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

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Loran Scholars

Deadline: Oct 11, 2023
The Loran Award supports promising young Canadians who show strength of character and a commitment to service in their communities, challenging them to fully realize their leadership potential. In 2023-24, the Loran Scholars Foundation will offer up to 160 financial awards funding studies on Canadian campuses at the following three levels:LORAN AWARDSWith the support of a national network, up to...

Since 1995, TD has awarded millions in TD Scholarships for Community Leadership to recognize students who have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to community leadership. TD Scholarships for Community Leadership recipients receive up to $70,000 for tuition and living expenses as well as opportunities for paid summer employment, peer networking and mentorship. Supporting young community leaders is one way TD is...

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...

Young Heritage Leaders Scholarship

Deadline: Sep 30, 2023
Canada Life is proud to sponsor Young Heritage Leaders, a program that fosters a sense of local pride, community involvement and volunteerism. Along with the Ontario Heritage Trust, they reward the young person whose leadership in preserving, protecting and promoting heritage is deemed to be the most exceptional with a $3,500 scholarship for post-secondary education. Note: Only individual nominees are...

Steel Intern Scholarship

Deadline: Oct 02, 2023
Steel Intern Scholarship – PAID Summer internship followed by a US$7,500 one-year scholarship.These awards are preceded by a PAID summer internship at a North American steel producing or steel-related company.Up to 40 one-year awards.Premier Intern Scholarship – The top-scoring applicant of all received will be awarded the Premier Scholarship, a one-year scholarship of US$12,000 with a paid summer internship (summer...

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Woodstock, called "the Dairy Capital of Canada," is a city in southern Ontario situated along the historic Thames River. Woodstock serves as the county seat of Oxford County and is about 128 kilometres southwest of Toronto. Its population totals 35,480. Woodstock is known for its historic buildings. All of its original administration buildings have been preserved. Woodstock City is also called "The Friendly City."

Woodstock has been settled since the early 19th Century. Sir John Graves Simcoe, governor of what was then known as Upper Canada, decided that the area will make a good townsite in the year 1800. American immigrants from the state of New York were the first to settle there, followed by immigrants from Great Britain during the 1820s and 1830s. The population of Woodstock City in the year 1836 was 200. Less than a decade later, the population had soared to one thousand inhabitants living in two hundred houses. In the year 1851, Woodstock was incorporated as a town, and during 1902 the town was incorporated as the "City of Woodstock." The population at that time was almost 9,000.

The city's core, from Vansittart Avenue to Huron Street on Dundas Street, boasts lots of magnificent century-old buildings. Located there are the historic administration buildings, restaurants, banks and shops. Woodstock underwent extensive revitalization efforts throughout the 1990s. The main street has been rejuvenated with several unique shops, cobbled sidewalks and gardens.

Woodstock City draws visitors throughout the year for various events. Each and every summer, the main street is shut down for a mix of entertainment and retail sales during the yearly "Sidewalk Sales" celebrations. Amongst the biggest wood shows in North America, the Woodstock Wood Show, is held there each and every fall at the fairgrounds. A major event, the Canadian Farm Show, occurs in September at the north end of the city. The fair comes to Woodstock during late August. Victoria Day is celebrated with a parade along Dundas. Woodstock City is likewise home to seven-screen Galleria Cinemas, live harness racing and an OLG Slots.

The city of Woodstock recently constructed a County Administration Building across from City Hall since it is the seat of Oxford County. Woodstock City Council governs the city. There are four city councilors, two county and city councilors, plus a mayor. Woodstock City is part of the riding of Oxford.