Access a variety of Indigenous/First Nations scholarships via this link: Click Here
YVR Art Foundation Youth Scholarship
Applicants must be of BC or Yukon First Nations ancestry, reside in BC or the Yukon, ages 16 to 26, an emerging artist who creates visual art that reflects BC or Yukon First Nations' culture, have the goal of becoming a professional artist, and have been accepted to study with an artist mentor or at a formal art institution. Recipients must commit to attend the Scholarship Awards ceremony in Vancouver on May 26, 2017 and the ceremony in recognition of the completed work, one year later, on May 25, 2018 (travel and accommodation is provided as part of the scholarship award). The scholarship recipient must deliver their completed artwork to YVR by May 1, 2018. Note: A Youth Scholarship can be awarded to an individual a maximum of two times.
Deadline: NOT AVAILABLE YET To Apply - Click Here
RBC Royal Bank Indigenous Student Awards Program
Available to Indigenous student pursuing post-secondary education. Scholarships are available in two categories: those entering financial services industry and those who are not. Up to $4000 per year for two to four academic years.
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Deadline: February 28th - Proof of acceptance by July 31st
Dr. Joseph and Rosalie Segal Award | Justice Institute of British Columbia
Five awards (Value: $4000 each) supports students studying counseling in trauma and child abuse; and, Aboriginal students.
Applicants must meet the following eligibility criteria:
- Students pursuing programs in the subject area of counselling in trauma and child abuse or Aboriginal learners pursuing careers in any JIBC program area
- Demonstrate the impact your education will have on you and your community
- Demonstrate the difference a Segal Award would make if received
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VIU Chancellor's Scholarship for Aboriginal Students
Available to top academic grade 12 students from First Nations communities, Friendship Centres or Metis organizations on Vancouver Island. Students must be completing their grade 12 high school year with an “A” average of 90% or higher (with no mark lower than a “B”) for each grade 11 and 12 course in the 8 defined academic courses. These scholarships are renewable for the duration of the student’s undergraduate studies at VIU, up to the completion of their first bachelor’s degree (maximum 5 years).
Deadline: April 30, 2021 To apply - Click Here
M’akola Group of Societies Scholarships and Bursaries: Judy Bourne Memorial and others
Several scholarships are available for students of Indigenous ancestry living within specified regions. Applicants must have proof of enrollment in a full-time program at a post-secondary institution, be in good scholastic standing for their Grade 11 and 12 years, and demonstrate community involvement and leadership abilities.
Deadline: NOT AVAILABLE YET To apply - Click Here
Beecher Bay Scholarship for Community Service, Academic Achievement, and Environmental Stewardship (Metchosin Foundation)
This $500 scholarship will awarded to a qualified applicant who is a member of the Beecher Bay First Nation and who demonstrates academic excellence and shows leadership in the community and in addressing environmental issues.
Deadline: NOT AVAILABLE YET To access the application form - Click Here
Chief Joe Mathias BC Aboriginal Scholarship
Eligible applicants are members of a BC First Nation who are in financial need and demonstrate merit,and who plan to attend an accredited post-secondary institution on a full-time basis
Deadline: NOT AVAILABLE YET To apply – Click Here
Hughes Aircraft of Canada Native / "Indian Scholarship" - Simon Fraser University
Value: One award of $750 Eligibility: Indigenous, full-time, undergraduate student. High academic standing.
Preference given to students majoring in Engineering or Computing Science, Mathematics Physics or Business Administration.
Deadline: The end of the second week of classes in a given semester.
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CRE’s Centre for Indigenous Policy and Research - Indigenous Youth Research Grants.
This program provides small grants to Indigenous youth who want to design, develop, and implement their own community-based research projects in Canada. Grants are in the amount of $1000 and are provided to successful applicants to help implement their research project. No research experience needed, just a desire to learn and produce research that matters to youth and their communities. These projects are youth-led and will utilize Indigenous research methodologies and protocols. Youth will then learn these through mentorship pairings with experienced Indigenous researchers. Webinar modules will be provided to the students upon the approval of their application.
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ATCO Indigenous Education Awards Program
This award program recognizes Indigenous students in Canada who demonstrate leadership capabilities and strive to be role models in their school and community. There are three different categories and multiple awards including: $500 Merit awards for students in grades 10-12, $1000 bursaries for students registered in a trade, community, or technical college, and scholarships of $1500 for university or graduate degree students.
Deadline: NOT AVAILABLE YET
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