CRA OUTSTANDING UNDERGRADUATE AWARD PROGRAM
Value: $1,000 (2)
Application Deadline: October 15
Description: Undergraduate students attending university or college in Canada or the United States. Majoring in computer science, computer engineering, or an equivalent program. Shows outstanding research potential in an area of computing research. Academic record and community service will be considered. Nomination by the department chair or faculty member is required.
Contact Information: Computing Research Association (CRA)
Web Site: http://www.cra.org/highlights/student.html
JEANS FOR GENES DAY SCHOLARSHIP
Administrator: Canadian Gene Cure Foundation
Award Amount: $2,000.00
Award Deadline: Friday, October 20, 2006
Notes: Students fundraise money for Jeans for Genes Day to benefit the Canadian Gene Cure Foundation and Canadian genetic research. Those who raise $1000 or more, are eligible to win a $2000 scholarship.
MASTER’S AND DOCTORATE DEGREE BURSARIES
Application period: December 15 to March 1 of each year.
This program fosters one of the fundamental objectives of the Fondation Desjardins, which is to encourage Quebecers to pursue graduate studies.
Eligibility and renewal: To be eligible, applicants must reside in Quebec and be Canadian citizens or have permanent resident status. Once the selected applicant accepts the bursary, he or she must prove full-time enrolment in a university program at the master’s or doctoral level. Bursaries are renewable once per level by submitting a new application.
HEALTH CARE PRACTICUM PLACEMENT GRANTS
Administrator: Northern Alberta Development Council, The
Award Amount: $1,000.00
Region of Residence: Alberta
Notes: Northern Alberta Health Regions provide funds to assist practicum students with the cost of housing and travel. Regions choose students based on local needs.
Administrator: Calgary Foundation
Award Amount: $5,000.00
Award Deadline: Thursday, March 15, 2007
Notes: Applicant must be a resident of Calgary, be at least 40 years old and working on the completion and publication of his/her first book of fiction. Contact for details.
Phone: (403) 802-7711 Fax: (403) 802-7701
Web Site: http://www.thecalgaryfoundation.org/pdf/kinsmen_club_criteria.pdf
Application Address: http://www.thecalgaryfoundation.org/pdf/kinsmen_club_app.pdf
FOUNDATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF ABORIGINAL YOUTH PROGRAM (FAAY)
Value: $750 – $2,500
Number of Awards: 103
Application Deadline: October 13,2006
Description: For Canadian citizens who are Status, Non-Status, Métis, or Inuit Aboriginals High school students ages 13-18 or post-secondary students planning to enroll or currently enrolled in full-time studies at an accredited Canadian college, university, or technical institute. Must submit 2 pages on goals, qualifications, and contributions. Selection based on volunteer contributions, academic performance, career goals, leadership, and role model qualities.
Instructions: Letters of recommendation and support, photograph and transcripts are required. For further information, please visit the website posted below.
Contact Information: Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) / Conseil canadien pour le commerce autochtone (CCAB)
Web Application: http://www.ccab.com/PDF/2006-2007-FAAY-EN.pdf
SCOTIABANK PERSONAL LINE OF CREDIT FOR STUDENTS – BURSARIES
Value: Twenty-four (24) bursaries worth $1,000 CDN each
Application Deadline: December 31
Description: Scotiabank is pleased to offer up to $24,000 in cash bursaries through the Scotiabank ScotiaLineÂ® Personal Line of Credit for Students – Bursaries program. This scholarship contest recognizes that the cost of education in Canada continues to rise, and that Canadian students may require alternate sources of funding. Students should use the scholarship money towards the pursuit of post-secondary educational goals, be it for tuition, books, study abroad, research studies or other. This award is open to most Canadian Residents who have applied and been approved for a Scotiabank ScotiaLineÂ® personal line of credit for students. The winner will be notified by phone and/or email.
The bursary consists of a credit of ONE of the following:
1. A One Thousand Canadian dollar ($1,000.00 CDN) credit to a ScotiaLineÂ® personal line of credit for students.
2. If a winner does not have a ScotiaLineÂ® personal line of credit for students, they will receive a one-time prize of One-Thousand Canadian dollars ($1,000.00 CDN).
PRAIRIE BASEBALL ACADEMY SCHOLARSHIPS
Sponsored by: Co-sponsored by Alberta Scholarship Programs and the Prairie Baseball Academy.
Eligibility: Applicants must be Alberta residents and enrolled full-time at a post-secondary institution in Alberta. Applicants must be a participant in the Prairie Baseball Academy and must have achieved a minimum average of 75% in their previous semester. Application: Application forms are available from Alberta Scholarship Programs, and from the Prairie Baseball Academy.
Deadline: October 15 – Phone: (780) 427-8640 – Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
JIMMIE CONDON ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIPS
Sponsored by: Funds for these awards are sponsored by Alberta Lottery Fund and administered by Alberta Scholarship Programs. The scholarship was established in honour of Jimmie Condon.
Eligibility: Applicants must be Alberta residents and be enrolled full-time in an undergraduate, professional or graduate program at a university, college or technical institute in Alberta. Students in upgrading programs may qualify after completing one semester of upgrading. A nominee must be a member of a designated sports team or a member of Provincial Disabled Athletic Team recognized by the Alberta Athlete Development Program.
Selection: Students must be maintaining a practice or training program acceptable to their coach. Applicants must have maintained a minimum average of 65% in their previous semester. Students entering the first semester of post-secondary study do not have to meet this requirement.
Application: Individual coaches nominate students.
Deadline: November 1
Disbursement: Two disbursements of $900 each. The first one in December and the second one in March.
Audience: Athletic Students, Graduate Students, Post-Secondary
Web site: http://www.alis.gov.ab.ca/scholarships/info.asp?EK=30
FELLOWSHIPS FOR FULL-TIME STUDIES IN FRENCH
Sponsored by: This program is funded by the federal department of Canadian Heritage and administered by Alberta Scholarship Programs.
Purpose: To assist Albertans in pursuing post-secondary studies taught in French.
Value: $500 per semester
Eligibility: Applicants must be Alberta residents, Canadian Citizens or Landed Immigrants, and plan to register full-time in a post-secondary program of at least one semester in length. In addition, applicants must be enrolled in a minimum of three courses per semester which have French as the language of instruction. Application forms are also available from Alberta Scholarship Programs, and from the Student Awards Office at Alberta post-secondary institutions that offer programs taught in French.
Deadline: November 15
Web site: http://www.alis.gov.ab.ca/pdf/scholarships/StudiesFrench.pdf
NORTHERN STUDENT SUPPLEMENT
Sponsored by: Northern Alberta Development Council
Value: $500 to $1,500 depending on financial need. If you receive the Northern Student Supplement, your student loan will be reduced by an equivalent amount.
Eligibility: You may receive the Northern Student Supplement if you: are a northern Alberta resident; have high financial need; are in your first or second year of post-secondary training; attend an institution participating in the Alberta Opportunities Bursary (AOB) program.
Selection: Depends on financial need.
Students must complete a Northern Student Supplement application form.
Web site: http://www3.gov.ab.ca/nadc/Bursary/application_forms/NSS%20App.pdf