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Bollards in My Community

Reliance Foundry has just launched a new scholarship program that will award a total of $4,000.00 to students currently enrolled in post-secondary institutions, or planning to be enrolled in post-secondary institutions; we are interested in sharing this opportunity with students at your school.

The “Bollards in My Community” scholarship program will take the form of a competition in which students are asked to submit multimedia presentations that describe the value that bollards bring to a site within their community. A winning submission will be chosen based upon how effectively the student communicates the value that bollards bring to a chosen site or area. Reliance Foundry will accept submissions in the form of essays, info-graphics, video, slideshows or any other form of multimedia that clearly conveys the student’s message.

One first prize scholarship of $3000.00 will be awarded to the creator of the winning submission and two runner-up prizes of $500.00 will also be awarded. This competition is a great opportunity for students that are planning a career in architectural design, site planning or civil engineering, but is open to students in virtually every field of study. Could you please let me know if it would be possible to have the “Bollards in my Community” scholarship competition listed on the external/3rd party scholarship section of your school’s website?

More information on Reliance Foundry’s scholarship opportunities can be found here: http://www.reliance-foundry.com/scholarships

Deadline for Submissions in June 2, 2014


Exit Realty Aboriginal Bursary

Application Deadline: September 15, 2013.
 
This is an annual bursary of $2,000, offered to Aboriginal students who are attaining their post secondary education. To apply, students are encouraged to visit http://www.realestatelicense.ca.

Foreign Government Awards - Mexico

The Government of Mexico is offering awards to Canadian students and researchers at the undergraduate, Master's, Doctoral or Postdoctoral level in a Mexican eligible institution.

Application Deadline: August 26, 2013.

The duration varies based on the level and program of study. The award covers tuition fees, language classes (if applicable), monthly living allowance, medical insurance, and travel costs.

For full program details, please visit: Foreign Government Awards – Mexico


The Newfoundland and Labrador Housing Corporation Scholarships

Six $1,000 scholarships will be awarded, two in the Avalon/East, Central, and Western/Labrador regions.
For further information or to recieve an application: please call 724-3003 or email scholars@nlhc.nl.ca or visit Housing's website at www.nlhc.nl.ca

The Margaret McNamara Memorial Fund

The MMMF provides grants to women from developing countries to help further their education and strengthen their leadership skills to improve the lives of women and children in developing countries.

Check our their site for more information.


Out On Bay Street

Out on Bay Street is a national non-profit organization that strives to facilitate the professional development of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and allied (LGBTQA) students as they transition from school to the workplace. Their new scholarship program will provide 2 post-secondary student recipients with a financial award to help defray the costs of higher education. Recipients will be highlighted at a Scholarship Awards Ball on September 21, 2013. They will also receive complimentary access to the Leaders To Be Proud Of Awards Reception and Annual Conference, slated for September 19-21 in Toronto (Note: Travel and accommodation expenses for any scholarship recipients chosen from outside of the Greater Toronto Area will be covered). Applications must be submitted by July 31, 2013 via the Out On Bay Street Student Portal at www.outonbayst.org/portal

 


The Phyllis P Harris Undergraduate Scholarship

The Canadian Federation for Sexual Health offers annual scholarships of $3000 each to both a graduate and undergraduate student who intend to use their studies to further their capacity to increase access to sexual and reproductive health and rights. The intended recipient will be a strong student with a proven commitment to expanding access to sexual and reproductive health as demonstrated by volunteer and paid work in our sector.
The deadline for applications is June 28th 2013, and you can find details regarding application processes and eligibility on their website.
http://www.cfsh.ca/About_CFSH/News-and-Events/news05291301.html

 

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