For students studying at university or college in disciplines relating to the financial services industry T: 416-348-6947
Thanks to Bonnie Huculak, HRSDC. Deadline is July 15th. See this site for information on the Northwestel scholarship program for Aboriginal students in Nunavut, Northwest Territories, Yukon and British Columbia. For the 2005/2006 academic year, Northwestel will award 10 scholarships - each worth $2,500 - to students engaged in full-time, post-secondary studies in: Telecommunications, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, and Business/Commerce
Post-Secondary scholarships are available to all BC First Nation students planning on attending an approved post-secondary institution on a full-time basis.
A nationally registered non-profit organization with a mandate to provide financial support to First Nations, Inuit and Métis individuals who are pursuing education and professional development.
Available to part-time adult learners who are BC residents and 19 years of age or older.
The Chief Joe Mathias British Columbia Aboriginal Scholarship Fund is a nationally registered charity established in memory of the late Chief Joe Mathias to support Chief Mathias' vision of post-secondary education for all First Nation persons.
The Holiday Inn Vancouver Downtown offers a $2000 Indigenous Scholarship for post-secondary education to a student or students who best demonstrate academic merit, financial need, and a commitment to continuing education.
The Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC) is pleased to offer four Student Scholarships in the amount of $1000.00 to young Aboriginal Women seeking to further their education. The awards are distributed through NWAC’s Youth Program and are made possible through the generous donations of Helen Bassett.
Provides financial assistance to Aboriginal students enrolled in fulltime post-secondary education programs. For information contact the BC Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centres at 1-800-990-2432
Two $1,000 scholarships for the return to and successful completion of one full year of high school. One $1,000 scholarship for the return to and successful completion of one full year of post-secondary education, including vocational or trade skills training.
Aboriginal Awards $1000-$3000 for Aboriginal students pursuing high school upgrading and post-secondary education.
BC Hydro is offering $1,000 scholarships to British Columbian students again this year. There will be more than 200 scholarships awarded in five categories: Power Smart, Aboriginal, the L'Ecole Polytechnique Memorial, and the Electrician Pre-apprentice scholarship. Application forms for each scholarship are available on BC Hydro's web site at
Easy to use and full of links to scholarships and bursaries, this resource from the Aboriginal Multi-Media Society is well worth exploring.
This is a comprehensive online database maintained by the Department of Indian and Northern Affairs. Click on "Index" on the sidebar to browse by province or area of study, or click on "Bursary search" to do a more detailed search.
Doreen Spence - Program Coordinator - email@example.com
Karen Aubichon - Client support worker - firstname.lastname@example.org
#201-513 Ahbau Street
Prince George, V2M 3R8
Toll Free: 1-877-561-2754
David Segerts - BladeRunners Program Coordinator - email@example.com
1074 6th Avenue
Prince George, BC, V2L 3M4
for program information
MNBC - Vancouver Office 905 - 1130 West Pender Street Vancouver, B.C. V6E 4A4 Toll free: 1-800-940-1150 Phone: 604-801-5853 Fax: 604-801-5097
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