Criteria:Undertaking full time studies in a crafts-related field at a recognized institution of applied art, craft and design. Must demonstrate high school graduation or equivalency (i.e., must meet the requirements for entrance into a college program). Applicants must be Canadian citizens and have been a resident of PEI for at least the six months prior to application.
Kinsmen and Kinette Clubs of Canada Hal Rogers Endowment Fund Bursaries (external) - Deadline: Feb. 1
Criteria: Must be Canadian citizens or landed immigrants. Must be full-time students in the process of graduating from high school, or currently studying or registered at a post-secondary institution. All applicants for a bursary must complete the current application form and submit it to a Kinsmen, Kinette or Kin Club nearest their permanent residence by February 1st. Bursary winners are notified before June 30 by the local sponsoring club.
MacDonald's Bursaries (external)
Description: Check your local restaurant for details. (No other details given)
MacDougall Steel Welding Fabrication Entrance Awards(internal) - Deadline: May 15
Description: Two, $2,000 awards will be offered annually to first-year students entering the Welding Fabrication program.
Criteria: Any student entering their first year of the Welding Fabrication program is eligible to apply. Applicants must demonstrate financial need, good academic standing, and show promise in the field of welding. Students must apply (App. form including financial information section).
Description: In 2011, MacLean Construction established a new entrance bursary of $750, annually benefiting a student in the Holland College Carpentry program.
Criteria: Accepted into the Carpentry Program full time. Financial need a primary consideration.
National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation Scholarships (external) - Deadline: None
Description: The National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation (NAAF) is a nationally registered charity with a mandate to actively assist talented Aboriginal artists and cultural workers. NAAF has established a fund to provide financial assistance for education and training initiatives in the performing, visual, crafted, media, literary and graphic arts.
Contact Person: National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation
Niren & Associates Annual Scholarship for Canadian Students (external) - Deadline: July 30
Description: Once a year, Niren & Associates awards merit-based scholarships for students pursuing higher education with an emphasis in social and applied sciences. Niren & Associates is a leading immigration law firm in Canada and seeks to make educational opportunities available to those committed to studying and school. Any student who is entering university or college as a full-time student is eligible.
Criteria: Eligibility: Canadian citizens or permanent residents with a minimum GPA of 3.0 enrolled or planning to enroll in an accredited college or university in Fall 2013 or Spring of 2014. Application: 1. Application Form, 2. Small Writing Project, and 3. Copy of transcript.
Noreen and George Corrigan Scholarship (Learning Disabilities) (external) -Deadline: May 31
Value: see website
Description: This scholarship fund is created to inspire people with challenging circumstances to pursue their dreams through higher education.
Criteria: Awarded annually to residents of Prince Edward Island who best meet the following criteria: aged 18 to 30; students are a graduate of a PEI high school and/or have a Grade 12 equivalent and intend to further their full time studies at an accredited Canadian post secondary institution; students must have a documented learning disability such as Dyslexia, Dyscalculia and or Dysgraphia etc. Conditions including AD/HD, Asperger’s Syndrome and other autism spectrum disorders, Cerebral Palsy, and psychiatric conditions do not alone qualify a student for this scholarship. Applicants with these conditions are welcome to apply but must also provide documentation of a specific learning disability; students must demonstrate financial hardship. This award is a renewable scholarship. Ex) a student in 1st year chosen to receive this scholarship may receive the award in the fall of his or her 2nd year providing they have documentation confirming successful completion of all course work. They would then usually receive the award in the fall of their 3rd and 4th years providing successful completion of all course work annually; and then another recipient is chosen.