Must be an SYCU member, attending a post-secondary institution, contribution to school and community, demonstrate initiative
The Wyatt Premier Insurance Brokers Scholarships are intended to recognize deserving graduating students who will be pursuing their studies at a recognized University or College in Manitoba, in the field of Commerce or Business Administration.
The recipient of the Wyatt Dowling Insurance Brokers Scholarship must:
-provide proof of registration at a University or Community College in Manitoba.
-have demonstrated good character and an excellent work ethic.
-have financial need
-demonstrate initiative and/or leadership qualities.
Awarded to a student with intentions on attending Red River College in September 2013.
Awarded to a student who most exemplifies: Volunteerism and dedication to the common good, extensive involvement in school and demonstrated potential for leadership, honesty, perseverance, friendliness, dependability, will be nominated by SCI staff. No application
Graduating student who will pursue post-secondary studies anywhere in North America. Demonstrated good character, and good work ethic. Demonstrated leadership qualities. Nominated by staff. No application
Sense of humour, friendly to all students and staff.
Final grade is not a criteria, however the student should be one that takes initiative and shows solid effort in their academic studies.
Consistently displays and supports school spirit.
Is not a member of Student Council
Purpose of bursary is to assist with expense of post-secondary education. Students should demonstrate service to their school and community, financial need, have satisfactory academic achievement and potential for academic success. Can be used for any degree or diploma course at any post secondary institution in Manitoba.
Awarded to a graduating student of Springfield Collegiate who demonstrates leadership, interest in politics, volunteerism, and dedication to SCI and his or her community
Highest marks in English Comprehensive Focus 40S and Consumer Math 40S. No application
Criteria is set by the Alumni Association and selection is done by members. No application
Award is given to the graduate with a high academic standing and who “…personifies the spirit and purpose of his/ her high school.” Selected by SCI staff. No application
Leadership, extracurricular activities, good work habits, and helpful to others. Must be planning to attend university. Nominated/selected by staff. No application
Aim: To recognize a graduating student enrolled in Art 40S/G who demonstrates proficiency, passion, and interest in continuing their studies in Visual Art.
Note: Students will be nominated by the art teacher. Preference will be given to a graduating Springfield Collegiate Art 40S or Art 40G student who plans to continue studies in art in post secondary studies. However, students who are planning to study art informally are also encouraged to apply.
Please see attached files for application information.
Students who demonstrate need of financial assistance and who are continuing on to higher education. They must be a permanent resident of Manitoba and also be either an ex-service member, or a son, daughter, grandchild, great grandchild etc, of an ex-service member or of a deceased ex-service member.
The attributes/qualities that the student must have are:
- hard working, conscientious, strives to improve, good communication skills with all ages, love for organization, student who may not achieve the highest grades but works hard (putting forth a good effort); student must be going on to a post secondary education including community college or business college and do volunteer work in the community.
No application form; selected by SCI staff
Awarded to a deserving graduating student on the basis of satisfactory grades, financial need and potential for academic success. Available to students entering college or university in Manitoba on a full time basis.
Outstanding achievement in Pre-Calculus Math 40S and Physics 40S, preferably for a student entering Engineering. Selection by staff based on grades.
Preference will be given to a Sunova Credit Union member planning to further his/her education in the business field. Selection will be based on financial need, service to the community and academic achievement. Selected by SCI staff.
- Graduating SCI student
- child or grandchild of any CUPE 1618 member
- essay on "the positive roll of unions in the workplace today"
- letter of acceptance from institution/college/university
-Must be enrolled as a full time student in a program of one year or more
-Preference may be made to a student enrolled in a faith-based program of study at a Christian college, university, or school
-Must be a resident of the RM of Springfield
-Must have been a student of Springfield Collegiate Institute for the past two years.
Plan to study at RRC. Demonstrate good character, possess an excellent work ethic. Have satisfactory academic achievement, and be involved in school and community activities. Please submit your name (by May 17) to a Guidance Counsellor if you are attending RRC in the Fall and would like to be considered for this award
|$1,000 (may be split)||5/17/2013|
Awarded to a graduating student of Springfield Collegiate who achieves satisfactory grades, who will go that extra mile to help someone in need, and who shows care and compassion to others. Preference will be given to students entering a mental health-related field.
no application (students may submit name to a counsellor by May 17th for consideration)
Maintain average of no less that 75%. Be accepted for entrance into Faculty of Education. Demonstrate excellent communication skills, interpersonal skills, leadership abilities and love of learning. Involved in school and community activities.
|2 @ $1000||5/17/2013|
Service to school and community, academic achievement, financial need, plans to attend post secondary education in Manitoba
|up to $4,000|
The Interlake-Eastern Regional Health Authority (“IERHA”) offers a bursary program to assist in recruitment and retention of healthcare professionals in our region. The “Grow Your Own” Bursary provides a bursary of up to $4000 per academic year (maximum 2 years) to students that are pursuing a career in a healthcare profession that is of mutual value to the applicant and the IERHA. The provision of a bursary is conditional upon a return of service agreement equivalent to the full time hours for that classification for every academic year awarded.
This program replaces the Scholarship and Tuition Assistance Program previously provided by the former North Eastman Health Association Inc. (NEHA).
Applicants must be enrolled in an accredited education program leading to a degree, diploma or certificate in a healthcare profession. Applicants will be considered in the following order:
w An employee of the IERHA
w Interlake-Eastern residents prepared to provide a return of service to the IERHA.
w Other interested students may be considered
An article outlining the program and changes is attached. The attached forms are located on our website www.irha.mb.ca under Education/ Student Bursary Program.
Awarded to a student who will be attending a Manitoba College or University in September. Applicants must have good academic standing, financial need, and qualities of leadership.
- must have made contributions to developing school yearbook
- Selected by staff
|$500 – may be split|
Graduating student, continuing on at University, College, Apprenticeship Program or other specialized training school. Part of the Low Enrollment program at SCI. Demonstrates perseverance, work ethic, respect for others and positive and caring. 60% average and is selected by SCI Staff. No application - staff selection
academic excellence, competent with computers, interest in a variety of sports, good sense of humour, helpful, mature, positive and cooperative. No application - selected by staff
satisfactory academic achievement (average of 60-75%) and potential for academic success
demonstrated interest in career
financial need may be considered
proof of application at the post-secondary institution of choice
preference may be given to a deserving student not receiving other major awards
Intended to recognize a deserving graduating Grade 12 student who will be pursuing a degree in Education at a Canadian University or College following graduation
- demonstrated excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- enjoys working with children
- involved in school and community activities
- satisfactory academic achievement
- financial need
- provide proof of registration at a Canadian University or College
- graduating SCI student that has attended SCI for grades 9-12
- pursuing accountancy studies at a Canadian University or College following graduation
- demonstrated a strong aptitude for mathematics and business
- demonstrated good character and an excellent work ethic
- leadership qualities demonstrated by significant contribution in the community, school or in sports
- have financial need
- provide proof of registration at a Canadian University or College
|2 @ $200 or 1 @ $400||5/6/2013|
Resident of Hazelridge district. Academic Excellence. Leadership, acceptance to a post-secondary institution.
This scholarship has been established to recognize a Springfield Collegiate student who has demonstrated:
a) A commitment to academics
b) Participation in sport
c) Involvement in the school or community
d) A work ethic
1) A grade 12 student who is continuing on to post secondary studies in the fall following graduation at SCI
2) Has demonstrated participation in sport
3) Is involved in the school and/or community beyond sports
4) An average of 80% or more in grade 12
Note: Preference may be given to students who are considering Education as a future career choice
See attached file for more information and application or pick up an application in the Guidance Area.
The Pembina Co-op will award one $1,000 scholarship in June 2013 to a grade 12 student entering a specific trade and whose parents have a membership in the Pembina Co-op.
Please see the following file with a description of the scholarship and application instructions.
Deadline Wed, April 30/13 - to be mailed to address on application
Will be entering either a post-secondary educational, professional, trade, vocational institution, or an apprenticeship program. Bursaries will be awarded on the basis of financial need, community involvement, school activities and academic achievement
|2 @ $425||4/26/2013|
Leadership involvement in student and community activities; for a student entering a business-related career.
The Ashley Schlag Memorial Scholarship consists of two distinct awards. One award is designated for a girl who is or has been involved with the Regional/National Development Center program with the Manitoba Soccer Association and the other is designated for a girl, active in team sports who will be graduating from Springfield Collegiate Institute in Oakbank, Manitoba.
Award recipients will be chosen based on a set criteria focusing on the applicant’s character, involvement in sport, and financial need. A full description of the criteria for each award can be found on the Rules and Regulations pages for the respective awards.
See the following link for scholarship and application information:
DEADLINE: MAY 17, 2013