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CERTIFIED GENERAL ACCOUNTANTS ASSOCIATION OF BC GRADE 12 GRADUATE CONTINUING EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP PUBLIC GUARDIAN AND TRUSTEE EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE FUND DOUGLAS COLLEGE PRESIDENT’S ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIPS BC SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS ASSOCIATION BC SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS ASSOCIATION BCYCNA/BC PRESS COUNCIL HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM GLAZIER EDUCATION FOUNDATION BURSARY and have competed in Girl’s Field Hockey at school in their Grade 12 year. (10) $750 Must be Canadian citizens or landed immigrants and be residents of BC. Information on the scholarship application form will be used to select winners. Scholastic achievement, while important, is not the only criteria. Applicants should have a minimum B average in Grades 11 and 12. (Several) up to $3,300 (8) tuition fees for the program year and may be renewed for up to four (4) years Must be a former permanent ward of the Ministry of Social Services of BC, its predecessor or successor, or have been in continuing custody of the BC Ministry of Children and Families, be at least 19 years of age as of the date studies commence, be a high school graduate and planning to enrol in a post-secondary academic, technical or vocational program and submit a completed current year application form. Consideration will be given to financial need, past marks and stated career goals. Candidates must have a GPA of 3.5 or better (81.5% average in high school) and make significant contributions to school or community activities. Applicants should be nominated by the school and the school Principal. (7) $1,000 Must be currently enrolled in their final year of studies at a public secondary school in BC and expect to graduate in 2009. Academic achievement as indicated on each applicant’s school transcript and demonstrated exemplary service and leadership within the school and community in addition to an essay written in English (or French) to be selected by a committee of educators. (1) Apple MacBook Open to BC public school students in grades 6 – 12. There are six separate entry categories. Produce a website that covers a topic like math and science, language arts, social studies, multimedia or marketing. See judging criteria on website for (1) $5,000, (1) $3,500 and (1) $1,500 more details. Available to every graduating high school student in BC and the Yukon who writes the best 500-word essay answering the following question: “How can community newspapers better serve and engage their young readers?” (1) $500 Available to students pursuing a career in either glazing installation and/or fabrication apprentice program. Criteria for selection is based on: glazing apprentice, financial need, employment, community service/school activities/volunteering and essay discussing why you feel you require this scholarship and why you want to enter the glazing industry. April April Mid-April (to principal); Early May (application deadline) April April April April www.cga-bc.org OR http://www.cgabc.org/WorkArea/showco ntent.aspx?id=1818 www.trustee.bc.ca/servic es/estate/edu_assistance.h tml www.douglascollege.ca/c alendar/geninfo/gentsch.h tml http://www.bcssa.org/ne wsroom/scholarships.htm l http://www.bcssa.org/ne wsroom/scholarships.htm l www.bccommunitynews. com See Mr. Derbyshire or Ms. Domingo for application. - 18 -

KWANTLEN INTERNATIONAL TIRELESS RUNNER AWARD CANADIAN TOURISM COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY FOOD SERVICE – HOSPITALITY ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIPS SFU ABORIGINAL ENTRANCE AWARD SFU H.Y. LOUIE or LOHN FOUNDATION ENTRANCE AWARDS SCHOOL PLANT OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION OF BC (SPOA BC) BURSARIES INDO CANADIAN BUSINESS ASSOCIATION (ICBA) ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SIR JOHN A. MACDONALD SCHOLARSHIP BC EPILEPSY SOCIETY SCHOLARSHIP (3) $3,000 Must be entering Kwantlen for the first time and be an international student (NOT a Canadian citizen and permanent residents). Must have achieved a minimum of 75% average in English 12 and two other provincially-examinable courses. Community involvement, leadership and volunteerism either in Canada or their home country will be considered as well. Up to $10,000 To be used towards any Diploma program at the Canadian Tourism College. Applicants may be one of the following: in Grade 12 at time of application, new immigrant (landed within the last three years), relocating from out of province, single (7) $3,000 and (6) $3,500 parent, a person with special needs, or aboriginals. College-Entrance Scholarships and University-Entrance Scholarships. Must be graduating from high school and enrolling this September 2008 in a minimum two-year college diploma program or a university degree program in Canada and in the following areas of study: culinary, hotel, tourism, events, food and beverage, hospitality and resort. (8) $2,500 Awarded to First Nations students from high school (minimum 80% average) or BC College (minimum 3.0 average) who have a living connection to their aboriginal community. (10) $5,000 Recognizes financial need and demonstrated commitment to volunteer activities. Minimum average of 80% is required. International students qualify. (4) $600 Offered to students completing their Grade 12 year who will enter a recognized post-secondary institution in the upcoming fall term. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement and/or special needs. Preference will be given to students entering the fields of engineering, architecture, or building technology. Students in other courses of study may be considered should there not be suitable applications received in these fields. ALL applicants MUST be dependents of school district employees in the school plant area (ie. Maintenance or Custodial). (30) $1,000 Must have achieved a minimum of “B” grade academically, be actively involved in community services, actively participate in school events & extra-curricular activities and above all, be a well-rounded individual. (2) $250 Awarded to a graduating student who is attending school within the Fleetwood-Port Kells electoral district boundaries and pursuing a post-secondary education and has an outstanding record of voluntary service to the community. (7) $1,000 For British Columbians living with epilepsy who are entering, or are in post-secondary institutions. These scholarships can be applied towards tuition, on-campus housing, or any other 2008-04-25 www.kwantlen.ca or email craig.brown@kwantlen.c a April http://www.tourismcolleg e.com/ 2008-04-30 www.chfscholarships.co m April April April April April April http://www.i-cba.com/ http://students.sfu.ca/for ms/AboriginalAwardApp .pdf http://students.sfu.ca/for ms/Louie- LohnAwards.pdf See Ms. Domingo, Mr. Derbyshire, Mr. Pocock or your district’s Maintenance SPOA BC member. http://www.fleetwoodporkells.com/ http://www.bcepilepsy.co m/programs_and_service s/Scholarships.aspx - 19 -

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