For scholarships available through the Athabasca University Student’s Union, see the AUSU website at www.ausu.org
MICHAEL LUCHKOVICH SCHOLARSHIPS FOR CAREER DEVELOPMENT
Administrator: Alberta Scholarship Programs
Notes: Must have been working full-time in Alberta for a minimum of three years. Program of study may be up to six months of full-time study or up to one year of part-time study. Deadlines are December 1st, April 1st and August 1st. See the Web site for more details.
Alberta Scholarship Program
9940 – 106 Street, 9th Floor, P.O. Box 28000, Station Main
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 4R4
NATIONAL ABORIGINAL SPECIAL YOUTH ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS
Administrator: National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation
Notes: Any Aboriginal or Canadian may nominate individuals of 15 to 24 years of age of First Nations, Inuit or Métis heritage who have demonstrated outstanding achievement. Include two support letters and a resumé or biographical equivalent with application. Contact for info.
National Aboriginal Achievement Awards Secretariat
70 Yorkville Avenue, Suite 33A
Toronto, Ontario M5R 1B9
Phone: (416) 926-0775
Fax: (416) 926-7554
Toll Free: (800) 329-9780
Web Site: http://www.naaf.ca
AS PRIME MINISTER AWARDS
Students interested in trying out for this year’s As Prime Minister Awards will want to check out the Live internet form on May 14, 2003, at 7:30 EST. Join Robin Rix, national winner of the 2002 As Prime Minister Awards (http://www.asprimeminister.com/), as he shares his application experience, the excitement of attending the national judging program along with 49 other semifinalists and what it’s like to be a Magna As Prime Minister Awards national winner.