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The scholarships are open to students entering their first year at New Brunswick's colleges to explore careers in sectors where women and men have traditionally been under-represented. Occupations in which women or men make up less than 25 per cent of the total workforce are considered non-traditional.   For more information and application forms, follow the link below:
Associated Lodges Hall of Douglastown is offering a $2500 Scholarship to a grade 12 student in good academic standing, who has been accepted into post-secondary studies.   See attachment for application form.
Two scholarships of an annual value of $500 are available.   These scholarships are for first year attendance at any University in the Atlantic provinces or first year attendance in a two-year program of the NBCC (except where the desired academic program is not available in the region).  Sons and daughters or legal wards of members and deceased members or members in good standing of a local union affiliated with the NB Federation of Labour are eligible.   Awards are given on the basis of graduation marks, aptitude, promise, and need.   Applications must be received by June 30th.   Applications are available in Guidance.
Value: $500   The object of the award is to encourage post secondary studies of one or more years duration in fields relating to environmental protection and education.   Sons and daughters of members and deceased members or members in good standing of local unions affiliated with the NB Federation of Labour who are entering or continuing their studies in an education program compatible with the object of the award are eligible to apply.  Selection criteria include aptitude for environmental studies, promise, need, and future benefit to society and the environment of the applicant's chosen area of study.   Applications must be received no later than June 30th.   Application forms are available in Guidance.
Two awards valued at $500 each are offered annually. The objective of the award is to encourage greater public awareness and understanding of the value to workers and society.  Applicants must be pursuing post secondary education on a full-time basis or enrolled in high school at the grade 12 level or in the GED program.    Applicants must return a completed application form and fully comply with all entry rules by June 15th.   Application forms are available in Guidance.
See attachments for criteria and application form.
See Attached Application Form for information.


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