Scholarships / local bursaries (June 2014) The following list is not complete-there are many other scholarships/bursaries available and students are encourage to seek additional sources of funding

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Alumni and Friends of NSER

May 20

Talent development, academic development, education travel; 7 different awards available (Value-$500.00 to $2000.00)

ARTSNB Scholarship

Feb. 1

Student entering New Brunswick College of Craft and Design

Beaubear Credit Union

June 1

Open to children of Beaubear Credit Union members

Beaubear Co-operative (Marilyn Doyle Memorial)

May 1

Student must have a parent/guardian who is a member of the Beaubear Co-Op

Bullying Canada Scholarship

February 28

Selection based upon academic achievements and financial need

Canadian Mental Health Association

June 20

Promoting mental health, pursuing social work

Canadian Merit Scholarship/Loran Scholarships

Oct. 19

Carol A. Letheren

Feb. 28

Female – Arts (Business, Sports, Management or Marketing)

Claire Duclos Education Fund

March 31

Student pursuing an education or certification in records and information management (Value-$250.00)

Credit Counselling Services of Atlantic Canada

April 11

Canadian citizen enrolled at an accredited post-secondary institution (Value-$1000.00)

CUPE Local 2745 Scholarship

May 24

Son/Daughter of member of CUPE Local 2745

David Butler Memorial

Student entering post secondary school (with financial need)

David Frost Memorial Scholarship (National Farmers Union)

June 30

Son or daughter of a registered agricultural producer/enrolled in an agricultural program

Dean McAllister Bursary

May 25

Preference given to a student entering one of the Social Sciences

Dialogue New Brunswick Scholarship

April 20

Students entering first year of studies (Value-$500.00)

Eileen Murphy Memorial (Northumberland Salmon Protection Association)

April 27

Entering a post secondary institution. Commitment to the Miramichi River, either through volunteer, extracurricular or community-based activities. Supporting essay required on the topic “Why is it Important to Preserve the Miramichi Watershed Drainage?”

Epilepsy NB Scholarship

July 10

Student must be diagnosed with having epilepsy

Foundation for the Advancement of Aboriginal Youth

Oct. 14


Guruparan (female) and Winsor (male) Scholarships

April 26

Students whose parents do not have a post-secondary education; students must be enrolled in commerce/finance/business (Value-$6000.00 each)

Harry M. Daley Memorial Bursary

April 19

Student may apply if they have lived in NB for one year and will be furthering their education in a recognized university, college or institute of higher learning in Canada.

Highland Society of NB – Miramichi

Aug 15

Must demonstrate Scottish ancestry

Hockey New Brunswick-Ron Bradbury Memorial, Jim Sterling Scholarship, and Delta Fortis Properties

April 13

Applicants must be a member of Hockey NB and have played hockey during the current season (Value-various)

Hugh H. Mackay – James A. MacMurray Foundation

May 1

Student must be interested in a career in business (Value-$3500.00)

James A. Whitebone Memorial Scholarship

June 30

Parents members of union affiliated with NB Federation of Labour

Kidney Foundation of Canada

April 25

Individual, or child of an individual, living with kidney disease (Value-$500.00)

Knights of Columbus Scholarship

April 30

Son or Daughter of Knight

Lutz/Lutes Family Scholarship

April 1

Students demonstrating high academic achievement and financial need

McEwan Scholarships (Co-Op Atlantic)

March 1

Member of dependant of a member of Co-op Atlantic or one of its member co-operatives

Millennium Scholarship

Jan. 24

Applications at

MindCare New Brunswick

May 1

Student planning to pursue a career in the mental health services field

Miramichi Area Retired Teachers Association

June 10

Entering a Bachelor of Education program; child/grandchild of current or retired teacher

Miramichi Chamber of Commerce Scholarship

June 7

Full time student at a recognized post-secondary institution

Miramichi Hospital School of Nursing Alumnae

May 23

Grades from MVHS, NSER, JMH or Blackville High academic standing and evidence of motivation entering nursing

National Union of Public and General Employees

June 30

Students who are the children or foster children of a member of the National Union of Public and General Employees-scholarships available for students with disabilities, visible minorities and Aboriginal students (Value-$1500.00 each)

NB Federation of Labour

June 15

Open to any student regardless of union membership

NB Foster Families Association

March 31

Foster Child

NB Hockey Officials Association

May 9

Member of NB Hockey Officials Association at Junior or senior level

NB Liquor Scholarship

April 30

Open to children of ANBL employees

NB Milk Marketing Board Scholarship

July 4

Careers in technology related to agriculture and dairy industry

NB Scottish-Cultural Association Bursary

May 15

Participation in Scottish-Oriented activities

Northumberland Co-Operative Ltd.

June 22

Selection based on financial need, academic achievement, extra-curricular and community involvement; Consideration given to those entering careers in agriculture or related industries

NBCC Entrance Scholarship

May 27

Student must be entering a program at any NBCC campus; selection based upon academic record, extra-curricular activities and financial need (Value-$1000.00)

NS College of Art and Design

Full time student at NSCAD and be from Atlantic Provinces

RBC Students Leading Change Scholarship

April 15

Students must have an average of 70% and demonstrate an on-going commitment to the improvement of their community

RBC Aboriginal Student Awards program

February 28

Students must be a Status Indian, Non-Status Indian, Inuit, or Metis, and must be attending an accredited post-secondary institution

Rotary Club of Newcastle

May 3

Recipient must demonstrate service and commitment to school and community; solid academic achievement in High School (Value-$3500.00)

Rotary District 7810 Youth Merit Awards

April 26

Selection based on student achievement and contributions to school and community

Stanley Mutual Insurance

May 15

Applicant must be a resident of Charlotte, York, Sunbury, Northumberland or Gloucester Counties

Tim McCarthy Environmental Prize

June 30

Sons or Daughters of members of local union affiliated with NB Federation of Labour ; entering fields related to environmental protection and education

Toronto Dominion Scholarship for Community Leadership

Dec. 7

Students must demonstrate outstanding community leadership, in combination with academic performance

Tourism Industry Association of NB

April 30

Students pursuing an education and career in the field of tourism (Value-$1000.00)

Toyota Earth Day Scholarship

Jan. 31

Must demonstrate outstanding environmental commitment, community service and leadership; high level of academic achievement

W. Garfield Weston Awards

March 28

Students entering their first year at a recognized college in Canada (

*Deadlines change from year to year. Please check the current year’s applications for exact deadlines.


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