St Jean de Brebeuf Secondary School is located in Hamilton, Ontario. Scholarships for students
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Founding Attorney Melaniece Bardley McKnight’s favorite place is inside the courtroom, advocating for her clients involved in all aspects of family legal matters. Being a lawyer can be rewarding but also demanding and stressful. It is a position that, if achieved, one should celebrate. That is why our firm is pleased to sponsor the Young Defenders Scholarship. This scholarship aims...
Richard M. Renkin supports many local and national service and charitable organizations. This scholarship was established to provide financial support to a law student whose life has been impacted by lymphoma or leukemia and is seeking to continue his or her education through law school. The $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to an applicant who submits the required application and...
The Minority Teacher Education Scholars (MTES) program is a collaborative performance-based scholarship program for African-American, Hispanic-American, Asian-American, and Native American students administered by the Florida Fund for Minority Teachers, Inc. (FFMT).
The participating institutions include Florida College System institutions and public and private universities that have teacher education programs. A listing of eligible institutions and contact information is available at...
The passion and commitment of a student with ambitions and dreams towards the enhancements of society are characteristics that JT Legal Group sincerely acknowledges. Higher education brings opportunities for prosperity and no obstacle should get in the way of that, especially financial ones.
JT Legal Group is looking to award a law school scholarship opportunity in the amount of $5,000...
This award recognizes up to six Indigenous students for their creative writing talent. Each recipient receives a $2,500 award.
Who is eligible
A) Submit a creative writing piece that is completely original (a short story, poem, essay, play or song)
B) Be 18 years old or younger
C) Self-identify as an Indigenous person
D) Attend a school in...
The District/Authority scholarship is awarded to 5,500 high school graduates who have demonstrated excellence in their chosen area.The Ministry of Education and Child Care sets core eligibility requirements and general guidelines; local scholarship committees determine awarding criteria and select their conditional recipients.The Ministry confirms that the selected students have meet basic criteria and then sends these confirmed recipients a $1,250...