1) The Icelandic Canadian Club of British Columbia has established a fund to provide financial assistance to students of Icelandic origin who are residents of British Columbia and who are beginning or continuing a program of post-secondary education in British Columbia.
2) The scholarship committee shall endeavour to award a minimum of two scholarships each year for an amount determined by the Scholarship Committee. Additional awards may be considered and authorized by the Committee from time to time.
3) The details of the possible scholarships are as follows:
a) The B.T.H. Marteinsson Memorial Scholarship is aimed at students in Health related fields : medicine, nursing, nuclear medicine, physiotherapy, radiotherapy, etc.. This award is given in the memory of the late Dr. B.T.H. Marteinsson, a well known and respected member of the medical profession.
b) The Anne Eyford Memorial Scholarship is to be awarded at the discretion of the Scholarship Committee to a student in the Fine Arts field. This award is given in memory of Anne Eyford, a well known and respected member in the Icelandic Community in Vancouver.
c) The Anna B. Nash Memorial Scholarship, created in 1987, is to be awarded at the discretion of the Scholarship Committee to a student in Education studies. Students who are enrolled in undergraduate studies will be considered. The award is named in the memory of a respected teacher and member of the Icelandic Canadian community in Vancouver who died in 1986.
d) The Thordarson Scholarship was established in 1995 by the family of Theodore and Sigrišur Thordarson in honour of their parents and their sister Helga. The scholarship will be awarded from the proceeds of the capital at the discretion of the Scholarship Committee for a student or students enrolled in the study of Health, Law or Education.
e) The Warren Oddsson Memorial Scholarship was established in 2002 by Art and June Oddsson in honour of their son Warren. The scholarship will be awarded from the proceeds of the capital at the discretion of the Scholarship Committee for a student enrolled in the study of Fine Arts, History or Humanities.