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EXTERNAL SCHOLARSHIP/BURSARY PROGRAMS

External organizations also provide assistance to our students. Students are encouraged to apply for these external awards, scholarships and/or bursaries. Additional listings in Windsor are posted on the bulletin board across from the Financial Aid Office, Room 166 in Windsor. In Chatham, additional listings are located on the bulletin board located in the side hallway outside of Room 134. The Student Awards website, www.studentawards.com, lists financial awards available throughout Canada.

All students are encouraged to contact employers or organizations that offer bursaries to sons, daughters or spouses of employees and members.

Every effort is made to ensure that the information contained herein is accurate; however, external organizations make changes from time to time. St. Clair College provides the listing for information only and is not responsible for any changes to the number and amount of awards, or deadline dates listed on this website. For more detailed information, we suggest that you contact the specific external organization.

Aird Scholarship
In honour of the Honourable John Black Aird on his retirement as Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario. This scholarship is intended to help students with physical disabilities to study full-time at a recognized Ontario post secondary institution. Two scholarships of $2,500 are awarded each year to two applicants who meet the following criteria:

  • have a physical disability that is a major, long-term impairment that severely restricts their activities;
  • a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • an Ontario resident - you are considered an Ontario resident if you have lived in Ontario for at least twelve consecutive months immediately preceding registration for your post secondary program in September. This period excludes times spent at educational institutions.
  • plan to register in September in the first year of either an undergraduate degree program at a recognized Ontario university or a two-or three-year certificate program at a college of applied arts and technology or private post secondary institution in Ontario.
  • not have previously received an Aird Scholarship.

Applications available from: Financial Aid Office, Room 166
Deadline to apply: April 23rd

Athena Scholarship – Windsor-Essex Regional Chamber of Commerce
The ATHENA Scholarship Program was created in 1999 for full-time post-secondary students between the ages of 18 and 30 years old. As well as having excellent academic achievement, recipients must be interested in increasing leadership opportunities for women and enhancing the quality of life in our community. It is supported by generous donations from private citizens, corporations, professions, academic institutions and community organizations.

Application available for download at www.windsorchamber.org/about-us/news/.

Deadline is Friday, March 22, 2013 by 2:00pm.

Beta Sigma Phi Award
This award is presented to a female resident of Windsor and Essex County who has completed one full year of post-secondary studies and who is progressing with satisfactory academic standing. The amount of the award is $500.
Applications available from: Financial Aid Office, Room 166
Deadline to apply: October 31st

Big Brothers of Windsor, Essex County - Frank Roberts Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded to individuals meeting the following requirements:

  • current or former Little Brothers of Big Brothers of Windsor and Essex County who have the intent to enrol in post secondary education, training and/or related educational activities;
  • current or former Little Brothers who demonstrate the need for the funds;
  • applicants are required to send a letter to Big Brothers of Windsor and Essex County outlining the following: name, age, year(s) that they participated in the Big Brother program;
  • intentions re: education, circumstances of need, any additional information in support of their application.

Applications available from: Financial Aid Office, Room 166

Canadian Association of Women in Construction (CAWIC) Bursary
CAWIC is a non-profit organization of women employed in various construction related fields. One of its mandates is to promote education and encourage young women to pursue careers in the construction industry.

This year CAWIC offers bursaries of $1,500.00 each to women students in post-secondary institutions who aspire to careers in construction related fields and have not previously received our Bursary. Qualifications are based on the following criteria:

  • Applicant must be female
  • Completion of at least the first year of a diploma or degree program at a college or university in Ontario and full-time enrollment in the continuing year.
  • Clear career objectives relating to the construction industry
  • Evidence of financial need
  • Leadership qualities and involvement in community activities
  • Interest in activities that further the advancement of women in construction
  • Canadian citizenship or permanent resident status
Download eligibility requirements and the application from the CAWIC Bursary Awards page.

Deadline for applications is March 31, 2013.

Canadian Golf Foundation
The CGF scholarship program was established in 1982 to recognize Canadians who achieve academic excellence and have an active interest in the game of golf. Each year the CGF awards the following scholarships:
The Jack Nicklaus Award for Excellence
This scholarship is proudly given to the top graduating student in the CGF scholarship program each year. The award commemorates the lifetime achievements of Jack Nicklaus and offers our scholarship recipients an added incentive to excel in their chosen fields.
To qualify for the above scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:

  • minimum A average (75%) in each of the last two years of high school and have attained a grade 12 diploma;
  • show a first division standing (75%) in each year of your college or university program;
  • successful experience in competitive golf at a regional, provincial and national level prior to application;
  • regular participation in community and/or extracurricular activities;
  • Canadian citizen.

The Geordie Hilton Scholarship
This annual scholarship of $5,000 was established in memory of Geordie Hilton will assist a promising college or university student towards a degree in sport/business administration.
To qualify for the above scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • intend to continue in an undergraduate or graduate program in sport/business administration;
  • minimum A average (75%) in each of the last two years of high school and have attained a grade 12 diploma;
  • have completed at least one full year of education at a recognized university or college;
  • show a first division standing (75%) in each year of your college or university program;
  • successful experience in competitive golf at a regional, provincial and national level prior to application;
  • regular participation in community and/or extracurricular activities;
  • Canadian citizen.

The Export "A" Landscape Architecture Scholarship
The Canadian Golf Foundation is dedicated to fostering interest in the design and development of premier golf courses. This scholarship was created to assist promising Canadians toward an undergraduate or post-graduate degree in landscape architecture. One scholarship valued at up to $3,000 will be awarded to a qualified student of landscape architecture in both an undergraduate and a graduate program at a recognized college or university.
To qualify for the above scholarship students must meet the following criteria:

  • minimum A average (75%) in each of the last two years of high school and have attained a grade 12 diploma;
  • show a first division standing (75%) in each year of your college or university program;
  • have experience in the game of golf and a desire to pursue a career in the golf industry;
  • regular participation in community and/or extracurricular activities;
  • Canadian citizen.

Applications available from: The Canadian Golf Foundation or Financial Aid Office, Room 166.
Deadline to apply: June 30th

Canadian Hospitality Foundation Scholarships
For more information about these scholarships, visit these websites:

Canadian Italian Business and Professional Association of Windsor
Two scholarships of $1,000 and one bursary of $1,000 will be awarded to the son/daughter of a member of the Association or their immediate family who is of Italian origin, a Canadian citizen or landed immigrant and is studying full-time.
Applications available from: Financial Aid Office, Room 166
Deadline to apply: May 25th

CN Scholarship for Women
A $600 scholarship for women accepted and registered in a program from the area of technology, technician or trades.
Applications available from: Financial Aid Office, Room 166, or download the 2011 CN Scholarship Application.
Deadline to apply: October 15th

Dick Martin Scholarship Award
This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Dick Martin Scholarship Award program, administered by the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS). CCOHS is pleased to award two $3,000 scholarships to students registered, full or part-time, in occupational health and safety-related programs at Canadian colleges or universities.

Application rules, criteria and other guidelines can be found at www.ccohs.ca/scholarship/entries/. Winners will be announced during Occupational Health and Safety (NAOSH) Week in May 2013.

Application deadline: 11:59 p.m. EST, January 31, 2013

ELECTRO-FEDERATION CANADA SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
To qualify for an EFC Foundation Scholarship the applicant must:

  • have completed at least their first year of study
  • have maintained a minimum of 70% average
  • be registered in a full-time, post-secondary degree or diploma program at a recognized Canadian educational institution

Eligible programs include:

  • Engineering Technician/Technologist
  • Computer Science
  • Business Administration

Phase 2 or 3 of a College/Apprenticeship Training Program

Applications are available online at: www.electrofed.com
Via email request to: scholarship@electrofed.com
By calling: 905-602-8877

Each applicant must submit:

  • A completed application form
  • A transcript or copy of his or her previous year's grades
  • A one-page overview describing work experience, interest, extra-curricular activities and future plans in the electrical, electronics or telecommunication fields.

DEADLINE: June 1

Employees of Canadian Airlines International Education Bursary
In memory of the late Whipper Billy Watson, 1998-1999. The employees of Canadian Airlines International in conjunction with the Bloorview MacMillan School Board have established a bursary to assist students with physical disabilities in their full-time study at an Ontario College of Applied Arts and Technology. The $2,000 bursary is granted each year to one male and one female applicant who demonstrates potential for studies at the Community College level. Applicants must:

  • be physically disabled by a major, long-term impairment that severely restricts their physical activities;
  • be Canadian citizens or permanent residents ; and
  • intend to register in September in the first year of a College of Applied Arts and Technology.

Applications available from: Financial Aid Office, Room 166
Deadline to apply: April 30th

Executive Women International (EWI) - ASIST Scholarship
The Adult Students in Scholastic Transition (ASIST) Scholarship is a non-discriminatory, educational scholarship program for the benefit of non-traditional students. These include persons who are past high school age and who are entering a college, university, or trade schools and/or the workforce for the first time, non-traditional students already enrolled in a college/university or trade program, are re-training due to changes in the workplace, or who otherwise are not the traditional college or trade school student, recently finished with high school.

For details and the application, download the EWI ASIST Scholarship Application.

Application Deadline: May 15, 2014.

Garfield Weston Award
The W. Garfield Weston Awards program will distribute up to 25 Upper Year W. Garfield Weston Awards to students currently enrolled in college studies in Canada for use during the 2012-2013 academic year. Each Upper Year W. Garfield Weston Award comprises a tuition waiver from a consortium college renewable for one or two additional years; an $8,000 stipend renewable for one or two additional years; access to summer program funding, up to $3,500; and mentorship. Recipients also receive a $4,000 retroactive award payable immediately upon selection to defray accumulated educational costs.

For eligibility information and the application, visit the Financial Aid Office, Room 166, or click here.

Application deadline: March 21, 2012

Global Television Network Broadcasters of the Future Awards
Internship Award for a Canadian with a Physical Disability
This annual Scholarship-Internship Award is offered to a Canadian student with a mobility impairment and provides educational assistance as well as a challenging opportunity to work in private television in pursuit of a career in broadcasting. The Award, valued at up to $15,000, covers all tuition fees* and textbooks* for one full scholastic year of a radio and television arts program or journalism program at a recognized Canadian university or college, commencing in the Fall. The Award also includes a three or four-month Internship at the Global Television Network in Don Mills (Toronto), for the summer and moving expenses associated with the Internship. In addition, the Award covers transportation, hotel and attendance expenses at the Canadian Association of Broadcasters annual convention, in November, where the award will be presented. *as determined by the specific university or college course outline.
Eligibility

  • Canadian Citizen with a mobility impairment
  • Secondary school graduate with a grade average suitable for admission to the College/University.
  • Strong English language communication skills.

Applications available from: Financial Aid Office, Room 166
Deadline to apply: May 29th
Scholarship Award for a Canadian Visible Minority Student
This Scholarship Award is offered to a Canadian student from a self-identified visible minority and provides education assistance towards the pursuit of a career in broadcasting. The award, valued at up to $4,500, covers all tuition fees* and textbooks* for one full scholastic year of a radio and television art program or journalism program at a recognized Canadian university or college, commencing in the Fall In addition, the Award covers transportation, hotel and attendance expenses at the Canadian Association of Broadcasters annual convention, in November, where the Award will be presented. *as determined by the specific university or college program outline
Criteria

  • Canadian citizen who is from a self-identified visible minority. Members of visible minority groups are persons, other than Aboriginal peoples, who are non-Caucasian in race or non-white in colour.
  • Secondary school graduate with a grade average suitable for admission to a radio and television arts or journalism program at a recognized Canadian university or college or a mature student eligible for admission to the above.
  • Strong English language communication skills.

Applications available from: Financial Aid Office, Room 166
Deadline to apply: May 26th

Harry Jerome Scholarships
The Harry Jerome Scholarship Fund
The Harry Jerome Scholarship Fund sponsors this $2,000 scholarship. To be eligible one must be: ·a Canadian citizen or permanent resident age 17 to 25 as of September 1 of the year in which the scholarship is given and a student of, or a successful candidate for, Fall admission into a college or university with intent to pursue an academic or professional program leading to a undergraduate degree, diploma or certificate.
Criteria

  • high academic achievement;
  • demonstrated financial need;
  • recognized contribution to the Black community.

Applications available from: Financial Aid Office, Room 166
Deadline to apply: June 30th
Harry Jerome Scholarships The Royal Bank of Canada Fund
Two (2) scholarships of $4,000 annually for the duration of a qualifying two to three-year post-graduate program. The successful candidates will also be offered an opportunity for summer employment with the Royal Bank of Canada and may compete for full-time employment leading to the management stream with the Royal Bank of Canada. To be eligible you must be:

  • a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada;
  • a student of, or candidate for, Fall admission into a community college or university in Canada with intent to pursue an academic or professional program leading to a degree, diploma or certificate. The Selection Committee may give preference to a student in an MBA program or related business program. Candidates with a specialization in the electronic delivery of financial services will be considered. The Committee will also recognize relevant work experience.

Criteria

  • high academic achievement;
  • proven financial need;
  • technological literacy;
  • demonstrated leadership abilities;
  • recognized contribution to the Black community.

Applications available from: Financial Aid Office, Room 166
Deadline to apply: June 30th

Helene MacKenzie
This bursary is to financially assist Canadian and permanent residents inspiring to become A.S.L. interpreters to complete their studies. Applicants must be enrolled in the second year of their program to be considered. The amount of the bursary is $1,000.
Applications available from: Wendy Asher, Chair, Human Services, Room 151A
Deadline to apply: June 19th

The Hobart Scholarship
The Hobart Food Equipment Group announces a new post-diploma/post degree scholarship in the amount of $3,000. Recipients of the above scholarships will be eligible to apply for the Hobart Scholarship this year of latest by the final year of their current diploma/degree programs. The program they plan to attend must be minimum one year and must be in the field of food and beverage, culinary or accommodation and in a Canadian college or university. At the time recipients of the above are notified of the results, those interested in applying for the Hobart Scholarship will be invited to submit a one-page outline of the program they wish to undertake once they have completed their current diploma/degree and their reasons for doing so. The Hobart Scholarship will be sent directly to the college/university for tuition fees upon registration. The student will receive any surplus money from the college/university.
Contact the Program Faculty for an application.

Hydro One Award Program
William Peyton Hubbard Memorial Award
Two awards are available annually to black students attending an Ontario college or university. The award value is based on one (1) year's tuition ($4,000 university or $2,000 college). Given to a black female and a black male student who has completed one year of study and is currently in the second year of one of the following programs: Electrical, Computer, Mechanical, Chemical or Environmental Engineering, Science, (Physics, Chemistry, Biology) Business/Technology. Recipients must:

  • be of good academic standing;
  • demonstrate good, oral and written communication skills;
  • demonstrate leadership skills;
  • be involved in extra-curricular activities within the community or campus;
  • not be receiving more than one other award of equal or greater value in his/her second year;
  • be legally eligible to work in Canada upon graduation.

NOTE: Included in the award is an offer of a developmental work term with Hydro One for the next work term.
Applications available from: Financial Aid Office, Room 166
Deadline to apply: November 30th

Johnson Insurance Scholarship and Academic Grants
The Johnson family established the Johnson Insurance Business in Newfoundland over 100 years ago. Individual/family policyholders and their dependents are eligible to apply.
Applications available by calling 1 - 877-328-7878 or e-mail to head@johnson.ca.

Joubin/Selig Scholarship Fund Toronto Community Foundation

The Toronto Community Foundation is pleased to announce scholarships from the Joubin/Selig Scholarship fund, now available in competition among qualifying undergraduate students enrolled in colleges and universities in Ontario. The Scholarship was established by donors to provide financial assistance to post-secondary students in Ontario, with permanent physical (mobility) disabilities, who wish to pursue an education in their chosen field of study. The total award amount available varies from year to year. Each scholarship award is set at a maximum of $5,000.    

  • Applicants must have a permanent physical (mobility) disability and must have demonstrated academic achievement.
  • Applicants must be a Canadian citizen or landed immigrant.
Students must submit a completed Scholarship Application Form to the Toronto Community Foundation. Forms are available from the Community Foundation at http://tcf.ca/communityorganizations/joubinseligscholarships.html.

Applications must be received by the Toronto Community Foundation by no later than 5:00 pm on Friday, May 4, 2012.

Kay Sanson Scholarship
This scholarship is available to Ontario students who have a proven interest in the field of developmental disabilities. Two awards of $1,000 each and a one-year membership in the Ontario Association of Developmental Disabilities are available. The award must be used to pursue, on a full-time basis, a specific educational goal in a recognized program associated with a professional discipline related to developmental disabilities.
Applications available from: Gerrie Pomajba, Customer Service Centre, Thames Campus, Room 134
Deadline to apply: December 15th

Keith Gilmore Foundation
In honour of the late Keith Gilmore, this scholarship was established for worthy applicants taking post secondary education in the fields of agriculture and journalism, and for those schools that offer it, agricultural journalism. The $750 scholarship is available and will be awarded in late summer to an individual enrolled in a recognized diploma program in agriculture and/or journalism or communications. The successful applicant will have already completed a minimum of one year in a diploma program. With the application, include an official transcript of grades and a resume written by the applicant outlining:1. the field of studies they wish to pursue; 2. the general goals to which they wish to put their degrees to use; 3. an outline of their involvement in community service, school affairs and other extra curricular activities.
Applications available from: The Keith Gilmore Foundation, 5160 Skyline Way N.E., Calgary, Alberta T2E 6V1, Telephone: (403)275-2662 and Fax: (403)295-1333.
Deadline to apply: July 1st

KIN CANADA BURSARIES
Program of the Hal Rogers Endowment Fund

You must be: a canadian citizen or landed immigrant, planning to register as a full-time student in September of the upcoming year (which means you have to be a first year student in September 2005-2006), able to demonstrate high ideals and qualities of citizenship.

Applications available from their website at www.bursary.ca or from the Financial Aid Office - Room #166. Deadline is February 1.

Mary Cone Barrie Scholarship, sponsored by Destiny Solutions
Destiny Solutions created the Mary Cone Barrie Scholarship to applaud the efforts of non-traditional students. The scholarship is available to any non-traditional student currently enrolled in a course or program at a Canadian or United States accredited college or university. Destiny Solutions awards two scholarships per year, each valued at $2,500.

Visit destinysolutions.com for eligibility requirements, to download the application and for more information.
Applications are due by July 12, 2013.

The Maurice Izzard Memorial Award
To commemorate the dedication of Maurice Izzard, principal of the school at Bloorview MacMillian Centre for 18 years. This award will benefit a student with a physical disability, who plans to pursue post secondary education at university, college or any other centre of post-secondary education in September. Deadline for submission is April 30. Value of the award is $500. Applications are available in the Financial Aid Office - Room #166 or by contacting Judie Bowles at 416-483-0737.

Millennium Excellence Award Program
National In-Course Awards

The Canada Millennium Scholarship Foundation has established the national in-course awards to recognize and foster academic excellence and active citizenship in upper-year post-secondary students. Awards will be made to students who have not been previously recognized with a substantial merit scholarship. These students include those who, after enrolment in a post-secondary program, find their place and begin to demonstrate the qualities of excellence the award is designed to recognize and foster. The Foundation seeks to include students who, prior to being enrolled in a post-secondary program, may not have even considered applying for a merit-based award. The scholarships consist of $5,000 and $4,000 scholarships with the possibility of renewal for one additional year and $4,000 one-year scholarships. The emphasis for award selection is on active and significant involvement toward the betterment of the community, leadership and the ability to motivate others, and an interest in innovation.
Applicants must:

  • possess Canadian citizenship or landed immigrant status;
  • be enrolled in a recognized undergraduate program leading to a degree, diploma or certificate at an eligible and approved Canadian post-secondary educational institution. An applicant may not have already obtained another degree, diploma or ceritficate in the past five years;
  • be enrolled full-time (defined as 80% of a full course load) in a program of at least two years' duration (16 months) that is recognized by the provincial/ territorial student financial assistance program;
  • complete, by the end of the 2003-2004 academic year, either the first year of a current program leading to a first diploma or certificate (but not the second year) OR the second year of a current program leading to an associate bachelor or bachelor degree (but not the third year);
  • possess a cumulative post-secondary school GPA of at least B+ or the equivalent (i.e. 3.3 on a 4.0 scale)
  • not have received a previous substantial merit scholarship to support post- secondary education, regardless of the source of the scholarship (i.e. school, government, private source, etc.) [students applying after their first year may not have received more than $3,500 to date in scholarship money based solely on merit, with a total of no more than $5,000 to date]

Applicants must submit completed application materials to the Registrar's Office, St. Clair College, Rm 166, 2000 Talbot Rd. W., Windsor, Ontario N9A 6S4 by June 15.
Applications and further information available from: Canada Millennium Scholarship Foundation's website, www.millenniumscholarships.ca/incourse or Financial Aid Office, Room 166
Deadline to apply: June 15

OMCA EDUCATION FOUNDATION
One of the purposes of the OMCA Education Foundation is to assist in the education of students enrolled in a travel or tourism program at commnity colleges, and whose intentions are to enter the motor coach and/or tour and/or travel industry. Selection of successful applications is at the sole discretion of the OMCA Education Foundation and all decisions are final. All applications must be forwarded to the OMCA by the Financial Aid Office. Deadline is October 16. Applications are available in the Financial Aid Office - Room #166. You can also check out their website at www.omca.com
Award winners will be notified by the OMCA by October 16. Winners are invited to attend their Annual Conference and Marketplace on October 24 or 25.

Student Access Awards Program
These awards, valued at $2,500 annually, are to encourage Canadian students with disabilities to pursue a university or college education in an undergraduate, graduate and diploma program in any field of study. A disability is a functional limitation resulting from a physical, sensory or mental impairment that, for an indefinite period, affects the ability of the student to perform the activities necessary to participate fully in post secondary learning. Candidates must meet the following definition:

  • must be Canadian Citizens or permanent residents who have lived in Canada for at least two years as permanent residents;
  • must be entering or enrolled in an undergraduate, graduate or diploma program in a Canadian post-secondary institution.

Award recipients are selected based on their combined achievements in the areas of Employment, Community Involvement and Academic excellence. Candidates must include, with their application, the following documents:

  • two letters of reference: if possible, one from a person who can attest to the applicant's employment background and one from a person, other than a parent, who can attest to the applicant's community involvement.
  • complete and official academic transcripts covering the last two years of study (note: faxes or photocopies will not be acceptable as official documents);
  • proof of admission at an educational institution;
  • a medical certificate or doctor's endorsement is not required.

Applications available from: the Canadian Awards Program, Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (AUCC), 600-350 Albert Street, Ottawa, Ontario K1R 1B1 Phone: (613) 563-1236, Fax: (613) 563-9745, email: awards@aucc.ca or AUCC's website: www.aucc.ca
Deadline to apply: June 1st

Terry Fox Humanitarian Award
This is an annual scholarship, valued at $4,000 and renewable for up to four years. Students must be studying towards a first degree or diploma, be a Canadian citizen or landed immigrant and not over 25 years of age. Demonstration of the highest ideals and qualities of citizenship will be criteria for the selection of recipients. Further relevant qualities are courage in overcoming obstacles, involvement in humanitarian service and participation in sport, fitness and community service.
Applications available from: Financial Aid Office, Room 166
Deadline to apply: February 1st

UFCW Canada Beggs - Dowling - Mathieu Scholarship
As an ally and resource to the membership, UFCW Canada is committed to providing opportunities to improve the future of members and their families. One initiative we're particularly proud of is the Beggs-Dowling-Mathieu Scholarships Program which over the past two decades has awarded more than $250,000 in scholarships to UFCW Canada members and members of their families. Allocated by regions across Canada these scholarships are named as a lasting tribute to three past leaders of our union: William Beggs, Fred Dowling, and Roméo Mathieu.

Each year UFCW Canada offers 18 annual Beggs-Dowling-Mathieu Scholarships of $1,000 each to active members and their family members for post-secondary study. If you are a UFCW Canada member, you, your spouse and children are eligible to apply if you are attending full-time studies at a Canadian university, college, or other recognized post-secondary institution.

Applying for the Beggs - Dowling - Mathieu Scholarship is easy. You don't have to be an A+ student. All it requires is a passion for learning, enrollment at a post-secondary institution, and just a few minutes to complete the online application at www.UFCW.ca/Scholarship.

Application deadline: September 30.

"Whipper" Billy Watson Education Bursary
This bursary has been established to assist students with physical disabilities in full-time study at an Ontario College of Applied Arts and Technology. Bursaries are granted each year to one male and one female applicant who demonstrate potential for studies at the Community College level. Each successful applicant receives a $2000 bursary. Applications are available in the Financial Aid Office - Room #166 or from the Bloorview MacMillan School Authority website: http://www.bvmschool.on.ca. Deadline for applications is April 30.

Windsor - Essex County Real Estate Board Scholarship
Available to a member of the Windsor-Essex County Real Estate Board or their dependants. Two awards, one a Bursary and one a Scholarship.
Applications available from: Windsor-Essex County Real Estate Board Office, 3005 Marentette Avenue, Suite 130, Windsor, Ontario N8X 4G1, Telephone: 966-6432 and Fax: 966-4469.
Deadline to apply: August 1st

Last updated 8/28/2013