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Scholarship Information



The RBC Future Launch Scholarship

Amount: $1,500

About:  Your Future, Your Community

As students across Canada continue to invest in their education, many are taking the time to invest in their communities as well. In recognition of the growing number of Canadian students showing a passion to lead and inspire positive change in their community, we have created the RBC Students Leading Change Scholarship.

Application site: RBC Future Launch Scholarship

Deadline: January 31, 2023

Kin-Canada Bursaries Kin Canada Bursaries is a program of the Hal Rogers Endowment Fund

Amount:  $1,000

Website: Bursaries - Kin Canada

Deadline: February 1, 2023

About:  bursaries are awarded to Canadian students from coast-to-coast who are pursuing post-secondary education. Eligibility: •Must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident. •Must be a full-time student in the process of graduating from high school or currently studying or registered at a post-secondary institution. •Must complete the current application form by February 1. Bursary winners are notified before June 30 by their sponsoring club. •Must not have previously been awarded a Kin Canada Bursary. •Will be evaluated on their community and school involvement, knowledge of Kin Canada and financial need. Application Process •The bursary application deadline date is February 1 of each year. The selection process is as follows: •Each club reviews all submitted application forms and selects one to be endorsed and forwarded to the Board of Trustees for review on or before March 1. •The Board selects several applicants to receive a bursary of $1,000 each, based on that year's contributions to the Hal Rogers Endowment Fund. For more information please see the link below. Bursaries - Kin Canada

JDP Hockey Scholarship

Provided by: Melissa Brett

Amount: $1,000

Applications open: February 1st, 2023

What They're Looking For

Study Year (Not Required): Grade 12 - 4th Year

Grades (Not Required): 70 - 100%

Age (Not Required): 16 - 24

Playing hockey at any level is a mandatory requirement for this scholarship. 

About Scholarship

This scholarship is in honor of the late Jeremy Brett, a hockey enthusiast, mentor & coach.  It was created with the intentions to align with the same goals & leadership qualities he possessed. His goal was to teach through example, mentor with wisdom & coach the younger generations to success. Not through win & loss but through teamwork, consistency & discipline.  We want to help his legacy continue on through this scholarship program & help young hockey athletes financially whom are aspiring to continue on with their education

Loans Canada Scholarship

Amount: $750 (x3)

Applications open: February 1st, 2023

Application Website: Scholarship - Loans Canada

What They're Looking For

Citizenship: Canadian or Permanent Resident (Canada)

About Scholarship

Our goal is to help Canadians make better financial decisions, and we believe that financial literacy is the key to this mission. We think that financial literacy is a lifelong commitment, and we want to encourage students to be mindful about their relationship with money early on in their lives.

For this reason, we are awarding $750 to a student every semester.

All you have to do is show us how financial literacy has made a difference in your life. Tell us how you have budgeted, saved, invested, paid down debt, applied for as many scholarships as possible or how your side-hustle has helped you bring in extra cash. We want to know how your exceptional financial management efforts have made a positive impact in your life.

We understand that qualifying for a scholarship can be hard. That is why we're not asking for your grades or your GPA, and we're leaving this open ended without any strict qualification rules. We want to hear your story! We want to know what you have learned and how you intend on using your financial knowledge to build a better future for yourself.

Assumption Life Bursaries

Amount: $1,500 (x7)

Deadline: April 30th 2023, 11:59 PM EST

Application Website: Assumption Life - For Individuals - Assumption Life

What They're Looking For

Grades: 70 - 100%

About Scholarship

To qualify for this bursary, a student must be Canadian, enrolled full time at a post-secondary learning establishment (cegep, college, university) as of next fall, have an academic average of at least 70%, and require financial aid to continue his/her studies. The electronic application form for this bursary is available HERE between January 1st and April 30th.

About Company

Through its team of highly qualified representatives and prominent partners, Assumption Life offers the full range of products required for sound financial planning.

Wendy Bujold Memorial Scholarship

Provided by: Sarah Bujold

Amount: $1,000

Applications open: May 1st, 2023

What They're Looking For

Discuss how the passing of a family member influenced you, and your future career path.

About Scholarship

This scholarship is intended for students who have been impacted by a family member passing away. It is dedicated toward the importance of family. In honour of Wendy Bujold, who constantly lit up everyone around her, we created this scholarship to live up to her bright light. We recognize the incredible challenges having a loved one pass away creates and wanted to celebrate the importance of our loved ones. 

RRCF Scholarship

Provided by: Rudder Reid Charitable Foundation

Amount: $5,000

Deadline: May 31st 2023

Application Website: Application Form | D. Michael A. Rudder (rudderreidfoundation.com)

About Scholarship

Applicants seeking a scholarship for a university based academic program or to pursue a certification at a community college are invited to submit electronically the following required information:

  1. A covering letter that must include verifiable personal identification including full name, current address, email, telephone number, Skype/FaceTime or What App details and a photo.
  2. A written statement that demonstrates the applicant’s financial need, academic achievement, integrity, ingenuity, innovation, compassion, commitment, demonstrated community service, society needs and good character. To demonstrate that they meet these criteria, applicants must provide a document of approximately 1000 words, addressing:
    - The applicant's education, hobbies, interests and community participation
    - A highest level of personal progress or achievement, especially as it relates to overcoming adversity
    - An outline of personal goals and how the education to be pursued will support achieving these goals, especially as it relates to lifting the applicant beyond her or his current circumstances
    - Any other factors the applicant considers makes them uniquely qualified to be an awardee
  3. A certified copy of present academic performance (e.g. high school) to date issued by the institution(s) which the applicant has attended.
  4. Information considered relevant by the applicant to establish financial need.
  5. Confirmation of acceptance at the Institution where the applicant plans to study, including their planned program of study. Institutions must be recognized post secondary institutions or ‘prescribed university’ as identified in the Income Tax Act.
  6. Two references

 ScholarTree $1000 Giveaway Scholarship

Provided by: ScholarTree Internal Scholarships

Application Website: Application (scholartree.ca)

Application Deadline: June 28, 2023

Amount: $1,000

Bursaries & Scholarships

Building Brighter Futures: Bursaries, Scholarships, and Awards Indspire’s Building Brighter Futures: Bursaries, Scholarships and Awards (BBF) program opens doors through education.. 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.



One-stop-shop for students and parents seeking information about scholarships, post-secondary recruitment information, student aid, career planning, etc. 


Career Services Page | Lethbridge School Division

Welcome to the Career Services Page. It is our hope that this webpage will provide you with information about career planning and bring you an awareness about post-secondary options that are available (work, apprenticeship, college and university).. Through this website you can access tools that will help you make a more informed decisions about life after high school.

Alberta Scholarship List

FMNI Scholarships




Alexander Rutherford Scholarship

The Alexander Rutherford Scholarship is a scholarship created for graduating Alberta students. The link below includes information on how to apply, who is eligible, and all the pre-requisites. Students are evaluated on academic performance in grades 10-12. The Alexander Rutherford Scholarship has a maximum value of $2500.00To apply, please visit Alexander Rutherford Scholarship

Re/Max of Western Canada Quest for Excellence

Re/Max of Western Canada Quest for Excellence has 16 - $1000.00 scholarships available to help graduating students attending high school from September 2019 - June 2020. Deadline is March 11th 2019. To apply, please visit Remax 2020 Bursary

University of Alberta Entrance Awards

These awards are for high school students entering University of Alberta with fewer than 12 credits of university course work taken during high school or following time taken off between high school and university, provided that no post-secondary credit was received during that time. Some of this awards are admission based while others are application based. For application information and deadlines, please visit University of Alberta Entrance Awards

For a list of other Canadian scholarships, please check ALBERTA HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP

Also Please take a look at more scholarships in Canada: Scholarship Canada

Information from the Scholarship Tree

Here are a couple of significant scholarships that are available now:

And blogs of how students have won these scholarships in the past:

Electronic Recycling Association

  1. Kids Video Competition (Go to Page)


ERA host their first Video Competition that will launch this Fall. We are asking students in Middle Schools and High Schools across Canada to use their creative minds. This competition is designed to not only educate students on the importance of sustainability but to bring their vision of an ever-changing environment to video.

2.ERA's Scholarship (Go to Page)


The Electronic Recycling Association is proud to announce that we will be holding our first-ever Scholarship competition. We are looking for bright, young students with an interest in the environment to host a collection event at their location. Students will gain experience in event planning and hosting. The top 10 winners will receive prizes of up to $10,000.


At the Career office, you can:

• Discuss career interest, apply and contact post secondary institutions
• Identify print/online resources for career and educational research
• Apply for scholarship and loan funding
• Prepare resumes, cover letters and develop job search skills
• Learn about off campus work experience for high school credit
• Get information about career events in the community like World of Choices etc.


Alberta Post-secondary institutions : A list of designated universities and colleges in Alberta

Alberta Apprenticeship trades : This website provides information on Alberta designated trades and occupation as well as high school apprenticeship scholarships and federal grants

Alberta Student Exchange Programs : Applications are accepted the first week of November every school year. Great opportunity for Grade 10 and 11 students to learn other cultures and language as well as building international network

Alberta Student Aid : Use this web page to apply for loans and grants

ALIS (Alberta Learning Information Service) : A great Alberta site full of career assessments and profiles to help you learn more about future opportunities!

Canadian scholarships : This website features a variety of scholarships and awards and different requirements

Encounters with Canada : A great opportunity to be with Canadian youth for one week in Ottawa. Program costs including return airfare range from $575.00 -$750.00 depending on available subsidies

United World Colleges : This is a fabulous opportunity to continue your secondary education internationally for one year!

U.S. Universities : A list of all US universities in the US and applicable scholarships



ERA Scholarship 2023

ERA Scholarship 2023

2023 ERA Scholarship Competition – Win up to $10,000 & a MacBook Pro 


Are you eligible?

Must be a full -time/part-time student in Canada. For those participants which are outside our operating areas (Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Toronto, and Montreal) there will be adjusted requirements. See FAQ.


Why is ERA holding this competition?

ERA likes to get the community involved in many ways throughout the year. This competition gives students the opportunity to gain experience, build their resume, and if they are motivated enough to win this scholarship, would be a great help financially with schooling.


What are we looking for?

We need you to come up with a marketing plan and collect e-waste in your area. You will manage every detail from the planning and promoting to the execution! We want to see how creative students can get with marketing the event and reaching out to your community and local businesses. How will you implement your ideas to raise awareness and get your networks involved? After you have followed through with your collections, the team at ERA will evaluate your work after the deadline and pick the winner!


How to collect items:

1. Get people and businesses to download the ERA App iOs or Android or website form.  Enter scholarship ID. Request a shipping label. ERA will collect items from homes and businesses on your behalf at no charge for approved items. Non-approved items will be accepted for a fee, but will still count towards the scholarship totals if the fees are paid. (credit card, e-transfer)


2. Organize corporate pickups on behalf of ERA, collecting computers for donations to our list of 500+ charities and non-profits. ERA will pick up 10 or more computing devices from any company Canada-wide, and offer hard drive destruction for any amount of hard drives contained in the computing devices. 100 devices, 100 hard drives shredded at no charge.


3. Organize community events or collection events for computers and electronics


What items do we accept?

Cell phones, tablets, laptops, computers, servers, monitors, networking equipment, gaming consoles, and similar electronics.

**No household or personal electronics. NO TVs**  See FAQ for a complete list. Please reach out to us if you are unsure.


Where should you promote this event?

Promote this event Online, in your Neighborhood, at your School, at a Business, in a Community Centre, your local Mall, or an idea of your own.


When should you start?

This competition will start on January 1st, 2023, and runs until September 1st, 2023. Give us at least 4 weeks advance notice of where and when you plan to host your collection event.


How will the winner be decided?

The winner will be decided on the quantity and quality of equipment collected and the exposure the event received through online and offline marketing platforms. Make sure to tag us on any social media promotion for your event and use #ERAScholarship. Keep track of your marketing efforts to include in a report detailing your efforts.

  • Twitter: @donaterecycleit
  • Facebook: @electronicrecyclingassociation
  • Instagram: @electronicrecyclingassociation
  • LinkedIn: @electronicrecyclingassociation

How will ERA help me at the collection event?

Once you have planned your event contact ERA to find out what we can contribute or help with. We will need at least 4 weeks notice of your event. In most cases ERA will bring a collection cage and banner at the start of your event and pick up everything once it’s over. ERA will most likely have staff onsite with you along with our truck for the duration especially if it’s on a weekend. Any additional signage or marketing material made by you is encouraged to include if you want to personalize your event.


How to enter?

Fill out the application below and one of our reps will follow up with you.


Frequently Asked Questions

Click HERE

Types of Scholarships available for the winners

  1. $10,000 (Includes Mac Book Pro and 3 laptops for charity)
  2. $5,000 (Includes Mac Book Pro and 3 laptops for charity)
  3. $3,000 (Includes Mac Book Pro and 3 laptops for charity)
  4. $1,000 (Includes Mac Book Pro and 3 laptops for charity)
  5. $1,000 (Includes Mac Book Pro and 3 laptops for charity)
  6. Mac Book Pro and 3 laptops for charity
  7. Mac Book Pro and 3 laptops for charity
  8. Mac Book Pro and 3 laptops for charity
  9. Mac Book Pro and 3 laptops for charity
  10. Mac Book Pro and 3 laptops for charity

Rules and Guidelines

  • The competition is open to students who reside within Canada.
  • You may enter the competition on January 1st, 2023, and final results need to be in by September 1st, 2023.
  • No purchase is necessary to enter the competition.
  • ERA will announce the winners of this scholarship in October 2023 on our social media platforms and website (subject to change).
  • ERA will contact the winners of this scholarship. If the winner does not answer within a week they will be disqualified.
  • If you win the competition, you will be tagged in all communication related to the scholarship.
  • MacBook Pro is a refurbished unit.
  • If you enter, ERA will own the rights to all marketing material submitted and can use these marketing materials as they wish. This includes any social media accounts you create for the 2023 ERA scholarship competition. Passwords for these accounts must be turned over to ERA at the end of the competition or you will be disqualified.