Unifor recognizes that the cost associated with post-secondary education is a challenge for many working families. To assist in making education more accessible, we have established 28 scholarships of $2,000.00 each.
The scholarships are awarded to children of Unifor members in good standing. Students must be entering their first year of full-time post-secondary education (university, community college, technological institute, trade school, etc.) in a public Canadian institution. One of these scholarships will also be available to a Unifor member with at least one year seniority. These are entrance scholarships only and are not renewable for students entering subsequent years of study. A more detailed description of eligibility criteria and the application process can be downloaded below.
A selection committee composed of Unifor National Staff and Local Union Discussion Leaders evaluates scholarship applications. The selection committee reviews hundreds of applications annually and considers many factors when evaluating applications including academic achievement, responses to essay questions, and a demonstrated commitment to social justice through extracurricular activities and volunteerism. In addition, the selection committee ensures that scholarship awards are distributed to best reflect the regional, sectoral, and membership diversity of Unifor.
Scholarship Application Important Dates
March 24: Online scholarship application period opens
June 10: Application period closes
July 18: Scholarship recipients announced
Using the Online Application
Your application must be submitted using the online application form NO LATER THAN FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 2022.
Please ensure that you have READ THE INSTRUCTIONS carefully, and have the following documents ready on your device for upload with your application.
A) Current high school transcript (children of Unifor members only)
B) Reference letter
C) Local Union Officer signature form
D) Essay Answers
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