Alberta Blue Cross’s Indigenous Scholarship Program
The Alberta Blue Cross Scholarship for Indigenous Students is for students who have demonstrated community involvement and achievement of personal goals as well as shown financial need. Academic achievement will also be considered. This scholarship is for students who have recently completed their high school education and entering their first year of post-secondary study at an accredited institution.
A) Applicants are a member of a first nation or band, or have Inuit, Métis or Indian Status as referenced on the Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada website.
B) Applicants must be enrolling in the first year of any full-time post-secondary certificate or diploma program of two or more years duration.
C) Applicants must clearly describe their community involvement, personal goals and financial need.
D) Applicants must currently reside in Alberta and have been living here for the past 12 months.
E) Applicants must submit two reference letters for evaluation.
F) Applicants must be accepted to an accredited post-secondary institution.
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