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These awards are open to students entering an engineering program with a minimum 85% overall average in the final year of high school and who exhibit characteristics of leadership through their extracurricular activities. Applicants must be Ontario residents and demonstrate financial need.Weighting of criteria:80% for Academic Accomplishment20% for Leadership
President's Scholarship—two valued at $30,000 each ($7,500 a year for four years).This scholarship is one of the university's most prestigious entrance awards. The recipient of this award will have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and will have made notable contributions to extracurricular or community activities.CriteriaMinimum 85 per cent in best six 4U or 4M courses.Personal leadership attributes such as: excellence in...
We are aware that students at colleges across the country experience not just significant debt but also things we typically don’t associate with students like homelessness and hunger. Other students may have overcome significant life adversity. The Mandour & Associates, APC “What will be your Trademark?” Scholarship exists to help alleviate whatever financial burdens may stand in the way of...
The objective of the Southern California Member Chapter scholarships is to reward and encourage an AIST Southern California Member Chapter high school senior or college undergraduate student, by providing a grant of financial support during attendance full or part time at any accredited university or college. There are two scholarships – AIST Member Scholarship and the Engineering Scholarship.EligibilityThe Member Scholarship...
High School seniors who are residents of Boulder City, Nevada and have a 3.0 or higher GPA may apply for this scholarship. Student must plan to attend an accredited trade school, college, or university may apply for this scholarship. Preference will be given to students who show they have worked hard and have a strong commitment to serving others in...
Since 2004, Indspire has provided over $153 million in financial support through more than 49,000 bursaries, scholarships and awards to First Nations, Inuit and Métis students. All Building Brighter Futures donations are matched by the Government of Canada allowing us to be double the impact for students.
The objectives of the Building Brighter Futures program are to: