Young people deserve all the support they can get as they grow into leaders for social change. Harmony Movement awards scholarships to exceptional young people who are being the change in their schools and communities.
Ten scholarships in memory of June Callwood are awarded each year to graduating high school students from across Canada who will be attending university or college. These students are highly active in combating racism and discrimination in their schools and communities by building on the values of harmony and equity. Scholarships are awarded annually at our Harmony Award Gala.
June Callwood Harmony Scholarships recognize the outstanding achievements of youth in promoting harmony and diversity across Canada. Our scholarships aim to recognize young leaders who have taken action to challenge discrimination and inequity in their communities.
Apply for a scholarship if you are a graduating high school student who will be attending a postsecondary institution in the fall and have done work on diversity issues such as the following:
A) Race and Ethnicity
H) Sexual Orientation
We particularly encourage applications from youth who identify as:
A) Racialized/a person of colour
B) First Nations, Métis, or Inuit
D) A person with a disability
E) A person from a low-income household
F) A newcomer
G) Someone who has experienced systemic barriers based on a part of their identity not listed above
Recipients will be each awarded a $1,000 scholarship at the annual Harmony Awards.