Awards & Bursaries
Terry Fox Humanitarian AwardShow
Award recipients must meet the following criteria:
- Involvement in voluntary humanitarian work.
- Canadian citizens or landed immigrants.
- Undergraduates studying towards their first university degree or diploma at a Canadian post-secondary institution in Canada.
- Maintain a satisfactory academic standing and continued involvement in voluntary humanitarian and community work.
Students are eligible to receive the Terry Fox Humanitarian Award until they have received their first university degree (for a maximum of four years), provided they have maintained a standard of humanitarian work and personal conduct which, in the opinion of the Board of Directors, justifies the award.
Phone #: 7787823057
Kin Canada AwardShow
- Must be a Canadian citizen or landed immigrant.
- Must be a full-time student in the process of graduating from high school or currently studying or registered at a post-secondary institution.
- Must complete the current application form and submit it to the Kinsmen, Kinette or Kin Club closest to their permanent residence by February 1. Bursary winners are notified before June 30 by their sponsoring club.
- Will be evaluated on their community and school involvement, knowledge of Kin Canada and financial need.
Phone #: 8007425546 ext: 205
Herbert H. Carnegie Future Aces Foundation Citizenship Award and ScholarshipShow
To be selected for support by the Foundation candidates must:
1. Exhibit the qualities of the Future ACES Creed Attitude, Ability, Action, Achievement Co-operation, Courage, Confidence Education, Empathy, Example Service, Sportsmanship
- We seek candidates who demonstrate exemplary citizenship qualities in their home, school and communities through extensive community service, volunteerism and commitment to humanitarian causes.
2. Be in need of financial assistance to further their educational plans
- We need to know what circumstances exist that would make it difficult for a candidate to receive post-secondary education without financial assistance.
3. Provide evidence of potential for success to continue to post secondary education and training
- We encourage all applicants, especially those who have the potential for success, but who might not receive scholarships based on marks alone.
4. Be 16 to 24 years of age
- This award is open to Canadian residents who are graduating from secondary school or CEGEP.
Schulich Leader ScholarshipShow
The Schulich Leader Nominees appointed as Schulich Leaders at each participating university will receive the sum of $60,000 CAD, with the amount of $15,000 per year to be paid over a period of four (4) years [or $20,000 per year to be paid over a period of three (3) years – for Cégep students completing
1. All Canadian high schools and secondary schools (outside of Quebec) are eligible to select one  candidate each year to represent their school as a Schulich Leader Nominee. Cégeps (in Quebec) may select two  nominees each.
- The candidate must be intending to enroll in a program at a minimum of one of the 20 participating Canadian universities in a STEM area of study (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) by March 1, 2017.
- The candidate must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada and be attending a Canadian high school/secondary school (outside of Quebec) or Cégep (in Quebec).
- Each candidate must possess at least two of the following three attributes:
Outstanding Community, business or entrepreneurial leadership
RBC Aboriginal Student Awards ProgramShow
You are eligible to apply to the RBC Aboriginal Student Awards Program if you are a Status Indian*, a Non-status Indian, Inuit or Métis and meet these criteria:
- You are a permanent resident or citizen of Canada
- You have applied or are currently attending an accredited post-secondary institution in Canada
- You maintain a full course load that leads to a recognized degree, certificate or diploma
- You have at least two years remaining in post-secondary academic program as of September 2016
- You require financial assistance to pursue your education