Springfield Collegiate Institute
External Awards

Together with the Jewish Foundation of Manitoba, Folklorama is pleased to present the Mark & Dorothy Danzker Scholarship for Excellence, an annual award of excellence for the preservation of ethno-cultural heritage.

This scholarship acknowledges students who demonstrate an active involvement in preserving their ethno-cultural heritage through volunteer work, employment or contributions to a cultural activity within Manitoba. Five post-secondary scholarships of $1,000 each and one post-graduate scholarship of $2,500 will be awarded to students between the ages of 17 and 25 who are enrolled at or have been accepted to a post-secondary school in Canada.

Please find the application forms and reference guidelines available for download at www.folklorama.ca


​Pursuing a degree or diploma in the Faculty of Agricultural Food Sciences at the University of Manitoba?  Please see the following document for scholarship and application information:  

U of M Centennial Entrance Scholarship.pdf


This Scholarship is intended for MCAM (Mechanical Contractors Association of Manitoba) member companies' staff and families.   It will be awarded to students pursuing their first year of a post- secondary program (in the fall-term following the deadline of this application) in any recognized educational institution and discipline.  

Please see attached file for scholarship and application information.

Marc Lynch Scholarship Award.pdf


Merit Manitoba recognizes the importance of post-secondary education—whether it’s university, college or technical training. Merit Manitoba now offers a $500 scholarship to help with the cost of 1st year post-secondary education, for those entering a Manitoba University or College in a construction related area of study/or trade, upon completion of High School.

Please see https://www.meritmb.com/services/high-school-scholarship/ for more information and scholarship application.


Are you a Manitoba resident and are actively involved in the Automotive Industry either as a student, employee or apprentice? If you are in the motor vehicle  Mechanical, Collision Repair or Collision Refinishing field; you should apply to the Motor Vehicle Industry of Manitoba for a scholarship. You may be eligible.

See http://www.mvim.ca for more information and scholarship application.

Application Deadline: Friday, May 11, 2018



TransCanada Community Leaders Scholarship100 scholarships X $1,000 - awarded to students who demonstrate a strong commitment to their communities through volunteerism, leadership and other activities.
TransCanada Indigenous Legacy Scholarship50 scholarships X $5,000 awarded to Indigenous students who are studying any academic disciplines. Students will be eligible to receive this scholarship year over year, assuming they remain enrolled.
TransCanada Trades Scholarship150 scholarships X $1,000 awarded to students who are studying trades relevant to the energy industry.
Students can answer five quick questions at TCScholarships.com to see if they pre-qualify to apply. The application window will close at 11:59:59 p.m. EST April 15, 2018.
Please reach out to me or to TCScholarships@transcanada.com with any questions


​This bursary is offered to Manitob astudents whose first language is English, to pursue their studies in a French Immsersion Intensive Study Program at a post-secondary institution outside of Manitoba.  It is funded by the Official Languages in Education Program of the Government of Canada and by Manitoba Education and Training.

An applicant must:

  • be enrolled in, or be quialified for enrolment in full-time studies in a French Immersion Intensive Program offered from September to April at a Canadian French-language or bilingual post-secondary institution outside of Manitoba which is approved by the Minister.
  • Canadian citizen and Manitoba resident

Bursary amount:  $2,500 availaalbe for fall and winter semesters.

Deadline:  May 31, 2018

See Mrs. Loureiro for application information.


The United Way Youth Leaders in Action (YLIA) Scholarship is overseen by the Youth United Council and celebrates the contributions of young community leaders who have made a difference in the lives of others. Four YLIA scholarships of $500 are granted each year. Recipients will be students under 24 years of age who are connected with United Way-funded organizations as participants, volunteers, or staff members. 


ACADEMIC POTENTIAL Awards will be given to full or part-time students who have been accepted to or are attending a post-secondary institution in Winnipeg during the current academic year and are able to demonstrate a commitment to their education. 

DEMONSTRATED LEADERSHIP The Selection Committee will look for situations where students have challenged themselves in order to influence others and address local community issues that are important to them. 

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT Recipients will be able to demonstrate genuine commitment and connection at a neighbourhood level. 

CONNECTION WITH A UNITED WAY-FUNDED ORGANIZATION Awards will be granted to students who have participated, volunteered, or worked with a United Way agency partner. Please visit UnitedWayWinnipeg.ca/agency-partners-list/ to view the agency partner guide. 

FINANCIAL NEED The Selection Committee will make it a priority to select recipients who have demonstrated a need for financial support. ​

Please refer to United Way Winnipeg Youth for application and more information.

Deadline:  February 15, 2018


Each year we award a deserving student with a $7,500 Sunova scholarship. The recipient of this award will be a well-rounded individual who has focused both on educational achievements and community involvement. We’re looking for someone who embodies the same values as Sunova: innovative spirit, trusted integrity, genuine connections, feisty independence, trailblazing success, and happy smiles. Our ideal candidate will be someone who has made a lasting impact on everyone he or she knows and who is loved by the community. Our successful candidate strives for excellence and never settles for second place.



  • High school applicants must be in grade 12 and graduating the year they apply.
  • Applicants who have already graduated high school must be under the age of 24 as of June 30.
  • Applicants must show proof of application to an accredited post-secondary institution in Manitoba. (Any accredited post-secondary institution, including community college or vocational school, will be acceptable).
  • Applicant must be a member of Sunova Credit Union.
  • Official transcript confirming grade average of 80% or higher.
  • Applicant must submit an up-to-date resume.
  • Applicant must submit a 1000 word essay answering the question: ‘How will you use your education to improve your community while embodying Sunova’s values?’
  • Letter of recommendation from a former teacher, coach, or employer.
  • Letter of recommendation from a charity or organization that the applicant is currently involved with.
  • Willingness to publish name and photo, and participate in the promotion of the program if selected as the successful candidate.
Please see Sunova Credit Union's website for application information:


​The Manitoba Government and the Nellie McClung Foundation present the Nellie McClung Trailblazer Scholarships.  These awards are for female students considering careers in the exciting fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), business or underrepresented trades.  Careers in these areas offer excellent job opportunities, great earning potential and stimulating work environments.  For more information and the application form, go to Manitoba Status of Women.

$3,000 for University; $2,000 for College3/31/2018

​The Business Council of Manitoba is committed to helping Indigenous students attend university or community college. Since the launch of the program in 2001, in partnership with the governments of Manitoba and Canada, more than 2,000 awards totaling $5,000,000 have been presented. 

Interested students should apply for these awards by no later than March 31st, 2018.  For more information, please see the Business Council of Manitoba Awards website.


Bursaries of $750 each are awarded annually to graduating students from neighbourhood high schools. To qualify, these individuals will be entering either a post-secondary educational, professional, trade or vocational institution or be enrolling in an apprenticeship program. Bursaries are awarded on the basis of educational achievement, involvement in community and school activities and programs, and financial need.

Casera Memorial Bursaries are $750 and are eligible for both academic and vocational applications.

Please see information on the Casera website at https://www.caseracu.ca/Personal/Banking/YoungMembersAccounts/

The fillable application form is attached.  Please fill it out electronically and print off the results.

Deadline:  March 15, 2018

up to $4,00 per year for 2-4 years.2/28/2018

Launched in 1992 to support those Aboriginal students who have at least 2 years remaining in their post-secondary studeis.  Scholarship recipients are selected primarilty on the baisis of personal and academic achievements, and individual financial need.

Students will recieve up to $4,000 per academic year for educational and living expenses for 2-4 years.

For more information or to apply:


Deadline to apply is February 28, 2018​

up to $100,0002/1/2018

Launched in 2012, this $100 million program funds 50 undergraduate scholarships each year, across top Canadian universities.* (list of qualifying universities can be found at http://www.schulichleaders.com).

50 scholarships are awarded each year

25 at $100,000 for engineering
25 at $80,000 for science, technology or mathematics

Please visit the Schulich Leaders website at http://www.schulichleaders.com to research eligibility requirements and nomination/application process.

Nomination deadline is February 1, 2018.  Application deadline is February 22, 2018.

See Mr. Stearns or Mrs. Loureiro for more information