District Alternate Secondary Program

District Alternate Secondary Program is located in Hope, British Columbia. Scholarships for students attending District Alternate Secondary Program can be found in our scholarship database. If you are searching for scholarships for students attending a different high school in Hope, visit the Hope directory.

PO Box 108
Hope, British Columbia
V0X 1L0
604 869-9953

Scholarships

Kealan Ossum Scholarship Fund

Deadline: Jun 30, 2024
$1,500
Tier 1 Energy Solutions is dedicated to developing the next generation of community leaders, providing a skilled workforce for our industry, and is committed to post-secondary education.Tier 1 will be offering five $1500.00 scholarships in total each year to eligible selected applicants.APPLICANT CRITERIAMust be a Canadian Citizen, Permanent Resident or Protected person (visa students are not eligible).Be currently enrolled full-time...

$20,000
Epic’s aviation scholarship program continues to grow each year to support young people interested in aviation. These scholarships are open to U.S. high school students. In 2023, we awarded 5 pilot scholarships and 2 aircraft mechanic scholarships. The four $5,000 flight scholarships were awarded for use at these locations: 1) New Smyrna Beach, FL (2 winners); 2) Ocala, FL; and...

Joseph U. Bottalla Scholarship

Deadline: Nov 01, 2024
$1,500
Description of Scholarship: The Joint Civic Committee of Italian Americans (JCCIA) is proud to offer the Joseph U. Bottalla Scholarship – from the Joseph U. Bottalla Scholarship Fund - awarded to students who are Illinois residents of 50% or more of Italian extraction, have studied Italian language for at least two years or currently enrolled in an Italian language course,...

Razorback Bridge Scholarship

Deadline: Nov 01, 2024
$14,000
Awarded to students from underrepresented communities who have demonstrated outstanding academic leadership qualities and potential. Members of underrepresented communities include but are not limited to: students from underrepresented ethnic or minority groups, students with interest in a field that does not typically attract members of their ethnicity or gender, students who reside in an underrepresented county in Arkansas, and  first-generation...

$1,500
Every year, the United Steelworkers union awards 22 scholarships of $1,500 each to qualified students across Canada, as follows:District 3: 5 scholarships (Western Provinces, Yukon, Northwest Territories, Nunavut)District 5: 6 scholarships (Quebec)District 6: 2 scholarships (Atlantic Provinces)District 6: 6 scholarships (Ontario)National Locals: 3 scholarships (Local Unions 1944, 1976 and 2004)These scholarships are intended to support Steelworkers members who spend many...

$1,000
Allen Tittle’s Medical Malpractice Awareness Scholarship aims to provide support for those affected by medical malpractice and to raise awareness of this important issue. To learn more about medical malpractice and the types of cases Tittle & Perlmuter takes, including physician negligence and medication and prescription errors, click here.Allen Tittle’s Medical Malpractice Awareness Scholarship is a recurring scholarship awarding $1,000...