NWT SPCA Scholarships


Scholarship Value: $500
Awards Available: 2
Award Deadline: Jun 30, 2022

The Northwest Territories Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (NWT SPCA) has a scholarship program for the purposes of recognizing and rewarding individuals who contribute both in their education and extracurricular activities to the betterment of Animals. The NWT SPCA Scholarship will consist of one (1) scholarship in the amount of $500. A second scholarship from the Maureen Goldsmith Memorial Fund in the amount of $500 will also be awarded to an applicant who is passionate about and involved in a Wildlife or Environmental Conservation program.

Eligibility:

To be chosen for this bursary, there are various eligibility requirements that need to be met. They include:

1. Must be a High School Graduate

2. Applicant must be planning to attend a post-secondary educational institution (enrolled in a program relating to the betterment of animals)

3. Must have some involvement in the community, such as volunteering. Must be a wellrounded individual and able to balance social life and extracurricular activities with academic commitments.

4. Successful candidate will have at least an average academic standing. A cheque in the amount of the scholarship will be given to the successful students upon confirmation of attendance at a post-secondary educational institution.

Application Requirements:

1. Students must apply for the scholarship on or before June 30.

2. Students must list on their application form their contribution to the betterment of animals. This can include, but is not limited to: volunteering with the SPCA, helping animals in distress, etc. Students should indicate the frequency of these contributions.

3. Students must submit a 500-word essay. The essay should be double spaced and typed, if possible, with an attached Cover Page. The cover page must include the Applicants Name, Title of Essay, and Date the essay is submitted to the office with the application form.

4. The essay must be the original work of the applicant submitting it.

Essay topics for the applicant to choose from are:

1. The value of the SPCA in the community

2. Detailed report on why you are choosing a career for the betterment of animals and what goals you are planning to achieve with your designation.

3. The Value of Active Participation in the betterment of animals.

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