External Scholarships & Bursaries

Note: incumbent on students to monitor university websites regarding deadlines and criteria for major scholarships at those institutions. Also, Students applying to the US must be aware of the process and due dates for the Common Application for US Universities.

September

#Name of ScholarshipAmountQualificationsSend toDeadline
1Dr. George F. McCurdy Scholarship
$500-High school graduate with acceptable academic level
-Proof of post-secondary acceptance, leadership in school/community
-Written essay on contribution to education
The Society of the Dr. George F McCurdy
Scholarship Fund
2546 Brunswick Street
Halifax, NS
B3K 2Z6
Application Form: dr-george-f-mccurdy-scholarship
Sept 30
2Loran Scholar AwardRenewable for up to four years, with a total value of $100,000•Be in your final year of uninterrupted full-time studies in high school.
•Present a minimum cumulative average of 85%.
•Hold Canadian citizenship or permanent resident status.
•Be at least 16 years of age by September 1st of the following year.
Applicants to be considered for endorsement must pick up an application package in Student Services.Sept 29th in Student Services 4pm.

http://www.loranscholar.ca/
3Aboriginal Bursaries Search Tool.VariesVary

- 750 bursaries, scholarships, and incentives across Canada.
Website:
https://www.aadnc-aandc.gc.ca/eng/1351185180120/1351685455328
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4Black Educators Association: A Selected listing of Scholarships & BursariesVariesVaryWebsite:
http://www.theblackeducators.ca/web/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/BEA-Scholarship-Book-for-High-School-Students-2012.pdf
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October

#Name of ScholarshipAmountQualificationsSend toDeadline
1Morehead-Cain ScholarshipFour years, fully funded- A competitive applicant to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

- on track to graduate in the spring

- Be nominated by your High School

- required to have written SAT's in grade 11.
Apply online:
http://www.moreheadcain.org/take-morehead-cain-scholar/
End of October
2Horatio Alger Canadian Scholarships$5000- graduating high school pursuing post-secondary studies.
- Critical financial need.
- Display integrity and perseverance in overcoming adversity.
- Maintain a 65% avg
- Canadian citizen.
Apply online: https://www.horatioalger.ca/en/scholarships/about-our-scholarships-programs/provincial-programs/ End of October
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November

#Name of ScholarshipAmountQualificationsSend toDeadline
1TD Scholarships For Community Leadership$75,000Have demonstrated community leadership

Are in final year of high school or CEGEP (in Quebec)

Have a minimum overall grade average of 75% in their most recently completed school year
Apply online or mail application to:
Universities Canada
Ref: TD Scholarships for Community Leadership
350 Albert Street, Suite 1710
Ottawa, ON K1R 1B1
Mid November (check website as date varies from year to year)
Website: https://www.tdcanadatrust.com/products-services/banking/student-life/scholarship-for-community-leadership/index.jsp?cm_sp=cFALL000-886
2Schulich Leader Scholarships$80,000-$100,000You must be nominated by your High School. Come to CEC Student Services for your nomination package.
- Nominees must possess at least two of three criteria:
-Academic Excellence
-Leadership (community, business or entrepreneurial)
-Financial Need
To qualify, Nominees must:
- Graduate high school or Cégep in the 2016/2017 academic year
-Be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident
- Enroll at one of our partner universities

Deadline to apply to be nominated is the last Friday of November.

Website: http://www.schulichleaders.com/
3Burger King McLamore Foundation Amounts varies- Have a strong academic record with a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 2.5,
- Be passionate about serving the community, and
- Be a high school senior, BURGER KING® employee, spouse/domestic partner or child of an employee.
Apply Online:
https://bkmclamorefoundation.org/who-we-are/burger-king-scholars-program/
Mid December
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December

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January

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February

#Name of ScholarshipAmountQualificationsSend toDeadline
1CSLA Leadership Scholarship5@$1000-Minimum average of 70% in your graduation year
-Plan to attend an accredited Canadian post secondary institute
-Have made a superior contribution to Canadian student through membership in planning committees of major regional, provincial or national student leadership initiatives recognized by CSLA
-Have made a significant contribution to student leadership initiatives in their home community
CSLA Executive Director
2460 Tanner Road
Victoria, BC
V8Z 5R1
250-652-1634
Application: Studentleadership.ca/what-we-do-2/awards-and-scholarships/
March 1
2McEwen Scholarship$1000-Member or dependent of a member of a co-operative of Co-op Atlantic
-Full or part time employee, or dependent of a full time employee, of Co-op Atlantic or one of its member co-operatives
McEwen Scholarship Committee
c/o Information and Even Co-ordinator Corporate Affairs Dept
PO Box 750
Moncton, NB E1C 8N5
Application: http://www.coopatlantic.ca/htm.aspx?id=135
March 1
3Harrison McCain Scholarship/Bursary$16,000 (over 4 years)- 80% average in senior year of high school.
-Selection is based on academic performance, financial need, leadership qualities and a recognized initiative in funding own education.
-Check university websites for due dates (usually 1st of March).
Check the website of your chosen university.March 1
4Co-op Housing Diversity Scholarships$1500 (renewable)- living in a CHF Canada member co-op.
- full time student under the age of 30.
Apply Online: chfcanada.coop/novascotia
or call 1-866-213-2667 Ext 4 for more information.
Feb 27th


March

#Name of ScholarshipAmountQualificationsSend toDeadline
1Knights of Columbus Nova Scotia State Council-Simon J. Khattar Scholarship$500-Roman Catholic of good moral character
-Resident of Nova Scotia
-Based on academic standing
-Financial need
-Preference given to members of Knights of Columbus and immediately family
Ron Vautour
12 Whitman Court
Truro, NS
B2N 3G3
902-897-0785

Application Form: knights-of-columbus-simon-j-khattar-scholarship
Mar. 7
2Nova Scotia Power Employment Equity Scholarship4@$1500-Must be either disabled person, visible minority or Aboriginal person
-Graduate from high school
-Accepted into post secondary education
Nova Scotia Power Employment Equity Scholarship Committee
c/o Human Resources
1223 Lower Water Street
Halifax, NS B3J 3S8
Application: http://www.nspower.ca/en/home/community/scholarships/nova-scotia-power-employment-equity-scholarship.aspx
March 27
3Nova Scotia Power Trades Scholarship10@$1000-Visible minority, aboriginal, disabled students
-Canadian citizen
-Academic achievement, leadership ability
-75% average
Nova Scotia Power Employment Equity Scholarship Committee
PO Box 910
Halifax, NS
B3J 2A8
Application: http://www.nspower.ca/en/home/community/scholarships/trades-scholarship.aspx
March 28
4ATEC Special Achievement Bursary$500-Tested and diagnosed as requiring special placement, medical help or course adjustment
-Accepted by a post-secondary institution
-Role model to others; involved in extra-curricular activities; has met or surpassed educational goals
-In need of financial assistance
-A student in Nova Scotia
Wade Selig
1485 King Street
Bridgewater, NS
B4C 1C4
Phone: 902-514-8200
Fax: 902-541-8210
Application: http://atec.nstu.ca/images/Documents/December/bursary.pdf
March 31
5Dr. P. Anthony Johnstone Entrance Scholarship$6000-Current NS high school graduate
-Entering first year of an undergraduate Bachelor’s degree at a Maritime university
-Have demonstrated interest in multiculturalism and human rights
-Resident of Nova Scotia
-Demonstrates leadership ability, and a contribution to cultural/youth activities
-Required: application, essay, list of leadership abilities, academic reports, leadership report
Johnstone Scholarship Committee
Trade Mart Building
2021 Brunswick Street
PO Box 578
Halifax, NS
B3J 3B7
Phone: 902-424-7154
Fax: 902-424-0651

Application: http://novascotia.ca/lae/scholarships/
March 31
6Lutz/Lutes Family Scholarship$1000-Financial need
-Academic achievement
Lutz Mountain Heritage Foundation inc.
3143 Mountain Road
Moncton, NB E1G 2X1
April 1
7MS Society Scholarship Program – John Helou Scholarship$25,000 (renewable)-Canadian citizen
-At least an 85% average
-Financial need
- live in a family in which an immediate member (self, sibling or parent/guardian) is directly affected by MS
Application online:
https://juno.aucc.ca/app/mssociety.html
March 31


April

#Name of ScholarshipAmountQualificationsSend toDeadline
1Credit Counselling Services of Atlantic Canada Inc. ScholarshipSeveral
@$1000
-500 word essay addressing the scenario
-Advice received from interviews incorporated into the content of the essay
-Specifics on persons interviewed and the advice given as requested on Application Entry form
The Chairperson,
Education Committee
Credit Counselling Services of Atlantic Canada, Inc.
20 Alma Street
Saint John, NB E2L 5G6
Application:www.solveyourdebts.com/english/scholarships
April 10
2Partnership for Access Awareness (PAANS)8@$1000-Be a person with a permanent disability
-Be a permanent resident of Nova Scotia
-Be entering or continuing studies in a Canadian post-secondary institution that is recognized by the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada
-Not be involved in the selection process or related to any scholarship selection committee member
Partnership for Access Awareness Nova Scotia
2786 Agricula Street
Suite 208
Halifax, NS
B3K 4E1
Application: http://paans.ca/scholarship.html
April 10
3Hockey Nova Scotia9 @ $1000-Registered during current playing season with HNS as a member in good standing (player or official).
-Must graduate from high school same year the award is presented.
-Must commence post secondary studies at a Canadian University or Community College in the same year the award is presented or the first year after Junior eligibility if playing Jr. Hockey.
-Must achieve a high level of academic excellence, exceptional hockey/officiating ability and is committed to the principle of fair play and sportsmanship.
Hockey Nova Scotia
6300 Lady Hammond Road
Suite 200
Halifax, Nova Scotia
B3K 2R6
Application: www.hockeynovascotia.ca
April 13
4Royal Canadian Legion-Elsie Jean Lambert Scholarship$1000-Financial need with special consideration given to children of Veterans
-Graduating student
-Attending a post secondary institution
Bursary Committee
Nova Scotia/Nunavut Command
The Royal Canadian Legion
61 Gloria McCluskey Avenue
Dartmouth, NS B3B 2Z3
Application: http://www.ns.legion.ca/bursaries.html
April 15
5Royal Canadian Legion-Jack Moore Memorial Dominion Command Bursary$500-Financial need with special consideration given to children of Veterans
-Graduating student
-Attending a post secondary institution
Bursary Committee
Nova Scotia/Nunavut Command
The Royal Canadian Legion
61 Gloria McCluskey Avenue
Dartmouth, NS B3B 2Z3
Application: http://www.ns.legion.ca/bursaries.html
April 15
6Canadian Hospitality Foundation ScholarshipVaries-Graduating student from high school
-Accepted full time in a Hotel, Food, or Tourism and Hospitality university degree program at Mt. Saint Vincent, Ryerson, University of Guelph or University of Calgary
Canadian Hospitality Foundation
300 Adelaide Street East
Suite 213
Toronto, ON
M5A 1N1
Application: www.thechf.ca/scholarships
April 15
7Royal Canadian Legion-Wales Scholarship$6000Children/grandchildren of deceased/disabled veterans or pensioners
-Disabled Nova Scotian
-Starting or continuing post-secondary studies
-Ineligible to receive assistance from EAPD
Bursary Committee
Nova Scotia/Nunavut Command
The Royal Canadian Legion
61 Gloria McCluskey Avenue
Dartmouth, NS B3B 2Z3
Application: http://www.ns.legion.ca/bursaries.html
April 15
8JCF Grants3 Grants valued at $5000 dollars each- Applicant must be a graduating student from Cobequid Educational Centre
- Applicant can choose any University or Community College within Nova Scotia and display an ambition for the trades sector or academic stream.
- Financial need and the home environment are important factors to be considered (i.e. a student with less than ideal opportunities, or a student’s perseverance through struggling circumstance).
- Applicant must have achieved at least 70% avg.
- Applicant must show a desire and ambition to achieve success in the future.
Applicant must include a positive recommendation from CEC staff member or from a member of the community
Return applications to CEC Student Services.

Application: JCF Grant application
April 21
9DivertNS Scholarships: Champion of the Environment Scholarship$20,000 Dollars in ScholarshipsScholarship for students who have exemplified leadership in protecting our environment.
Application includes:
- a summary of recent environmental activities in your school or community.
- a letter of reference from someone in your school or community.
- a research essay on the issue of food waste.
- a contact information form (found on website).
Website:
http://divertns.ca/impact/events-contests/scholarship-competition
April 22
10Nova Scotia Power Aboriginal Scholarship$1500-Must be Aboriginal person
-Must have graduated from high school within 15 months preceding fall entrance into their first year of post secondary
Nova Scotia Power Aboriginal Scholarship Committee
c/o Human Resources
1223 Lower Water Street
Halifax, NS B3J 3S8
Application: http://www.nspower.ca/en/home/community/scholarships/aboriginal-scholarship.aspx
April 24
11Nova Scotia Power Environment Scholarship5@$1000-Entering into firest year of undergraduate environmental-related program
-Post secondary institution is in Nova Scotia
-Scholarship is non-transferable
Nova Scotia Power Environment Scholarship Committee
c/o Human Resources
1223 Lower Water Street
Halifax, NS B3J 3S8
Application: http://www.nspower.ca/en/home/community/scholarships/nova-scotia-power-university-scholarship.aspx
April 24
12Institute of Chartered Accountants Award4@$1000-Superior academic ability
-Strong organizational, analytical and communication skills
-Good judgment, integrity and persistence
-Extra-curricular and community activities
Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nova Scotia
1791 Barrington Street
Halifax, NS
B3J 3L1
Phone: 902-425-3291
www.icans.ns.ca
April 25
13Degarthe Art Scholarship$2500-Must be
completing a NS High School Diploma
-Enrolled in an art program at a university/college
-Transcript of marks
Ardith Haley
Dept of Education
English Program Services
2021 Brunswick Street
Halifax, NS B3J 2S9
902-424-8894
haleyaj@gov.ns.ca
Application: http://www.ednet.ns.ca/files/curriculum/deGartheArtSchCom2015.pdf
April 25
14Lions Club Memorial Scholarship$1000-Volunteer in the community.
-75% average or higher.
-Continuing studies at any post-secondary institution.
-Write a 1-page
essay
“What The Lions Club Means To The Community”
Student Services
David 895-7370
June 895-7872

Application Form: lions-club-memorial-scholarship
April 25
15Student Council Leadership ScholarshipVaries-Demonstrates leadership
within the school
-Good academic standing
-Excellent attendance
Student Services

Application Form: student-council-leadership-scholarship
April 25
16Robbie & Jean Shaw ScholarshipVaries- Minimum 75% Avg
- Why the IWK is special to you
- Community involvement (both IWK and beyond)
- Hopes and dreams for the future
- Outline how the scholarship will make a difference for the recipient
IWK Foundation
B220-5855 Spring Garden Road
Halifax, NS B3H 4S2
Application: IWK_ScholarshipApplicationForm_2017_FINAL
April 28
17Royal Canadian Legion Bursary-Ladies’ Auxiliary Bursary1@$1000-Resident of Truro area served by Colchester Branch
-Reasonable academic standing
-Individual need
Son/daughter/grandson/
granddaughter of a legion member
-First year post-secondary
studies only
The Secretary
Colchester Branch No. 26
Royal Canadian Legion
PO Box 635
Truro, NS B2N 5E5
Phone: 902-895-1020

Application Form: royal-canadian-legion-branch-26-ladies-auxiliary-bursary
April 30
18Royal Canadian Legion Bursary-Colchester Branch No. 2610@$1000-Resident of Truro area served by Colchester Branch
-Reasonable academic standing
-Individual need
Son/daughter/grandson/
granddaughter of a legion member
-First year post-secondary
studies only
The Secretary
Colchester Branch No. 26
Royal Canadian Legion
PO Box 635
Truro, NS
B2N 5E5
Phone: 895-0233

Application Form: royal-canadian-legion-branch-26-bursary
April 30
19Dr. Stanley Curtis Memorial Co-operative Scholarship2@$500-Entering into first year of post secondary studies
-Parents/
guardians must be active members of a co-operative venture
-Must be involved in community
and extra
curricular activities
Student Services

Application Form: dr-stanley-curtis-memorial-co-operative-scholarship
April 30
20Assumption Foundation ScholarshipVaries-Grade point average of at
least 70% for the last completed school year
-Financial need
-Enrolled at a
college or university for the up-coming September
-Applications available at http://www.assumption.ca/english/index/dynamic.cfm?id=319
Assumption Place
770 Main Street
Moncton, NB
E1C 8L1
Phone: 506-853-8040
Fax: 506-853-5519
April 30
21Nova Scotia IODE Bursary Provincial ChapterVaries-Student in need of financial
help to continue education
Provincial Education
Box 2357
Springhill, NS B0M 1X0

Application Form: nova-scotia-provincial-chapter-iode-bursary
April 30
22Atlantic Commerce Scholarship$500-Attending a commerce or business related program
-Financial need
-Academic achievement
-Community involvement
Atlantic Commerce Scholarship Selection Committee
c/o Matthew Boudreau
505-1239 Barrington Street
Halifax, NS B3J 1Y3
April 30
23Black Educators Association BursaryVaries-African Nova Scotia (at least one parent to be of African descent)
-Resident of Nova Scotia
-Graduating student/or equivalent
-Continuing studies at post-secondary institution
-Financial need
Black Educators Association
2136 Gottingen Street
Halifax, NS
B3K 3B3
http://bea.eastlink.ca
Krista Maxwell 893-4428
Application: http://www.theblackeducators.ca/web/?page_id=783
April 30
24Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus Education Award-Dr. E. Bruce Hendrick Scholarship ProgramVaries-Resident of Nova Scotia
-Have Spina Bifida or Hydrocephalus
-Member of SBHANS
Bursary Program Committee
Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus Assoc. of Canada
977-167 Lombard Avenue
Winnipeg, MB R3B 0V3
Application: http://www.sbhac.ca
April 30
25Royal Canadian Legion Bursary-Debert Branch No. 1062@$750-Financial need
-Preference to Debert resident
-Not necessarily veteran’s grandchild
-Consideration given to study of geriatric care
-Medicine, nursing, but not limited to these
Debert Branch No. 106
Royal Canadian Legion
PO Box 81
Debert, NS
B0M 1G0

Application Form: Branch 106 Royal Canadian Legion
April 30
26The Bruce Pettipas Agricultural Scholarship-Maritime Beef Testing Society$500-Majoring in Animal Science
-Entering an Agriculture Degree
Maritime Beef Testing Society
4133 Hwy 302
Nappan, NS
B0L 1C0
April 30
27Rotary Club of Truro Post-Secondary Educational Bursary$1000-Must be attending CEC, NCHS, or SCA
-Pursuing studies at university/community college
-University entrance standing required
Bursary Selection Committee
Rotary Club of Truro
PO Box 115
Truro, NS
B2N 5B6

Application Form: rotary-club-of-truro-bursary
May 1
28Rutherford-Taylor-Forbes Memorial Scholarship$1500-Student from the Stewiacke Valley area entering a post secondary educational institution
-Involvement in church activity, community activity
-Financial need
-Scholastic ability
-Preference will be given to the applicants entering in a humanitarian field
Please forward applications to Student Services
Charles Crouse
902-673-2196

Application Form: rutherford-taylor-forbes-memorial-scholarship
May 1
29Nova Scotia Equestrian Federation Educational Bursary Program4@$500-NSEF member in Good Standing for the past two years.
-Lived in Nova Scotia for the past two years
-Post-secondary educational institute on a full time bases
Nova Scotia Equestrian Federation
5516 Spring Garden Road,
4th Floor
Halifax, NS
B3J 1G6
Application: www.horsenovascotia.ca
May 1
30Pengrowth-Nova Scotia Energy Scholarship ProgramVaries-Personal Information
-One Page Essay
-High School Transcript
-Well-rounded individuals
-Community Involvement
Mail to address on application: http://energy.novascotia.ca/career-development/scholarship-programMay 1
31Pengrowth-Nova Scotia Energy Scholarship Program-Energy Trade and TechnologyVaries-Applying to NSCC
-One page essay
-Personal info
-High school transcript
Mail to address on application: http://energy.novascotia.ca/career-development/scholarship-programMay 1
32Top Talent Scholarship Program$250-Academic achievement
-Referral
Apply on line: http://students2mentors.com/May 1
33Nova Scotia Talent TrustVaries-Outstanding/exceptional talents and potential to become recognized artists in their chosen fields
-Priority given to those undertaking recognized program
-Resident of Nova Scotia (at least 4 years)
-Specific support materials (see application) for: Dance, Theatre, Musical Theatre & Opera; Literary Arts, Media Arts, Music and all audio tapes; Visual Arts, Film and Video
Website:
http://www.nstalenttrust.ns.ca/Scholarships/Apply/
May 1
34The Gage Lewis Memorial ScholarshipVaries-Must be continuing their
education
either at a community college or university.
Please view the following application:

THE GAGE LEWIS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
May 1


May

#Name of ScholarshipAmountQualificationsSend toDeadline
1102 Wing Truro Bursary3@$500-Family member who is affiliated with the Air Force Assoc. for a minimum of at least three years or a Veteran amongst their relatives
-Applicants must be a Canadian Citizen and a resident of Colchester County
-Entering University or College directly from High School
Please mail to the 102 Wing
Application Form: 102-wing-truro-bursary
May 9
2Bishop Colin Campbell Bursary$1000-Members/wives/children of Cobequid Council No. 6633 members or deceased members of (Knights of Columbus)
-Minimum average of 70% in six courses
-Need
-Primary consideration to those entering first year post-secondary
-Submit proposed course of study
Bishop Colin Campbell Bursary
PO Box 577
Truro, NS
B2N 5C7

Att: Bill Whitffen

Application Form: bishop-colin-campbell-bursary
May 10
3Charlie A'Court Scholarship for Excellence in Music (CASEM)$500- Resident of Nova Scotia
- Applicants will be evaluated on such factors including, but limited to, musical talent and aptitude, extra-curricular involvement in high school, and community involvement.
- Applicants must have an 85% average or higher in Music, and an overall average of no less than 80%.
- Proof of acceptance into post-secondary institution.
- Additional documentation showing musical ability or community engagement outlined in the application.
Return applications to CEC Student Services.
Application: CASEM Application
May 12
4The EANS Memorial Scholarship-The Jesse Payne Memorial Bursary$500-Must be under physician’s care for the treatment of epilepsy, to assist with their post-secondary education at any recognized institution throughout the worldThe Epilepsy Association of NS
5880 Spring Garden Rd, Suite 306
Halifax, NS B3H 1Y1
Application: http://epilepsyns.org
May 15
5The EANS Memorial Scholarship-Russell Kline Memorial Bursary3@$500-Must have been accepted at a recognized post-secondary institution
-Letter verifying the diagnosis of Epilepsy from GP or Neurologist
-Required: written submission (no more than 3 pages) please include: your goals, how the scholarship will make you achieve those goals, how this will make a difference in your life
-Two reference letters needed
-More details on applications form
The EANS Education Committee
The Medical Arts Building
5880 Spring Garden Rd
Suite 306
Halifax, NS
B3H 1Y1
Phone: 902-429-2633
Fax: 902-425-0821
Application: http://epilepsyns.org
May 15
6Tourism Scholarship$1250-NS graduating student
-Post-Secondary undergraduate study relevant to Tourism/Hospitality industry at eligible university, community college, and private school
-Renewable (must re-apply)
Tourism Scholarship
C/o TIANS Human Resource Council
1109 Marginal Road Suite 2011
Halifax, NS B3H 4P7
Application: https://gallery.mailchimp.com/be12e74e9488f5b9154d50511/files/HighSchoolTourismScholarships.pdf
May 15
7Truro Golf Club Member Memorial Award$500-Must be a member of Truro Golf Club
-Graduating student going on to post-secondary studies
Al MacDonald
Truro Golf Club
May 15
8Ed Lorraine BursaryVaries-Must attend post secondary institution
-Must reside and attend school in Colchester North (NCHS or CEC)
-Must attain a minimum average 65% (five or more subjects at the grade 12 level
-Student should demonstrate leadership, citizenship and integrity through school and/or community involvement
-Please include a copy of your transcript.
Student Services

Application Form: ed-lorraine-bursary
May 15
9Monsignor Martin Memorial Scholarship$1000-Female candidate of Catholic faith and planning to attend an institution of higher learning
-Good character, spirit, cooperation with staff and students
-Involved in school activities
-Financial need
-Full member of the church
The Education Convener, CWL
Immaculate Conception Church
669 Prince Street
Truro, NS
B2N 5C7

Application Form: monsignor-martin-memorial-scholarship
May 15
10Munro C. Bell Bursary$1000-Resident of Stewiacke Valley graduating from CEC or SCA
-Enrolled in any human health related discipline in a post-secondary institution, including community college
-Based on need, academic standing, character, extra-curricular/community activities
Student Services
Cheryl MacKay
671-2324

Application Form: munro-c-bell-bursary
May 15
11Grace Bethel Health Education Bursary2@$1000-Must be entering a health related field directly from high school
-Should have conditional acceptance from institution at which further study will be pursued
-Graduating current year from one of the CCRSB schools
-Write letter indicating activities, interest, plans along with names and addresses of two character reference
Colchester Regional Hospital Auxiliary
Bursary Chairperson
207 Willow Street
Truro, NS
B2N 5A1

Application Form: grace-bethel-health-education-bursary
May 21
12Canadian Union of Public Employees-Local 38906@$750-Attending school in CCRSB
-Is planning to attend post-secondary institution/college
-Based on academic performance, participation in school/community affairs
-Financial need
-Preference given to son, daughter, ward of Local 3890 CUPE member
CUPE Local 3890
C/o Sherrylynn Jaguary-Woodworth
40 Matthews Drive
M-2, Comp 15
Stewiacke, NS B0N 2J0
902-639-2306
May 22
13Morton Simmonds Educational Scholarship Correctional Workers ProgramTuition and textbooks-Member of African Nova Scotian Community and/or First Nations Community
-19 years of age or older (proof of age required).
-Applicants must hold a high school diploma or GED Certificate.
-NSCC Human Service course or university degree.
-Be accepted by NSCC (Correction Officer Program).
-All potential candidates shall meet all requirements for employment and student placement at a Provincial Correctional Services Facility prior to being accepted.
Morton Simmonds Scholarship Society
16 Robert Annie Lane
North Preston, NS
B2Z 1A4

Application Form: morton-simmonds-educational-scholarship
May 24
14Community Credit Union of Cumberland Colchester Limited T. M. MacIntyre and John Bower Bursary$1000-Graduating from any high school in Colchester, Cumberland, or Sackville, NB
-Member of Community Credit Union
-Financial need
Please forward applications to your local Credit Union
Application: www.communitycreditunion.ns.ca
May 28
15Nova Scotia Department of Education African Canadian Services Division-University Entrance Scholarship$4500-Available to African Nova Scotian students who have successfully completed courses required for a NS High School Graduation Diploma
-Have been accepted into post secondary institution immediately following Grade 12
-Average 75% or higher in Grade 12 required number of subjects
-Demonstrated leadership qualities
-Recommended by high school administration
-Accepted for registration in a full time degree program
Dept of Education and Culture
African Canadian Services Division
PO Box 578
2024 Brunswick Street
Halifax, NS
B3J 2S9
Application: https://acs.ednet.ns.ca/content/scholarship-program-african-nova-scotian-students
May 29
16Nova Scotia Freemasons Bursary-Fellowship Lodge 112$1500Canadian citizen, resident of Colchester County, CEC graduate
-First year degree granting university/college in one of four Atlantic Provinces
-Minimum average of 75% in grade 12
-High qualities of citizenship, leadership, and sportsmanship
Please return applications to Student Services

Application Form: nova-scotia-freemasons-bursary-fellowship-lodge-112
May 29
17Andrew Yorke Memorial BursaryVaries-Lives in the Five Islands, Economy, Bass River area
-Graduating student
Carole Fisher/Bonnie Yorke
2896 Hwy 4
Glenholme, NS
B0M 1G0
902-662-2234

Application Form: andrew-yorke-memorial-bursary
May 29
18Halifax Region Children’s Aid Foundation Education Achievement AwardVaries-Youth formerly in the care and custody of the Province of Nova ScotiaHalifax Region Children’s Aid Foundation
1888 Brunswick Street, Suite 803
Halifax, NS B3J 3J8
902-422-1316
Application: http://www.hrcaf.org
May 30
19Monsanto Canada Opportunity Scholarship$1500-Canadian high school student from agricultural or forestry family farms who have successfully enrolled at Canadian educational institution
-First year in agricultural science or forestry program
Monsanto Canada Opportunity Scholarships
Monsanto Canada Inc.
67 Scurfield Blvd..
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3Y 1G4
www.monsanto.ca
204-985-1000
May 30
20Wal-Mart Canada Community Scholarship Program$4000-Graduating High School student
-Going to attend full-time at an accredited college/university in Canada
Wal-Mart Canada Community Scholarship Program
C/o Corporate Affairs
Wal-Mart Canada Corp.
1940 Argentia Road
Mississauga, ON L5N 1P9
905-821-2111 EXT 4466
May 30
21Harry Jerome ScholarshipVaries-High academic achievement
-Financial need
-Recognized contribution to the Black Community
The Board of Trustees
Harry Jerome Scholarship
C/o Black Business and Professional Association
307-675 King Street West
Toronto, ON
M5V 1M9
Application: http://bbpa.org
May 30
22Nova Scotia Freemasons Bursary-North Star Lodge74$1000Canadian citizen, resident of Colchester County, CEC graduate
-First year degree granting university/college in one of four Atlantic Provinces
-Minimum average of 75% in grade 12
-High qualities of citizenship, leadership, and sportsmanship
Please return applications to Student Services for pick up
Jack Johnson 895-0036

Application Form: nova-scotia-freemasons-bursary-north-star-lodge-74
May 31
23Rose Benteau, Jack Stuewe and Gary Rix Educational Awards$1000-Must be a member or child of a memberRose Benteau, Jack Stuewe and Gary Rix
Educational Awards Committee
c/o Province House Credit Union
1724 Granville Street
Halifax, NS B3J 1X5
Application: https://www.provincialemployees.com/Home/InOurCommunity/CommunityPrograms/EducationalAwards/
May 31
24Nova Scotia Freemasons Scholarship-Lodge 432@$1500-Canadian citizen, resident of Colchester County, CEC graduate
-First year degree granting university/college in one of four Atlantic Provinces
-Minimum average of 75% in grade 12
-High qualities of citizenship, leadership, & sportsmanship
Please return applications to Student Services
Jack Welcher
895-2685 Home
893-2048 Work

Application Form: nova-scotia-freemasons-bursary-truro-masonic-lodge-43
May 31
25CEC Musical Theatre Award$1000-Contributed to CEC MusicalStudent Services

Application Form: cec-musical-theatre-award
May 31
26Canadian Federation of Independent Grocers Scholarship1@ $6000
12@ $1500
-Must be a Canadian resident studying in Canada
-Must be enrolled in a post-secondary program of at least 2 years
-Must be in Grade 11 or 12
College or University students must be enrolled in at least one more full year of study as of Spring 2010
-Must be sponsored by a CFIG member store
-Only complete applications containing full and accurate information will be considered
-Plagiarism is an infringement of copyright laws. All essays must be properly referenced.
Apply online
cfig.ca/national-scholarship
May 31
27Nova Scotia Fruit Growers Bursary$500-Member (or child) of the NSFGA
-Entering or already studying in a field of Agriculture
-Academic achievement
-Community involvement
Education Committee
NS Fruit Growers Bursary
Blair House
Agriculture Centre
Kentville, NS
B4N 1J5
May 31
28MADD Canada Bursary Fund$2000-Canadian students who have a had a parent or legal guardian killed in an impaired driving crash
-Pursuing any full time post secondary educational program that is approved by a provincial Ministry of Education
Sandy Jukes
Partnership Outreach Manager
MADD Canada
500-2010 Winston Park Drive
Oakville, ON L6H 5R7
905-829-8805 EXT 300
Application: www.madd.ca
May 31
29Bible Hill Kinsmen Bursary Award2@$500-Resident of Colchester County
-Graduate of CEC, SCA
-Attending recognized post-secondary institution (Canada, USA)
-Financial need and academic achievement
-Awarded upon successful completion of first semester and proof of registration for second semester (award sent to institution)
Please forward applications to Student Services

David Thexton
Phone: 902-899-1592

Application Form: bible-hill-kinsmen-bursary-award
May 31
30Tyler Davis Allen Memorial Award$500-CEC Male student who has overcome personal and/or academic challenges
-Attending a NSCC for a trade
Student ServicesJune 1


June

#Name of ScholarshipAmountQualificationsSend toDeadline
1Trappers Association Bursary-Marion Sweet Memorial Bursary$500-High school completion
-Available to members of the Trappers Association
Ross White
271 Valley Road
Truro, NS B2N 5B2
Application: http://www.trappersassociationofnovascotia.ca/education/marion_award.asp
June 10
2Graham Pinsent Memorial Bursary$500-Lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgendered youth, age twenty five or under who:
• have been accepted to or are attending a Canadian post secondary institution
• is a resident of Nova Scotia
• demonstrates financial need
Graham Pinsent Memorial Bursary Fund
Lesbian, Gay & Bisexual Youth Project
2281 Brunswick Street
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3K 2Y9
Application: http://www.youthproject.ns.ca/services.php?loc=Bursary
June 21
3The Buddy Daye Scholarship Award$500-Any individual, school, youth group, community group or sports organization may nominate for the award ) NO individual can nominate himself/herself for the award)
-Youth between 14 and 24 years old are eligible for the award
-The nominee must be a resident of Nova Scotia
-The nominees will be rated on athletic accomplishments, community involvement (civil and human rights, and volunteer activity beneficial to the community) and scholastic achievement in the qualifying past 12 months(from July to June)
-Only activities done in a volunteer capacity will be considered
-The nominee must be continuing their studies in the upcoming academic year
The Buddy Daye Scholarship Selection Committee
PO Box 8071
Halifax, NS B3k 5L8
c/o Community Foundations of Nova Scotia
5718 Point Pleasant Dr
Halifax, NS B3N 1B5
Application: http://cfns-fcne.ca
June 30


July

#Name of ScholarshipAmountQualificationsSend toDeadline
1National Union-Aboriginal Canadian Scholarship$1500-All Aboriginal Canadian children (including foster children) of National Union of Public Employees members who plan to enter the first year of an Canadian public post-secondary education institution full timeNational Union-Aboriginal Canadians
15 Auriga Drive
Nepean, ON
K2E 1B7
Phone: 613-228-9800
Application:www.nupge.ca
July 7
2National Union-Tommy Douglas Scholarship$1500-Child/foster child of Nation Union member
- Entering first year full time program at post-secondary institution in the fall
National Union-Tommy Douglas Scholarship
15 Auriga Drive
Nepean, ON
K2E 1B7
Phone: 613-228-9800
Fax: 613-228-9801
Application: www.nupge.ca
July 7
3National Union-Visible Minorities$1500-Visible minority child/foster child of National Union member
-NSGEU
-Entering first year full time program at post-secondary institution in the fall
National Union-Visible Minorities
15 Auriga Drive
Nepean, ON
K2E 1B7
Phone: 613-228-9800/9801 fax
Application: www.nupge.ca
July 7
4National Union-Terry Fox Foundation Scholarship$1500-Child/foster child with disabilities of National Union member
-Entering first year full time program at post-secondary institution in the fall
National Union-Terry Fox Foundation Scholarship
15 Auriga Drive
Nepean, ON K2E 1B7
Phone: 613-228-9800
Application: www.nupge.ca
July 7
5National Union- Brian Fudge Memorial Scholarship$1500- entering the field of study in policing, criminal justice services, community services or health care services.
- be a child/grandchild of National Union of Public and General Employees current or retired.
- Plan to study at a Canadian public post secondary institution in the following year.
National Union- Brian Fudge Memorial Scholarship
15 Auriga Drive
Nepean, ON K2E 1B7
Phone: 613-228-9800
Application: www.nupge.ca
July 7
6Nova Scotia Federation of Labour CLC Bursary-Joe Gannon Memorial Bursary$1000-Cannot apply for JK Bell Bursary
-Son/daughter/legal ward of a trade unionist whose local union is affiliated with NS Federation of Labour
-Entering degree-granting university
Selections Committee
NS Federation of Labour
Suite 225
3700 Kempt Road
Halifax, NS
B3K 4X8 www.nsfl.ns.ca
902-454-6735
Application: nslabour.ca/for-union-members/education/workplace-education/bursaries/
July 11
7Nova Scotia Federation of Labour CLC Bursary-J. K. Bell Bursary$1000-Cannot apply for Joe Gannon or Leo McKay Bursaries)
-Son/daughter/legal ward of a trade unionist whose local union is affiliated with NS Federation of Labour
-Entering program at Community College, Trade School
Selections Committee
NS Federation of Labour
Suite 225
3700 Kempt Road
Halifax, NS
B3K 4X8 www.nsfl.ns.ca
902-454-6735
Application: nslabour.ca/for-union-members/education/workplace-education/bursaries/
July 11
8Nova Scotia Federation of Labour CLC Bursary-Leo F McKay Bursary$1000-Cannot apply for JK Bell Bursary
-Son/daughter/legal ward of a trade unionist whose local union is affiliated with NS Federation of Labour
58-Entering degree-granting university
Selections Committee
NS Federation of Labour
Suite 225
3700 Kempt Road
Halifax, NS
B3K 4X8 www.nsfl.ns.ca
902-454-6735
Application: nslabour.ca/for-union-members/education/workplace-education/bursaries/
July 11
9Nova Scotia Federation of Labour CLC Bursary-Alex (Sugarcamp) MacDonald Memorial Bursary$1000-Son/daughter/legal ward of a trade unionist whose local union is affiliated with NS Federation of Labour
-Entering degree-granting university, college, trade/technical school, community college
Selections Committee
NS Federation of Labour
Suite 225
3700 Kempt Road
Halifax, NS
B3K 4X8 www.nsfl.ns.ca
902-454-6735
Application: nslabour.ca/for-union-members/education/workplace-education/bursaries/
July 11
10Nova Scotia Federation of Labour CLC Bursary-Glenda Cooper Memorial Bursary$1000-Son/daughter/legal ward of a trade unionist whose local union is affiliated with NS Federation of Labour
-Entering degree-granting university, college, trade/technical school, community college
Selections Committee
NS Federation of Labour
Suite 225
3700 Kempt Road
Halifax, NS
B3K 4X8 www.nsfl.ns.ca
902-454-6735
Application: nslabour.ca/for-union-members/education/workplace-education/bursaries/
July 11
11APEX Invitational Golf AssociationVaries-African Canadian student
-Graduating student
Applications Forwarded to:

Jude Clyke
Prince Street, Truro, NS (902) 893-8254
clykejc@live.com

Wayne Talbot
Prince Street, Truro, NS (902) 895-2986
wayne.talbot@bellalliant.net

Application Form:APEX Scholarship
July 15
12Nova Scotia Department of Education African Canadian Services Division-Community College or Trade School Award$1800-Successful completion of grade 12 in NS
-Immediate enrollment to post-secondary institution in approved Community College or Trade School
-Available one year, unless program is two years in duration
-Studying in the field of Performing Arts
Dept of Education and Culture
African Canadian Services Division
PO Box 578
2024 Brunswick Street
Halifax, NS
B3J 2S9
Application: https://acs.ednet.ns.ca/content/scholarship-program-african-nova-scotian-students
July 31
13Nova Scotia Department of Education African Canadian Services Division-Post-Secondary Promotion Award$2500-Enrolled full time in the first year at an approved post-secondary institution
-Also full time second year students who successfully complete first year
Dept of Education and Culture
African Canadian Services Division
PO Box 578
2024 Brunswick Street
Halifax, NS
B3J 2S9
Application: https://acs.ednet.ns.ca/content/scholarship-program-african-nova-scotian-students
July 31
14Nova Scotia Department of Education African Canadian Services Divisions-Performing Arts$1000-An African Nova Scotian student is a Canadian citizen whose parent(s) is (are) of the African descent
-Resides in Nova Scotia
-Graduate of Nova Scotia school system
-Have a concentration in one of the performing arts genre
Dept of Education and Culture
African Canadian Services Division
PO Box 578
2024 Brunswick Street
Halifax, NS
B3J 2S9
Application: https://acs.ednet.ns.ca/content/scholarship-program-african-nova-scotian-students
July 31


August

#Name of ScholarshipAmountQualificationsSend toDeadline
1Federation of Foster Families of Nova Scotia-The Jenny Cajolais Memorial ScholarshipVaries-A birth or adopted child of foster parents who have been fostering for a minimum of 5 years
-Must be enrolled in an educational program to further his/her skills
Federation of Foster Families of Nova Scotia
PO Box 2282
Halifax Central Post Office
Halifax, NS
B3J 3C8
Application: www.fosterfamilies.ns.ca/resources
Aug 15
2Federation of Foster Families of Nova Scotia-The Thelma Goodall Memorial BursaryVaries-Youth in care or former youth in care who is enrolled in an educational program to further his/her skillsFederation of Foster Families of Nova Scotia
PO Box 2282
Halifax Central Post Office
Halifax, NS
B3J 3C8
Application: www.fosterfamilies.ns.ca/resources
Aug 15


Other

#Name of ScholarshipAmountQualifcationsSend toDeadline
1Harrison McCain Scholarship$4000 per year-80% average in senior year of high school.
-Selection is based on academic performance, financial need, leadership qualities and a recognized initiative in funding own education.
-Check university websites for due dates (usually 2nd or 3rd week of March).
Check all University and College website for application and deadlinesCheck each University
2Bob Molaski Bursary$500-Applicants must have a relative that is a member at the Mountain Golf and Country Club
-Graduating student
-Must be planning to attend any post secondary institution/college
Att: Ross Percy/Bob Molaski Bursary
Mountain Golf and Country Club
1195 Pictou Road
East Mountain, NS
B6L 2N1
902-893-2841
Contact
Golf
Course
3Nova Scotia Community College Entrance Awards26 @ $2700-Minimum average of 75% of the top five Grade 11 marks and up to five of the top Grade 12 marks.
-Required to submit a brief essay on the merits of a community college education. Maximum length of no more than 500 words or two pages double-spaced, typed text.
-Financial need.
NSCC Campus you will be attending in September.Varies
4Nova Scotia Talent TrustVariesOutstanding/exceptional talents and potential to become recognized artists in their chosen fields
-Priority given to those undertaking recognized program
-Resident of Nova Scotia (at least 4 years)
-Specific support materials (see application) for: Dance, Theatre, Musical Theatre & Opera; Literary Arts, Media Arts, Music and all audio tapes; Visual Arts, Film and Video
NS Talent Trust
PO Box 578
Halifax, NS
B3J 2S9
Phone: 902-424-4179
Fax: 902-424-010
www.nstalenttrust.ns.ca
Varies