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Foster Children Bursary Program

Storwell offers an annual bursary of $2,000 in support of foster children to help them attend post-secondary schools and to offer a hand up as they make their way forward in life.

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Bruce Power Scholarships


Applicants must provide proof of:

  • Registration in an accredited post-secondary program for the fall
  • Residency of Bruce, Grey or Huron County (or that of their immediate family – parents or guardians)
  • Past recipients of the Bruce Power Post-Secondary Scholarship are not eligible to re-apply

Scholarship Allotments

The following is an outline of how the 100 scholarships will be allocated within the applicant pool.

  • 40 scholarships – Available for students who are enrolled in a full-time program of study leading to a university degree
  • 35 scholarships – Available for students enrolled in a full-time program of study leading to a certification from a recognized community or technical college or institute including skilled trades
  • 15 scholarships – Available for self-identified diverse population in any type of full-time post-secondary studies – person with disability, Indigenous or visible minority.
  • 10 scholarships – Available for special consideration students (see below) in any type of full-time post-secondary studies

Special Considerations

There are several groups that will be considered in this granting area.

  • Graduate Students are students engaging in graduate studies including masters, PhD or postgraduate certificate
  • First Generation Students are students whose parents have never participated in post-secondary studies. Post-secondary studies include college and/or university. A verification letter signed by a parent or guardian is required for this special consideration
  • Current or former Ontario Crown wards are students who currently are, or previous to their eighteenth birthday were, Ontario Crown wards. Documentation of ward status is required for this special consideration
  • Mature Students (30 years or older) – A student who, due to life circumstances is deemed a mature student and is returning to school or engaging in post-secondary studies via correspondence or online. Examples include but are not limited to re-training due to layoff or injury, return to work after the care of children or an elderly dependent, or completing a degree or certificate program started earlier in their life

A committee of Bruce Power employees and union representatives will review all applications and select recipients in each of the granting areas. Each recipient will be contacted directly by July 12.

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Named after Robert White, Past President of the CAW and Canadian Labour Congress, the Grey-Bruce Labour Council presents this award to graduating students who have demonstrated involvement in the promotion of activities that promote the values of social justice in the betterment of their community.
Describing in detail their involvement in community and social justice activities, applicants will write a 300-word essay describing their social justice work on issues such as (but not limited to) women’s issues, labour activism, native issues, the environment and Third World development.

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Click here for a Word document of the Application form.

Alzheimer Society

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Sources of Knowledge Bursary for National Park Studies and Protected Areas

Eligibility and Selection Criteria
1. Bursary applicants shall be “local”
“Local” for the purpose of the bursary will be defined as an eligible elector or dependant living with an eligible elector from within the boundaries of the Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula at the time of applying for the bursary or a member of the Saugeen Ojibway Nations (who have a hunting reserve in the Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula).
2. Academic standing
Applicants should have achieved good academic standing overall in Grade 12 course work. The applicant will provide the committee with a copy of a recent transcript of their academic records as part of their application package.
3. Demonstrated interest in a career in conservation or in a field related to
a prospective career with Parks Canada
Applicants must describe their interest through a 500-word essay as part of the Application package.

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Terms of Reference Sources of Knowledge Bursary for National Park Studies and Protected Areas

Sources of Knowledge Bursary for National Park and Protected Areas Studies APPLICATION FORM

CFUW Scholarship

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