within the retail industry
     
31-Mar-15 ARMA New Brunswick Chapter Claire Duclos Education Fund
Value: Full-time $500
             
Part-time $250

●  Individuals actively pursuing an education and/or certification in records and information management residing within the Province of New Brunswick
●  Members of ARMA New Brunswick Chapter are eligible for a scholarship from the Fund. 
●  Students enrolled in a part-time program such as correspondence and online courses and the Fundamentals of Records and Information Management program at NBCC are eligible for a  ($250) scholarship; and/or individuals pursuing certification (CRM) are eligible for up to ($250) scholarship. 
●  The number of scholarships awarded per year shall be determined by the Education Fund Sub-Committee.  
     
31-Mar-15 Aquaculture Association of Canada Scholarship Value: $1,000

RECIPIENTS MUST BE AN AAC MEMBER IN GOOD STANDING TO RECEIVE THE SCHOLARSHIP

●  Students who have previously won AAC scholarships are not eligible
●  Each recipient of an AAC Student Scholarship is responsible for how Scholarship funds are applied to their educational program.
     
31-Mar-15 The Cara Brown Scholarship Value: 2@$750

Application for a Cara Brown Ringette Scholarship may be made by ringette players who:
●  are registered with one of Ringette Canada's provincial/territorial member associations and are actively playing ringette at the AA level (or at the highest level offered in the applicant’s community) during the current  playing season,
●  will be entering a Canadian university on a full-time basis for the first time in the next  academic year,
●  have achieved academic excellence (minimum B average or equivalent), and
●  have demonstrated a strong commitment to the sport of ringette.

Applicants must be planning to attend a university located in Canada and be able to meet the institution's admission standards.
     
31-Mar-15 New Brunswick Women’s Institute Scholarships Value: Varies on Scholarship

The New Brunswick Women's Institute grants six scholarships yearly.

●  All applicants, to be eligible for the aforementioned scholarships must meet the entrance requirements of the school to which they are applying.
●  Applicants must be residents of the Province of New Brunswick at the time of submission of application.
●  Scholarship will be awarded on the basis of scholastic standing, financial need and community involvement.
●  Two references will be required; one from a supporting Institute and the other from a member of the school staff, or clergy, or employer, etc.
●  All applications must be accompanied by an official transcript of latest marks and a letter from the applicant.
●  Closing date for submission of application will be MARCH 31st of each year.
     
31-Mar-15 Mary Majka Scholarship Fund Value: Ranging from $250 to $1000, depending on the number of applicants and funds available.

The Mary Majka Scholarship Fund is open to New Brunswick students from middle school to those attending an undergraduate program.

Two types of scholarships are available:
1.  Awarded to a person that is or will be studying in the field of natural sciences with an interest in nature and the environment (awarded as a study scholarship), and / or
2.  Awarded to a youth wanting to further their knowledge in the natural sciences (awarded as a contribution to cover specific expenses such as for workshop participation)
     
Varies St.Thomas University Scholarships and Bursaries Value: Varies on Scholarship

St.Thomas University has many Scholarships and Bursaries. 
Please click the Scholarship name to see a list.
     
16-Apr-16 Annual Senior Care Scholarship Value: 5@$1,000

●  This scholarship will be awarded to a citizen or a Permanent Resident of the United States or Canada (excluding Quebec) who is enrolled and currently taking classes at an accredited college or university in the United States or Canada (excluding Quebec), and will grant selected applicants a $1,000 financial donation for their compelling essays on senior living.
●  The annual scholarship award is for (5) students enrolled in an associate's degree, bachelor's degree or graduate level program in a medical, nursing or social sciences related major. The student must be planning on pursuing a career that involves working with senior citizens. The applicant must be attending classes at an accredited college or university at the time of the spring deadline.
●  Employees of A Place for Mom and members of their immediate family (spouse, parent, child, sibling and their respective spouses, regardless of where they reside) and persons living in the same household, whether or not related, of such employees, are not eligible to apply.
●  Applicants must complete the student information form, a 500 to 900 word essay on the selected topic and sign the Scholarship Award Agreement
●  Scholarship will be awarded to five students who write the most compelling essay in each of five categories as judged by an outside panel of senior living professionals
     
29-Apr-16 Ayn Rand Institute "Fountainhead" Essay Contest Value: 1st place $10,000 1 Winner, 2nd place $2,000 5 Winners, 3rd place $1,000 10 Winners, Finalists $100 45 Winners, Semifinalists $50 175 Winners

●  Entrant must be in the 11th or 12th grade.
●  No application is required. Contest is open to students worldwide, except where void or prohibited by law. Essays must be written in English only. 
     
1-Apr-15 The New Brunswick Foster Families Association Scholarship Value: Up to $400

The New Brunswick Foster Family Association is offering (up to)  $400 scholarship to youths  in foster care or biological children of foster parents continuing their education. 
With application please include: 
●  Transcripts of all credits completed 
●  A brief description of your educational plans and your goals (maximum of 100 words)
●  Confirmation of your acceptance at the institution

Winners names will be posted on the NBFFA webpage
     
1-Apr-15 Girl Guides of Canada’s National Scholarship Program Value: TBD

Scholarships are open to girl and adult members who are pursuing post-secondary education at a recognized college, university or trades program. Whether you’re studying engineering, education, political science, or anything in between, there’s a scholarship that is right for you!

Scholarships are available for both full-time and part-time studies.

 Applicants must be currently registered members.
●  Scholarships are conditional on acceptance or continuation in a full-time or part-time program at a recognized post-secondary institution.
●  Recognized post-secondary institutions include universities, colleges and vocational schools where high school completion is the normal entrance requirement (unless entering as an adult student).
●  Scholarship recipients are expected to make reasonable efforts to continue their involvement in Guiding.
     
1-Apr-15 Lutz/Lutes Family Scholarship Value: $1,000

●  The Lutz/Lutes Family Scholarship, valued at $1,000.00 is to be awarded annually to a deserving high school student, who will use said award toward the costs of the first year of his/her education at an accredited college, university or other educational institution in Atlantic Canada.
●  The recipient will have demonstrated high academic achievement and financial need.
     
1-Apr-15 Scouts Canada Scholarship Program Value: 20@$1,000

●  The Scouts Canada Scholarship Program provides financial support to members of Scouts Canada entering or continuing in full-time studies at Canadian Universities or Colleges.
●  A scholarship will be awarded only after Scouts Canada has received adequate notice that the applicant has been accepted by the institution of study.
●  Scholarship funds will be forwarded to the institution to be applied firstly against tuition costs. If the applicant withdraws from the institution, the remaining monies will be returned to Scouts Canada.
●  Recipients are expected to continue involvement with Scouts Canada to every extent possible, and must be a currently active and registered member of Scouts Canada.
●  Recipients must agree to have their names and photographs published in conjunction with the award, and with any promotion of the awards.
●  Applicants must not have reached their 26th birthday on January 1 of the year in which they apply. 
     
1-Apr-15 Peter Pasula Study Habits Scholarship
Value: $500

●  Be attending an accredited post-secondary institution by the fall of 2015.
●  A student can be enrolled at any level in any program that is two years in length or longer.
●  Students must be
Canadian or US residents.
●  Students must answer the essay question on the website online application form.












     
10-Apr-15 Colonel Douglas H Gunter History Awards    (formerly Canadian War History Museum Award) Value: Up to five prizes of $1,000

Application for the Colonel Douglas H. Gunter History Awards is open to all senior students who plan on graduating from secondary school in the spring of 2015. To qualify, each student must submit an original work using one of the following media:
•  Text
•  Visual Art
•  Audio or Video Production

In addition, each student must include a completed application form.

Please do NOT include extra material such as transcripts, letters of recommendation, news clippings or résumés.

     
10-Apr-15 Credit Counselling Services of Atlantic Canada, Inc. Scholarship Value: $1,000

●  The applicant must intend to enroll in an accredited institution for the 2015-2016 academic years.
●  The winning essay applicants will be required to provide proof of acceptance and enrollment.
     
10-Apr-15 Hockey NB: Ron Bradbury Memorial Scholarship Value: TBD

 Applicant must be a member of Hockey New Brunswick.


●  Applicant must be a grade 12 student.
●  Applicant must have demonstrated a high academic standing with an emphasis on English and be involved in the school or their community.
●  Applicant must be pursuing post-secondary studies in 2015-2016.
●  Applicant must have been a hockey player in the 2014-2015 hockey season.
●  Applicant may be male or female
     
10-Apr-15 Hockey NB: The Jim Stirling Scholarship Value: TBD

●  Applicants must have been a Hockey New Brunswick member playing hockey in the 2014-2015 hockey season.
●  Applicants must be pursuing post-secondary studies in 2015-2016.
●  Academic and athletic performance and community involvement, as well as need, will be taken into account.
●  Applicant may be male or female
     
10-Apr-15 Hockey NB: Delta Fortis Properties Scholarship
Value: TBD

●  Applicant must be a grade 12 student.
●  Applicant must be pursuing post-secondary studies in 2015-2016.
●  Applicant must be a member of Hockey New Brunswick.
●  Applicant must have been a hockey player in the 2014-2015 hockey season.
Applicant may be male or female
     
11-Apr-15 Gaspard's Keep Canada Green Online Scholarship Contest  Value: 1 @ $2,500 and 10 @ $1,000

The Gaspard LP Keep Canada Green Online Scholarship Contest is open:
●  To any person 13 years of age or older at time of entry
●  Who is a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada (excluding the Province of Quebec)
●  Residing in Canada, on the Contest Closing Date
●  Who is enrolled in a Canadian middle or high school, CEGEP, or Canadian publicly funded university or college for the 2014-2015 school year.
Entrants may be asked to show proof of school enrollment in order to claim the prize.
     
15-Apr-15 Live Out There Value: $2,000

The LiveOutThere.com scholarship is a student award that supports any undergraduate student who is passionate about the outdoors.

●  Be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident
●  Be enrolled in an undergraduate degree level course at a recognized Canadian University
●  Be passionate about the outdoors
●  Submit a 500-1000 word essay based on one of the 8 topics suggested by Live Out There
●  One application per student
     
15-Apr-15 Atlantic Building Supply Dealers Association  Value: Scholarship: Non-renewable $2,500 presented to an eligible student in their first year of studies.
Bursary: Non-renewable $1,500 presented to an eligible student in their first year of studies.

●  Current Employee of ABSDA Dealer Member /Associate Member firm.
●  Dependent of: Employee of ABSDA Dealer Member
                                    Owner of ABSDA Dealer Member
                                    Employee of ABSDA Associate Member
●  Either graduated high school or in final year of high school.
●  High School graduation equivalency.
 Accepted at a recognized Canadian University or Community College for first year studies.
     
15-Apr-15 @ 4:30 p.m. Lakehead University Presidential Scholarships Value: Up to 2 x $30,000
 ($7,500/year for 4 years)

Awarded to up to two outstanding Canadian high school students annually who have achieved a minimum  90% average and have demonstrated leadership qualities and made significant contributions to their high school and their community. Candidates selected for an interview will have their expenses paid to travel to the Thunder Bay or Orillia campus.
     
17-Apr-15 by 4:00 p.m. Harry M. Daley Memorial Bursary Value: 8@$3,000

●  Open to students pursuing their first year of post-secondary education at an accredited university or college in Canada.
●  Students must have lived in NB for at least one (1) year as of the application deadline.
●  Two (2) bursaries will be granted to each zone: 1 member/1 non-member for a total of eight.
Zones      Counties
Valley     Victoria, Carleton, York, Sunbury and Queens
Fundy     Charlotte, Saint John and Kings
Hub         Albert, Westmorland and Kent
North     Northumberland, Gloucester, Restigouche and Madawaska
     
20-Apr-15 Fundy Minor Football Bursary
Value: One time award maximum $700


●  Be a former member of Fundy Minor Football (player, official, coach, etc.)
●  Entering a post-secondary institution
●  Intention of continuing their football as a player/coach/official
●  Graduating from High School in the current academic year

Equally weighted the following three items:
●  Athletic ability
●  Financial need
●  Community service


     
25-Apr-15 Canadian Student Leadership Association Scholarships Value: 5@$1,000

●  Be enrolled in their senior year in a Canadian high school that is currently a member of CSLA. Membership information is available on this website.
●  Have a minimum average of 70% in their graduating year.
●  Plan to attend an accredited Canadian post secondary institution.
●  Have made a superior contribution to Canadian students through membership in planning committees of major regional, provincial and or national student leadership initiatives recognized by CSLA.
●  Have made a significant contribution to student leadership initiatives in their home community.
     
30-Apr-15 Tourism Industry Association of New Brunswick Scholarship Value: 2@$1,000  (one time / non-renewable)

●  Successful candidates must be pursuing a recognized post-secondary undergraduate program of study in New Brunswick relevant to the Tourism Industry.
●  For high school students, proof of acceptance into an approved New Brunswick program is required.
     
30-Apr-15 NBTA Credit Union Education Awards Value: 5@$1,000

●  Applicants must be member-owners for at least one year; or applicants must have a parent/guardian who has been a member-owner for at least one year.
●  All scholarship applications must be accompanied by the following:
- Name(s) of parent/guardian who is a member-owner at NBTA Credit
Union, if you are not a member-owner.
- An acceptance letter if you are not already in University/College.
- An official signed transcript from High school, University, or College.
- 2 signed letters of reference (you may include teachers, clergy, employers, Credit Union managers or other professionals; you may not include family members.

The criteria for the awards are listed below and are weighted equally:
(a) Academic achievement
(b) Co-operative community service (volunteer work)
(c) Financial need
(d) Success in spite of extraordinary circumstances
     
30-Apr-15 Assumption Foundation Scholarships Value: 7@$1,500

This year, the Assumption Foundation will give out 7 scholarships of $1500 to students who attained certain academic standards and who have financial needs.
To qualify for one of the scholarships:
 the applicant needs to be enrolled as a full-time student in a CEGEP or a post-secondary institution.
●  the applicant must also show an average of 70%.
●  these scholarships are offered to Canadian citizens.

The application form for these scholarships can be submitted electronically between January 1 and April 30 of the current year for scholarships available the Fall semester of the same year.
     
30-Apr-15 Progressive Credit Union Limited Bursary  Value: Varies

If you are an individual who plans to attend a post-secondary educational institution (whether new or returning student), the following criteria must be met:
•  You must have lived in New Brunswick for at least one year prior to application
•  You must be a member of Progressive Credit Union Limited or a dependant of a member with whom you reside
•  You must plan to attend an accredited educational institution within
Canada
     
30-Apr-15 Karthiha Guruparan and Bill Winsor Scholarship (Canadian Scholarship Trust Plan) Value: 2@$6,000

●  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.
●  These awards are granted, through competition, to Canadian students who are academically gifted, well-rounded, and pursuing 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.
     
30-Apr-15 Saint John Deaf & Hard of Hearing Services Inc. Wallace Anderson Memorial Scholarship Fund Value: $100

●  The scholarship is designed to enhance manual deaf students living in southwestern New Brunswick who wish to further their education goals on a full time or part time basis. 
●  There is no age limit for deaf applicants pursuing post secondary studies and can be applied for on a yearly basis.  This can include, but is not limited to, University, College, private schools, literacy programs.

     
30-Apr-15 Saint John Regional Hospital Auxiliary Student Volunteer Award Application Value: $2,000

The SJRHA offers three students volunteer awards ($2000 each)
●  Dr. Deborah Mitton Award
●  Peggy Bulmer Award
 Teresa Casey Award
Please check website for criteria.


Applicant must be between 17-25 years of age, have volunteered a minimum of 100 hours at the Saint John Regional Hospital, be pursuing a full time post-secondary education in a health care field, and live in the Greater Saint John Area.

Please Note: For the Student Volunteer Awards applicants must have accumulated a minimum of 100 hours of volunteer service at the Saint John Regional Hospital. When applying for a Student Volunteer Award please indicate which of the three scholarships you are applying to.

     
30-Apr-15 Saint John Regional Hospital Auxiliary Award Application (Student Achievement) Value: $1,500 to $2,500

The Saint John Regional Hospital Auxiliary offers four awards to individuals from the
Greater Saint John Area, who are over 19 years of age and are pursing post-secondary education within a health care field. These awards vary in denomination from $2500 to $1500.

The awards criteria include academic achievement, potential academic ability, dedication to the chosen field of study, future goals, interpersonal skills, organization skills, well-roundedness, and a genuine desire to do well for others and make a difference in their lives.
     
30-Apr-15 Association of the 8th Canadian Hussars (Princess Louise's) Bursary Program Value: The Association of the 8th Canadian Hussars may award up to two bursaries annually, depending on the number and suitability of applicants.
Entrance Bursary $1,000
Continuing Studies Bursary $1,000
LCol R.S. McLeod Memorial Bursary $500

Applicant suitability will be based on previous scholastic achievement, financial need and Regimental affiliation and good representation of the Regimental Association by the applicant/relation. The following individuals are eligible to receive a bursary:
●  Serving or former member of the Regiment, a spouse/widow/widower of a serving or former Hussar or the child or grandchild of a serving or former Hussar; or
●  Applicants attending a fully subsidized educational program, such as a scholarship program, the Canadian Forces University Training Program (Memebers or Officers) are  not eligible for an Association Bursary.
●  Applicants must be enrolled in an eligible post-secondary program.

     
30-Apr-15 Your Favorite Car Scholarship Value: $500

●  Attending an accredited post-secondary institution by the fall of 2015 at the latest.
●  Students who will be entering an accredited post-secondary institution in the fall of 2015 are also eligible.
●  A student can be enrolled or planning to enroll at any level in any program that is two years in length or longer. Additionally, students must be a Canadian or United States residents.
●  Complete the Online Form and Short Question by no later than April 30th, 2015.
     
30-Apr-15 Sobeys & Empire Work Experience and Scholarship Program Value: Up to $10,000 in total (up to four years of full-time study), this award includes full-time summer internship employment throughout the period of the Award.

Employees are eligible if they currently work at any corporate location or are employed by a franchisee or affiliate, and meet the following criteria:
• Worked without breaks in service for a minimum of six (6) months or 500 hours as of April 30th.
• Have obtained, or are in the process of obtaining, a high school diploma, or are registered as a fulltime student at a Canadian college/university, with an academic achievement of 70% or above in their last semester.
     
30-Apr-15 Loblaw’s Scholarship Program Value: TBD

To be eligible for a Loblaw Scholarship you must meet the following criteria:
•  You must be enrolled or planning to enrol in a full-time diploma or full-time undergraduate degree-seeking course of study at a publicly-funded university or college in Canada in fall 2015/winter 2016 school year. For detailed eligibility criteria for students in CEGEP (Quebec only), please see the FAQ.
•  You must hold a minimum academic average of 70% in your final year of secondary school study or an average of 70% in your previous year of study at a Canadian publicly-funded university or college.
•  Demonstrated participation in volunteer activities
•  You must be a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident of Canada
•  You must submit an online application by Thursday, April 30, 2015 at 15:00 ET
     
30-Apr-15 NEADS National Students Awards Program Value:
• NEADS National Student Awards (6, $3,000 each)
• NEADS Holly Bartlett Memorial Award (1, $1,000)
• NEADS Christine Nieder Memorial Award (1, $1,000)
• AMI Scholarship (2 at a value of $5,000 each)

Applicants must be currently registered in and returning to a full-time program of study at an accredited Canadian post-secondary college or university.
Full-time status is at least 40% of a full course load.
 Applicants must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada
●  Applicants must have a permanent disability*

●  Strong commitment to your academic discipline
●  Exemplary record of volunteerism and/or employment
●  Demonstrated potential to be an outstanding participant in the community




     
30-Apr-15 by 3:00 p.m. Fund Your Future High School Challenge Value: 12@$750

•  A Canadian citizen, a permanent resident of Canada, or an international student on a student visa (permit must be for one year or longer)
•  13 years old or older at the time of entry
•  A student currently enrolled at a Canadian high school on a full-time or part-time basis
•  A member of yconic
     
1-May-16 OULTON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Value: 28@$1,000

●  Candidates must be registered and scheduled to attend Oulton College for the upcoming academic year.
●  Candidates must be entering their first year in an Oulton College program.
●  Application forms and all supporting documents must be completed and received no later than the May 1st deadline.
     
31-May-16 LM Scholarship
Value: $500

●  Be currently enrolled or expect to be enrolled in a degree program (2 years of length or greater) by September.
●  Have a GPA of 3.0 or higher and submit an answer to the essay question prior to the submission deadline.
●  Be a US resident or a Canadian resident and must also attend a school in Canada or the US.



     
First Saturday in May Father Eugene O’Leary, Knights of Columbus Council 6595 Bursary Value: TBD

Preference is given to children or grandchildren of members of the Knights of Columbus.
     
1-May-15 Bayer CropScience Scholarship for Future Leaders in Agriculture Value: $5,000 Up to five scholarships; one (1) scholarship per eligible institution. 

●  Restricted to agricultural programs of studies as accepted by Bayer CropScience Inc. Canada.
●  Applicants must be entering the first year or currently enrolled full-time in an eligible agricultural bachelor degree program;
●  Candidates must have Canadian citizenship or permanent residency in Canada by May 1st, 2015.
     
1-May-15 Canada Games Aquatic Centre Youth Leadership Award
Value: 2@$500

Recognizes students who have made an outstanding contribution to their school and community, while achieving commendable academic standing. The intent of this scholarship is to help students continue their education in the wellness industry.

All candidates must currently attend a local area high school in either School District 6, School District 8 or Centre Samuel de Champlain, be a candidate for graduation in the year of the application and have plans to attend a recognized post-secondary institution on a full-time basis in the Saint John area in September of their graduation year. The candidates must also be willing to work on a part-time basis during the upcoming school year at the Aquatic Centre. Special consideration will be made to current staff of the Canada Games Aquatic Centre and those with current aquatic or fitness qualifications.
The candidate must demonstrate strong achievements in academics and outstanding leadership qualities in the school and community, as well, plan a career in a field related to the Canada Games Aquatic Centre. This can include, but not limited to:
•Business
•Kinesiology
•Recreation
•Management
•Massage Therapy
•Nutrition
•Early Childhood Education
•Administration











     
1-May-15 CUPE 2745 Scholarships Value: 4@$1,000

CUPE 2745 offers four scholarships valued at $1000 each that are available annually for attendance at any Post-Secondary Institution: University, Community College or other accredited Post Secondary Institution.

●  Union members leaving work to upgrade their education in good standing      
    with CUPE Local 2745
●  Sons, daughters, or legal wards of a member in good standing of a CUPE
     Local 2745
                                  
Basis of awards: consideration will be given to graduation marks, aptitude, promise and need.
     
1-May-15 Knights of Columbus Fourth Degree Pro Deo and Pro Patria (Canada) Scholarships  Value: $1,500

The Knights of Columbus awards Fourth Degree Pro Deo and Pro Patria (Canada) Scholarships annually. The number of scholarships awarded is determined by the earnings of the scholarship trust.

An applicant must be:
●  A Canadian student entering his or her first year of university study leading to a baccalaureate degree at a college or university in Canada.
●  A member in good standing in a Canadian council of the Knights of Columbus, or the son or daughter of such a member or deceased member. (Not limited to Fourth Degree members.)
Each scholarship of $1,500 is awarded on the basis of academic excellence and is renewable each year of undergraduate study, pending satisfactory academic performance, to a total of four years.
     
1-May-15 Saint John Art Club Inc. - Visual Art Scholarship Value: $1,000

In order to reach club objectives, each year we endeavor to encourage and assist young artists from the
Saint John and surrounding area, who have an interest and aptitude to pursue post-secondary education in the field of fine arts, specifically painting and drawing.  To this end we offer a $1,000.00 scholarship to grade 12 students accepted into an accredited art program in Sept. 2015.  The scholarship is awarded through an application process.  A selection committee reviews applicants’ submissions and selects the one(s) which they believe best suits the objectives of the scholarship program. 
     
8-May-15 Bayview Credit Union Roy MacKin Memorial Scholarship Value: 4@$1,000

Bayview Credit Union Limited proudly presents a minimum of four scholarships of $1,000 each to eligible students who are members or whose parents/guardians are members of Bayview Credit Union. These scholarships are non-renewable but previous winners may re-apply each year. The scholarships are contingent upon actual full-time enrollment in a post-secondary institution.
The criteria for the scholarships will be assessed on an equal basis and will include:
•  Academic Achievement
•  Cooperative Community Service (volunteer work)
•  Financial Need
•  Success in Spite of Extraordinary Circumstances.
•  Leadership
     
11-May-15 Dialogue New Brunswick Scholarship Value:  2@$1,000 scholarships to grade 12 students who will have graduated high school within the Anglophone Sector of the New Brunswick Department of Education as well as 2@$1,000 scholarships to grade 12 students who will have graduated high school within the Francophone Sector of the New Brunswick Department of Education.

●  All grade 12 students who are currently enrolled in a New Brunswick high school and who can demonstrate acceptance in a post-secondary institution are eligible.
     
15-May-15 Brain Tumour Survivor Education Award Value: Up to a maximum of $5,000

•  The Youth Education Awards are only open to survivors of a pediatric brain tumour (all tumour types considered, from malignant to non-malignant) diagnosed before the age of 25 who live in Canada. This information is confirmed by submitting the completed Medical Eligibility Form with your application.
•  Applicants must be between the ages of 16-30 years old.
•  The awards are open to students who will be enrolled full-time in a publicly funded Canadian university or college in the 2015 Fall academic term.
•  Students are considered eligible if they are in their graduating year of High School or if they are currently enrolled full-time in a recognized publicly funded Canadian university or college during the 2015/2016 academic term and they are planning to continue their full-time undergraduate studies in the Fall of 2015. This includes enrollment in a CEGEP.
•  Students with a disability attending post-secondary school are also eligible provided they meet their institution’s requirements for full-time study as a student with a disability.
•  Students who receive an award from Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada are not eligible to apply in future years.
•  Students who are unsuccessful in their application may apply again in future years for funding consideration. Feedback on the content of previous applications will not be provided.
     
15-May-15 Ladies Auxiliary, Council 6595 (Father Eugene O’Leary, Knights of Columbus Council Ladies Auxiliary) Value: TBD

●  Must be attending post secondary school
Must be a child or grandchild of a member of the Knights of Columbus Council 6595 or the Ladies Auxiliary Council 6595 
     
15-May-15 The Epilepsy Association of Nova Scotia Memorial Scholarship Value: 2@$500

●  Open to residents of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island.
under the care of a physician for the treatment of epilepsy, and
●  Accepted for study at a recognized post secondary school (proof required), and
●  A resident of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, or Prince Edward Island, and
●  A Canadian citizen or landed immigrant
     
15-May-15 The Lister Bursary (Boys & Girls Club Endowment Fund) Value: TBD

Bursaries are available for any post-secondary education including, but not limited to, university, community college, and any private post-secondary educational school.
The Bursary program is intended to provide financial support to qualified individuals pursuing post-secondary education.

●  A Canadian citizen or Permanent Resident (Landed Immigrant);
●  Between 17 and 30 years of age;
●  A financial need for assistance;
●  Enrolled in a full-time course of study at a post-secondary educational institution;
●  A current resident of Saint John;
●  Have a record of community involvement;
●  Held a minimum cumulative average of 75% within the last academic year.
     
15-May-15 MCO Scholarship Value: $500

●  Be attending college or university no later than December of 2015.
●  Be attending college or university on a full-time basis by December of 2015.
●  Submit an answer to the essay question no later than 11:59 PM EST on May 15, 2015.
●  Be currently in your last year of high school or a freshman, sophomore, or junior in college/university.

*Note that you can be enrolled in any field of study.















     
15-May-15 Youth Education Awards for Brain Tumour Survivors Value: Up to a maximum of $5,000

•  The Youth Education Awards are only open to survivors of a pediatric brain tumour (all tumour types considered, from malignant to non-malignant) diagnosed before the age of 25 who live in Canada. This information is confirmed by submitting the completed Medical Eligibility Form with your application.
•  Applicants must be between the ages of 16-30 years old.
•  The awards are open to students who will be enrolled full-time in a publicly funded Canadian university or college in the 2015 Fall academic term.
•  Students are considered eligible if they are in their graduating year of High School or if they are currently enrolled full-time in a recognized publicly funded
Canadian university or college during the 2015/2016 academic term and they are planning to continue their full-time undergraduate studies in the Fall of 2015. This includes enrollment in a CEGEP.
•  Students with a disability attending post-secondary school are also eligible provided they meet their institution’s requirements for full-time study as a student with a disability.
•  Students who receive an award from Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada are not eligible to apply in future years.
•  Students who are unsuccessful in their application may apply again in future years for funding consideration. Feedback on the content of previous applications will not be provided.
     
15-May-15 CUPE 1253 Scholarship Value: 2@$500

Those eligible are: sons, daughters or legal ward graduating from grade 12 and have at least one parent that is in good standing in CUPE 1253.


●  Two scholarships valued at $500 each are available annually for attendance to any Post-Secondary Institution: University, community College or other accreted Post-Secondary Institution.
●  Consideration will be given graduation marks, aptitude, promise and need.

     
15-May-15 St. Vincent’s Alumnae Association Scholarship (Entrance) Value: TBD

Three (3) entrance scholarships to female students graduating from High School.
 To be eligible a student must be:
•  A female student entering her first year of studies at a recognized post-secondary institution on a full time basis.
•  Graduating from High School in June
•  A direct descendant of a member of St. Vincent’s Alumnae Association
•  Consideration will be given to an applicant who has graduated from high school within the previous twenty-four months.
 The Scholarship Committee will consider the scholastic record of the applicant, extra-curricular, community and volunteer activities, as well as financial need


     
15-May-15 NB Football Officials Association Bursary Value: Two bursaries are available, each in the amount of $350. One student in the AAA Division, and one from the AA Division, will be selected to receive a bursary. Each applicant will therefore be asked to submit one application only.   

●  The New Brunswick Football Officials Association is offering bursaries to students graduating from any New Brunswick High School, for the purposes of assisting their education beyond the High School level.
●  Applicants must have participated in an organized, New Brunswick-sanctioned tackle football league or Association, in any capacity, for a minimum of three years.
●  To be eligible for these bursaries, applicants must also be enrolling in a post-secondary school in the fall following graduation.   
     
15-May-15 Gertrude Aarels Memorial Scholarship Value: $1,000

●  This $1,000 scholarship will be presented annually to one individual with Cerebral Palsy graduating from a New Brunswick High School and attending a college, university, or private vocational school on a full or part-time basis in the coming year.
●  The student may be enrolled in any field of study.
     
15-May-15 Mattinson Scholarship Program for Students with Disabilities Value: 4@$2,000

●  Candidates must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada.
●  Applications are by nomination only. Only one nominee from each of AUCC's member institutions will be accepted.
●  Candidates must be diagnosed with a documented permanent disability that is the primary disability for which they are applying.
●  Candidates must have a minimum average of 80%
●  Any Canadian educational institutions which have provincial degree-granting powers, or their affiliates.
●  Applicable towards full-time studies of a first undergraduate degree.
     
15-May-15 NEADS - Carol Thompson Memorial Fund Scholarship and the Doreen Kronick Scholarship Value: $1,000 each

●  Two scholarships offered by the Learning Disabilities Association of Canada (LDAC) are the Doreen Kronick Scholarship and the Carol Thompson Memorial Fund Scholarship.
●  Both are available to post-secondary students with learning disabilities who are enrolled in full-time or part-time study programs.
●  To apply for both of these awards, you must be a Canadian citizen or landed immigrant. Recipients of these scholarships will not be eligible to reapply for three years. 
     
15-May-15 Kiwanis Club of Lancaster Student Bursary Value: 2@$500

●  For high school graduates who reside in the western part of the City of Saint John.
●  Two bursaries will be awarded to students pursuing future studies at any Post Secondary Institution.
●  Kiwanis supports and encourages deserving students in the pursuit of education, high personal goals, and community responsibility.

     
15-May-15 Bill Gale Bursary Value: $1,000-$4,000

●  Applicants must be a high school graduate and/or post-secondary student from Saint John who is registered, full time, in any program of an accredited post-secondary institution in New Brunswick.
 Any age is eligible.
●  The applicant must be recommended by a spokesperson from a local school or community organization or neighbourhood group who knows the applicant well, who agrees to be the applicant’s sponsor throughout the full length of the study period that the Bill Gale Bursary is awarded, and can confirm:
a. the potential of the student to complete their chosen post-secondary program;
b. the financial need of the student; and
c. the student has the support they require(from family, community and/or educational institution) to succeed.
     
22-May-15 Music scholarship - SJEC Value: $1,000

For Saint John Education Centre Students


A $1000 scholarship will be awarded to one grade 12 student in the Saint John Education Centre who plans to continue their musical studies at a recognized institution, courtesy of Acadia Broadcasting Limited. To apply, students should submit a resume, their most recent transcript, and at least one letter of reference from a teacher or other professional who knows the student in a musical context. Students must also write a letter that outlines both their musical involvement to date and their plans for the future.

Applications can be sent to:
Kyle Peters, Fine Arts Coordinator
490 Woodward Avenue
Saint John, NB
E2K 5N3
     
     
25-May-15 B.Davis Scholarship Value: $1,000

●  This Scholarship is available to all high school juniors and seniors as well as all students currently registered in any post secondary institution.
●  There is no age restriction
●  Be sure to include your name and the school you are attending this year and next
●  This is not an academic scholarship but we would like to know where you are going to school now and what your future academic plans are.

Please do not send transcripts or letters of recommendation at this time.
     
27-May-15 New Brunswick Public Colleges Entrance Program Value: $1,000

●  This scholarship is awarded annually to Anglophone and Francophone New Brunswick high school graduate students accepted at any campus of NBCC.        ●  Applications should be forwarded to the New Brunswick high school guidance offices no later than May 27.
●  One scholarship is available for each New Brunswick high school in the year for which it was granted


     
29-May-15 Canadian Federation of Independent Grocers National Scholarship Value: $6,000

●  Applicants must be Canadian residents studying in Canada.
●  Applicants must be enrolled or expected to enroll in a post-secondary program of at least 2 years.
●   All Graduating High School Students
●  College/University students must be enrolled in at least one more year of study as of Spring 2015.
 Applicants must be working for a current CFIG member (retail, associate, affiliate) or be a family member of an employee of a current CFIG member.
●  Only complete applications containing full and accurate information will be considered.
●  Plagiarism is an infringement of copyright laws. All essays must be properly referenced.
     
29-May-15 Happy Clown Daycare Scholarship Value: TBD

Please contact Happy Clown Daycare for more information @ 849-4386.



     
30-May-15 Learning Matters Education Charity Bursary (Canadian Scholarship Trust Plan) Value: 6@2,500 across the country

●  A Canadian citizen or have landed immigrant status in Canada;
●  Entering or enrolled in a full-time post-secondary undergraduate education program at a recognized
Canadian post-secondary institution;
●  Able to demonstrate financial need, and one or more of community involvement, academic excellence, and career objectives which will make a positive contribution in Canadian society.
     
31-May-15 Caretenders Scholarship Program
Value: $500

●  Be attending an accredited university, college, trades, or technical school in the fall of 2015.
●  You must be a resident of the United States or
Canada who will be attending school in the fall of 2015 and you must be attending a school in the US or Canada.
●  Submit the Online Application, including the essay question by no later than 11:59 pm ET on May 31, 2015.







     
31-May-15 MADD Canada Bursary Value: $2,000

The MADD Canada Bursary Fund is for Canadian students who have had an immediate family member (mother, father, legal guardian, or sibling) killed in an impaired-driving related crash and are pursuing any full time education program that is approved by a provincial Ministry of Education.
Bursaries of up to $2,000 can be awarded to qualifying students across Canada. 
     
31-May-15 Saint John Country Music Legacy Fund Value: TBD

Available to students graduating from Greater Saint John area high schools and post-secondary music students from Greater Saint John (within a fifty km. radius of Saint John Centre)
     
31-May-15 Kathleen Murray Allen Bursary Value: $1,000

●  This bursary is for a high school graduate who is pursuing post-secondary studies in any field.
●  Financial need
●  Overcome adversity
●  Extracurricular/community involvement
     
31-May-15 Pauline E.Walker Memorial Scholarship Value: TBD

Mr. George Maniatis has created a bursary in memory of a long time employee, Pauline Walker of the Riveria Restaurant.  The Riveria Restaurant was a very important feature of the city’s uptown area.
●  Students are required to have a part-time job and do a research paper on the Riveria Restaurant.
     
Not updated Canadian Hospitality Foundation Value: $3000

Who can apply: High school students in their final year of school and who are enrolling in September of this year in a minimum two-year college diploma program in one of the following areas of study: Accommodation, Chef, Cook, Culinary, Events, Pastry Chef, Food and Beverage, Golf Club, Hospitality, Hotel, Resort, Restaurant, Tourism, Catering Management.

Application forms are available at the College's Awards office (see list of participating colleges at www.thechf.ca/scholarships. For more information on this scholarship, criteria, how to apply, and list of documents to be submitted, please visit this site.
     
1-Jun-16 Odenza Vacations College Scholarship Value: $500

●  Be between the ages of 17 and 24 on September 1st, 2016
●  Submit answer to the essay question, which can be found on the application page, prior to the June 1st, 2016 deadline.
●  Have a GPA of 2.5 or greater.
●  Be a resident of the United States or Canada
     
1-Jun-15 St. Martins Home and School Bursary Value: 3@$300

●  The bursary is available to graduating students who previously attended St.Martins   School.
●  Students must be entering their first year of college or University.
 Bursary will be award on basis of need and grades achieved.
●  Applications are judged by Home and School committee.


     
1-Jun-15 by 5:00 p.m. AbbVie IBD Value: TBA

●  A legal and permanent resident of Canada;
●  Diagnosed with Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis by a health care professional;
     
1-Jun-15 Fraser Institute Essay Contest Value: High School Undergraduate Graduate
1st Prize: $1,500 1st Prize: $1,500 1st Prize: $1,500
2nd Prize: $1,000 2nd Prize: $1,000 2nd Prize: $1,000
3rd Prize: $500 3rd Prize: $500 3rd Prize: $500

●  The contest is open to Canadian and foreign students. A student is defined as someone who attends school in the 2014/2015 school year or is enrolled to attend in 2015/2016.
 Submissions will be considered from secondary and post-secondary (undergraduate and graduate) students in all disciplines.
●  There will be three separate categories: high school, undergraduate, and graduate students. The category definitions are based on your status in the 2014/2015 school year; for example, if you are an undergraduate student from fall 2014 until spring 2015, you qualify in the ‘Undergraduate’ category.
     
1-Jun-15 Nelson Civic Leadership Scholarship Value: 3 winners across the country who will receive a $5,000

The following persons are
NOT eligible to receive a Scholarship:
●  Employees of Nelson;
●  Employees of Nelson’s American affiliates;
●  Children and relatives of Nelson employees;
●  Program applicants who provide false information to Nelson at any time; and
●   Individuals who are not Canadian citizens.
     
1-Jun-15 Odenza Vacations College Scholarship Value: $500

●  Be between the ages of 17 and 24 on September 1st, 2015
●  Submit answer to the essay question, which can be found on the application page, prior to the June 1st, 2015 deadline.
●  Have a GPA of 2.5 or greater.
●  Be a resident of the United States or
Canada








     
1-Jun-15  by 4:00 p.m. (Indspire) Post-Seconday Education  Value: TBA

●  Students who apply to this program may also be considered for a FAAY post-secondary award
●  Eligible Fields of Study: Business, science, law, engineering, computer studies, education, social work, social sciences, and technical studies, Fine Arts.
●  Type(s) of Program: Full-time 1 yr. certificate or diploma programs, undergraduate and graduate degree programs from an accredited postsecondary institution.  Fine Arts: visual, performing, media, theatre, production, graphic and literary arts. 
●  Study outside of Canada is considered only at the graduate level.
     
1-Jun-15 Rotary Club of Saint John Scholarship Value: $500-1,000

●  Application are open to all Graduating High School students from Centre Scolaire-de-Champlain; Harbour View; St. Malachy’s Memorial; Simonds and Saint John High Schools, pursuing their education with enrolment in a University or Community College program.
●  Applicants should exemplify the Rotary ideals of service, dependability and leadership amongst their peers and within the community.
●  The selection committee will give consideration to those applications with overall average or better academic standing.
●  Each applicant must show their commitment of community involvement preferably with youth focus in groups such as, but not restricted to, the Boys and Girls Clubs and Teen Resource Centre.
●  It is the intend for these bursary’s to provide financial assistance to those qualifying students, who may otherwise have difficulties in pursuing their educational goals.
     
1-Jun-15  by 4:00 p.m. (Indspire) Health Careers Value: TBA

●  Studies in health care careers such as; medicine, nursing, dentistry, physiotherapy, pharmacy, clinical psychology, laboratory research and veterinarian medicine.
●  Type(s) of Program: Full-time certificate programs, undergraduate, professional and graduate degree programs of at least two academic years at an accredited Canadian postsecondary institution.
●  Study outside of Canada is considered only at the graduate level. (Masters and PhD only).
     
2-Jun-15 Got a Spine Scholarship Value: $500

●  Be attending college or university no later than October of 2015.
●  Be attending college or university on a full-time basis by October of 2015.
●  Have achieved a GPA of 2.5 or greater during their last academic year.
●  Be a U.S. or
Canadian resident.
●  Be attending a school in the U.S. or
Canada by October of 2015.
●  Submit answers to the essay questions no later than 11:59 PM EST on June 2, 2015.

*Note that you can be enrolled in any field of study.

















     
5-Jun-15 Film Pix Value: $1,000

Scholarships will be provided to up to 10 Greater Saint John residents to attend workshops at no charge. These participants will be fully and exclusively sponsored by the three sponsor organizations.

●  Posses leadership skills, and be an effective communicator
●  Have an acceptable academic standing
● Posses an aptitude for the art and craft of filmmaking
●  Be committed to gaining practical experience within the film industry

     
12-Jun-15 Dairy Farmers of New Brunswick  Scholarship Value: $1,000

●  Applicant must be a resident of the province of New Brunswick.
●  First-year applicants must be accepted in an approved technician or technology program in order to be considered.
●  Applicant may be entering any year of a Technician or Technology diploma or Certification program relating to Agriculture or Dairy at college, including (but not limited to) plant and animal science, farm manage-ment, farm technology, field technolo-gy, etc.



     
12-Jun-15 Dairy Farmers of New Brunswick Memorial Scholarship Value: $1,000

● 
Applicant must be a resident of the province of New Brunswick.
●  Applicant must be enrolled in a university degree program related to agriculture or the dairy industry, in-cluding but not necessarily limited to plant and animal science, agricultural engineering, veterinary science, agri-cultural economists, etc.
●  Applicant must be entering first year of study in an approved university degree program.





     
15-Jun-15 The Kidney Foundation of Canada Atlantic Canada Branch Bursary Application Value: The total funds available are $2,500 annually. Five (5) awards of Five Hundred Dollars ($500) each may be awarded each year.

The bursaries will be awarded according to the criteria established and approved by the Atlantic Canada Branch.
●  Selection of bursary recipients will be on the basis of their academic achievement, leadership, financial need and professional goals.
●  Any kidney patient, the spouse of a kidney patient, or a dependent child of a kidney patient, may apply for a bursary. A kidney patient is defined as one on any mode of dialysis, is transplanted or has been diagnosed with chronic renal disease.
●  The applicant must be a resident of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador or Prince Edward Island.
●  All post-secondary programs must be approved and recognized by accredited institutions in Atlantic Canada.
●  The selection committee will choose the recipients based on the applications submitted by June 15th and according to the approved criteria
     
15-Jun-15 Global Lift Equipment Scholarship Value: $500

●  Be currently attending or planning on attending a post-secondary institution in Canada or the US no later than the Fall of 2015.
●  Submit a short story. Detailed instructions can be found on the application page.
●  Have a GPA of 2.5 or greater.
●  Be a resident of the United States or
Canada.








     
15-Jun-15 AIA and the Global Automotive Aftermarket Symposium (GAAS) Scholarship Program Value: $1,000

●  For all students in secondary education.
●  Scholarship Award winners will receive a $1,000 (Canadian) scholarship.
●  While all students are encouraged to apply, priority in awarding scholarships will be given to those pursuing a career in the automotive aftermarket.
As a bonus, a matching grant is awarded to scholarship recipients who become technicians in the automotive aftermarket, which can be claimed up to one year after graduation.
     
19-Jun-15 BigSun Athletic Scholarship Value: $500

●  All student athletes are eligible for this award, regardless of which sport they are participating in.
●  The student must be a high school senior or be attending a post secondary institute.


     
26-Jun-15 Northumberland Co-op Scholarship Value: 6@$1,000

Northumberland Cooperative Limited is pleased to announce they will be offering six (6) scholarships to students entering a post secondary program in the fall. The scholarships have been named to honour the work of Charles Butler and William Vickers, two men who made outstanding contributions to the development and growth of Northumberland Cooperative Limited.

●  In order to apply students must be entering a post secondary educational program in September, 2015.
●  The scholarships will be awarded on the basis of academic achievement, extra-curricular or community participation and need.
●  Consideration will be given to those entering careers in agriculture or related industries.
●  Two (2) scholarships are reserved for children of employees or members of Northumberland Cooperative Limited.
●  The other four will be awarded to students within New Brunswick; of these four, two will be awarded to students attending New Brunswick Community College.
     
26-Jun-15 Public Service Alliance of Canada Scholarship Value: Varies
The program consists of 14 scholarships for dependant children of PSAC members and 3 scholarships for PSAC members who will be attending university, college or a recognized institute of higher learning on a full-time basis.


●  Scholarship applicants must be a PSAC member or a dependent child of a PSAC member in good standing as of March 31st of the current year.

●  Scholarships are not restricted to first-year students;
●  No applicant will be awarded a scholarship more than once;
●  PSAC reserves the right to withhold a scholarship in the event no applicant is deemed to meet qualification criteria, or for other valid reasons;
●  In the absence of applications from a particular region or if no applicants from a region are deemed to meet application criteria, the scholarship committee may award a regional scholarship to an applicant living outside that region;
●  All submissions become the property of PSAC.
     
30-Jun-15 BBG Communications Scholarship (Breylan Communications)
Value: 1,000

●  Be between the ages of 16 and 21 on June 30, 2015
●  Submit answers to the two essay questions, which can be found on the application page, prior to the June 30, 2015 deadline.
●  Have at least one full year of post secondary studies remaining at the time of the award
●  Have a GPA of 2.5 or greater.
●  Be a citizen of the United States or
Canada











     
30-Jun-15 Lifestyle Dentistry Scholarship Value: 2@$500

●  Be attending college or university no later than September 30th, 2015. Current High School Seniors who will graduate in 2015 are eligible. You can be enrolled in any field of study.
●  Submit answers to the essay question, which can be found on the application page, prior to the June 30th, 2015 deadline.
●  Have a GPA of 2.5 or greater.
●  Be a resident of
Canada or the United States

The scholarship winner will be announced roughly six weeks after the deadline and will be posted on this website immediately after. All applications must be received by 11:59pm ET on June 30th, 2015. No late applications will be reviewed.











     
30-Jun-15 Lift Parts Express Scholarship Value: $500

●  A Current Senior in High School or
●  A Freshman or Sophomore in College/University
●  Be a legal resident of the United States or
Canada
●  Enrolled or expected to be enrolled by the Fall of 2015
●  Submit a completed online application form prior to the deadline.











     
30-Jun-15 Gender Equality Scholarship Value: Up to a maximum of $2,500 will be awarded, up to $125,000 total per year.

●  You are a resident of New Brunswick
●  You are continuing your education and/or re-entering the school system as a mature student.
●  You answer to the following questions on a separate page either typewritten or written clearly in black or blue ink:
1.  Explain why you have chosen to study in your program choice and describe your future plans for your career in the province.
2.  Explain what motivated you and/or the steps you took to make your decision.
3.  In your own words, explain what a non-traditional career is. How will women and men entering non-traditional careers help address the wage gap in New Brunswick.
4.  How do you plan to pay for your studies and explain how this scholarship will help you financially.
●  You have been accepted or wait listed into an eligible program of study listed hereafter.
●  You have completed the application form.

Applications must be submitted no later than June 30 of each year for fall sessions and November 30 for winter sessions.
If you have missed the deadline for the fall session, you can apply for a partial scholarship by the November 30th dead-line.
     
30-Jun-15 Royal Canadian Legion Ladies Auxiliary Command Value: TBA

●  At time of application send only high school marks.
●  Special consideration will be given to Ladies Auxiliary Member’s children and grandchildren; Then to veterans and their grandchildren.
●  Should you be chosen as a recipient, it will be necessary to provide a photostat copy of your acceptance to the University or Technical Institute of your choice.
●  Deadline date return of application is June 30th.
●  If you are successful applicant, a letter will be sent to you.
●  At that time a cheque will be issued to the registrar office of the institute in your name. No cheques will be issued to students.


     
30-Jun-15 Université Sainte-Anne's College Scholarship Value: 25@$5,000

●  25 students will receive a scholarship of $5,000 to cover their tuition fees for their first year of college education at one of the participating RCCFC member institutions.
●  The application closing date is scheduled for the end of June 2015 and may vary at each institution. Contact the college or establishment where you are applying for more information.
●  Be registered in a French immersion program in an English high school and be about to start your first year of college in French in 2015 -2016;
●  Demonstrate excellent academic performance;
●  Be ready to undertake a community service project during your first year of college;
●  Fill out a brief survey on your experience at the end of the school year.


     
30-Jun-15 Tim McCarthy Environment Prize (New Brunswick Ferderation of Labour) Value: $500

●  Eligible to apply are sons and daughters of members and deceased members or Members in good standing, of local unions affiliated with the New Brunswick Federation of Labour who are entering or continuing their studies in an education program compatible with the object of the award.
●  Previous winners of this award are not eligible
●  Selection criteria include aptitude for environmental studies, promise, need and future benefit to society and the environment of the applicant’s chosen area of study


     
30-Jun-15 James A. Whitebone Memorial Scholarships (New Brunswick Federation of Labour) Value: $500

●  The scholarships are for FIRST YEAR attendance at any University in the Atlantic Province or first year attendance in a two year program of the New Brunswick Community College, excepting where the desired academic program is not available in the region.
●  THOSE ELIGIBLE are sons and daughters, or legal wards of members and deceased members, or members in good standing, of a local union affiliated with the New Brunswick Federation of Labour.
●  BASIS OF AWARDS are graduation marks, aptitude, promise and need.


     
30-Jun-15 J.Harold Stafford Humanitarian Award (New Brunswick Federation of Labour) Value: $500

●  Eligible for consideration are affiliates of the NBFL or members in good standing of a local union affiliated with the NBFL under taking or supporting an education effort.
●  Selection criteria include project worthiness, potential benefits to community and workers and financial need.
     
30-Jun-15 Solidarity Bursaries (New Brunswick Federation of Labour) Value: 2@$500

●  These two bursaries are open to any person regardless of union membership pursuing post secondary education full-time or enrolled in high school at the grade 12 level. Funded by AIL Canada, a unionized insurance provider, these two bursaries serve to promote greater awareness and understanding of the value of unions.
     
30-Jun-15 The Dermot Kingston Life Long Learning Award (New Brunswick Federation of Labour) Value: $500

●  Eligible for consideration is NBFL affiliates, as well as provincial and community organizations, undertaking or sponsoring, partially or fully, literacy projects and workplace related training activities including union developed programs.
●  Selection criteria include project worthiness, and potential benefits to workers, unions and the community.
     
30-Jun-15 Maurice Daigle Scholarship Fund and N.B. Growers Golf Tournament Scholarship Value: TBA

●  The awards are open to students whose parent, or parents are registered growers or have been registered and are no longer required to be registered with Potatoes New Brunswick
●  Applicants will study at a recognized agricultural college or university
●  The award shall be announced in November of each year and awarded at the successful completion of the first semester. If the first semester has not been successfully completed by the student, the amount will not be paid out, but will be added into the Fund’s principal.
●  The award shall be made for the purpose of furthering the recipient’s agricultural education at a
recognized agricultural university or college.
●  A notice will be mailed out in May to all registered growers
     
30-Jun-15 The Charlotte Glencross Scholarship Value: $1,000

●  The scholarship is open to all age categories and disciplines, where an artist or craftsperson seeks to build upon a new practice or establish a new direction in their work.
●  The Charlotte Street Arts Centre offers the Charlotte Glencross Scholarship for Professional Development in the Arts to a candidate who:
    • has demonstrated exceptional potential and talent as an artist;
    • intends to study arts at a recognized institution or with a recognized private instructor for the purpose of pursuing a career as a professional artist or arts professional.
     
Jun  Bruce Melanson Memorial Scholarship 
Value: $1,500
The Bruce Melanson Memorial Scholarship was established in 1985 in memory of a 1984 graduate of St. Malachy’s who passed away while playing hockey for the Oshawa Generals, a Major Junior “A” team in the Ontario Hockey League.  Bruce had been drafted by the New York Islanders of the National Hockey League as a second round draft choice.  Those primarily responsible through generous donations for the establishment of the Trust Fund were the Oshawa Generals, Moosehead Breweries, Maritime Beverages, St. Rose Parish, the Rocca Group of Companies, and Mr. and Mrs. Laurie Melanson and the family and friends of Bruce and his immediate family.
Each to St.Malachy's, SHS, SJHS in 2014

     
Jun  Emma Fiske-Skinner Memorial Prize  Value: $50

To each high school for highest mark in French
     
Jun  Emma Wakim Memorial Prize  Value: $50

St. Vincent's (St. Mac's) based on need
     
Jun  H.C. Scott Attendance Award  Value: $150

NSF Best attendance ($150 fixed prize) St. Mac's will receive next when funds allow
     
6-Jul-16 The Tommy Douglas Scholarship Value:$1,500

●  Each year, the National Union of Public and General Employees (NUPGE) offers four scholarships that reflect its pursuit of equal opportunity for all workers.       
●  They are open to the children, grandchildren or foster children of the National Union’s 360,000 members who are starting a post-secondary education. Some scholarships may have additional requirements, as noted below.
●  The Tommy Douglas Scholarship for $1,500 is open to all students who plan to enter the first year of a Canadian public post-secondary education institution full-time in 2016 - 2017 and who are the children, grandchildren or foster children of a NUPGE member.
●  It will be awarded for the best 750 — 1,000 word essay on: How Tommy Douglas contributed to making Canada a more just and equitable society.
     
6-Jul-16 The Terry Fox Memorial Scholarship Value: $1,500

●  The Terry Fox Memorial Scholarship for $1,500 is open to all students with disabilities who plan to enter the first year of a Canadian public post-secondary education institution full-time in 2016 — 2017 and who are the children, grandchildren or foster children of a member of NUPGE.
●  It will be awarded for the best 750 — 1,000 word essay on: The importance of quality public services in enhancing the quality of life of people with disabilities.
     
6-Jul-16 The Scholarship for Aboriginal Canadians Value: $1,500

●  The Scholarship for Aboriginal Canadians for $1,500 is open to all Aboriginal Canadian students who plan to enter the first year of a Canadian public post-secondary education institution full-time in 2016 — 2017 and who are the children, grandchildren or foster children of a NUPGE member.
●  It will be awarded for the best 750 — 1,000 word essay on: The importance of quality public services in enhancing the quality of life of Aboriginal Canadians.
     
6-Jul-16 The Scholarship for Visible Monorities Value: $1,500

●  The Scholarship for Visible Minorities for $1,500 is open to all visible minority students who plan to enter the first year of a Canadian public post-secondary education full-time in 2016 — 2017 and who are the children, grandchildren or foster children of a National Union of Public and General Employees member.
●  It will be awarded for the best 750 — 1,000 word essay on: The importance of quality public services in enhancing the quality of life of visible minorities.
     
1-Jul-15 International Long Shoreman's 273 Bursary Value: $1,000

Applications must be members of Local 273 or dependants of members. Dependants of active
members receive preference.
●  This programme is intended to make it possible for people to continue their education at the
university level.
●  There will be an annual award of $1,000. The main criteria for the award will be means and
resources available, although academic promise is a consideration.
     
15-Jul-15 David Frost Memorial Scholarship and the National Farmers Union in NB Scholarship Value: David Frost Memorial Scholarship $500
NFU in NB Scholarship 1,000

The National Farmers Union in New Brunswick is offering two scholarships this year to NB high school graduates who are entering a program at a recognized Canadian institution. Priority will be given to students enrolling in an agricultural program.
●  The David Frost Memorial Scholarship is for $500 toward a diploma program. Applicants must be sons or daughters of a registered professional agriculture producer in NB.
●  Applicants for the $1000 NFU in NB Scholarship must be from a family which holds an NFU membership through Service NB.
     
15-Jul-15 The Royal Canadian Legion Portland Branch #64 Bursary Value: TBD

These annual bursaries will be awarded to students to further their education  in University or Community College

Bursaries will be awarded with regard to the following criteria:
●  Major consideration shall be financial need
●  Academic attainment
●  Entrance scholarship

The preferential selection of candidates will be in the following order:
●  Children or Grandchildren of ex-service members of Portland Branch #64
●  Special consideration shall be given to students of the North and Central areas of Saint John
     
15-Jul-15 Royal Canadian Legion New Brunswick Command Value: $500

●  Bursaries are awarded  based on financial need, with special consideration given to children and grandchildren of Veterans
●  Bursaries are awarded to students attending facilities on a full time basis.
●  Post graduate studies do not apply.
     
31-Jul-15 Donald E. Curren Scholarship Fund  Value: Maximum value of the scholarship is $1,500 annually and up to eight scholarships will be awarded annually.

●  Applications are accepted from any person with a mobility disability, with preference given to persons with spinal cord injury.
●  They must be attending a post secondary school (university, college, technical school) in the Atlantic Provinces.
●  The scholarships will be awarded on merit, academic standing and on such other criteria as the Selection Committee may determine.
●   Recipients must be Canadian citizens or landed immigrants, and residents of the Atlantic Provinces.
     
31-Jul-15 The Wanderer’s Trust Scholarship Value: Maximum value of the scholarship is $600 & up to three scholarships will be awarded annually.

Eligible applicants must meet ALL requirements listed below:
●  Person with a spinal cord injury (quadriplegia or paraplegia)
●  Reside in Atlantic Canada
●  Currently attending or planning to attend a post-secondary institution in the Atlantic Provinces.
●  Canadian Citizens or Landed Immigrant.
●  Involved in organized sports either as a participant, official, junior official, coach, manager or trainer.
●  Have a “C” average
●  The scholarships will be awarded on merit, academic standing and on such other criteria as the Selection Committee may determine.
●  Recipients must be Canadian citizens or landed immigrants, and residents of the Atlantic Provinces
     
31-Jul-15 George F. Flood Memorial Scholarship Value: Up to $5,000

●  There will be annual awards, totaling $5,000 based on the academic standing and/or need. To be considered, applicants must attach first or second division marks, and will be entering any year of an undergraduate program.
●  Members of the Construction Association of New Brunswick - Saint John Region or Saint John Construction Association
●  Employees of members of the Construction Association of New Brunswick - Saint John Region or Saint John Construction Association
●  Members of staff of the Construction Association of New Brunswick - Saint John Region or Saint John Construction Association
     
31-Jul-15 Support Our Troops Scholarship Value: Five full-time Scholarships and two part-time Scholarships will be awarded annually. For full-time students, the maximum value of the scholarship is $10K, to be split equally over the course of the program, to a maximum of four years. For part-time students, the maximum value of the scholarship is $5K to be split over the course of the program to a maximum of six years.

●  To be eligible for a SOT Scholarship, applicants must be family of a currently serving member of the CAF or a veteran as defined within the NPP Eligibility matrix and must be:
●  A Canadian citizen or have permanent resident status in Canada; and
●   Enrolled in an undergraduate program leading to a degree, diploma or
certificate at a recognized publicly funded Canadian college or university.
●  A student who plans to attend a program outside of Canada as part of a year-abroad program is eligible to apply provided he/she is participating in an exchange program as part of the undergraduate course curriculum at a recognized publicly funded Canadian college or university and the degree issued is from a recognized publicly funded Canadian college or university.
●  Employees, directors, and officers of Canadian Forces Morale and Welfare Services (CFMWS) and its subsidiaries, and any family of any of the foregoing are not eligible for the scholarships. For greater certainty, “family” shall be defined as a person whose parent or legal guardian is an employee, director or officer of CFMWS or any of its subsidiaries.





     
31-Jul-15 Navy League Scholarship Value: 2@$1500

●  The Navy League of Canada provides 2 Maritime Affairs Scholarships, presently valued at $1500 each
●  To currently serving Sea Cadets entering an accredited post-secondary program with a maritime focus.
     
31-Jul-15 Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Education Foundation Value: $1,000

●  The Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Education Foundation funds $1000 scholarships for deserving Sea Cadets entering their first year of post-secondary study.
●  The Navy League of Canada proudly acknowledges the support of the Royal Canadian Naval Benevolent Fund. The RCNBF provides an additional ten scholarships through the Sea Cadet Education Foundation
     
31-Jul-15 Navy League and Royal Canadian Benevolent Fund Scholarships Value: $1,000

●  The Navy League of Canada in co-operation with the Royal Canadian Naval Benevolent Fund award scholarships annually to serving and former Royal Canadian Sea Cadets entering their first year in:

a) University Course leading to a degree,
b) Community College or Technical Institute leading to a diploma, and
c) Must be an active serving cadet at the time of application.
     
31-Jul-15 Chief Petty Officer Jack Scholarship Value: $1,000

●  Former members of the Naval Forces of Canada and their dependents; and,
●  Serving and former members of the Sea Element of the Canadian Forces of Canada and their dependents.
●  Thus, Royal Canadian Sea Cadets whose parent (s) or grandparent (s) is a member or former member are eligible to apply.
     
31-Jul-15 Aspire-Canada Scholarship Value: $1,000

Each academic year, Aspire-Canada offers scholarships of $1000 or more to outstanding students. Only returning students need to submit the scholarship application.
●  All incoming students will be considered for the scholarship automatically based on a completed admissions application.
●  Applications received after the preferred deadline will be considered if the funds are available. In order to assist you with your scholarship application, please follow the checklist below.
1.  Complete the Scholarship Application.
2.  Log on to aspire-canada.com and create a profile
3.  We encourage all applicants to also create a fundraising campaign on aspire-canada.com for education costs. Site participation is a factor in scholarship awards.
4.  Please fill out a professional profile on community.aspire-canada.com (This is Mandatory for all scholarship applicants – please upload a photo)


     
31-Jul-15 The Young Canadian Scholarship Value: $500

●  Any person who is 16 years of age and older at time of entry, who is a Canadian Resident or International student studying in Canada, on the Contest Closing Date and who is enrolled or will be enrolled in a Canadian High School, or Canadian publicly funded University or College for the 2013-2014 or 2014-2015 school year, excluding any schools located in the province of Quebec.
     
Not Updated Centre for Arts and Technology Value:  TBD

Contact the Centre for Arts and Technology school in Fredericton for more details 
     
1-Aug-15 Dennis McGann Bursary Value: $1,000

●  This exciting new bursary program is designed for those studying or planning to study Communications who demonstrate a commitment to the issues and actions affecting working people.
●  One $1000 bursary will be awarded to a Canadian Citizen or Landed Immigrant who is enrolling or enrolled in full or part time Communications studies at an accredited public post-secondary institution in Canada.
●  Financial need must be demonstrated. This bursary also considers community service.
     
7-Aug-15 by 5:00 p.m. SJMNRC Scholarship Value: $1,000

Applicants must be a current client at SJMNRC (for example, part of: Employment, Youth, Francophone, and/ or the Volunteer Program).

•  
Applications will be accepted starting on July 13 2015; deadline to apply August 7 2015, 5:00 pm.   (Late applications will not be considered.)
•   Applications must be emailed to Mary Stack (mary.stack@sjmnrc.ca), with the subject line:  SJMNRC Scholarship 2015.
•   Applicants must send a copy of the above application completed to be considered. 
•   Applicants must complete the essay question to be considered.  (Essay question is below.)
•   Applicants must include 3 references including name, address, and telephone number.  (This can be a teacher, counsellor, employer, etc...)
•   Applicants must be accepted into a school for 2015 and be able to provide proof of acceptance.  (Remember, this scholarship is only valid towards a post-secondary institution located in Saint John, NB.)
•   REMEMBER:  A team from the SJMNRC Board will choose the winning candidate.  Once a winner is chosen, the candidate will be notified. 
•   NOTE:  The scholarship will be deposited directly into the winning candidate’s school’s account. 

Please email info@sjmnrc.ca for information on how to apply for this scholarship.




     
15-Aug-15 Jeremy Dias Scholarship Value: TBD

●  Applicants must be Canadian citizens/residents;
and must be a high school or Cegep students entering accredited post-secondary institutions, or students currently enrolled in a post-secondary institution.
●  The ideal winner(s) of this scholarship will be student(s) who have worked to eliminate discrimination within their school or community, as demonstrated by their application essay and references.
●  Those who work within their secondary school or community to address homophobia/heterosexism will be given special consideration.
     
15-Aug-15 NB Golf Association Scholarship Award  /  NBLGA  Scholarship  / John Patrick Sears Golf Scholarship Value: TBA

●  The NBGA annually awards University Scholarships to be used towards the cost of tuition at any recognized University or College. These awards include the “NBGA 50th Anniversary Scholarship” for male golfers, the “NBLGA 50th Anniversary Scholarship for female golfers, and the “John Patrick Sears Golf Scholarship” which is open to both genders and is renewable annually. The NBGA invites applications from resident junior golfers who have demonstrated scholastic and golf ability over several years.
●  Please submit only one (1) application form. The NBGA Scholarship Committee will consider all applicants for the scholarship(s) for which they qualify.
●  Successful recipients will be presented with their award at the NBGA Annual Golf Awards Dinner in the fall.

1.  Academic Performance (40 Points)
●  Students currently attending high school and applying to enter a University or College:
An applicant’s transcript must show a Grade B or 75% average in each of the last two years of high school
●  Students currently attending University or College:
An applicant’s transcript must show a Grade Point Average 3.0 or 75%
2. Successful competitive experience at Club, Regional, Provincial, National and/or International level in golf (Value: 35 points)
3. Participation in extracurricular, community and other sport, activities, and giving back to the game of golf. (Value: 25 points)
     
15-Aug-15 Wattpad Scholarship Value: 5@$1,500

●  Be enrolled for full-time fall 2015 In a 4-year program at an accredited college, community college or university in the U.S or Canada (except Quebec , where we cannot offer the scholarship at this time) 
●  In any undergraduate year of college (freshman, sophomore, junior, senior)
●  Have an minimum GPA of 2.5 or equivalent of 75+ or C+ (finalists will be required to submit a transcript for verification)
●  Be a U.S or Canadian citizen or permanent resident
●  Submit no more than 1 entry per person
●  Write a non-fiction (true story)
     
30-Aug-15 St. Vincent’s Alumnae Scholarships Value: TBD

To be eligible a student must be:
•  A female graduate of St. Malacny's Memorial High School
•  Currently enrolled in or applying to attend a recognized post-secondary institution

The Scholarship Committee will consider the scholastic record of the applicant, extra-curricular, community and volunteer activities, as well as financial need.
●  The Scholarship will be paid directly to the post-secondary institution chosen by the recipient upon proof of acceptance.
●  The Scholarship Committee reserves the right not to award an individual scholarship in any year should no suitable candidate apply.
     
31-Aug-15 Arctic Physical Therapy Scholarship
Value: $500

●  Be attending college or university no later than January of 2016.
●  Be attending college or university on a full-time or part-time basis by January of 2015.
●  Have achieved a GPA of 3.0 or greater during their last academic year.
●  Be a U.S. or
Canadian resident.
●  Be attending a school in the U.S. or Canada by January of 2015.
●  Submit answers to the essay questions no later than 11:59 PM EST on the day of the deadline.

*Note that you can be enrolled in any field of study.


















     
31-Aug-15 Johnson Inc. Scholarship Value: 50@$1,000

●  A Canadian resident;
●  Completing high school in 2015; and,
●  Commencing post-secondary education in the fall of 2015.

Applicants must also fall into one of the following categories:
●  Have a home or auto policy through Johnson;
●  Have a parent/guardian or grandparent who has a home or auto policy through Johnson;
●  Have a parent/guardian or grandparent who is a member/employee of a Johnson sponsor/client group; or
●  Be a child/grandchild of a Johnson employee.
     
31-Aug-15 SOS Joshua Hunt Safety Award Value: $5,000

●  To qualify, students must creatively prepare and upload an essay, action plan, or resource guide that outlines prevention of the social issues covered in the magazine. For example Bullying, Suicide, Gang/ Youth Violence, Drug Addiction, and so on.
●  All entries must be submitted by August 31st of each year by filling out the online form and attaching entry related materials – ie. Documents, power point, video, photos etc.
●  The $5000 will be awarded to the chosen recipient and made out payable to the post secondary institution of their choice.
●  Apply online at www.soskids.ca.

     
31-Aug-15 by 3:00p.m #Easy Money Scholarship

Value: $1,500

●  Be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident of Canada, or an international student. Excludes residents of Quebec.;
●  Be 13 years of age or older at the time of contest entry;
●  Have enrolled in any year of high school or post-secondary studies at a Canadian institution for the fall 2015 academic term as of September 15, 2015 (entrant must be able to provide appropriate proof of enrolment, if requested.);
●  Be a member of yconic as of September 15, 2015 (a yconic member is defined as “an individual who currently has an active profile on yconic.com”. Free memberships available at yconic.com), and;
●  Not be an employee of, or living with an employee of the Sponsor, their subsidiaries, affiliates, agents or representatives or a member of an employee’s immediate family. Members of the immediate family of an employee not eligible to receive a prize include the employee’s parents, children and siblings.



     
31-Aug-15 Wealthsimple Future of Investing Scholarship
Value: $1,500

•  Be a full-time or part-time undergraduate student attending accredited Canadian university or college
•  Open to students in all disciplines
•  Be a Canadian citizen
•  Scholarship applications received from May 1 until August 31, 2015 at 11:59pm EST will be considered for the $1,500 scholarship whose winner will be announced in September 2015.
     
31-Aug-15 by 3:00 p.m. Student Bursary Contest presented by yconic and Scotiabank

Value: One (1) of six (6) $500 monthly cash prizes from March 2015 to August 2015;  A chance to win† a $5,000 cash bursary when you apply and are approved for a ScotiaLine® Personal Line of Credit for Students.
Be sure to share the contest with your friends – you’ll get five (5) bonus entries for each of up to five (5) friends who enter, and even more chances to win the monthly prize!

●  The entrant must be a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of Canada;
●  The entrant must be at least 17 years old or older at the time of the Contest draw;
●  The entrant must be residing in Canada or the United States of America (U.S.) at the time of verification;
●  The entrant must be enrolled at a Canadian or American post-secondary institution for the 2015/2016 academic year; ◦MBA students may apply to all publicly funded Canadian and American Universities, as well as a select group of International schools. These International schools include: INSEAD (France), London School of Business (England), IMD International (Switzerland) and Erasmus University (Rotterdam).
●  The entrant must be a member of yconic.◦For the purposes of this contest, a member of yconic is defined as “an individual who currently has an active profile on yconic.com”.
●  Employees of the Program Sponsors or its subsidiaries, affiliates, agents or representatives, and members of the immediate families and persons domiciled with such employees, are not eligible to receive a prize. Members of the immediate family of an employee include the employee’s parents, children and siblings.

     
6-Sep-15 Power of Wind Contest
Value: Best written entry: $1,000 bursary prize, Best multimedia entry: $1,000 bursary prize, Most creative submission: $1,000 bursary prize


To be eligible for the bursary, all applicants must (and will be required to provide proof of):
●  Canadian citizenship or permanent resident status.
●  For graduating high school or CEGEP students, proof of enrolment at a recognized Canadian publicly funded post-secondary school for the Fall 2015 academic term.
●  For full-time university or college students, proof of enrolment at a recognized publicly funded Canadian post-secondary school for the 2014/2015 and Fall 2015 academic terms.

●  By submitting your Entry you acknowledge that you give us permission to use your Entry and any information that you have provided to us for marketing the Power of Wind Contest and generating publicity. This includes, but is not limited to, using your image, name, blog, video, visual and information about your Entry.

     
15-Sep-15 Ethel Boyce Achievement Award Value: 2@$1,000 one female, one male
                                   
                                                                                                                                 ●  Application open to all registered softball players enrolled at a Canadian Post Secondary Institution.
●  The Ethel Boyce Achievement Award is awarded to a male and female recipient from anywhere in Canada.
●  It is expected that the award winners will have exhibited leadership traits and skills in softball. Both recipients receive $1,000.
●  The award winners will be announced at the annual Softball Canada Congress (formerly known as the Annual General Meeting).
     
15-Sep-15 Johnson Inc. Scholarship Value: 100@$1,500

●  All Canadian residents completing high school and who are beginning post-secondary education are eligible to apply for a Johnson Scholarship.    
                                                                                                                               
     
15-Sep-15 1800Wheelchair Canada Scholarship Value: 2@$500

●  Enrolled at an accredited high school, college or university in Canada
●  Enrolled at the undergraduate level or your final year of high school
●  Age sixteen (16) years or older
●  Legal resident of the Canada or hold a valid student visa
●  Carry a status of “Good Standing” - i.e. currently enrolled
●  Maintain a cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of at least 3.0 (or equivalent)
●  Post marked by Sept 15, 2015
     
15-Sep-15 Scotiabank National Scholarship
Value: (18) $2,500 Scholarships available, plus there’s $5,000 in Early Bird prizing


The Scotiabank National Scholarship is open to yconic members who are:
●  Canadian citizens, permanent residents of Canada or international students with a valid student visa (permit must be for one year or longer)
●  16 years old or older at the time of application
●  High school or CEGEP students planning to enroll in a certificate, diploma or degree program in the 2016/2017 or 2017/2018 academic year at a Canadian college, university or trade school
           OR          
●  Post-secondary students enrolled or planning to enroll in a certificate, diploma or degree program in the 2015/2016 or 2016/2017 academic year at a Canadian college, university or trade school
     
23-Sep-15 Explore150 Summer Adventure Challenge Scholarship Value: One of 2@$1,000

●  Open to (1) Canadian citizens, regardless of the residency of such individuals, or (2) persons who reside in Canada, regardless of the citizenship of such individuals, each who are younger than 26 years old as of the final date of entry

●  Everyone who completes an adventure this summer will be entered to win a $1,000 scholarship, and for everyone who competes in an adventure you've created, you'll also receive an entry to WIN (have 100 friends? That's 100 entries)
●  We're also offering a second $1,000 scholarship for the adventure organizer who has the largest number of people participate and complete the adventure.

●  Use Explore150 to find unique natural, cultural, and historic places near you that you want to encourage people to learn about and visit.
●  Visit our Adventures section and create your very own Adventure with these places.
●  Recruit your friends! Reach out and get your friends to sign up for Explore150 and join your adventure. You can do this together, as part of a summer camp or program, or people can do it on their own.
     
30-Sep-15 Odenza Marketing Group Scholarship Value: $500

●  Be between the ages of 16 and 25 on September 30th, 2015
●  Submit answers to the essay questions, which can be found on the application page, prior to the September 30th, 2015 deadline.
●  Have at least one full year of post secondary studies remaining at the time of the award. (Current High School Students are also eligible.)
●  Have a GPA of 2.5 or greater.
●  Be a citizen of the United States or Canada



     
30-Sep-15 New Brunswick Fruit Growers’ Association Scholarship  Value: $300

●  Awarded to an NB resident entering a program of study in horticulture or related courses at an agricultural college or university with the purpose of returning to, or working in, the New Brunswick tree fruit industry.
●  Selection criteria include academic performance, involvement in community activities, volunteer work, farming or orchard experience, interest in the fruit-growing industry, and future career plans. 
     
30-Sep-15 New Brunswick Nurses Union Post‐Secondary Scholarships Value: 3@$1,000
                                         
                                                                                                                           •  Children of current NBNU members enrolled in a post-secondary college or
university program.
•  The applicant must have maintained a good academic standing.
     
30-Sep-15 New Brunswick Nurses Union Family Scholarship Value: 3@$1,000

•  Student enrolled in the first year of a baccalaureate in nursing program.
•  The student must be a relative of a past or present NBNU member.
•  The applicant must have maintained a good academic standing.
     
30-Sep-15 CFNU Nursing Scholarship Value: $1,000

•  One student enrolled in the first year of a registered nursing program.
•  The student must be a relative of a past or present NBNU member.
•  The applicant must have maintained a good academic standing.
     
30-Sep-15 Lorraine-LeBlanc Scholarship Value: $500

The scholarship will be awarded based on educational achievement and financial need.

In order to qualify for the Lorraine- LeBlanc Scholarship, you must:
•  Have a “LeBlanc” surname;
•  Be registered as a full-time student at a college or university in New Brunswick;
•  Demonstrate above average educational achievement during the last year of study; and
•  Require financial assistance in order to pursue your post-secondary education.
     
30-Sep-15 Happy Student New Year Contest Value: Grand Prize $10,000 cash + gift card pack, Runner-up Prize
$1,500 cash, + $1,000 in gift cards, Milestone Prizes Three (3) gift card packs, each valued at $500, Bonus Trip Prize S-Trip for you and a friend, valued at $4,000


●  Be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident of Canada, or an international student, excluding residents of Quebec;
●  Be 13 years of age or older at the time of contest entry;
●  Have enrolled in any year of high school or post-secondary studies at a Canadian institution for the fall 2015 academic term as of September 23, 2015 (entrant must be able to provide appropriate proof of enrolment, if requested);
●  Be a member of yconic as of September 23, 2015 (a yconic member is defined as “an individual who has confirmed their account via the validation email sent from yconic and currently has an active profile on yconic.com”. Free memberships available at yconic.com), and;
 Not be an employee of, or living with an employee of the Sponsor or their subsidiaries, affiliates, agents or representatives or a member of an employee’s immediate family. Members of the immediate family of an employee not eligible to receive a prize include the employee’s parents, children and siblings.
     
30-Sep-15 by 6:00 p.m. #HappyStudentNewYear Instagram and Twitter Contest Rules Value: TBD

●  Be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident of Canada, or an international student, excluding residents of Quebec;
●  Be 13 years of age or older at the time of contest entry;
●  Have enrolled in any year of high school or post-secondary studies at a Canadian institution for the fall 2015 academic term as of the time of entry and continue to be enrolled during the Contest Period  (entrant must be able to provide appropriate proof of enrolment, if requested.);
●  Be a member of yconic as of the time of entry and continue to be enrolled during the Contest Period  (a yconic member is defined as “an individual who has confirmed their account via the account activation email sent from yconic and currently has an active profile on yconic.com”. Free memberships available at yconic.com), and;
●  Not be an employee of, or living with an employee of the Sponsor or their subsidiaries, affiliates, agents or representatives or a member of an employee’s immediate family. Members of the immediate family of an employee not eligible to receive a prize include the employee’s parents, children and siblings.
     
1-Oct-15 N.B. Institute of Agrologists Scholarship  Value: $1,000

●  The New Brunswick Institute of Agrologists is offering a scholarship of $1,000 to a New Brunswick High School graduate entering the third year of a degree program in Agriculture at a recognized Canadian Institution.
●  Students should indicate their enrollment in one of the following Agrology disciplines : Agricultural Economics and Farm Management; Plant, Animal, Soil and Environmental Sciences; Pest Management; Agrometeorology
●  In awarding this scholarship, the selection committee will take into consideration academic standing, participation in school and community activities, and financial need.
     
2-Oct-15 Jane LeBlanc Filmmaker Award Value: $1880.00  (for first or second time Filmmakers)

• $200 in workshops/training from the NBFC (2016)
• $600 cash from The LeBlanc Family and generous donations
• $1000 in equipment and post services from NBFC
• $80 (full membership for two years) from the NBFC
• Workshopping of winning screenplay

Presented by the New Brunswick Filmmakers’ Co-operative & the LeBlanc Family Eligibility is open to all New Brunswick first and second time filmmakers.
●  Submit a 4-8 page script of drama or comedy by October 2nd, 2015 to info@nbfilmcoop.com
     
15-Oct-15 Hans McCorriston Scholarship Value: $ 1,000
                   
                                                                                                                                                   ●  Applicants must be enrolled in the AIA Motive Power Machinist Training Program or a College level machinist training program within Canada.                                                                                                                                                                                             
     
15-Oct-15 NBCC Foundation Awards Value: Up to $200,000
                   
                                                                                                                                                    •   The applicant must be admitted on a full-time basis at one of the public colleges: NBCC, CCNB or NBCCD.
•  You must be enrolled in a regular or contract training program at least one (1) year in duration;
•  You must demonstrate a financial need.
                                                                                                                                                                                  
     
15-Oct-15 Atlantic Credit Unions Bursary Value: 8@$500

●  Credit unions of New Brunswick and the Atlantic Provinces are pleased to support students attending the New Brunswick Community College (NBCC) with $4,000 in bursaries.
●  Eight $500 bursaries will be awarded. 
     
15-Oct-15 by 9:00 a.m. To My Past Self Community Contest Value: $500

●  Be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident of Canada, or an international student. Excludes residents of Quebec;
 Be 13 years of age or older at the time of contest entry.
●  Have enrolled in any year of high school or post-secondary studies at a Canadian institution for the fall 2015 academic term as of the time of entry and continue to be enrolled during the Contest Period (entrant must be able to provide appropriate proof of enrolment, if requested.);
●  Be a member of yconic as of the time of entry and continue to be a member during the Contest Period (a yconic member is defined as “an individual who has confirmed their account via the validation email sent from yconic and currently has an active profile on yconic.com (the “Website”)”. Free memberships available at yconic.com), and;
●  Not be an employee of, or living with an employee of the Sponsor, their subsidiaries, affiliates, agents or representatives or a member of an employee’s immediate family. Members of the immediate family of an employee not eligible to receive a prize include the employee’s parents, children and siblings.
     
22-Oct-15 Loran Scholars
Value: 30 @ $100,000

●  Be in their final year of uninterrupted full-time studies in high school.
●  Present a minimum cumulative average of 85%
●  Hold Canadian citizenship or permanent resident status
●  Be at least 16 years of age by September 1, 2016.



     
22-Oct-14 Korea Veterans Wall of Remembrance Bursary Value: TBD
                             
                                                                                                                                         ●  The recipient must be a Canadian citizen.
●  The student must be enrolled in an institution providing Post Secondary Education and provide proof of name.
●  The applicant must provide the Committee with an official transcript of High School marks.
●  The student must be in receipt of a student loan and provide proof of the amount to the Committee.
●  The award will be granted to students who have demonstrated academic promise and a financial need.
     
23-Oct-15 Ayn Rand Institute "Atlas Shrugged" Essay Contest Value: 1st place $20,000 1 Winner, 2nd place $2,000 3 Winners, 3rd place $1,000
5 Winners, Finalists $100 25 Winners, Semifinalists $50 50 Winners

●  Entrant must be in grade 12 or college/university at the time of entry.
●  No application is required. Contest is open to students worldwide.
●  Graduate students and part-time students are eligible.

     
25-Oct-15 Horatio Alger Canadian Scholarships Value: 80@$5,000

The Canadian Scholarships are awarded to eligible students across all provinces and territories in Canada.

●  Be enrolled full time in the terminal year of high school and taking classes through Spring 2016, progressing normally toward graduation in spring/summer of 2016 with plans to enter a post-secondary institution no later than the fall following graduation
●  Exhibit a strong commitment to pursue and complete a degree at a post-secondary institution (in Quebec a three year vocational program or a two year preparatory program followed by a university degree are acceptable)
●  Demonstrate critical financial need ($55,000 or less annual net income per family is required)
●  Be involved in co-curricular and community service activities                                      ●  Display integrity and perseverance in overcoming adversity
●  Maintain a minimum grade percentage of 65
●  Attend high school and reside in Canada
●  Be a Canadian citizen
     
25-Oct-15 Horatio Alger National Entrepreneurial  Value: 5@$10,000

The National Entrepreneurial Scholarships are awarded to eligible students across all provinces and territories in Canada. Entrepreneurial Scholars also receive an all expenses paid trip to Washington D.C. during the spring of their terminal year in high school to participate in a conference with their American counterparts.

●  Be enrolled full time in the terminal year of high school and taking classes through Spring 2016, progressing normally toward graduation in spring/summer of 2016 with plans to enter a post-secondary institution no later than the fall following graduation
●  Exhibit a strong commitment to pursue and complete a degree at a post-secondary institution (in Quebec a three year vocational program or a two year preparatory program followed by a university degree are acceptable)
●  Prove critical financial need ($55,000 or less annual net income per family is required)                
●  Demonstrate desire and ability to be entrepreneurial in a chosen field
●  Be involved in co-curricular and community service activities
●  Display integrity and perseverance in overcoming adversity
●  Maintain a minimum grade percentage of 65
●  Attend high school and reside in Canada
●  Be a Canadian citizen

     
29-Oct-15 by 3:00 p.m. Scotiabank National Scholarship
Value: (18) $2,500 Scholarships available, plus there’s $5,000 in Early Bird prizing


The Scotiabank National Scholarship is open to yconic members who are:
●  Canadian citizens, permanent residents of Canada or international students with a valid student visa (permit must be for one year or longer)
●  16 years old or older at the time of application
●  High school or CEGEP students planning to enroll in a certificate, diploma or degree program in the 2016/2017 or 2017/2018 academic year at a Canadian college, university or trade school
           OR          
●  Post-secondary students enrolled or planning to enroll in a certificate, diploma or degree program in the 2015/2016 or 2016/2017 academic year at a Canadian college, university or trade school
     
2-Nov-15 by 4:00 p.m. Indspire Scholarship: Post Secondary Education (PSE) Value: TBD

●  Full-time studies in a post-secondary education program
Students who apply to this program may also be considered for a FAAY post-secondary award
●  Eligible Fields of Study: Business, science, law, engineering, computer studies, education, social work, social sciences, fine arts and technical studies.
●  Type(s) of Program: Full-time one year certificate or diploma programs, undergraduate and graduate degree programs from an accredited post-secondary institution. Study outside of Canada is considered only at the graduate level.
     
2-Nov-15 by 4:00 p.m. Indspire Scholarship: Health Careers Value: TBD

●  Eligible Fields of Study: Studies in health care careers such as; medicine, nursing, dentistry, physiotherapy, pharmacy, clinical psychology, laboratory research and veterinarian medicine.
●  Type(s) of Program: Full-time certificate programs, undergraduate, professional and graduate degree programs of at least two academic years at an accredited Canadian post-secondary institution. Study outside of Canada is considered only at the graduate level. (Masters and PhD only). Medical, Denistry, Optometry are not considered graduate programs
     
3-Nov-15 #60 Second Scholarship Contest Value: $1,500

●  Be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident of Canada, or an international student, excluding residents of Quebec;
●  Be 16 years of age or older as of the date of entering the Scholarship Contest and who, if under the age of majority in their province or territory of residence, have received the permission of a parent or guardian, who has agreed to be legally bound by these Rules, to enter the Scholarship Contest and potentially become a winner of a prize;
●  Have enrolled in any year of high school or post-secondary studies at a Canadian institution for the fall 2015 academic term as of the time of entry and continue to be enrolled during the Contest Period (entrant must be able to provide appropriate proof of enrolment, if requested.);
●  Be a member of yconic as of the time of entry and continue to be enrolled during the Contest Period (a yconic member is defined as “an individual who has confirmed their account via the validation email sent from yconic and currently has an active profile on yconic.com”. Free memberships available at yconic.com) and;
●  Not be an employee of, or living with an employee of the Sponsor, Royal Bank, their subsidiaries, affiliates, agents or representatives or a member of an employee’s immediate family. Members of the immediate family of an employee not eligible to receive a prize include the employee’s parents, children and siblings.
●  Have read and accepted, and agreed to comply with these Rules.
     
4-Nov-15 The Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship
Value: $50,000 per year for three years during doctoral studies

• 
Canadian citizens
•  Permanent residents of Canada
•  Foreign citizens

Areas of research:
•  Health research
•  Natural sciences and/or engineering
•  Social sciences and/or humanities research


• 
Be nominated by only one Canadian institution, which must have received a Vanier CGS quota;
•  Be pursuing your first doctoral degree (or combined MA/PhD or MD/PhD). Note that only the PhD portion of a combined degree is eligible for funding;
•  Intend to pursue, in the summer semester or the academic year following the announcement of results, full-time doctoral (or combined MA/PhD or MD/PhD) studies and research at the nominating institution; Note that only the PhD portion of a combined degree is eligible for funding;
•  Not have completed more than 20 months of doctoral studies as of May 1, 2016 (see calculating months of doctoral studies below);
•  Have achieved a first-class average, as determined by your institution, in each of the last two years of full-time study or equivalent. Candidates are encouraged to contact the institution for its definition of a first-class average; and
•  Must not hold, or have held, a doctoral-level scholarship or fellowship from CIHR, NSERC or SSHRC to undertake or complete a doctoral degree.







     
10-Nov-15 ECR Heavy Equipment & Construction Training Bursary Value: $500 & $1,000

●  All New Brunswick graduating students
Please contact them for more information on how to apply
     
12-Nov-15 by 3:00 p.m. Double the Benefits Scholarship Value: Up to $15,000

●  Be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident of Canada, or an international student;
●  Be 13 years of age or older at the time of contest entry;
●  Have enrolled at an accredited Canadian school for the fall 2015 academic term at the time of winner notification (entrant must be able to provide appropriate proof of enrolment, if requested);
●  Be a member of yconic as at the time of winner notification (a yconic member is defined as “an individual who has confirmed their account via the validation email sent from yconic and currently has an active profile on yconic.com”. Free memberships available at yconic.com), and;
●  Not be an employee of, or living with an employee of the Sponsor or their subsidiaries, affiliates, agents or representatives or a member of an employee’s immediate family. Members of the immediate family of an employee not eligible to receive a prize include the employee’s parents, children and siblings.

     
27-Nov-15 TD Scholarship for Community Leadership Value: 20 @ Up to $10,000 for tuition per year (for up to a maximum of four years)
$7,500 a year for living expenses (for up to a maximum of four years)
                                                   
                                                                                                                     ● Be in their final year of high school (outside of Quebec) or CEGEP (in Quebec);
●  Be Canadian citizens or have permanent resident status;
●  Plan to attend college or university in Canada.
●  Certify that all the information provided on the Program application form (“Application”) and in all the accompanying documents is true, accurate and complete to the best of their knowledge; and
●  Be available for an interview in the city located within their region on the day chosen by TD.
●  Have demonstrated community leadership
●  Have a miniumum overall grade average of 75% in their most recently completed school year
     
27-Nov-15 Bayview Credit Union Terry Craig Memorial Scholarship Value: $1,000

The deadline is November 27th for students attending post-secondary education in January 2016.

●  Be a resident of Southern New Brunswick (St. Stephen to Sussex)
●  Be diagnosed with a diagnosed mental health issue. i.e.: bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, schizo-affective disorder etc.
●  Be receiving medical treatment for the disorder, including medication and psychiatric care.
     
29-Nov-15 Youth Volunteer Scholarship Award Value:  $500

●  Over the past 2 years a student must have completed a minimum of 50 hours of volunteer work.
●  Over the past 2 years a student must have maintained a GPA of 3.5 or greater.
●  A student must be under the age of 21 years of age on the day of the deadline.
●  A student must submit as essay on the topic prior to the deadline.
     
30-Nov-15 Gender Equality Scholarship Value: Up to a maximum of $2,500 will be awarded, up to $125,000 total per year.

●  You are a resident of New Brunswick
●  You are continuing your education and/or re-entering the school system as a mature student.
●  You answer to the following questions on a separate page either typewritten or written clearly in black or blue ink:
1.  Explain why you have chosen to study in your program choice and describe your future plans for your career in the province.
2.  Explain what motivated you and/or the steps you took to make your decision.
3.  In your own words, explain what a non-traditional career is. How will women and men entering non-traditional careers help address the wage gap in New Brunswick.
4.  How do you plan to pay for your studies and explain how this scholarship will help you financially.
●  You have been accepted or wait listed into an eligible program of study listed hereafter.
●  You have completed the application form.

Applications must be submitted no later than June 30 of each year for fall sessions and November 30 for winter sessions.
If you have missed the deadline for the fall session, you can apply for a partial scholarship by the November 30th dead-line.
     
30-Nov-15 Arthur Paulin Automotive Aftermarket Scholarship Value: $700 (For Automotive Students)

Applicants must be enrolled in an automotive aftermarket industry related program or curriculum at a Canadian college or university. This includes students pursuing their studies as an automotive apprentice. It also includes studies in any of the following automotive sectors: auto body, hard parts, heavy duty, or motive power (machinists).                                                                                                                                                                   
     
1-Dec-15
before
8:00 p.m.
The Dalton Camp Award Value: TBD

●  Any Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada, regardless of age, student or professional status, may enter this essay contest except members of the Friends of Canadian Broadcasting Steering Committee, retained consultants or business associates, and members of the Selection Committee; as well as their immediate family members. Previous winners are ineligible.
●  To be eligible, essays must be received before 8:00 pm EST on December 1st, 2015. Entries will be acknowledged following receipt.
     
2-Dec-15 by 3:00 p.m. Fund Your Child's Future Value: Up to $2,500

Contest open to parents/guardians:

•  Who are Canadian citizens, permanent residents of Canada, or Foreign Workers with a valid Canadian work permit; and
•  Whose child/ward is a yconic member, 13 years of age or older, a Canadian citizen, permanent resident of Canada, or an international student with a valid student visa (permit must be for one year or longer), and attending a Canadian school in the 2015/2016 academic year
     
2-Dec-15 by 3:00 p.m. Fund My Future Value: 3@1,000

Contest open to yconic members who are:

•  Canadian citizens, permanent residents of Canada, or international students with a valid student visa (permit must be for one year or longer);
•  13 years of age or older;
•  Attending a Canadian school in the 2015/2016 academic year

     
12-Dec-15 Job-Applications.ca Scholarship Value: $1,000 

The Working Parent College Scholarship Program is open to any person who:
●  Is a full or part-time student who is in an accredited Canadian post-secondary educational institution (including, but not limited to, college, university or trade school, or similarly accredited program) with a current cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher at that institution; and
●  Has worked an average of at least twelve (12) hours for each of the previous four (4) weeks at the time of applying; and
●  Is a residential parent of at least one minor child; and
●  Is a legal resident of Canada; and
●  Is currently enrolled and furthering his or her education at an accredited Canadian post-secondary institution or program; and
●  Is eighteen (18) years of age or older at the time of applying; and
●  Completes and submits the official Application form within the relevant periods for the periodic scholarships to be awarded.
     
15-Dec-15 Rubincam Youth Awards Value: $500

●  Young persons worldwide are eligible to apply.
●  NGS membership is not required.
●  Students must apply under the appropriate age/grade award. 
     
15-Dec-15 Burger King Scholarship Value: $1,000

•  Be living in the United States, Canada or Puerto Rico
•  Be graduating high school seniors (U.S. and Puerto Rico), graduating from grade 12 (Canada) or graduating from home school education in the U.S., Puerto Rico or Canada
•  Have a cumulative high school grade point average of 2.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale, or the equivalent
•  Plan to enroll full-time, without interruption, for the entire 2015-16 academic year at an accredited two- or four-year college, university or vocational-technical school in the U.S., Canada or Puerto Rico
     
30-Dec-15 Odenza Marketing Group Volunteer Award
Value: $500                                                                                                                                           

●   Be between the ages of 16 and 22 on December 30th, 2015
●   A student must also possess a GPA of 2.5 or higher in his/her last academic year.
●  A student must have contributed at least 50 hours of volunteer (non-paid) service within his/her community over the last 12 months. Please ensure that you have completed this amount of hours and that a person within the organization(s) is willing to confirm that you have volunteered this amount of time. (Note that we will only contact the organization(s) in the event that you are chosen as the scholarship award winner.)
●  A student must submit their application prior to the deadline of December 30th, 2015. No late application will be accepted.
●  A student must be a resident of Canada or the United States and must attend a school in Canada or the United States.



















     
31-Dec-15 Best Price Nutrition Student Scholarship Value: $1,000 If any alumni wins this scholarship, $1,000 will be given to the school the alumni graduated from. As a bonus, the winner will also receive $250 in supplements from Empyrean Nutrition.

●  ALL ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS MUST BE CURRENTLY ENROLLED FULL-TIME IN COLLEGE OR AN ALUMNI STUDENT MUST PROVIDE THE ADDRESS OF THE COLLEGE'S FINANCIAL AID OFFICE.
●  Currently residing in the United States, Brazil, India, South Korea, Australia, Japan, United Kingdom or Canada.
●  Student must provide college student identification number.
●  Before the Prize will be awarded, all information submitted in the application email will be verified. If ANY false or misleading information is submitted on the official entry, the student will be disqualified without notification to the student.
●  No purchase or payment of any kind is necessary to enter or win this contest. A purchase or payment of any kind will not increase your chances of winning.

     
31-Dec-15 by 4:59 p.m. Canadian Scholarship Trust Plan (CST) Value: 12 prizes of $2,500 towards a Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP)

To enter the C.S.T. Consultants Inc. “The CST Inspire a Dream” Contest (the "Contest") an individual (herein defined as an “entrant”) must, at the time of entry into the Contest:
●  Be a legal resident of Canada
●  Be located in Canada
●  Have reached the age of majority in his/her province or territory of residence; and
●  EITHER be the parent or legal guardian of a child who is (or is, him or herself) qualified to be designated as the beneficiary of a Prize (as defined in Rule 5 below), a legal resident of Canada and not reached the age of twenty-six (26) years by December 31, 2015;
OR
●  Have received permission from the child’s parent or legal guardian (or from such other intended beneficiary, if such individual is over the age of majority in his/her province or territory of residence) to designate the child who is a legal resident of Canada, and has not reached the age of twenty-six (26) years as of December 31, 2015 as the beneficiary of a Prize (as defined in Rule 7 below).
Note: An entrant may designate an unborn child, however the child must be born by December 31, 2015.  For the purposes of clarity, an entrant who has not reached the age of twenty-six (26) years by December 31, 2015 may also be a beneficiary of a Prize.
     
15-Jan-16 CEMF Rona Hatt Engineering Ambassador Award in Chemical Engineering Value: $5,000

●  Applicants must be a Canadian citizen or a Landed Immigrant with a Permanent Residence Card.
●  Applicants must be either female undergraduate engineering students enrolled full-time in an accredited engineering program at a Canadian university or full-time graduate students with an undergraduate degree from an accredited Canadian engineering program, or have a P. Eng. designation or be a recognized E.I.T. in their providence of residence.
●  While there is no limitation on the number of applications from any university or program, applicants cannot apply to more than one CEMF scholarship in any given fiscal year and if selected, cannot win a scholarship more than once. If unsuccessful, another application may be submitted in a subsequent year.
●  All CEMF engineering awards are open to all female students except those in the final year of their program.
You must be a leader, a volunteer and an active person in your community and elsewhere. Awards are made based primarily on how you are involved in your own community and the leadership skills that you have demonstrated.
●  While all CEMF award applicants must be in good academic standing, high marks are not a criterion.
●  Applicants must be willing to act as role models to encourage young women to pursue a career in engineering and must give a presentation to at least one junior high school or high school level audience using the presentation prepared for this application. The ability to effectively communicate with these younger students is very important.
 Award Ambassadors and Champions must give permission for use of their photo and name by CEMF for promotional purposes.
     
15-Jan-16 CEMF Engineering Ambassador Award Value: $5,000

●  Applicants must be a Canadian citizen or a Landed Immigrant with a Permanent Residence Card.
●  Applicants must be female engineering students at the undergraduate level enrolled full-time in an accredited engineering program at a Canadian university
and cannot be in their final year of study.

●  Applicants must be either female undergraduate engineering students enrolled full-time in an accredited engineering program at a Canadian university or full-time graduate students with an undergraduate degree from an accredited Canadian engineering program, or have a P. Eng. designation or be a recognized E.I.T. in their providence of residence.
● While there is no limitation on the number of applications from any university or program, applicants cannot apply to more than one CEMF scholarship in any given fiscal year and if selected, cannot win a scholarship more than once. If unsuccessful, another application may be submitted in a subsequent year.
●  You must be a leader, a volunteer and an active person in your community and elsewhere. Awards are made based primarily on how you are involved in your own community and the leadership skills that you have demonstrated.
●  While all CEMF award applicants must be in good academic standing, high marks are not a criterion.
●  Applicants must be willing to act as role models to encourage young women to pursue a career in engineering and must give a presentation to at least one junior high school or high school level audience using the presentation prepared for this application. The ability to effectively communicate with these younger students is very important.
     
15-Jan-16 CEMF Marie Carter Memorial Undergraduate Engineering Ambassador Award Value: $5,000

●  Applicants must be a Canadian citizen or a Landed Immigrant with a Permanent Residence Card.
●  Applicants must be either female undergraduate engineering students enrolled full-time in an accredited engineering program at a Canadian university or full-time graduate students with an undergraduate degree from an accredited Canadian engineering program, or have a P. Eng. designation or be a recognized E.I.T. in their providence of residence.
 While there is no limitation on the number of applications from any university or program, applicants cannot apply to more than one CEMF scholarship in any given fiscal year and if selected, cannot win a scholarship more than once. If unsuccessful, another application may be submitted in a subsequent year.
 All CEMF engineering awards are open to all female students except those in the final year of their program.
●  You must be a leader, a volunteer and an active person in your community and elsewhere. Awards are made based primarily on how you are involved in your own community and the leadership skills that you have demonstrated.
●  While all CEMF award applicants must be in good academic standing, high marks are not a criterion.
 Applicants must be willing to act as role models to encourage young women to pursue a career in engineering and must give a presentation to at least one junior high school or high school level audience using the presentation prepared for this application. The ability to effectively communicate with these younger students is very important.
Award Ambassadors and Champions must give permission for use of their photo and name by CEMF for promotional purposes.
●  Applicants must complete all application requirements and submit
     
15-Jan-16 Vale Undergraduate Engineering Ambassador Award Value: Up to 3@$10,000

●  Applicants must be a Canadian citizen or a Landed Immigrant with a Permanent Residence Card.
●  Applicants must be either female undergraduate engineering students enrolled full-time in an accredited engineering program at a Canadian university or full-time graduate students with an undergraduate degree from an accredited Canadian engineering program, or have a P. Eng. designation or be a recognized E.I.T. in their providence of residence.
●  While there is no limitation on the number of applications from any university or program, applicants cannot apply to more than one CEMF scholarship in any given fiscal year and if selected, cannot win a scholarship more than once. If unsuccessful, another application may be submitted in a subsequent year.
●  All CEMF engineering awards are open to all female students except those in the final year of their program.
●  You must be a leader, a volunteer and an active person in your community and elsewhere. Awards are made based primarily on how you are involved in your own community and the leadership skills that you have demonstrated.
●  While all CEMF award applicants must be in good academic standing, high marks are not a criterion.
●  Applicants must be willing to act as role models to encourage young women to pursue a career in engineering and must give a presentation to at least one junior high school or high school level audience using the presentation prepared for this application. The ability to effectively communicate with these younger students is very important.
●  Award Ambassadors and Champions must give permission for use of their photo and name by CEMF for promotional purposes.
     
15-Jan-16 Allstream Information and Communications Technology Undergraduate Engineering Ambassador Award Value: $5,000

●  Applicants must be a Canadian citizen or a Landed Immigrant with a Permanent Residence Card.
 Applicants must be either female undergraduate engineering students enrolled full-time in an accredited engineering program at a Canadian university or full-time graduate students with an undergraduate degree from an accredited Canadian engineering program, or have a P. Eng. designation or be a recognized E.I.T. in their providence of residence.
 While there is no limitation on the number of applications from any university or program, applicants cannot apply to more than one CEMF scholarship in any given fiscal year and if selected, cannot win a scholarship more than once. If unsuccessful, another application may be submitted in a subsequent year.
●  All CEMF engineering awards are open to all female students except those in the final year of their program.
●  You must be a leader, a volunteer and an active person in your community and elsewhere. Awards are made based primarily on how you are involved in your own community and the leadership skills that you have demonstrated.
●  While all CEMF award applicants must be in good academic standing, high marks are not a criterion.
●  Applicants must be willing to act as role models to encourage young women to pursue a career in engineering and must give a presentation to at least one junior high school or high school level audience using the presentation prepared for this application. The ability to effectively communicate with these younger students is very important.
●  Award Ambassadors and Champions must give permission for use of their photo and name by CEMF for promotional purposes.
     
15-Jan-16 Dillon Undergraduate Engineering Ambassador Award Value: $5,000

●  Applicants must be a Canadian citizen or a Landed Immigrant with a Permanent Residence Card.
●  Applicants must be either female undergraduate engineering students enrolled full-time in an accredited engineering program at a Canadian university or full-time graduate students with an undergraduate degree from an accredited Canadian engineering program, or have a P. Eng. designation or be a recognized E.I.T. in their providence of residence.
●  While there is no limitation on the number of applications from any university or program, applicants cannot apply to more than one CEMF scholarship in any given fiscal year and if selected, cannot win a scholarship more than once. If unsuccessful, another application may be submitted in a subsequent year.
●  All CEMF engineering awards are open to all female students except those in the final year of their program.
●  You must be a leader, a volunteer and an active person in your community and elsewhere. Awards are made based primarily on how you are involved in your own community and the leadership skills that you have demonstrated.
●  While all CEMF award applicants must be in good academic standing, high marks are not a criterion.
●  Applicants must be willing to act as role models to encourage young women to pursue a career in engineering and must give a presentation to at least one junior high school or high school level audience using the presentation prepared for this application. The ability to effectively communicate with these younger students is very important.
●  Award Ambassadors and Champions must give permission for use of their photo and name by CEMF for promotional purposes.
     
15-Jan-16 The Donald R. Sobey Family Scholarship  Up to $25,000

●  The Donald R. Sobey Family Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic excellence, proven leadership skills and involvement in school and/or community activities.
●  The scholarship is a renewable entrance award, valued at $10,000 for the first year and $5,000 for each of the next three years.
●  Applicants must be Canadian citizens and be entering the first year of an undergraduate program at the University of King’s College.
●  Recipients who make satisfactory academic progress will be automatically renewed for the award.
     
29-Jan-16 10 Words or Less Scholarship
Value: $500


●  Anyone who is between the ages of 14-25 who will be attending school in the Fall of 2016.
●  This scholarship is provided by StudentScholarships.org. In order to apply for our scholarship follow these instructions:
●  Go to www.facebook.com/myscholarships. On the left hand side of the page you will find an area entitled "10 Words or Less Scholarship". In the comment section underneath the "10 Words or Less Scholarship" answer the following:
 In 10 words or less, tell us why you deserve the $500 scholarship.
●  Before or After writing your Answer you will also need to "Like" our Facebook page.
Note we will only read the answers provided from people that have "Liked" our page.
     
31-Jan-16 by 12:00 p.m. Union Plus Scholarship Value: $500-$4,000

●  THE APPLICANT MUST BE ACCEPTED INTO A U.S. ACCREDITED COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY, COMMUNITY COLLEGE, TECHNICAL OR TRADE SCHOOL AT THE TIME THE AWARD IS ISSUED.
  Awards must be used for the 2016 - 2017 school year.
●  Current and retired members of unions participating in any Union Plus program, their spouses and their dependent children (as defined by IRS regulations) are eligible. Grandchildren are not eligible unless a legal dependent (as defined by IRS regulations).  At least one year of continuous union membership by the applicant, applicant's spouse or parent (if applicant is a dependent). The one year membership minimum must be satisfied by May 31, 2016.
●  Members of participating unions from the U.S., Puerto Rico, Guam and the U.S. Virgin Islands and Canada.
●  Undergraduate and graduate students are eligible to apply.
     
31-Jan-16 Canadian Women in Municipal Government Scholarship Value: The award will be $1,000, with one award to be awarded in each of the five regions of Canada:
British Columbia
The Prairies and Territories
Ontario
Quebec
Atlantic Canada

●  THE SCHOLARSHIP IS OPEN ONLY TO YOUNG WOMEN STUDENTS WHO ARE ENROLLED IN A CANADIAN SECONDARY SCHOOL
●  The student can be in any year of study in secondary school.
●  Applicants should be students who are making a contribution to their school's leadership teams or student councils.
     
31-Jan-16 Debut Atlantic Award for Musical Excellence  Value: $1,000

●  Canadian classical or world artists (individuals or small ensembles) are welcome to apply. Applicants must satisfy the following criteria in accordance with Canada Council guidelines:
●  Canadian Citizen: Artist must be a Canadian citizen or have Permanent Resident status as defined by Citizenship and Immigration Canada
●  Professional Musician (as defined by the following criteria):
 has specialized training in the field (not necessarily in academic institutions)
 is recognized as a professional by his or her peers (professional artists working in the same artistic tradition)
 has a history of public presentation in a professional context.
     
31-Jan-16 EnergyRates.Ca College Scholarship Value: $500

●  All applicants must be at least 18 years old on the date of the submission deadline, January 31, 2016.
●  Applicants must be enrolled in an American or Canadian post-secondary educational institution, and reside within either of those countries or their territories.
●  The subject of the essay must fall within the parameters described above.
●  The essay must be written in English or French, and have a length of no more than 500 words (not including title, applicant name, etc).
●  The scholarship funds must be used for some education-related expense, such as tuition, books, school fees, room and board, etc.
●  The winner of the scholarship grants EnergyRates.Ca non-exclusive publication rights to their essay, so that we can feature their winning essay on our scholarship site.
●  EnergyRates.Ca reserves the right to select a panel of judges and scoring methodology at its own discretion.
Saint John Diocesan parish awards 
Class Leader Awards Class leader award for each grade 12 course
Birks Medal The Birks Medal is awarded annually to a St. Malachy’s graduate in recognition of outstanding student leadership.  
Dr. R.S. McMurray Medals The Dr. R. S. McMurray Medals are awarded for outstanding achievement in both academic and athletic endeavours.
St. Malachy's Gold Medal The St. Malachy’s Gold Medal is awarded for outstanding achievement in both academic and interscholastic endeavours.
Terry Comeau Scholarship Award The Terry Comeau Scholarship Award is awarded for outstanding contribution to the Arts.
St. Malachy's Humanitarian Award
The Greg Cherry Memorial Scholarship
University of Toronto National Book Award The Toronto Book Award is awarded to a student who demonstrates superior academic performance, original and creative thought, and exceptional achievement in a broad context.
Jostens Award for Excellence The Jostens Award for Excellence is given to a student who conveys the necessary dedication in project commitment from beginning to end. This award carries with it over 30 years of tradition. The student who receives this award has worked diligently throughout the whole year in creating the yearbook. He or she has given the whole school community the opportunity to always remember the many great moments of this high school year. He or she has told the story of St. Malachy's from beginning to end and - for that: we thank you, it is no small undertaking!  
The Greg Cherry Memorial Prize for Drama
Dave Patterson Memorial Awards The Dave Patterson Memorial Scholarship, awarded to a graduating male and female volleyball player, was established to remember Dave Patterson and all he represented.  One award (for a female student) is donated by St. Malachy’s, and developed through the hosting of an annual volleyball tournament.  The other (for a male student) is donated on behalf of the Patterson Family.
Dave’s wonderful sense of humour, his dedication to sport, and his love of family truly defined who he was.  Dave was a person who made a difference in the lives of so many people.  The year that Dave retired from St. Malachy’s he was asked to state his “wish for the future”.  Dave’s response was:  “That teachers and students find ways to interact in a positive fashion since it only helps build our already powerful spirit of family”.
The Sister Margaret O'Rourke Office Technology Prize
The David MacPherson Memorial Scholarship
Bonnie Lloyd Memorial Scholarship The Bonnie Lloyd Memorial Scholarship was established by her family and friends in 1993 after her untimely death on November 25, 1992.  Majoring in English, Bonnie earned Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Education degrees.  She completed the Grade X Royal Conservatory exam in piano and had a love of the arts, specifically music and drama.  After teaching in the school system and raising a family, she taught children with special needs.  Two daughters graduated from St. Vincent’s High School, and a son and third daughter graduated from St. Malachy’s Memorial High School. 
Dr. Lund Community Service Award The Dr. Lund Community Service Award was established by the New Brunswick Medical Society in 1999 to honor Dr. Lund.  In addition to his work with the Medical Society, Dr. Lund has volunteered a tremendous amount of time serving on hospital and other professional associations.   He has been involved with the Canadian Association of Radiologists.  He has been an Associate Professor at Dalhousie University; President of the Lancaster Minor Hockey League; President of the Lancaster Minor Baseball Association, and Chair of School District 20.  The award is presented annually to a student who demonstrates a particular interest in community service – something that Dr. Lund has spent his life doing.  
Dr. Dino S. Andriani Prize The Dr. Dino S. Andriani Prize is awarded to the Most Improved Student in Science is awarded to the Most Improved Student in Science 
Compass Group Bursary
Cox & Palmer Award
The Jack Sharkey Award
Saint John YM/YWCA endowment Bursary
St. Malachy's Recyling Club Bursary
The Quinn Family Scholarship The Quinn Family Scholarship, awarded on behalf of the Quinn Family, is presented to a student who best exemplifies an all-around school spirit through participation in school activities, and who will be continuing his or her education at a post-secondary institution.
Brunswick Pipeline Scholarship The Brunswick Pipeline Scholarship is awarded to a student entering a program of study related to the technical trades, engineering, or sciences. 
Leslie Elizabeth Bruce Memorial Scholarship The Leslie Elizabeth Bruce Memorial Scholarship is presented to a student who demonstrates leadership and involvement in extracurricular activities, both in school and in the greater community.  The scholarship is donated by the Honourable Nancy Clark Teed Charitable Foundation and named after the late Leslie Bruce, a graduate of the Class of 1997.
Sadie & George Moses Memorial Bursary
The Patrick Mooney Memorial Scholarship
Stan Brown Bursary
St. Vincent's Boys-St. Malachy's Memorial High School Alumni Association Award
Smith Family Scholarship
O'Brien Memorial Scholarship
St. Malachy's Key Club Bursaries
J. Esmonde Barry Health Car Memorial Scholarship
Gary Sargent Memorial Scholarship
St. Malachy's Faculty Award
Saint John Harbour Liberal Association Bursary
Greek Canadian Community of New Brunswick Award
J. George Byrne Memorial Scholarship The life of J. George Byrne exemplifies the motto “Esse Quam Videri”.  To be rather than to seem was more than just a way of life – it pervaded George’s character.
George was a highly principled man whose accomplishments were many and extraordinary.  Even more considerable and defining were his humility, kindness, and warmth.  George possessed the right balance of all that is good and admirable in a person.  It is this balance that made him a true gentleman and so clearly reflects our school’s motto.
George was valedictorian at St. Malachy’s where he also received the Dr. R.S. McMurray Medal for outstanding achievement in both academics and athletics.  He was awarded a Beaverbrook Scholarship to pursue an Honours degree in English at the University of New Brunswick.  He also received a Beaverbrook Scholarship to study law.
Despite his extraordinary accomplishments, George’s greatest achievement was the pleasure he gave his family, friends, and acquaintances, and the positive influence he has had on their lives.  Truly, George was a man who sought to be rather than to seem.
McDonald's Employee Scholarship As one of the largest student employers in Canada, McDonald’s recognizes the important balance between school and part-time employment and through flexible scheduling practices, works to ensure education remains a top priority for its student employees.  The McDonald’s Employee Scholarship program was established more than 20 years ago to reward employees for their accomplishments on the job, at school, and in the community.  Since the program began, more than 4,000 McDonald’s employees have shared in scholarship awards totaling approximately $2.0 million.
The Saint John Art Club Scholarship
Kin Canada Bursary
Jason Dow Memorial Scholarship
The Leroy Merit Award
New Brunswick Central Midget Hockey League Bursary
The Fitzpatrick Bursary
Bullying Canada Scholarship
Herbert H. Carnegie Future Aces Foundation Scholarship
Bill Gale Bursary
Honorable Nancy Clark Teed Foundation Scholarship One of the primary purposes of the Foundation is to promote post-secondary education for students by the awarding of scholarships.  They are given to students throughout the greater Saint John area who showed a strong passion for their community.
The Canadian Federation of University Women Scholarship   http://static1.squarespace.com/static/544c4292e4b043057facc933/t/55e5e73de4b0271439fb7e43/1441130320707/The+CFUW-Saint+John+Scholarship+Fund
The Callaghan-Feeney Scholarship
Law Society Bursary
The Bishop Gilbert Memorial Scholarship
St. Pius X Catholic Women's League Award
St. Peter's Catholic Women's League Award
Joshua Porter Gunn Bursary   http://static1.squarespace.com/static/544c4292e4b043057facc933/t/559d320fe4b0ff7423baddde/1436365327785/Josh+Gunn_Bursary_June18.pdf
John Kelly Recreation Bursary  http://static1.squarespace.com/static/544c4292e4b043057facc933/t/55e5e984e4b011783cb1131a/1441130907634/John+Kelly+Recreation+Bursary+Fund.pdf
Jack, Lois and Cindy Kid Bursary   http://static1.squarespace.com/static/544c4292e4b043057facc933/t/55e5ea00e4b067c1f00ad316/1441131030119/Jack+Lois+and+Cindy+Kidd+Fund.pdf
Gregory J. Bangay Memorial Bursary   http://static1.squarespace.com/static/544c4292e4b043057facc933/t/55cc940be4b065516c5cf973/1439470603410/The+Gregory+J.+Bangay+Memorial+Bursary+Fund.pdf
Constable Doug Larche Memorial Bursary  http://static1.squarespace.com/static/544c4292e4b043057facc933/t/5603fe23e4b07ebf58da5b8f/1443102243031/Doug+Larche+Memorial+Fund_SEPT+24.pdf
Constable Royce Isenor Memorial Bursary   http://static1.squarespace.com/static/544c4292e4b043057facc933/t/55e5e4b0e4b0c5561cc0e900/1441130196052/Constable+Isenor+Fund
Charles F.W. Starkey Memorial Scholarship   http://static1.squarespace.com/static/544c4292e4b043057facc933/t/55e84b32e4b027463c9f3af1/1441286997802/Charles+Starkey+Memorial+Fund.pdf
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