There are many scholarships for Brock students. If you are searching for scholarships for a particular high school located in Brock, please select the appropriate school from the list below. The scholarship database contains scholarships for Brock students in the following categories:

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SME Education Foundation has awarded $18 million to over 5,000 students since 2005. Graduating high school seniors as well as students pursuing two-year, four-year or graduate degrees in manufacturing or engineering are eligible to apply for scholarships. In the past two years, the Foundation awarded a record number of scholarships to women and minorities as part of a new Diversity,...

Apprenticeship Service Program

Deadline: Mar 01, 2024
With a shortage of skilled workers across the trade industry, the Apprenticeship Service Program makes it easier for small to medium-sized enterprises to hire first-year apprentices in specific Red Seal trades across Canada through financial incentives funded by the Government of Canada’s Apprenticeship Service, and in partnership with EHRC (Electricity Human Resources Canada).The Apprenticeship Service Program is designed to incentivize...

SMART Scholarships

Deadline: Dec 01, 2023
The Science, Mathematics, and Research for Transformation (SMART) Scholarship-for-Service Program is funded by the Department of Defense (DoD). It is a combined educational and workforce development opportunity for bachelors, masters, and Ph.D. students to gain technical skills in critical STEM fields and support the national security mission of DoD.Eligibility RequirementsReview the below scholarship requirements to ensure you are eligible to...

Rubincam Youth Award

Deadline: Dec 15, 2023
“To encourage and recognize our youth as the next generation of family historians.”Deadline for submissions is 15 December, annually.HistoryThe Rubincam Youth Writing Competition was established in 1986 to honor Milton Rubincam, CG, FASG, FNGS, for his many years of service to the National Genealogical Society and to the field of genealogy. These awards encourage and recognize our youth as the...

Burger King Scholars Program

Deadline: Dec 15, 2023
Through the Burger King Scholars Program, we have awarded nearly $55 million to over 45,000 students across North America since 2000. Our goal is to grant one scholarship for every BK restaurant in North America –that translates to more than $7 million each year!Created in memory of Burger King Co-Founder James “Jim” W. McLamore, the Burger King Scholars program provides...

Aspiring information security professionals have the opportunity to ease some of their educational financial burden with the ISC2 Information Security Undergraduate Scholarship, offering undergraduate students studying information security up to US$5,000 per recipient.AWARDSUp to 20 scholarships will be awarded. Each scholarship award will be between $1,000 – $5,000If awarded: the funds will be sent to the school with instructions that...

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Brock is a township within the Regional Municipality of Durham, Ontario. The township of Brock is also a former municipality and geographic township prior to the merger that formed the current city. The Brock Township is situated on the east shore of Lake Simcoe about one hour northeast of Toronto. The city consists of three separate urban parts, several hamlets, and beautiful landscape. While agriculture is our largest employer, various commercial and industrial businesses are located in the urban parts of Sunderland, Beaverton and Cannington. The location of the Township on the Trent-Severn Waterway and Lake Simcoe make it a well-known tourist destination - both winter and summer season!

The first Brock Township was surveyed during 1817 as part of York County and the first meetings were held during 1833. The town was named for a young soldier, General Sir Isaac Brock who the Americans shot since he led his soldiers into battle trying to prevent the Americans from setting up a landing at Queenston Heights during the 1812 War.

The Township of Brock became part of the newly-created Ontario County in the year 1852. During the year 1878, Cannington was no longer part of the Township for municipal reasons and was incorporated as a village.

During the year 1974, as part of the municipal restructuring surrounding the creation of the Regional Municipality of Durham, Brock was merged with the Township of Thorah and the villages of Beaverton and Cannington to form the new Brock Township.

The commercial hub of the township and the biggest community is Beaverton, while the local high school and municipal administration is situated within Cannington.

Smaller communities within the township consist of Blackwater, Ball Subdivision, Creightons Corners, Cedar Beach, Derryville, Gamebridge, Maple Beach, Layton, Saginaw, Pinedale, Sunderland, Thorah Beach, Vallentyne, Vroomanton, Wilfrid and Wick.

The municipality's northern border comprises the Trent-Severn Waterway, which connects to Lake Simcoe by way of the Ramara Township. The Brock Township houses five locks.