Scholarships, Bursaries & Awards
available to 
St. Malachy's Memorial High School Students
Check the following link for more information: Scholarships​
 

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7-May-18

NEADS National Students Awards Program

Value:
  NEADS National Student Awards ($3,000 each)
  NEADS Holly Bartlett Memorial Award ($1,000)
•  NEADS Christine Nieder Memorial Award ($1,000)
  AMI Scholarship (2 at a value of $5,000 each)

  Applicants must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada
•  Applicants must have a permanent disability
•  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.
*For the purpose of these awards, a permanent disability is a permanent functional limitation which affects the ability of the student to participate fully in post-secondary education.

 



     

11-May-18

Bayview Credit Union Roy MacKin Memorial Scholarship

Value: 4 @ $1,000

•  Students who are members or whose parents/guardians are members of Bayview Credit Union.
•  These scholarships are non-renewable but previous winners may reapply each year.
•  The scholarships are contingent upon actual full-time enrollment in a postsecondary 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-18

Ken Dryden Scholarship

Value: TBD

  You are a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident.
•  You have met the college and/or university entry requirements.
•  You are applying to any publicly-funded Canadian college or university. 
•  You and working towards your undergraduate degree or college diploma.
•  You are under the age of 30 before the date of the application deadline.

You are in or were in the child welfare/protection system - this means that you have been at least one the following:
•  Temporary Care
•  Permanent Care
•  Non-Care Agreements
•  Extended or After-care Agreements
•  Youth in Custody
•  Traditional Customary Care
•  Formal Customary Care
•  Kinship Services
•  Adoption (if adopted after being in care of a Child Welfare agency)
     

15-May-18

MADD Saint John and Area

Value: TBD

 Graduating from a High School within our jurisdiction Grand Bay/Westfield-Sussex
•  Good academic standing
•  Pursuing Post-Secondary Education at a recognized institution
•  Community Involvement and Leadership Skills
•  Currently a volunteer in their community

* Preference will be given to those who display leadership and community involvement AND have passion and enthusiasm that has lead to your choice of volunteer activities.


     

30-May-18

St. Martins Phil Huttges Memorial Bursary

Value: TBD

•  Bursary is available to students who have previously attended St. Martins School.
  Bursary will be awarded to a student furthering their education. 

     

31-May-18

Childhood Cancer Canada’s Scholarship

Value: $1,500

•  Open to young adult cancer survivors who are residents, and currently residing in Canada.
•  The Program supports post-secondary academic endeavors and recognizes the personal triumphs of exemplary students who have survived a childhood cancer journey (diagnosed age 18 years or younger).
•  A one-time award for students in any full-time university, college, or vocational training program.
•  Students may be in any year of their studies provided that they are enrolled in school for the fall term that the scholarships are awarded in.
     

31-May-18

Gym Pros Scholarship

Value: $1,000

•  This scholarship is open to all the students who are currently enrolled in colleges, universities or high schools.  Students of any stream/branch of education anywhere in the world are eligible to apply for this scholarship.
•  Applicants must have attained age of 18 years as on last date of scholarship.
•  GPA should be at least 2.5.
•  There is no fee to submit for this scholarship.
     

31-May-18

New Brunswick Medical Education Foundation Scholarship

Value: TBD

•  The following Scholarships are available to students who have been accepted to an undergraduate medical program and are residents of New Brunswick.
•  The New Brunswick Education Foundation was established to encourage medical students to establish medical practice in New Brunswick following the completion of their studies.
     

1-May-17

CUPE 1253 Scholarship

Value: 2@$500


•  Available annually for attendance to any Post-Secondary Institution: University, community College or other accreted Post-Secondary Institution
•  Students- sons, daughters or legal ward graduating from grade 12 and have at least one parent that is in good standing in CUPE 1253.
•  Basis of Award: Consideration will be given graduation marks, aptitude, promise and need.
     

1-May-17

Hugh H. MacKay-James A. MacMurry Scholarship

Value: Minumun $3,500


 Open to residents of the Province of New Brunswick who will graduate from high school in May/Jun of the year of application and who intend to enroll in a New Brunswick , Nova Scotia or Prince Edward Island University in the fall of the same year.
•  Scholarships will be awarded, each with a minimun of $3,500 per year for each of the four years of the student's degree progam.
•  Be intersted in preparing for a career in business
•  Be an exceptional student
     

1-May-17

Opportunities NB Bursary

Value: 10@$1,000

• 
 To ensure that we have the people to fill the available jobs, we want to help students with the cost of their first year of post-secondary education. We have created the #NBProud Bursary initiative to support students choosing to continue their education and build their careers in New Brunswick.
•   The bursaries are not renewable.
•  The bursary is open to Canadians and newcomers to Canada.
     

1-May17

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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.
•  Students who have demonstrated strong academic ability, leadership potential, volunteer work, extra-curricular activities, work experience and good citizenship.
•  Enrolled in any program. 
     

1-May-17

The Saint John Law Society Bursary Fund

Value: $500

 Available to students graduating from these Saint John area high schools:
Harbour View High; Saint John High; St. Malachy’s High; Simonds High; Rothesay High; Kennebecasis Valley High
•   Pursuing a post-secondary program of studies that year at any educational institution.
•  The principal selection criteria is financial need. Academic achievement and participation in extracurricular/community activities may also be considered.
Please see guidance for more information.
     

1-May-17

The Super Steel Bursary Fund

Value: $1,000

•  Available to students graduating from these Saint John area high schools:
Harbour View; Saint John High; St. Malachy’s; Simonds; Rothesay; Kennebecasis
Valley
•  The principal selection criteria are financial need, academic achievement and participation in extracurricular music activities.
•  In support of post-secondary study in a music-related field
Please see guidance for more information.


     

15-May-17

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.
     

15-May-17

Canadian Federation of University Women Scholarship Entrance Scholarship to UNBSJ

Value: $1,000

•  Female Student graduating from any Saint John area high school and entering her first year of studies at the University of New Brunswick, Saint John in September
•  Priority considerations will be given based on academic standing and financial need
     

15-May-17

Centennial School (The Robin Award)

Value: TBD


•  All students who attended Centennial School for 3 or more years are eligible to apply.
     

15-May-17

Forest Hills Home and School Bursary

Value: $250

•  This Bursary is awarded in recognition of a former Forest Hills School student for their all round achievement, volunteer work, and who will be entering their first year of university, college, or any other accredited post secondary institution.
•  Students eligible to apply are those who have attended Forest Hills School in ASDS for a minimum of at least two consecutive years.
•   A $250 bursary awarded to a grade 12 student from an ASDS Saint John Centre.
•   Need to list the volunteer services you have done within our community.
•   Must be within good academic standing.
•   Enclose a brief letter responding to the topics on Forest Hills Vision Statement on last page of application.
•   If selected, must attend Forest Hills School Celebrate Assembly.
•   Mail completed application with letter to: Forest Hills Home and School Association.
     

15-May-17

Glen Falls School Bursary

Value: $500

  This Bursary is awarded in recognition of a former student of Glen Falls School for all round achievement, and who is entering first year of University, by the Glen Falls Alumni Association.   
•  Please see guidance for application.

     

15-May-17

Mattinson Scholarship Program for Students with Disabilities

Value: Up to 4@$2,000

•  Applications are by nomination only, and only one nominee from each of Universities Canada’s member institutions will be accepted.
•  The candidates must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada, and have a minimum academic average of 80%. 
•  Candidates must be diagnosed with a permanent disability which is documented and is the primary disability for which they are applying.
     

15-May-17

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.
   

•  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.  
•  Each bursary will be paid to the post-secondary school on behalf of the award winner in the second semester , upon satisfactory proof of the student’s registration.
•  The award winners’ names will be announced at their graduation ceremonies.   
     

15-May-17

NEADS - Carol Thompson Memorial Fund Scholarship and the Doreen Kronick Scholarship

Value: $1,000

•  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.
•  The Doreen Kronick Scholarship (DKS) may be awarded to a person who is pursuing a program of graduate study in a university that will assist learning disabled students. Unlike the Carol Thomson Memorial Scholarship, the DKS applicants need not have a learning disability.
•  Applications are reviewed according to the following criteria: the student's future educational program leading towards assisting persons with learning disabilities; the submission of a satisfactory academic record; the student's contribution to his or her community and to campus life.
     

15-May-17

St. Vincent's Alumnae Association Entrance Scholarship

Value: 2@$500 to female students

  Two Entrance Scholarships to females graduating from high school in June who are direct descendants of a member of St. Vincent's Alumnae and are entering first year of studies at a recognized post-secondary institution on a full time basis. 
•  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.
  Further information and application forms available on the website at www.stvincents.ca (go to "Scholarships" link) or by contacting alumnae@stvincents.ca or by leaving a message at 693-6372.
     

15-May-17

TADD NB Bursary/Award

Value: $500


 Bursary: The bursary is for a TADD student who is enrolled in a post-secondary program beginning in September 2017.
•  Award: The award is for a TADD student who may or may not be attending a post-secondary program in September 2017.
•  Applicant must be a graduating student
•  To have attended a Provincial TADD conference
•  To have been actively involved in TADD within your school
    
*Please see guidance for more information
     

15-May-17

The Donald Cummings Apprenticeship and Industry Training Scholarship for Students with Learning Disabilities

Value: $500


•  A completed application form must be filled out with all the necessary information.
•  Candidates must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents who have lived in Canada for at least two years.
Proof of residency documents must be included.
•  Candidates must be registered as an apprentice in a trade in their province/territory.
•  Candidates must have at least one or more periods of technical training remaining in their program.
•  Candidates must be diagnosed with a documented learning disability which is the primary disability. A reference letter from a doctor, teacher, principal or service provider, must be one of the three letters of reference, confirming the diagnosis and information about the learning disability, date of diagnosis and services received for the learning disability.
Note: ADD/ADHD alone is not considered a learning disability.
Eligible candidates with ADD/ADHD must also provide a letter from a teacher/principal, doctor or psychologist confirming the diagnosis of a specific learning disability.
Please do not send confidential copies of your private psychological assessment or IEP. They will not be read and will
be shredded.
     

15-May-17

The Gertrude Aarels Memorial Scholarsh
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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-17

The Royal Canadian Legion Lancaster Branch #69

Value: $500

  Bursaries will be awarded to students who have successfully completed High School and have been enrolled and accepted in a recognized post secondary educational institution (i.e. University, College, Technical School, Nursing School, etc). 
•  The student must also be a first year student.
•  Please see guidance for application.
•  Children of Ordinary Members (VETERANS) including parents, grand parents and great grand parents who are or were ordinary members of Lancaster Branch #69.
     

15-May-17

YMCA Endowment Bursary

Value: TBD

•   The YMCA of Greater Saint John's Endowment Board is proud to support students with our annual Endowment Bursary.
•  All Grade 12 students, as well as students enrolled in a post secondary institution for the 2017-2018 school year are elidgible to apply.
     

19-May-17

Epilepsy Assocation of Nova Scotia
Bursary
Value: $500

 Awards for students living with epilepsy
  Open to all residents of the Maritimes
•  Bursaries are awarded based on financial need. However, scholastic achievement, volunteer and work experience, and extracurricular activities will be taken into consideration.  
     

19-May-17

John T. McMillian Jr. Memorial Scholarship

Value: $1,000

•  Scholarship awarded to a deserving student of Simonds High School to further their education.
•   A student who is planning to continue with post-secondary education
•  A student who has a good attendance recored (Please attach attendance)
•  A student who participates in school activities and exhibits a high level of school spirit and or participates in extra curricular activities
•  A student who maintains a minimum of 70% grade average
•  Please attach a transcript of marks
•  A short essay about yourself "MUST" accompany this application in order to be considered.
•  If all requested information is not attached, your application will not be considered.

Mail to:
John T. McMillian Jr. Scholarship
P.O. Bopx 635
Saint John, NB E2L 4A5
     

19-May-17

The Epilepsy Association of Nova Scotia Memorial Scholarships

Value: 2@$500

• 
Awards for students living with epilepsy
• 
Open to all residents of the Maritimes.
•  Bursaries are awarded based on financial need. However, scholastic achievement, volunteer and work experience, and extracurricular activities will be taken into consideration. 

     

19-May-17

The Lister Bursary

Value: TBD

•  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
•   Bursaries are available for any post-secondary education including, but not limited to, university, community college, and any private post-secondary educational school.

     

19-May-17

The WorkSafeNB Health and Safety Educator Award

Value: One recipient or group will be chosen from the anglophone sector and one from the francophone sector for a total of two awards.
Winners will be awarded a plaque and a prize of $500. An equivalent cash prize of $500 will be awarded to the recipient’s school.


•  Is an employee of a school or Early Learning and Child Care (ELCC) centre in either a K-12 or ELCC-12 environment, and has clearly demonstrated a commitment to creating a safety culture for New Brunswick youth.
•  Emphasizes the importance of health and safety through curriculum and acts as a role model for safe and healthy practices at the school/centre and during extracurricular events.
•  Promotes health and safety for youth by engaging external safety speakers, such as health and safety or subject-matter experts.
•  Partners with WorkSafeNB to develop and promote health and safety initiatives (may use WorkSafeNB’s health and safety resources, participate in the CCOHS and WorkSafeNB annual youth video contest, etc.).
•  Goes above and beyond to support the overall message of health and safety for New Brunswick youth.

     

19-May-17

Youth Education Awards for Brain Tumour Survivors

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 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 2016 Fall academic term.
•  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. If there is an interruption for medical reasons, a medical note is required and eligibility may be opened again.

  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.
     

26-May-17

Saint John Energy Bursary

Value: $1,000

  To a graduate student plannint to pursue a Degree at an accredited university in the field of Electrical Engineering or Business Administration. 
•  The bursary recipient must be a resident of Saint John. 
•  Please see guidance for the more information and the form.
     

27-May-17

New Brunswick Public Colleges Entrance Program

Value: $1,000

  The total value of this scholarship is $1,000 awarded in two equal installments against to student tuition fees: the 1st installment is awarded at the beginning of the academic year, and the 2nd at the beginning of the second term upon successful completion of the first term and the student has returned to class.
  All Anglophone and Francophone New Brunswick public high school graduate students accepted (or on a waiting list) in the current year at any campus of the New Brunswick Community College, the Collège communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick or the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design are eligible.
•  One scholarship is available for each New Brunswick public high school in the year for which it was granted.
•  Your application form should be sent to your high school Guidance Office (Guidance Counsellor).
     

31-May-17

CIBC Contest

Value: $10,000
CIBC has put forward $10,000 ($20,000 for CIBC clients) to help a student pay his or her first-year tuition.


The Contest is open to all legal residents of Canada who:
•   Reside in any province or territory within Canada
•   Are sixteen (16) years of age or older as of the date of entering the 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 Contest and potentially become a winner of a prize
•   Are current registered students in good standing at a high school in Canada, and have applied to attend a College or University in Canada 
•   Have only one Student Life Network account, which must be created before  the end of the Contest Period (unless entering via the MailIn Entry)
•   Are not employees, representatives or agents of the Contest Group Entities, or anyone domiciled with such employees, representatives or agents (whether related or not), or a Contest judge


     

31-May-17

Hampton Area Chamber of Commerce  FREDERICK R. DEARBORN  BURSARY  

Value: $1,000


  Residency in Greater Hampton Area, as served by the Hampton area Chamber of Commerce.
  Must show proof of acceptance in a Post-Secondary instutution, with special attention given to those applying for a course realated to business practice and/or entrepreneurship.
  Essay must accompany application.
  Upon approval a joint cheque will be issued to the successful applicant and the institution of study.

     

31-May-17

James Pon Memorial Award

Value: 1st Prize: $500, 2nd Prize: $300, 3rd Prize: $200


•  Entrants for this scholarship must be enrolled in a post secondary education program (college or university) in Canada for September 2017.
     

31-May-17

Karthiha Guruparan and Bill Winsor Scholarship (Canadian Scholarship Trust Plan)

Value: 2@$6,00 One female for the Guruparan Scholarship and one male for the Winsor Scholarship.

   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.
•   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.
     

31-May-17

Learning Matters Education Charity Bursary (Canadian Scholarship Trust Plan)

Value: Up to 6@$2,500


•  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-17

LM Scholarship (Leavitt Machinery)

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.



     

31-May-17

Pat Fletcher Scholarship

Value: Up to $3,000

•  Up to $3,000 per year are awarded to be put towards tuition, books, room and board.
•  Recipients are expected to re-apply on a yearly basis outlining their academic and athletic achievements in order to receive continued support from the Foundation.
•  Open to any Canadian student under the age of 25 who is in need of financial assistance for the purpose of pursuing an education at the post secondary level.
•  A dedication to their studies with a track record of academic success
•  A well-rounded lifestyle including non-academic interests and community involvement
•  An interest and ability in golf and a respect for the traditions of the game
     

31-May-17

Saint John Country Music Legacy Fund

Value: $1,000


•  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)
•  The principal selection criteria are financial need, academic and musical achievement and participation in extracurricular and music-related activities.
•  In support of post-secondary study in a music-related field
 
     

31-May-17

UFC Beyond Scholarship Program

Value: $5,000


This program is designed for applicants of any age. Applicants must be:
•  A legal and permanent resident of Canada
•  Diagnosed with inflammatory arthritis by a physician
•  Seeking an associate’s, undergraduate, or graduate degree from a Canadian university; a diploma or certificate from a Canadian college; or enrolled in a trade school educational program
•  Enrolled in or awaiting acceptance from a Canadian-based institution of higher education for the fall/winter semester of 2017/2018
•  A student who demonstrates academic ambition and embraces a way of life that goes above and beyond the boundaries of living with inflammatory arthritis.
     

Varies

Canadian Hospitality Foundation Scholarship

Value: Varies

  ONLY Canadian Citizens and Landed Immigrants are able to apply.
•  Applicants must not have received any other Canadian Hospitality Foundation scholarships.


  
*Please visit website for more information

     

8-Jun-18

Sweet Caroline Foundation Scholarship

Value: TBD

  Open to residents of New Brunswick (regardless of age) who will be enrolled in an accredited post-secondary program for the 2018-2019 academic year.
The winning essay applicants will be required to provide proof of acceptance and enrollment.
•  The applicant does not need to have food allergies to be eligible to apply, however; must have a strong understanding of food allergies and be involved in raising awareness and educating others.
•  Selected recipients will demonstrate a strong commitment and creative approach to raising awareness and educating others about life threatening allergies.
     

30-Jun-18

Maurice Daigle Scholarship Fund And N.B. Growers Golf Tournament Scholarship

Value: TBD

•  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
•  Applications must be received by the selection committee on or before June 30th.
     

1-Jun-17

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)
•  There is no requirement in terms physical disability or ability. All applications are welcome
     

1-Jun-17 by 5:00p.m.

AbbVie IBD Scholarship

Value: 10@$5,000

Applicants of any age are encouraged to apply and must be:
•  A citizen or permanent resident of Canada
•  Diagnosed with Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis by a health care professional
•  Seeking a diploma, associate, undergraduate, or graduate degree from a Canadian university, college or trade school
•  Enrolled in or awaiting acceptance from a Canadian-based post-secondary educational institution for the 2017 fall semester
•  A student who demonstrates academic aspiration and strives to sustain an optimal level of wellness in spite of their Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis, allowing them to excel to reach their goals and inspire others to do the same.
•  Employees of Crohn’s and Colitis Canada or AbbVie and their immediate family members are not eligible for this scholarship.
     

1-Jun-17

Fraser Institute Student Essay Contest

Value: High School 1st Prize: $1,500, 2nd Prize: $1,000, 3rd Prize: $500
Undergraduate: 1st Prize: $1,500, 2nd Prize: $1,000, 3rd Prize: $500
Graduate: 1st Prize: $1,500, 2nd Prize: $1,000, 3rd Prize: $500


•  The contest is open to Canadian students only.
•  A student is defined as someone who attends school in the 2016/2017 school year or is enrolled to attend in 2017/2018.
•  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 2016/2017 school year; for example, if you are an undergraduate student from fall 2016 until spring 2017, you qualify in the ‘Undergraduate’ category.
     

1-Jun-17

Odenza Vacations College Scholarship

Value: $500

•  Be between the ages of 17 and 24 on September 1st, 2017
•  Submit answer to the essay question, which can be found on the application page, prior to the June 1st, 2017 deadline.
•  Have a GPA of 2.5 or greater.
•  Be a resident of the United States or Canada


     

1-Jun-17

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-17

The Rotary Club of Saint John Scholarship

Value: $500 to $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.
•  Submissions in English or French are welcome!
•  Please see guidance for application.

     

2-Jun-17

Got a Spine Scholarship

Value: $500

•  Be attending college or university no later than October of 2017.
•  Be attending college or university on a full-time basis by October of 2017.
•  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 2017.
   *Note that you can be enrolled in any field of study.


     

9-Jun-17

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.



     

9-Jun-17

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.





     

9-Jun-17

Music scholarship - HEC

Value: 2@$750


•  Awarded to grade 12 students in the Hampton Education Centre who plan 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 Mentor
490 Woodward Avenue
Saint John, NB
E2K 5N3
     

9-Jun-17

Music scholarship - SJEC

Value: 2@$750


•  Awarded to grade 12 students in the Saint John Education Centre who plan 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 Mentor
490 Woodward Avenue
Saint John, NB
E2K 5N3
     

9-Jun-17

Music scholarship - SSEC

Value: $800


  Awarded to one grade 12 student in the St. Stephen 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 Mentor
490 Woodward Avenue
Saint John, NB
E2K 5N3

     

10-Jun-17

Canadian Medical Hall of Fame Scholarship

Value: $4,000

 $4,000 distributed as $1,000 per year for up to four years of post-secondary education at any accredited Canadian university. First-year CEGEP students may defer their scholarship (if awarded) for one year while they complete their second-year at CEGEP.
•  Four scholarship recipients will be selected each year, one from each of the following geographic regions: 1) Western provinces (AB BC MB SK); 2) Ontario; 3) Quebec; 4) Atlantic provinces and Territories (NB NL NS PE NT NU YT).
•  Academic excellence (applicants must have an average of 85% or higher to apply)
•  Examples of tasks or activities that demonstrate your ability to:
    
- Lead other people
     - Work in collaboration with others
     - Communicate effectively
     - Raise awareness about social issues that you are passionate about
     - Live your life with honesty, integrity, respect and compassion
•  Awards and recognition
•  Extra-curricular activities and community service
•  Evidence of interest in pursuing an education and career in medical/health sciences.
•  Scholarship recipients must maintain an 80% average or higher annually to be granted the subsequent amounts.
     

15-Jun-17

AIA and the University of the Aftermarket Foundation (UofAF) Scholarship Program

Value: $1,000

•  Qualified applicants must either be a graduating high school senior or have graduated from high school within the past two years.
•  Applicants must be enrolled in a college-level program, university or an accredited automotive program.
•  Students must be enrolled full-time for the year of the scholarship. 
•  You must be enrolled for September of the year you are applying until April of the following year.
•  Priority will be given to those pursuing a career in the automotive aftermarket.
•  Participants must be attending a full-time program in Canada. Graduate programs and undergraduate part-time programs do not qualify.
     

15-Jun-17

Communication Contest for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (CCDHH) 

Value: 2,500

•  Open to young people through grade 12 in the United States and Canada, to CEGEP in Québec and grade 13 in the Caribbean, who are educated in the United States, Canada or the Caribbean.
•  Students must submit the results of an audiogram completed no longer than 24 months prior to the date of the contest by a qualified audiologist.
•  Students must be certified to have a hearing loss of 40 decibels or more, which must be supported by the audiogram in order to be eligible to compete.
     

15-Jun-17

Global Lift Equipment Scholarship

Value: $500


•  Be currently attending or planning on attending a post-secondary institution in Canada or the US by September of 2017.
•  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-17

Monsanto Fund Opportunity Scholarship 

Value: $1,500

  Available to Canadian high school students who are enrolled in their final year of high school as of May 29, 2017 and eligible to graduate from high school in 2017.
•  Those eligible for a scholarship must be planning to enroll at a Canadian post‑secondary institution (degree or diploma) in a first-year agriculture, food science or culinary program.


     

15-Jun-17

The Kidney Foundation of Canada Atlantic Canada Branch Bursary Application

Value: The total funds available are $2,000 annually. 4 awards of $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
     

19-Jun-17

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.


     

23-Jun-17

Public Service Alliance Scholarship

Value:
  one $4,000 PSAC-AGR National Scholarship;
•  one $4,000 PSAC-Coughlin National Scholarship;
  two $3,000 PSAC-AGR National Scholarships;
  two $3,000 PSAC-Coughlin National Scholarships;
  one $2,000 J.R. (Joe) Power National Scholarship;
  seven $1,000 Regional Scholarships — one for each of the seven regions (Atlantic, Quebec, National Capital Region, Ontario, Prairies, British Columbia, and the North).
  three $2,000 National Member Scholarships (for PSAC members only);

  The program consists of 14 scholarships for dependant children of PSAC members and three scholarships for PSAC members who are returning to university, college or a recognized institute of higher learning on a full-time basis. 
  PSAC members must be in good standing as of March 31st of the current year.   
•  The scholarships are not restricted to first-year students. 
•  No applicant will be awarded a scholarship more than once.


     

30-Jun-17

BBG Communications Scholarship (Breylan Communications)

Value: $500

•  Designed for students between the ages of 16 and 21 who are currently in or will be attending an institution of higher education in the Fall of 2017.
•  Have at least one full year of post secondary studies remaining at the time of the award
•  Have a GA of 2.5 or greater.
•  Be a citizen of the United States or Canada

     

30-Jun-17

Charlotte Glencross Scholarship

Value: $1,000

•  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 Glencross Scholarship for Professional Development in the Arts is an award that is determined on a competitive basis, and may be awarded to a candidate who:
  
- Has demonstrated exceptional potential and talent as an artist; and
  
- 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 of arts professional.
     

30-Jun-17

Gender Equality Scholarship

Value: Up to $2,000

  The Scholarship Program is intended to encourage and support women and men pursuing a non-traditional career at a New Brunswick college.
  Scholarships of equal value up to a maximum of $2,000 will be awarded.
  You are a resident of New Brunswick.
•  You are continuing your education and/or re-entering the school system as a mature student.
     

30-Jun-17

Gti Broker Group - Leader of the Pack Scholarship

Value: $2,000

•  Current resident of NB, NS or NFLD.
•  Current Secondary Student (or has graduated within the past 12 months).
•  Accepted and entering a Canadian College or University in the 2017/18 academic year.
•  Proof of acceptance to at least one Canadian College or University. This does not have to be from the College/University you plan to attend. If you are selected as the scholarship recipient, we will confirm where you will be attending at that time.
•  Demonstrated leadership and a strong commitment to his/her community through initiating innovative community projects and/or volunteerism
     

30-Jun-17

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-17

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-17

June Callwood Harmony Scholarships

Value: 10@$1,000

  To graduating high school students from across Canada who will be attending university or college in the fall and have done work on diversity issues.
•  These students are highly active in combating racism and discrimination in their schools and communities by building on the values of harmony and equity.
•  Scholarships are awarded annually at our Harmony Award Gala.


     

30-Jun-17

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 2017
•  Submit a completed online application form prior to the deadline


     

30-Jun-17

Maurice Daigle Scholarship Fund

Value: TBD



     

30-Jun-17

NBBTU Apprentice Training Bursary

Value: If you are an apprentice who meets the scholarship requirements, there are 2 awards of $500/year to 2 separate recipients. You may only receive a bursary once throughout your Block Training however you may apply multiple times

•  Be admitted into an apprenticeship block training for a construction trade; and,
•  Be a member of the New Brunswick Building Trades Unions
•  Please note that you can only be eligible for the bursary once during your apprenticeship, if successful. 
 
     

30-Jun-17

OYF Memorial Scholarship (Outstanding Young Farmers)

Value: 2@$1,000

  Two $1,000 scholarships are awarded annually. One scholarship is awarded to an individual entering post secondary education from high school. The second scholarship is awarded to an individual who has already completed at least one year of post secondary study.
  Open to any individual in Canada pursuing post secondary education leading to a diploma or degree in agriculture.
     

30-Jun-17

Post-Secondary School Scholarship

Value: 21@$1,000

The United Steelworkers distribute 21 scholarships of $1,000 each to qualified secondary students across Canada, to be distributed as follows :
District 3: 5 Scholarships (Western Provinces)
District 5: 6 Scholarships (Quebec)
District 6: 2 Scholarships (Atlantic Region)
District 6: 6 Scholarships (Ontario)
National Locals: 2 Scholarships

•  The scholarships shall be awarded to members of the United Steelworkers in good
standing, or their children, who are completing high school and starting
post-secondary studies this year. “Children” include biological or birth children,
children by adoption, and children by other, equivalent relationship.
•  Applicants who have previously won a USW Post-Secondary Scholarship are NOT
eligible to win again.
•  Applicants who have already begun their post-secondary studies are NOT eligible for
this award.
     

30-Jun-17

Royal Canadian Legion Ladies Auxiliary Command

Value: TBA


  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.
  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-17

Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Education Foundation

Value: $1,000-$5,000


•  The Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Education Foundation awards scholarships annually to Royal Royal Canadian Sea Cadets entering the
first year of a University or Community College course leading to a degree or diploma or a post secondary training programme which will lead to certification in a recognized profession.
•  Applicants must have participated in the Royal Canadian Sea Cadet programme for a minimum of 24 months
•  A Cadet who ages out of the program in the training year prior to commencing post secondary education is eligible to apply in June of that training year. (Example; a Cadet who ages out in November may apply in June of the following year.) A Cadet who does not age out and remains active in the programme while attending the first year of post secondary education programme may apply for a scholarship for the second year of the programme. Cadets who decide to take a break of not more than 24 months between completing high school and starting a post secondary education programme may apply for a scholarship in the year that they are going to recommence their formal education. •  Applicants who seek exemptions from these rules will be considered on a case-by-case basis.   
•  These scholarships will not be granted to applicants who enrol in the Canadian Forces' Regular Officer Training Plan.          
     

30-Jun-17

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-17

The DalSense CNIB Scholarship for Students with Vision Loss

Value: $500

  The DalSense CNIB Scholarship for Students with Vision Loss is an annual one-time award of $500 granted to a Canadian living with vision loss, who is attending or planning to attend a university or college in Canada in 2017-2018 leading to a degree or diploma.
•  This scholarship is made possible as a result of the fundraising efforts of the DalSense Society at Dalhousie University.
•  Academic performance, service to the community, financial need and answers to the questions in the application will be taken into consideration.


     

30-Jun-17

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-17

The Honorable Rear-Admiral Fred Mifflin Memorial Scholarship (Navy League)

Value: $3,000

•  Each year, the Navy League of Canada issues one Maritime Affairs Scholarship valued at $3,000 to an active Sea Cadet entering an accredited post-secondary program within the maritime sector.
     

30-Jun-17

Tim McCarthy Environment Prize (New Brunswick Ferderation of Labour)

Val
ue: $500

• 
 This prize is open to NBFL members or their children, who are pursuing higher education in fields relating to environmental protection and education.             
•  Applicants may be in their first or subsequent years of post secondary studies.
•  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.


     

31-Jul-18

Eastern College Retail Bursary

Value: Up to $1,500

 Available to former retail store employees who present the official
bursary flyer at any Eastern College campus.
•  Valid for students who enroll in a Eastern College diploma program that starts between February 1, 2018 to July 31, 2018.
•  The program must exceed 25 weeks in duration.
•  Bursary amount is based on the duration of the program.
•  May not be combined with any other bursary or program discount. All
bursaries must be reported to any funding agencies. Employee must have
been laid off from a retail store after June 1, 2017.