External Awards, Scholarships & Bursaries

External Awards

Many external awards, scholarships, and bursaries are available through other organizations. These types of award resources (known as external awards) are set aside for very specific candidates (based on demographics such as ethnicity, parent's occupation, hometown, etc.).

We encourage you to review the awards below to see if you meet the eligibility requirements and to see how to apply.

General Awards

The 2019 Michele Edwards Bursary

This bursary is awarded annually to two chosen candidates who identify as female and living with epilepsy to be used towards furthering their education and/or their career; whether that be in a full-time or part-time program, workshop, extra-curricular class or pursuing a career goal.

The B. Harper Bull Scholarship Awards
Are you a post-secondary student pursuing a future career in the environmental or cultural heritage sectors? The B. Harper Bull Scholarship Awards are here to support you. To qualify, students must:

  • Be enrolled in a post-secondary degree or diploma program during the 2019-2020 academic year;
  • Be completing post-secondary studies in a field that relates broadly to the work of Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA). Examples of eligible programs include Environmental Studies, Landscape Architecture, Archaeology, Museum Studies, Forestry, and Civil Engineering.

Barbados Canada Foundation

The BCF Scholarships Program provides scholarships to youth of Barbadian heritage pursuing post-secondary education at Canadian universities and colleges. A total of 91 Scholarships valued at $286,000 have been granted to date, Including scholarships granted by Barbados Ball Canada Aid (now Barbados Canada Association) before Barbados Canada Foundation (BCF) assumed management of the scholarships program.  

Scholarships available are for $4000 each and include:

  • The Bass Installation Scholarship
  • The Blue Circle Energy Scholarship
  • The Gloria Baylis Memorial Scholarships
  • The BOCC Scholarship
  • The Harold M. Brathwaite Memorial Scholarship
  • The Aubrey & Marla Dan Foundation Scholarship
  • The Diproinduca Canada Scholarships
  • The Donald MacKinlay Memorial Scholarship
  • The John Rollock Memorial Scholarship

Application: Please visit Barbados Canada Foundation website to submit the application

Application deadline: June 16, 2023

Application guidelines

Bill 7 Award
Criteria: Awarded to a student who identifies as part of the LGBTTTQ community, who is in financial need and who is an Ontario resident.

Canada Post Aboriginal Incentive Award
Criteria: Awarded to aboriginal students in full-time post-secondary studies who took at least 12 months off from education prior to returning (mature students) and who have completed at least one academic year of a multi-year program based on an application package and letters of reference.

Canadian Forces Personnel Assistance Fund
Criteria: are eligible or serving or former serving members and their dependents of Canadian Forces when warranted by Financial need.

CHFT Diversity Scholarship
Criteria: Awarded to a student who lives in a CHFT member co-operative and is entering his or her first year of college, based on financial need and a positive contribution to his or her school and/or community.

CHHA Scholarships
Criteria: Awarded to full-time hard-of-hearing or deafened student based on academic achievement, community involvement, and the determination to cope with hearing loss.

Children's Aid Foundation
Criteria: Scholarship applications are open to full-time students demonstrating both financial need and the potential to succeed in their program of study. Applicants must be or have been a current Crown (permanent) Ward, be under 26 at the start of their current school program, or under 30 if the student has received CAF funding for the same program in previous years.

CICan Paul and Gerri Charette Bursary Program
The Bursary Program provides financial support to CICan member college and institute students that demonstrate financial need and who often face greater challenges and barriers to registering and completing post-secondary education. Students attending colleges or institutes in rural, remote, or northern areas will be given preference.

CLWD Educational Bursary

  • Reside in Bruce County or Grey County in Ontario, Canada; it is understood that they may live elsewhere to attend school.
  • Be accepted to study full-time at a recognized Canadian institution in a post-secondary program.
  • Submit to the selection committee a 500-word essay to demonstrate their personal and/or professional experiences and challenges in promoting inclusion for persons with disabilities.
  • Include in the essay an indication of their commitment to being a builder of stronger communities and good citizenship.

For more information, please visit www.clwalkerton.org

Community Living Walkerton and District Educational Bursary
Criteria: Awarded to a permanent resident of Bruce or Grey County who demonstrates a commitment to stronger and more inclusive communities.

CPAC-TDIMM Scholarship
Criteria: Awarded to a post-secondary student who has completed at least two semesters of full-time studies (minimum 60% course load per semester) at a recognized post-secondary institution in Canada. Candidates must demonstrate outstanding academic records and active community involvement in a leadership role.

CPAC Trailblazer Scholarship
Criteria: Awarded to an outstanding student who studies at a recognized high school or post-secondary institution in Canada. He/She must also have played an active and leading role in a uniquely meaningful project or initiative in relation to community or social development, humanitarian improvement, environment, social justice or other issues.

CPAC Education Scholarships
Criteria: Post-secondary students who have maintained a minimum average of 80%, demonstrated social responsibility as well as a determination to pursue academic excellence, and show a financial need.

Dr. E. Bruce Hendrick Scholarship Program
Criteria: Awarded to a student with Spina Bifida and/or Hydrocephalus based on his or her motivation, goal setting, self-awareness, and potential for success.

Electro-Federation Canada Scholarships
Criteria: Electro-Federation Canada offers a wide array of scholarship opportunities with diverse criteria. Please search through the brochure on the website or visit the Students Awards Office for detailed criteria and application instructions.

Eric Waldron Scholarship Award
Criteria: Provided to a student with cerebral palsy who is a current Lifetime Member of OFCP and who is enrolled in an Ontario College or University, and who has completed his or her first year of instruction at University or College. Enrolment in programs that will lead to working with individuals with disabilities will be an asset.
For more information, please visit the OFP funding page.

Federation of Portuguese Canadian and Professionals Scholarships
Criteria: Awarded to students of Portuguese descent based on academic merit.

The Flywire Charitable Foundation Academic Scholarship Program
Criteria: The scholarships are open to matriculating; currently enrolled UG; Graduate students worldwide. All majors are welcome to apply.

Foresters Competitive Scholarship Program
Criteria: Awarded to students under 25 years of age who are members or the children of members of the Foresters organization, based on academic performance, community involvement and the assessment of an essay.

The Future of Freelance Scholarship
Contract Mint is offering a $1000 scholarship to students who are interested in freelancing. This award is open to high school, college and university students with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Applicants must submit an essay answering "What is your #1 advice to future freelancers?"

Herbert H. Carnegie Future Aces Foundation
Criteria: Awarded to a 16 to 24-year-old student who is graduating high school based on financial need and outstanding citizenship.

Horatio Alger Canadian Scholarships
To be eligible to apply for the Horatio Alger Canadian Scholarship, applicants must meet the following criteria:

  • Be graduating high school (or be in the final year of CEGEP) with plans to enter university in the fall of 2020
  • Exhibit a strong commitment to pursue and complete a bachelor’s degree program at an accredited university
  • Demonstrate critical financial need ($65,000 or less annual net income per family is required)
  • Be involved in co-curricular and community service activities
  • Display integrity and perseverance in overcoming adversity
  • Maintain a minimum grade percentage of 65
  • Attend high school (or CEGEP) and reside in Canada
  • Be Canadian citizens

Jamaican Canadian Association Scholarships
Criteria: Awarded to a student with a Caribbean / African background who demonstrated remarkable academic achievement or progress through high school while being involved in the community or high school. Recipient must have financial need.

James Lee Foundation Scholarship
The scholarship is open to emerging creative talent from across Canada wanting to enter the advertising industry. Entrants must be non-professional Canadian residents over the age of 16. All fields of creativity related to the advertising community will be considered (e.g. writers, art directors, filmmakers, recording artists, illustrators, digital artists, etc.). A minimum of $5000 will be awarded to the winner.

Job-Applications.ca Working Parent Scholarship
Job-Applications.ca is providing an annual scholarship for working parents in Canada who are pursuing post-secondary education. Applicant must be enrolled as a full-time or part-time student at an accredited Canadian post-secondary institution with a GPA of 3.0 or higher. They are also required to submit a 600-1000 word essay discussing experiences as a parent working their way through school and explain three pieces of advice that would be given to someone in a similar situation.

Kin Canada Bursaries
Awarded to a student who is a Canadian citizen or landed immigrant and is enrolled full-time in a secondary institution and shows financial need.

Knowledge First Financial Graduate Scholarship Awards
Knowledge First Financial, a leading Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) provider in Canada, is pleased to announce the availability of ten (10) scholarships for students who are continuing their academic journey at the graduate level.
Criteria: To be eligible for any of the ten scholarships, applicants must be:

  • Entering a full-time graduate program leading to a certificate, diploma or degree at a designated post-secondary school**. The student must be starting first year of the program in September
  • Within three years of completing undergraduate studies; and
  • Canadian citizenship or permanent resident status.
  • Knowledge First welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations regarding the eligibility criteria are available upon request

*Additional requirement for Knowledge First Financial student beneficiaries:

  • Five of the ten scholarships, including the Arnold Edinborough Award, are designated for students who are beneficiaries of a Knowledge First Financial RESP. The student should have received at least one (1) Education Assistance Payment from their Knowledge First RESP.

For more information, please visit: https://knowledge-first-financial.scholarshipscanada.com

Lincoln M. Alexander Award
Criteria: Awarded to a 16 to 25-year-old student who has been nominated by either their high school or by a community organization for demonstrating exemplary leadership in eliminating racial discrimination.

Luciana Spring Mascarin Bursary Program
Criteria: Awarded to a student with Spina Bifida and/or Hydrocephalus who is a permanent resident of the Windsor district based on academic merit and financial need.

Manulife Life Lessons Scholarship

Students currently enrolled in or have been accepted to a college, university or trade school within Canada and:

  • Are a legal resident of Canada;
  • Are between 17 and 24 years of age; and
  • Have experienced the death of a parent or legal guardian who had little or no life insurance coverage

Application: Visit the Manulife website to submit your application


moneyGenius (a WeyMedia Inc. business) proudly announces its 4th annual scholarship available to Canadian students enrolled in full-time undergraduate or graduate studies.

They have created two $2,000 scholarships and are looking for a student dedicated to academic excellence, no matter what field of study they’re enrolled in.

The chosen student will be awarded CA$2,000 which may be used towards the cost of their studies, helping them get a head start on their personal finance journey as young adults.


  • Be a graduate or undergraduate student enrolled and attending a Canadian university or college, and in at least the 2nd year of their post-secondary studies.
  • Demonstrate academic achievement with a minimum GPA of 3.5 (or equivalent).
  • Submit an essay in Word or PDF (tell us your relationship with money in 500 words or more).
  • Be a citizen or permanent resident of Canada.

To apply please visit: $2,000 moneyGenius scholarship, and $2,000 creditcardGenius scholarship

Application Deadline Date: October 6, 2023

Metal Supermarkets – Trade School Scholarship

Despite being a viable, stable, and well-paying career choice, there is a growing shortage of skilled trade workers in both Canada and the United States. The American Welding Society indicates there is a shortage of more than 450,000 skilled welding professions, and a study conducted by Metal Supermarkets indicates that young people lack interest in trade careers, with more than half (56%) of respondents stating they were not interested in going to trade school.

So, in honor of National Welding Month, Metal Supermarkets is launching a $2,500 scholarship to financial support individuals interested in attending a trade school education or to continue their education and grow their knowledge in their chosen field, to lessen the skilled trade worker shortage.


  • Students accepted to and currently attending a post-secondary trade school program with a semester beginning in 2023 are eligible to apply for the scholarship. Students must be enrolled in the upcoming semester to be considered.
  • Open to citizens, permanent residents and resident aliens legally residing in the United States or Canada with a High School Diploma, GED or equivalent.
  • Scholarship funds are payable to the winner’s certified trade school in the United States or Canada

Required Documents:

  • Current transcript(s).
  • Up to three letters of recommendation (e.g. former or current employer from industry, school or college instructor, Personal reference).
  • Resume including industry/work and community experience.
  • Certificate showing enrollment or program acceptance at a certified trade school.
  • Optional: Pictures, if applicable and available, of any related work you have completed that exhibit your skill in your chosen trade.
  • A photo (used for media/marketing purposes only) to be submitted after the award.

Application Process:

For more information and application forms please visit: https://www.metalsupermarkets.com/trade-school-scholarship.

Submission Deadline: June 30, 2023

Mon Sheong Golden Jubilee Scholarship 2022
Application deadline: July 10, 2022

Open to all students who are:

  • Canadian citizens or permanent residents
  • Graduating from an Ontario high school or CEGEP with a minimum average of 80% among their top 6 Grade 12 or CEGEP marks.
  • Enrolled full-time in a degree or diploma program at a recognized publicly funded Canadian university or college beginning Fall 2022.
  • Aspiring to make a difference in their communities.

National Union Scholarship
Criteria: Several awards are available for children of the National Union of Public and General Employees, with a variety of criteria.

NEADS Equity Through Education Award
Criteria: Awarded to students with permanent disabilities, based on commitment to their academic discipline, volunteerism and/or employment, and the potential to be an outstanding participant in the community.

OBCL Epilepsy Scholarship Awards
Criteria: Students who have successfully completed high school and entering their first year of post-secondary education.

PCK Diversity Scholarship Program

In collaboration with Roots Community Services, PCK IP is pleased to offer the PCK Diversity Scholarship Program for youths from the Black, African, Caribbean and Indigenous communities.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Part-time or full-time enrollment or acceptance in a science or engineering program at an accredited Ontario college or university
  • Black, African, Caribbean or Indigenous youth up to age 30 residing in the GTA
  • Clearly demonstrate financial need

Applications should be sent to: internship@rootscs.org.


Pink Pearl Canada

Pink Pearl Canada is a community-based charitable organization that provides support, facilitates connections, and empowers young women across Canada who are courageously overcoming the social and emotional challenges of being diagnosed with cancer. 

Pink Pearl Canada is offering a $1,000 scholarship for Canadians who self-identify as female, that are involved in their community, are/will be attending a post-secondary institution this fall and have been diagnosed with cancer between the ages of 18 and 40, and are still within this age bracket. 

To apply please visit: https://pinkpearlcanada.org/scholarship/ 

Application deadline: March 3rd, 2023.

    Pipe Line Contractors Association of Canada Student Award
    An applicant must be a son, daughter or ward of a person whose principal income is derived from the pipeline construction industry.

    • The parent or guardian of the applicant must be employed by or have a history of employment with a company that is a member of the Pipe Line Contractors Association of Canada.
    • The applicant must provide proof of full-time enrollment in a program leading to a diploma or degree in any field at a recognized Canadian college or university. Applications received from students enrolled in post-graduate programs may also be considered.

    RBC Royal Bank Scholarship Awards
    Criteria: Please visit the RBC site to find a complete list of the RBC Royal Bank scholarships available to Canadian students, as well as details on the awards, information on how to apply, eligibility, application criteria and more.

    Reason One Mentorship & Scholarship Program

    The Reason One Mentorship & Scholarship Program awards scholarship and mentorship opportunities to Black students who are enrolled or recently accepted in a digital-related program, pursuing or with plans to pursue a career in the tech industry.  

    This program is explicitly focused on removing the systemic, financial, and socio-economic barriers that Black students encounter in tech career paths. 

    The Reason One Mentorship & Scholarship Program is offering:

    • Three students a $5,000 scholarship towards application fees, textbooks, and other expenses
    • One year of mentorship and professional development support from Reason One team members

    The deadline to apply is May 7, 2023

    To be eligible, you must:

    • Identify as Black, African American, African Canadian or African-descent 
    • Be between the ages of 17-35 years old 
    • Live in Ontario, Canada or South Carolina, USA
    • Be enrolled or accepted to a full or part-time digital-related program at a college, university, or specialized program (such as a Bootcamp, etc.)   
    • Have an interest in pursuing a career in the tech industry
    • Have demonstrated financial need/support

    How to apply
    Deadline date to You'll need to submit an online application by May 7, 2023.

    Each application requires the following:

    • Information on your background, including: 
      • Educational transcript(s)
      • School and community-related activities or programs
      • Honors and awards that you may have received
      • Work experience 
    • "Your story" as a document or video:
      • 500 words if written, or less than 5 minutes if video
      • Your story can provide an overview of your academic and/or professional background, and answer questions like: 
        • What are your career goals?
        • What innovative projects have you worked on?
        • Why would you benefit from this program?
    • Recommendations:  
      • Provide the contact information for at least two references. They can be academic, professional, or character references.  

    To apply please visit: Reason One Mentorship & Scholarship Program | Reason One (reasononeinc.com)

    Royal Canadian Legion Bursaries
    Criteria: Awarded to a full or part-time student who is a veteran, child/grandchild of a veteran, or associated with the Legion, based on financial need.

    Soroptimist Live Your Dream Award
    Criteria: In addition to providing the primary financial support for their families, eligible applicants must be enrolled in, or have been accepted to, a vocational/skills training program or an undergraduate degree program and must demonstrate financial need. Also, please note only residents of Soroptimist International of the Americas' member countries and territories are eligible to apply for the educational grants.
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    Start Proud Student Leadership Scholarship
    Start Proud, formerly known as Out On Bay Street, is committed to recognizing excellence in the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender & Queer (LGBTQ+) student communities across Canada in order to help students excel in their careers.

    • Exemplify leadership within the LGBTQ+ communities or any community you are passionate about
    • Demonstrate personal and/or academic success
    • Clearly articulate plans for future involvement in the LGBTQ+ communities and career or academic objectives in the application
    • Award recipients must demonstrate alignment with Start Proud's Mission, Vision & Values

    Application: Please visit: StartProuds scholarship page

    Storwell's Foster Children Bursary Program

    • Applicant must have been a foster child with an official Canadian or American foster care program and agrees to have the above organization verify the same.
    • Will be enrolled as a full-time student at a recognized general/ vocational College or post-secondary institution in Canada or USA as of Sept.
    • Canadian or American Citizen or Permanent Resident
    • Applicant must be 24 years of age or less at the time of application
    • Winner agrees to have his/her name, photo and post-secondary institution displayed on the Storwell website.

    TD Canada Trust Scholarships for Community Leadership
    Criteria: Open to students across Canada who are in their final year of high school or CEGEP (in Quebec); have a minimum overall grade average of 75% in their most recently completed school year, and have demonstrated community leadership.

    Terry Fox Humanitarian Award Program
    Criteria: The Terry Fox Humanitarian Award recognizes humanitarian volunteer work. There is no set discipline students must study in order to receive the award, but they must maintain their academic, voluntary and career performance to a satisfactory level.

    Val Mason Scholarship

    • The applicant must be nominated by a member of CSCM, and a cover letter of recommendation must accompany the application package.
    • The applicant must be employed, or have been recently employed, at a member Club of CSCM.
    • The applicant must have shown a keen interest in pursuing a career in the club management industry.

    Wecare Canada - Kevin Collins Abilities Scholarship

    The Kevin Collins Abilities Scholarship is presented to a post-secondary student with a disability. Eligible applicants must have at minimum one full semester left in their post-secondary education.

    The scholarship is worth $3,000 and will be awarded at our annual gala in the fall.

    Application package must be sent to info@wecare-canada.org with the subject line ‘SCHOLARSHIP’.

    Application deadline is March 31, 2023.

    William Peyton Hubbard Award
    Criteria: Granted for outstanding post-secondary achievement by black students in Ontario.

    Arts & Design

    The Salt Spring National Art Prize (SSNAP)

    The Salt Spring National Art Prize Society is a not-for-profit organization that seeks to recognize, showcase, and advance the accomplishments of Canadian visual artists. This year, SSNAP is offering $50,000 in awards.

    Deadline date for submissions is May 31, 2023. 

    For more information please visit the SSNAP website.


    Advertising Standards Canada's Robert E. Oliver Award

    • Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident of Canada
    • Enrolled in a full-time Advertising and/or Marketing program
    • Committed to pursuing a career in advertising or marketing in Canada
    • Write 250-word essay outlining why they are deserving of the award
    • Academic and community service component

    To obtain and submit application, please email: awards@georgebrown.ca

    Allied Van Lines Scholarship
    Allied Van Lines is committed to improving the future of up-and-coming logistics and business professionals in Canada. This scholarship is awarded to a Canadian citizen, or Permanent Resident enrolled in a full-time post-secondary institution in a Logistics or equivalent field. Applicant must submit a brief essay of 400 to 800 words detailing why logistics/supply chain management is important.

    Corporate Finance Institute Annual Scholarship
    Criteria: this award is for both part-time and full-time students that show passion for finance and who can show their determination to improve lives through their careers, as well as someone who shows financial need so that they can attend post-secondary institutions.

    Estey Undergraduate Student Essay Competition
    Criteria: Awarded based on a research paper on business or accounting/finance or related topics. Students can resubmit papers from the previous year, but all work must represent students' independent and individual work.

    RBC Royal Bank Aboriginal Student Awards Program
    Criteria: Awarded to a First Nations (status or non-status, Inuit, or Métis) student in a Financial Services program based on financial need and personal/academic achievement. Also:

    • You are a permanent resident or citizen of Canada
    • You have applied or are currently attending an accredited post-secondary institution in Canada
    • You maintain a full course load that leads to a recognized degree, certificate or diploma
    • You have at least two years remaining in your post-secondary studies as of September
    • You require financial assistance to pursue your education

    Toronto CREW Real Estate Scholarship
    Toronto Commercial Real Estate Women (Toronto CREW) is a business development network for women who represent a broad cross-section of disciplines in the commercial real estate industry. To encourage women to enter the commercial real estate industry, a scholarship of up to $3,000 CAD may be awarded to a full-time female student who will complete an academic program focused on careers found in the commercial real estate industry and who has the intention to pursue a career in commercial real estate.


    • Female students.
    • Enrolled in the last two years of a post-secondary level program with a curriculum focused on professions found in the commercial real estate industry.
    • Demonstrated interest in and plans to pursue a career in the commercial real estate industry.
    • Demonstrated community involvement, which may include school activities.
    • Superior academic achievement with a grade average above 79.5%.
    • Must be a Canadian Citizen or Canadian Permanent Resident.

    Community Services

    The following Early Childhood Education programs are offering a $2,000 tuition grant to domestic students starting in September 2023.

    Early Childhood Education (C100)*
    Early Childhood Education (Consecutive Diploma/Degree) (C118)*
    Early Childhood Education (Fast-Track) (C130)*
    Early Childhood Education (Consecutive Diploma/GBC Degree) (C148)*
    Early Childhood Education (Accelerated) (C160)*

    *This opportunity is funded in partnership with the City of Torontothe Region of Durhamthe Region of Peel, the Province of Ontario, and the Government of Canada under the new Canada-Ontario Early Childhood Workforce Agreement, which provides one-time federal funding to support the retention and recruitment of a high-quality child care and early years workforce.

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    Early Childhood Education Qualifications Upgrade Program
    Criteria: Awarded to individuals involved in the child care and early years sector across Ontario

    Health Sciences

    Aging Matters Scholarship

    • An existing college student or incoming freshman (to be enrolled in the Fall, in good academic standing)
    • Attending any 2-year or 4-year accredited college or university as a full-time student
    • Complete and submit the application form
    • Judging will be based on the submission quality of the application, which will include a short, 1000-word or less essay on why Aging Matters to the applicant.

    For more information, please visit www.seniorcare.com/scholarship/

    Annual Senior Care Scholarship http://www.aplaceformom.com/scholarship
    Place for Mom is offering a $1,000 scholarship to students enrolled in an associate's degree, bachelor's degree program in a medical, nursing or social sciences-related major; who are interested in the fields of aging and gerontology. Applicant must be planning on pursuing a career that involves working with senior citizens.

    Barbara Rhomberg Excellence in Nursing Scholarship

    • Enrolled in a full-time undergraduate nursing program working toward an associate or bachelor's degree
    • Non-traditional student, defined as a student that did not immediately continue their education after high school (at least a 3-year gap between high school and enrolment in a college or university)
    • Note: Past winners and applicants of this scholarship are eligible to re-apply in future years.

    Application: Download application form

    Pacific Medical Training Scholarship

    • Any undergraduate or graduate college student currently enrolled in a “healthcare degree” program may apply
      • This includes, but is not limited to, degree programs and courseware supporting the following professions: Athletic Trainer, Cardiac Sonographer, Cardiovascular Technologist, Dental Assistant, Dentist, Diagnostic Medical Sonographer, Electrocardiographic Technician, Emergency Medical Technician, Exercise Scientist/Specialist, Mammographer, Medical Assistant, Nuclear Medicine Technologist, Nurse Anesthetists, Nurse Assistant, Nurse Practitioner, Nursing Assistant, Paramedic, Pharmacist, Phlebotomist, Physical Therapist, Physician Assistant, Physician, Practical Nurse, Registered Nurse, Respiratory Therapist
      • Pre-professional programs such as pre-nursing and pre-medicine students are qualified as well. Students begin their coursework but ultimately transfer to another institution to complete their degree.
    • Employees and Pacific Medical Training, and their family members, are not eligible to participate in this program.
    • All entries become the sole property of Pacific Medical Training.
    • Proof of enrollment in a qualifying degree program may be required for eligibility.
    • Payment will be made as a stipend to the winner, funds are unrestricted.

    Six Surgery

    Six Surgery, a leader in cosmetic and plastic surgery, will award a $1,000 scholarship to one deserving student who demonstrated leadership in medical or health related fields.  A winner will be selected according to their academic achievements, and their submission of a short essay or video presentation.


    • Currently enrolled at an accredited college or university in Canada or the United States at an undergraduate program related to medicine or healthcare
    • Education will continue through the Spring semester
    • Must be a legal resident of Canada, United States or hold a valid student Visa
    • Must not be an employee of the Toronto Cosmetic Surgery Institute or associated companies

    How to Apply:

    Participants must submit a 500-word essay or a 2-minute video presentation in response to the following question:

    • What will surgery look like in 2050?

    For information and forms please visit: torontosurgery.com/scholarship

    Application Deadline: April 15, 2023


    7Shifts Culinary & Hospitality Management Scholarships

    7shifts offers scholarships for culinary and hotel/restaurant management students to support the next generation of professionals. Bursaries are available to students at nationally-recognized post-secondary institutions in culinary programs, and restaurant, hotel, and hospitality management programs in North America.


    • Must be a full-time student enrolled in a nationally-recognized educational institution in North America
    • Must be pursuing any recognized certification in culinary services or hospitality/restaurant management


    Apprenticeship Completion Grant
    Criteria: Awarded to Registered Apprentices in Interprovincial Standards Red Seal Program Trades who complete their Apprentice training.

    Apprenticeship Incentive Grant
    Criteria: Awarded to a Registered Apprentice in an Interprovincial Standards Red Seal Program Trade who is registered with an employer or equivalent organization and is able to show progress in his or her program by completing the first or second level.

    AACE Canada Competitive Scholarships

    Criteria: Awarded to a Construction Science and Management degree program student in second year or higher who has excellent academic performance and is involved in extracurricular activities.

    Canadian Association of Women in Construction
    Criteria: Awarded to a female student in a Centre for Advanced Building Technologies program based on financial need, leadership activities and a career objective in the construction industry.

    Carole and George Fletcher Foundation Awards Scholarships
    Criteria: Awarded to a full-time applied science or engineering technology student based on academic excellence. Also must have a parent or grandparent who is a member.

    E. Wayne Kay Community College Scholarship
    Criteria: Awarded to a student in a manufacturing or related program based on academic merit (a 3.0 GPA or more).

    Net Solutions

    Net Solutions is offering its annual scholarship giveaway (2022-23) to expand equal access to education in technology-related fields. Students (current and about-to-enroll) is invited to participate in the program. 

    Eligible Criteria:

    • Anyone currently enrolled as a full-time student in a 2,3 or 4-year program or with an acceptance letter for the same.
    • Students pursuing (or about to join) Coursework directly related to or leading to a degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, User Experience Design, User Interface Design, Human-Computer Interaction, or other related areas.
    • Students who have a cumulative of GPA 2.5 or higher if already enrolled in a program.

    How to Participate: 

    Students are required to submit an original 1000–2000-word piece (along with the research resources) on the topic:

    • What is the future of work – Remote, In-Office, or Hybrid?

    To apply please visit: https://www.netsolutions.com/scholarship.

    Terry O'Banion Student Technology Award
    Criteria: Refer to website for further information