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Entrance Annual Scholarship in Fashion Design BC HYDRO ABORIGINAL AWARDS RANDY BRANT MEMORIAL ABORIGINAL AWARD BC HYDRO POWER PIONEER COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARDS YOUTH IN ACTION AWARDS ENVISION FINANCIAL EDUCATION AWARD BC HIGH SCHOOL BOYS’ BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP BC SECONDARY SCHOOLS’ RUGBY UNION SCHOLARSHIPS in all Grade 12 courses, meet all the entrance requirement and prerequisites for entrance into the UFV Fashion Design program, demonstrate a high level of leadership, determination and effort. They should also have made significant contributions to school life and have participated actively in community life. (8) $1,500 Available to individuals who are status/non status Indians, Inuit or Métis and are residents of BC who plan to enrol in a full-time public post-secondary institution in Canada, in any field of study. $2,000 Available to individuals who are status/non status Indians, Inuit or Métis and are residents of BC who plan to enrol in a full-time public post-secondary institution in Canada, in any field of study. Based on a combination of academic achievement and outstanding community involvement. (18) $500 Open to B.C. students attending school full-time, who are maintaining a passing grade and who are 18 years of age and under. Candidates must have made outstanding contributions in their community for a considerable amount of time. Alternatively, the individual must have initiated, organized and contributed significantly to a one-time project. (10) $2,000 Be able to demonstrate their commitment to the well-being of their community through volunteer efforts; have a high level of academic achievement; be attending an accredited vocational school, college or university in the upcoming school year. (16) $2,000 Open to members of Envision Credit Union prior to July 1 st , 2008. Must be planning to attend a college, university or technical institute full time and reside in one of the communities Envision Credit serves. Must have a minimum of 67% or C+ average, as well as extensive community and/or (20 – 30) ranging from $400 - $1,000 Up to (14) $750 school involvement. Each successful applicant must be a member of a team that is a member of the Association. Awarded to students proceeding to any university or post-secondary institution. Must have proficiency in basketball, a minimum “B” average in marks or the capability of being accepted by the university or postsecondary institution of his choice, and demonstrate good citizenship, character and leadership. Awarded to male graduating students continuing to a full-time program of studies at a Canadian university or college. Candidates must demonstrate excellence in rugby, strong scholastic achievement, and proven character, citizenship and leadership. In addition, they will have been leaders within their school and/or community and have made a valued April April April April April April April http://www.bchydro.com/ community/scholarships/ scholarships878.html http://www.bchydro.com/ community/scholarships/ scholarships878.html http://www.bchydro.com/ community/scholarships/ scholarships878.html http://www.wscu.com/ www.envisionfinancial.c a http://www.bcboysbasket ball.com/leagues/2192/gr aphics/2008-09 Boys Basketball Handbook.pdf go to pages 35, 36 for application http://www.bcssru.com/ - 16 -

BC SECONDARY SCHOOLS’ RUGBY UNION/BC RUGBY REFEREES’ SOCIETY SCHOLARSHIP CANADIAN OLYMPIC COMMITTEE’S CAROL ANNE LETHEREN LEADERSHIP & SPORT SCHOLARSHIP CANADA BASKETBALL SCHOLARSHIP INVEST YOUNG NATIONAL LEADERSHIP AWARD BC SECONDARY SCHOOLS GIRLS FIELD HOCKEY SCHOLARSHIP contribution to their school rugby program, though not necessarily have been selected for rep teams at the zone, provincial or national level. (1) $1,000 Awarded to a male graduating student and is continuing to a full-time program. Must have a strong interest in rugby refereeing, and the intention to move through the approved IRB levels of formal referee certification, strong athletic achievement, character and citizenship, proven leadership within their school and/or community, and a valued (1) $1,500 for three years (2) $500, (1) $250 – Girls; (2) $500, (1) $250 – Boys contribution to the school’s rugby program. Is given to a female student (Canadian citizen or permanent resident) presently enrolled at a Canadian high school in her graduating year and applying to a Canadian university or college in business, sport management, marketing, physical education or related fields. In addition to demonstrating qualities and personal values that personify the Olympic values, the eligible candidate will have a minimum grade average of 85% in her final year of high school. She will also be an accomplished athlete in high school, community or provincial level competitive sport(s). Please note that athletes competing at the national level (junior and senior )will be given preference. Applicants will be evaluated on their academic success, leadership in the amateur sport community through wellrounded participation as a high school basketball athlete, as well as on the basis of their other school and community activities. The player must have a proficiency in basketball and meet all of the eligibility requirements of a high school student-athlete as outlined in the Competitive Rules and Regulations of BC SCHOOL SPORTS. The selection will be based on the individuals who best exemplify the ideals of the student-athlete who is continuing their post-secondary education in Canada. $500 Must be a Canadian citizen, landed immigrant, a permanent resident or a protected person within the meaning of the Immigration and Refugee Act and be in their final year of high school and entering the first year of post-secondary studies and have an interest in Business or Finance. (1) $500 Must be graduating from a BC school this year, entering their first year of full-time studies at a Canadian university or college, have demonstrated exceptional athletic achievement in Girl’s Field Hockey, have a minimum GPA of 75%, have demonstrated outstanding service and leadership in school and/or community, fulfill the requirements of the application April April 2008-04-11 http://www.bcssru.com/ http://www.olympic.ca/E N/funding/letheren_awar d.shtml 2008-04-14 www.investyoung.org April http://www.bcschoolsport s.ca/pages/sports/fieldhoc key/2008/Field_Hockey_ Scholarship_Application _Forms.doc - 17 -

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