Awards & Scholarships
Scholarships for Female Leaders (Government)
Check out this scholarship opportunity for female leaders. The Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) gives out yearly scholarships for youth in high school. It is a specific $1000 scholarship for women, to help inspire them in to leadership roles. Please follow the link to the application page. Stay Safe, Katie Berghofer for Ward 8. Link to Scholarship
Schulich Leadership Scholarship
Check out Canada's most coveted scholarship at https://www.schulichleaders.com/#slide-top
(Science, Technology, Engineering and Math)
It is your grade 12 year and some of you are starting to think about scholarships and bursaries available to students. This is the time to check out ALIS list of Scholarships to get you started on your search for scholarships and bursaries.
ScholarTree is committed to helping reduce student debt in Canada by making scholarship more accessible. Most people don’t realize how many scholarships are awarded early in the school year.
Students can find which scholarships are best fit for them by signing up at ScholarTree.ca.
Here are a couple of significant scholarships that are available now:
How students have won these scholarships in the past:
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Alexander Rutherford High School Achievement Scholarship
For information on the Alexander Rutherford Scholarship, including eligibility and how to apply for this award, visit:
Use the link Course Requirements to understand course requirements and take note of the changes to the award amounts you may be eligible for depending on the year you completed high school.
SCA SCHOLARSHIP AND AWARDS
SCA offers many school awarded scholarships to their graduates.
The grade 12's will be given a 3 week period to apply for these awards in April. Please continue to look here for further information as we receive it.
If you need further information, please email Mr. Merta
Parent/Guardian Access to Scholarship Application Information
Students may want a parent(s)/guardian to assist with aspects of their scholarship application and information.
In accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (Alberta), Alberta Student Aid requires written consent to share Personal Information with a parent/guardian.
High school awards counselors should inform students that a Consent to Disclose Personal Information or Power of Attorney form must be completed and submitted to Alberta Student Aid in order to have their personal information disclosed to a designed individual. The Consent to Disclose Personal Information and Power of Attorney form is available under the Legal heading at:
Chartered Professional Accountants Scholarship
| Alberta Scholarships and Awards
For more on eligibility and how to apply for scholarships and awards, visit:
Scholarship & Awards Deadlines
It's important for students to leave as much time as possible to complete their scholarship applications. Many scholarships and awards have annual deadlines - and some have fall/winter session deadlines. Alberta's scholarships and awards are made available either by:
- Student Application - Student must complete and submit application.
- Nomination of Recipients - School/supporting organization must nominate and process application on behalf of the student.
Note: For nominated scholarships and awards, students must inquire about the school’s/sponsoring organization’s posted application deadline. This deadline typically falls months before the nomination deadline which is in place for the school/sponsoring organization to submit their nominations to Alberta Student Aid.
Deadlines The deadlines for submitting completed applications and supporting documents required to apply for Alberta scholarships and awards varies according to each scholarship and award.
Keep track of scholarship deadlines at:
Alberta Apprentices Awards & Scholarships
|Alberta Apprentices Awards & Scholarships The Apprentice Training (AT) Award was expanded to include first year apprentices who are unemployed in their trade on August 1. The AT Award continues to support apprentices in second, third and fourth year technical training. Having the same financial award available to apprentices throughout their technical training periods makes it easier for apprentices to determine their eligibility because of familiarity with the award criteria.
Details on how to apply for the Apprentice Training Award are available here:
EnergyRates.Ca College Scholarship
The EnergyRates.Ca College Scholarship is a yearly scholarship by EnergyRates.ca. Every year, we award outstanding students for their essays on the energy industry.
We are offering a $500 scholarship to any student enrolled in a Canadian or American post-secondary educational institution, or planning to enroll in such an institution within the following calendar year.
All you have to do to be considered for the scholarship is write an essay in English or French, no more than 500 words in length, telling us where you see the future of the energy industry. You can talk about anything you want — green energy, oil politics, the continued use of nuclear power, your personal ideas and innovations — so long as it’s about energy in the world of tomorrow. What do you think people will be reading about in the news in a few years?
Please feel free to check technical details regarding submissions, past winners, rules and requirements at the official scholarship website: https://energyrates.ca/energyrates-ca-scholarship/
Pursue Your Passion Student Scholarships
Scholarships available for Education, Athletics, The Arts
More information and application form available at:
Alberta Indigenous Awards
Alberta Student Aid recently launched the Indigenous Careers Award and the Indigenous Graduate Awards. These awards encourage Indigenous Albertans (First Nations, Métis and Inuit) to pursue either high-demand career program bands or graduate studies in Alberta. Students can learn more about both the Indigenous Careers and Graduate Awards on the Alberta Student Aid website:
Jimmie Condon Athletic Scholarships
Thinking of Ambrose? You won't want to miss out on this scholarship opportunity! The Presidential Scholarship provides full tuition for up to 4 years, eight consecutive semesters or the completion of one degree.
Click on the following link for full information.
Peter Elzinga Educational Scholarships
The Peter Elzinga Family Foundation awards 1 - 5 scholarships yearly ranging from $600 to $2000. Information here
Loran Scholars Foundation Scholarships
The Loran Scholars Foundation will offer up to 138 awards at the following three levels:
Up to 34 available and valued at $100,000 over four years, each award includes an annual stipend of $10,000, a matching tuition waiver, access to funding and internships through our summer program, invitations to annual gatherings and forums, and mentorship opportunities.•Loran Scholars may pursue undergraduate studies at the following universities only: Alberta, British Columbia, Calgary, Dalhousie, Guelph, King’s, Laval, McGill, McMaster, Manitoba, Memorial, Montréal, Mount Allison, New Brunswick, Ottawa, Queen’s, Ryerson, Saskatchewan, Sherbrooke, Simon Fraser, Toronto, Waterloo, Western, Victoria, York.•Loran Scholars must meet university and program admission requirements. To renew the award, Loran Scholars must maintain a B+ standing (3.3) under a full course load, live in university residence for the first year of study, show continued evidence of character, service and leadership and continue studies at their university of entrance.
Up to 54 one-time awards valued at $5,000 offered to final-ists not selected as Loran Scholars for use at any public Canadian university.
Up to 50 one-time awards valued at $2,000 offered to top candidates chosen by regional and direct pool interview committees, for use at any public Canadian university.
Please note: Travel to the nearest area committee interview in the fall is the responsibility of the applicant, including costs. Travel costs to national selections are largely reduced by grants.
Eligibility criteria for high school students be in their final year of uninterrupted full-time studies in high school.Present a minimum cumulative average of 85%.Hold Canadian citizenship or permanent resident status.Must be 16 years of age or older as of September 1st, 2019.
Follow this link for more information.