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Lethbridge College Open House - Feb 10
Saturday February 10 @ 10am-2pm
- Apply on the spot
- Take a tour of the campus
- Speak with a faculty member or a representative from your academic area of interest
- Explore a wide range of academic programs, student services, and student activities and organizations
- Visit interactive program areas
- Register and attend Open House on Feb. 10 to be entered in the draw to win a $1500 tuition credit.
Register at: lethbridgecollege.ca/openhouse
RCMP Depot Youth Camp
The Depot Youth Camp is a week-long summer camp for students in Grades 11 and 12 (ages 16-19).
Students selected for the RCMP Youth Camp form a co-ed group that is reflective of a typical RCMP cadet troop. By the end of the week-long camp, the group will develop a good understanding of the career possibilities offered by the RCMP, which will allow you to obtain a better understanding of what life would be like as a member of the RCMP.
Student selection will be based on academic achievement, fitness and interest in a career in policing. While at camp, students will be issued parts of the RCMP uniform to wear and will be expected to act as a troop in training. They will be required to wake up early, keep dorms clean, and behave as a professional representative of the RCMP.
August 6-10, 2018 Open to Everyone
August 13-17, 2018 Aboriginal Focus
Application Deadline: March 1, 2018
The Alberta and Canada governments provide student loans and grants to help you reach your post-secondary educational goals.
When you apply as a full-time student, you are considered for both Alberta and Canada student loans and grants. Financial assistance is also available for students studying part-time.
Alexander Rutherford Scholarship
Purpose: To recognize and reward academic achievement at the senior high school level and to encourage students to pursue post-secondary studies.
Value: Up to $2500
Eligibility: Apply once your final official high school transcript marks are available and when you are enrolled in full-time post-secondary studies. Anyone with averages of 75% or higher in any of Grade 10, 11 and 12 will recieve the scholarship. Make you sure you apply!
Terry Fox Humanitarian Award Deadline February 1, 2018
The Award is highly competitive and we consider the most suitable candidates to be those who demonstrate the ideals of Terry Fox - true humanitarians, individuals who are compassionate, and altruistic in their intention to improve the lives of others and human welfare overall.
Online application and further eligibility criteria is available at www.terryfoxawards.ca
John Hasselfield Endowment Foundation Scholarship
Deadline: March 1, 2014
1. Be a student presently enrolled in an Alberta public school.
2. Provide a written essay (approximately 500 words) outlining
a. How and when the funds will be used?
b. What you have contributed financially or in other ways toward your goal?
c. What obstacles, financial or otherwise beyond your control, are impeding achievement of your goals?It is important to convey a clear message to the Foundation Directors with your essay. Use as few or as many words as you feel necessary to tell us your story.
3. Provide a letter of reference from an adult other than a family member (educator, coach or mentor).
4. Use the funds allocated for the intended purpose and provide the directors with follow-up.
Note: the Foundation will not offer funding for post secondary education
Canada’s Luckiest Student Scholarship and Prizes April 30, 2018
So what’s this contest all about?
It starts with $20,000 for you to use for school; a Contiki Eurotrip for 2; Groceries for a year and it only gets better from there. t.
Due: April 30, 2018
You must join Student Life Network in order to apply.
Peter Elzinga Family Foundation Scholarships. Deadline June 1, 2018
Applicants must complete an application form and provide three letters of reference. Applicants must also include a cover letter stating why they are applying for the scholarship and why he/she has selected their course of study.
Applicants will be selected on the basis of maturity, leadership, and citizenship qualities with preference given to those who demonstrate financial need.
Stuck At Prom Scholarship. Deadline June 1, 2018
The Stuck at Prom Scholarship Contest challenges students to create prom outfits using Duck Tape and wear them to prom for a chance to win scholarship cash.
First Place: $10,000
Second Place: $5,000
Third Place: $3,000
Singles Winner: $1,000
Woodman White & Associates Scholarship - July 1, 2018
Woodman White & Associates is a Public Accounting firm in Lethbridge, Alberta that is committed to promoting and encouraging today's students to pursue continuing education in the field of Business Management with an emphasis in the field of Accounting. The scholarship is intended to assist and encourage Southern Alberta students in their pursuit of this goal.
Award Value: One award of $3000 - payment is made over 3 years and is dependent on applicant meeting yearly qualifications.
Eligibility: Applicants must
- Be a Canadian Citizen and an Albertan resident
- Be enrolled full-time in a Canadian post-secondary program, pursuing degree in Accounting, Commerce, or Business Management.
Selection Criteria: One Student will be selected from all applicants to receive the award.
- Combined average final mark of English 30-1 or 30-2 and Math 30-1 or 30-2.
- Submission of an essay (250 words maximum) responding to the question "Why ethics, honesty, and integrity are essential characteristics of an Accountant."
- Completion of any BIT Financial Management Courses/Projects or Practicums taken between Grades 10 and 12.
Application is available in Career Counselors Office.
Hammock Stand Expert Scholarship. Deadline August 1, 2017
This $1000 scholarship always goes to a student that shares the best story on traveling without spending money. For this, you are free to talk about any trip that you went for without using cash and your experiences.
Stories should be between 700 and 1000 words and describe your experiences in an interesting and detailed way. Also, it is important to make sure that the piece is 100% original which you can quickly ascertain with a plagiarism checker and that it is free of grammatical and spelling mistakes.
Dustin Beyer Memorial Scholarship KATE ANDREWS SCHOLARSHIP
Dustin Beyer Memorial Scholarship
- Value of $1000
- Awarded to a graduating Grade 12 student from Kate Andrews who intend to pursue post-secondary education (college, university, or trade school)
- Be a well-rounded individual involved in the life of school and community (community service, 4-H, school band, church activity, volunteer, hockey, or other sports, etc.)
- Provide a letter addressed to the Beyer family indicating why the student feels he/she should qualify to receive the scholarship and detailing their involvement in school activities and their community
- The recipient will be selected by the Beyer family
Chilako Drilling & Coaldale Hydraulics Award KATE ANDREWS SCHOLARSHIP
Chilako Drilling & Coaldale Hydraulics Award
- Value of $3000
- Awarded to a graduating Grade 12 student from Kate Andrews who will be attending Lethbridge College in the School of Engineering Technologies
- Preference will be given to a student in the Civil Engineering Technology program
- Must register at Lethbridge College in the same calendar year as grade 12 graduation
- Selection will be based on demonstrated dedication initiative, financial need, and successful completion of high school diploma
- Kate Andrews Scholarship Committee will shortlist candidates to be submit to the Delong family
- The recipient will be selected by the Delong family
Jeremy Dickout Memorial Scholaship
- Value of $500
- Awarded to a graduating Grade 12 Student from Kate Andrews who intends to pursue a post-graduate studies in their field of choice
- Achieved a respectable average in Grade 12 based in teacher assigned marks
- Has demonstrated genuine consideration, courtesy, and respect for fellow students, teachers, and staff
- Has shown involvement in school and community activities on a volunteer level
- Kate Andrews Scholarship committees will shortlist up to 4 candidates to be submitted to the Dickout family
- The recipient will be selected by the Dickout family
Nelson Civic Leadership
Calling all student leaders and change makers!
Are you a Canadian student completing your final year of high school?
Do you have a minimum 75% average?
Are you making a difference in your community?
If you answered YES to all the above you may qualify for a $5000 scholarship from Nelson education.
Apply online at www.nelson.com/scholarship