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The 2020-2021 Newcastle Rotary Club Charitable Trust Memorial Scholarship will honor the late Scott Knowles. Scott was an active Rotarian with the Rotary Club of Newcastle who left us to soon. He was a community leader, not only in his participation with Rotary, but also the Rock ‘n Roll Festival, National Advisory Board for TEVA, president of the New Brunswick Pharmacists Association as well as others. His legacy continues to shine through the community by way of The Scott Knowles Hockey Pool. All funds raised in this initiative goes back to the community. Scott is a model candidate for the Newcastle Rotary Club Charitable Trust Memorial Scholarship through his academic accomplishments having graduated from Dalhousie College of Pharmacy, through his athleticism as he enjoyed golfing, snowmobiling, bowling, fishing and the great outdoors in general as well as his community involvement.
 
Submission must be postmarked no later than July 14th Submit to: The Newcastle Rotary Club Charitable Trust Attention: Scholarship Committee PO Box 433, Miramichi NB, E1V 3M6 Students must submit this completed application form in order to be considered for the “Rotary Club of Miramichi Charitable Trust Memorial Scholarship Award”. All information required on this form is important – please make sure that it is both complete and correct before submission.

Posted: June 2, 2021

A $1000 scholarship will be offered to a grade 12 student who is pursuing post-secondary (college/university) education. Preference will be given to someone entering a trade or technology program.

Applications must include:

1.      Completed Application

2.      Essay—500 Words—Stating why the applicant is interested in going into a trades/technology field.  

Completed applications must be returned to the main office or Ms. O’Donnell by 3pm on June 11th, 2021 for consideration. 

Posted: May 14, 2021

What is the purpose of this scholarship?

To support a female pursuing a non-traditional skilled trade postsecondary program at a New Brunswick College campus.

Scholarship Value $1,000

A scholarship will be awarded each year to a female college student pursuing a non-traditional skilled trade. Payment will be subject to college campus withdrawal dates.

Application Deadline: August 31, 2021

New Boots Scholarship 2020-2021 - MAP Strategic Workforce Services (nb-map.ca)

Bursaries for Postsecondary Studies in French as a Second Language | ACUFC Please go to the attached link to find out about bursary opportunities for students attending  post-secondary institution in French, having completed high school at an anglophone school. 

Posted: May 5, 2021

The Tourism Industry Association of New Brunswick (TIANB) has actively been involved in career awareness, training and education since its inception.  In 2002 TIANB decided to develop a scholarship program to help students pursue an education and career in tourism.  TIANB recognizes the importance of the education and training of our future industry leaders and has therefore instituted this scholarship program to assist deserving students with their college education.

 

The Tourism Industry Association of New Brunswick Tourism Scholarship enables students to pursue a secondary education leading to excellence within the Tourism Industry.  This year TIANB will award 4 x $1000.00 scholarships, to 4 students, to offset post-secondary education expenses and encourage further education in hospitality and tourism.

Successful candidates must be pursuing a recognized post-secondary undergraduate program of study relevant to the Tourism Industry. All applicants must be enrolled in an approved program or institution in New Brunswick. For high school students, proof of acceptance into an approved New Brunswick program is required. Applications must be received by TIANB Scholarship Selection Committee post- dated no later than May 14, 2021.

To Apply:

·         300-500 word essay, entitled “Why I want to pursue a career in the tourism industry”

·         Most recent transcript of grades

·         *Portfolio, including a resume

·         Two letters of reference

Please see attached form for specifics which includes directions to submit your application.  

**NOTE – Scholarship award winner cheques, will be issued and mailed before September the start of the school year.  The winners will be announced in May 2021. 

 

This scholarship will be awarded based on academics, volunteerism, and outstanding athletic achievement (preference given to rugby players). Completed applications and additional documents must be submitted to the main office prior to 3:15pm on Friday, May 28th, 2021.

Note : Please include the following with your application :

1. A transcript of your marks.

2. A list of three references and their contact information.

3. Letter of acceptance to post-secondary institution.

Posted: May 5, 2021

A $250 Bursary will be offered to a grade 12 student who is considering a career in nursing (RN or LPN), or paramedic. Completed application including responses to questions are to be returned to the main office or Ms. O’Donnell by 3pm on Friday, May 21st, 2021 for consideration.

The applications for both the Local Scholarship & Bursary as well as the M Award are due at the main office by 3:15pm on Friday, May 28th.
 
Copies of acceptance letters, as well as scholarship offers from the institution you are attending in the fall must either accompany the application or be turned into Guidance beforehand.

Posted: April 28, 2021

Douglastown Lions Club Scholarship--This award is valued at $1000.  The recipient must reside in the Douglastown service area.  The selection is based on financial need and character. Applications are due to the MVHS main office by 3:00pm on Friday, May 21st, 2021.

 

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Posted: April 28, 2021

A $250 Scholarship will be offered to a grade 12 student who is considering a career in nursing, psychology or social work.

Applications must include:

1.      Completed Application

2.      Essay—500 Words—Stating why the applicant is interested in going into a ‘helping profession’.

Completed applications must be returned to the main office or Ms. O’Donnell by 3pm on May 21st, 2021 for consideration. 

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