Scholarships and bursaries can help finance your education costs.
The following scholarships may have criteria to be/or have been a student within the Golden Hills School Division.
www.kneehillcounty.com (eligible applicants must be a rural resident of Kneehill County and must be enrolling in their first year of studies at a recognized post-secondary institution)
Post Secondary Institutions Scholarships This page provides links to awards and scholarships which are available at Alberta's Post-Secondary institutions. These awards and scholarships are in addition to ones provided by the Alberta government through the Heritage Scholarship Fund and other organizations.
MADD Canada Bursary: MADD Canada’s Bursary Program is open to Canadian citizens who have themselves been severely injured or who have had a parent (or legal guardian) or sibling killed or severely injured as a result of an impaired driving crash and who are enrolled in a full-time, ministry-approved, post-secondary educational program. Injuries must be catastrophic or severe and have had a significant impact on the applicants’ lives. Proof of injury and relation to impaired driving will be required.
Kin Canada Bursaries: Kin Canada Bursaries, a program of the Hal Rogers Endowment Fund (HREF), awarded 52 deserving students with a $1,000 bursary for their 2017-18 school year. Successful applicants were chosen based on their community and school involvement, knowledge of Kin Canada and financial need.
The John Hasselfield Endowment Foundation: A non-profit society created to provide supports to young people who display a wanting desire for personal development and learning through education, sports, music and physical activity, who might otherwise not fulfil that desire because life has put obstacles in their path in ways beyond their control.
Student Scholarships: The largest scholarship database on the web.
Terry Fox Humanitarian Award: Terry Fox Humanitarian Award recipients are selected for their dedication to the humanitarian ideals of Terry Fox, their courage in overcoming obstacles, and definite marks of distinction and persistence in the pursuit of excellence in academic, athletic, and civic life. The maximum value of the award is $28,000 dispersed over four years. A stipend of $7,000 is issued directly to the institution each year in two instalments of $3,500, one in September and one in January.
4-H Scholarships and Grants: Includes the Elmer and Ona Hansen Memorial Fund Scholarship, 4-H Alberta Scholarship, the Nuffield Canada Farming Scholarship, Excellence Award for Ag Students, Monsanto Canada, Keith Gilmore Scholarship, OYF Memorial Scholarship, Tronia Post-Secondary Scholarships, Altalink, Canadian Natural Resources Limited, Excellence in Ag Program Scholarship, Stacey Levitt Award, CABEF Scholarships, Growing Alberta Scholarship, etc.
Future Aces Foundation: The Herbert H. Carnegie Future Aces Foundation's National Citizenship Award and Scholarship Program provide merit-based scholarships to secondary students across Canada who exhibit exemplary citizenship qualities in their communities through extensive community service, volunteerism and humanitarian causes. The National Citizenship Award and Scholarship Program are open to every graduating high school or CEGEP student from coast-to-coast-to-coast. This non-renewable scholarship is valued at $1000 and tenable at any post-secondary institution.
Canadian Engineering Memorial Foundation (CEMF): Offer scholarships in engineering to young women who demonstrate exceptional leadership and are volunteers in their communities.
Masonic Higher Education Bursaries: This bursary is available to CANADIAN CITIZENS, residing in the Province of Alberta and Northwest Territories. It is intended to assist students whose parents (or family) are in financial need and unable to finance post-secondary education in the Province of Alberta or the Northwest Territories for a minimum two-year program.
Scouts Canada Scholarship: The Scouts Canada Scholarship Program provides financial support to members of Scouts Canada entering or continuing in full-time studies at Canadian universities or colleges. All recipients are motivated youth whom, with the help of their Scouting experiences, have demonstrated outstanding leadership qualities and a desire to create a better world. Scouts Canada is pleased to award scholarships of up to $5,000 each.
Schulich Leader Scholarships: Graduating students planning to study one of the STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) at designated universities are eligible to become Schulich Leaders. The four-year Schulich Leader Scholarships are valued at $60,000. Twenty Canadian and five Israeli* recipients will be chosen to study one of the STEM subjects in their respective countries. The student will need to nominated by the school. Check eligibility.
The Arthur Paulin Automotive Aftermarket Scholarship Award: Deadline Nov 30 of each year - Applicants must be enrolled in an automotive aftermarket industry related program or curriculum at a Canadian college or university. This includes students pursuing their studies as an automotive apprentice. It also includes studies in any of the following automotive sectors: auto body, hard parts, heavy duty, or motive power (machinists).
The Dalton Camp Award: The Dalton Camp Award will go to the winner or winners of an essay competition on the link between democracy and the media in Canada.
Horatio Alger Association of Canada: Scholarships of up to $10,000 are awarded to full-time students in their terminal year of high school with financial need (family income under $65,000) who have demonstrated integrity and perseverance in overcoming adversity, a commitment to pursue a post-secondary education, a desire to contribute to society, and a good academic record.