BURSARIES AND SCHOLARSHIPS LISTINGS
Aboriginal Learning Canada – aboriginallearning.ca/scholarshipsbursaries/
New Relationship Trust – www.newrelationshiptrust.ca/funding/for-students
Scholarship Awards – www.studentawards.com/
Scholarships Canada – www.scholarshipscanada.com
BURSARIES AND SCHOLARSHIPS INFORMATION
Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of Canada
The AFOA-Meyers Norris Penny LLP Aboriginal Youth Financial Managements Awards are open to First Nation youth in grades 11 and 12. Winners attend AFOA’s National Conference and participate in a special Youth program designed to introduce youth to careers in Aboriginal finance and management.
There is a great demand both within First Nation communities and off-reserve for Aboriginal financial management professionals and there are many opportunities for those who want to pursue this career path and many sources of assistance. However, very few of our young people are pursuing and education in financial management after high school.
That is why AFOA and Meyers Norris Penny LLP have come together to offer the Aboriginal Youth Conference Awards in Financial Management.
Dealine for Notification of Interest November 15,2011. Deadline for Final Submissions – January 13, 2012
UBC – First Nations House of Learning
The University has 60 awards totaling almost $200,000 for Aboriginal students and students in Aboriginal focused course work. These awards are assigned to both undergraduate and graduate students. The First Nations House of Learning works in collaboration with Student Financial Assistance and Awards and Faculty of Graduate Studies in administering bursaries, scholarships, awards, and fellowships.
For more information, please visit students.ubc.ca/enrolment/finances/awards-scholarships-bursaries/awards-aboriginal
BC Aboriginal Student Awards
Open doors, go places with a BC Aboriginal Student Award.
The BC Scholarship Society is offering awards of $1,000 – $3,500 for Aboriginal learners. The program is open to BC residents of Aboriginal ancestry who have been active in their school or community and are planning to study in:
- An approved trades training or apprenticeship program,
- A certificate or diploma program, or
- An undergraduate or graduate degree program.
Aboriginal Scholarships, Grants and Bursaries
Looking for a post-secondary resource for BC Aboriginal learners? Well here you go! “Aboriginal Learning Links” provides organized links to other web sites that can help you find information on financial support, scholarships and even career planning.
For more information: www.aboriginallearning.ca