ISFELD FINANCIAL AID & LCOAL AWARDS BOOKLET
Awards Booklet 2017.pdf
Application Form Group 1.pdf
Bursary 1 Checklist.pdf
Application Form Group 2.pdf
COAST CAPITAL SAVINGS
Coast Capital Savings is an award of $2,500 for students who are standing tall in the face of adversity (poverty, health, family issues, personal loss, youth in government care, etc). You must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident who is graduating in June 2017 and attending an accredited Canadian post-secondary institution. Application details can be found at: coastcapitalsavings.com/awards
BCIT ENTRANCE AWARDS
Are you thinking about attending BCIT next year? If so, the BCIT Entrance Awards are now open. For more information and application, go to bcit.ca/finaid/awards/entranceawards.shtml
B. DAVIS SCHOLARSHIP - $1,000
For more information on this scholarship go to: http://www.studentawardsearch.com
PENINSULA CO-OP SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS
Peninsula Co-op will be awarding $15,000 in scholarships to graduating high school students. Students are encouraged to apply directly to the University of Victoria or Camosun College for award opportunities. There are also two Peninsula Co-op Educational Scholarships available for students wishing to attend a post-secondary institution off of Vancouver Island.
Application information and award requirements can be found by visiting our website http://www.peninsulaco-op.com and clicking on the Co-op Student Awards Program page which is located under the Community tab. Here you will find further information on our awards, as well as links to the University of Victoria and Camosun College pages.
UFCW & OFG JOINT DIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP
Save On-Foods has partnered with UFCW Local 1518 to offer up to ten scholarships valued at $1,000 each to individuals who have played a significant role in diversity initiatives in their school and/or community.
The online application for this scholarship is available on our Diversity Scholarship page at www.owfg.com/diversity.
Applications must be received by May 1, 2017.
POST SECONDARY FINANCIAL AID
Grants, bursaries and scholarships are wonderful resources to help you finance your post-secondary education because they provide money that does not need to be paid back.
Scholarships are usually awarded based on merit rather than financial need.
Grants and bursaries are usually awarded based on:
- financial need
- academic achievement
- athletic skill
- special abilities that may also be considered
Every post-secondary institution has a financial aid office providing access to their bursary and scholarship programs as well as government and private organization programs.
Loans are given to students proving financial need with repayment beginning after leaving post-secondary education. The criteria vary from year to year so it is important to revisit the website each year.
Website for full information regarding loans www.aved.gov.bc.ca/studentaidbc
FINANCIAL AND WEBSITES
Some helpful websites are:
GOVERNOR-GENERAL’S BRONZE ACADEMIC METAL
Commencing in 1984, a Bronze Academic Medal, authorized by the Governor-General, will be awarded to the student with the highest academic standing from Mark R. Isfeld Secondary School’s graduating class.
DISTRICT AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS
District Scholarships are awarded to graduating students who have excelled in fields other than academics. students must fill out an application form available in Student Services which is due by June 1st. Students who are awarded a district scholarship receive a $500 cheque and a $500 voucher that can be redeemed upon registration at a post-secondary institution.
SECONDARY SCHOOL APPRENTICESHIP SCHOLARSHIPS MAXIMUM $1,000
Students registered for the secondary school apprenticeship program may submit an application for this scholarship within one year of graduation. For complete eligibility requirement see www.bced.gov.bc.ca/careers/ssa/application