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KHALSA CREDIT UNION

KHALSA CREDIT UNION OUTSTANDING SCHOOL AND SIKH RELIGIOUS ACHIEVEMENT AND BURSARY BCRPVPA SCHOLARSHIPS/BURSARIES AYN RAND INSTITUTE ATLAS SHRUGGED AWARDS FOUNDATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF ABORIGINAL YOUTH (FAAY) SCHOLARSHIP AND BURSARY BC LUNG ASSOCATION BURSARY UNIVERSIADE ’83 SCHOLARSHIP COMPETITION AES ENGINEERS SCHOLARSHIP UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM (5) $1,500 (5) $1,500 (3) $1,200 (5) $1,000 graduates and (2) for First Nations students. Academic Scholarships Religious Scholarships Sports Scholarships Bursaries (4) $500 Must be planning to continue their education in some manner of a post-secondary setting. Applicants who are pursuing education in technical and career fields are encouraged to apply. Evaluation is based on academic achievement and demonstrated leadership activities both within the school and community. (1) $10,000, (3) $2,000, (5) $1,000, (20) $100 and (20) $50 (Several) $750 bursaries for students pursuing a high school diploma (Several) $2,500 for students pursuing a post-secondary education (30 ) $2,000; 60% are for athletics, 25% are for fine arts; 25% are for entrance students, transfer students, continuing U of A undergraduates High school students entering college in the fall of 2008 are eligible. Essay must be no fewer than 800 and no more than 1,600 words in length. Essay topics are provided on the website (provided). Canadian residents, of First Nation (Status or Non-Status), Métis and Inuit heritage and attending either high school or a post-secondary institute full-time within Canada. There are no age restrictions. The selection committee is looking for: demonstrated financial need, academic and career commitment, contributions to family and community and leadership and role model qualities. For students in financial need. Students eligible for this bursary must be enrolled in the General Nursing Diploma or Degree Program. Students must be in full-time attendance at the University of Alberta as of September, have demonstrated excellence in athletics or fine arts, be pursuing excellence in athletics or fine arts during the current academic year, and have superior academic achievement. Recipients are selected in the fall by nomination by the Athletics Office and by the Departments of Art and Design, Drama, and Music. No application is required. $500 Awarded on the basis of character, as determined by the essays that are submitted. Essay topics can be found on the website. Cover tuition and Awarded to a student who demonstrate superior academic incidental fees for performance, original and creative thought, and exceptional four years, provide achievement in a broad context. The National Scholar will be residence support in one who not only excels in academic pursuits but also has an first year, and will enthusiasm for intellectual exploration and an involvement in include an additional, the life of their school and community. renewable, monetary September www.khalsacreditunion.c a 2008-09-12 See Ms. Domingo 2008-09-17 http://www.aynrand.org/s ite/PageServer?pagename =education_contests_atla s October http://www.ccab.com/faa y/faay-apply.php 2009-10-01 (for fall semester) October 1 st annually www.douglascollege.ca/c alendar/geninfo/gburs.ht ml October http://www.aesengineers.co m/scholarships.htm 2008-10-10 http://www.adm.utoronto .ca/awd/natschps.htm - 32 -

award. National Book Awards National Book Award Must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, intending to begin university study in September 2009. It is not necessary that the student intend to apply for admission to the University of Toronto. Arbor Scholarships (11) $5,000 in the first year, renewable at $1,500 for the second, third and fourth years Will be the remaining eleven finalists identified for the University of Toronto National Scholars. UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA BURSARIES LORAN AWARDS Various (up to 30) $16,000 per year, renewable for up to 4 years of study; funding for experiential learning in the summer of up to $7,500 over 3 years; mentorship Bursaries are non-repayable awards based on financial need and reasonable academic standing. These awards are for students who are receiving the maximum student loans available for their period of study and are Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada. International students should visit the International Student Resources page. Only one application is necessary to be considered for all bursaries that are administered by Student Awards and Financial Aid. Generally, a student who has completed a General Bursary Application form will be considered for all applicable awards. For those exceptional bursaries requiring separate application, forms are available directly from the appropriate Athletic Coach, Faculty, School or Department. Are only available for use for undergraduate study at particular universities. Must be in the graduating year of uninterrupted full-time studies in high school, present a minimum cumulative average of 85% and hold Canadian citizenship or residency status. Character, service and leadership are the selection criteria for Loran Awards Loran scholars are people of strong moral character who have demonstrated academic excellence and potential as leaders. They are curious by nature, interested in a wide range of subjects and willing to take meaningful risks. They prioritize results over appearances and value integrity and honesty. Though they study diverse subjects, and go on to work in a variety of fields, they share a common commitment to their university and larger communities. October (for Winter session beginning January) 2 different deadlines in October (sponsored applications and for direct pool applicants) http://registrar.uvic.ca/saf a/bursaries/bursaryinform ation.html www.loranaward.ca Loran Finalist Award (up to 42) $3,000 Offered to all finalists who attend national selections but are not selected as Loran scholars. Tenable at any accredited public university in Canada. - 33 -

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