Whether you are considering an apprenticeship, a certificate, a diploma or a degree program, post-secondary education costs money and you need to be prepared for the expense. Scholarships can be a great way to help finance the expense. It's important to note that scholarships are typically based on conditional acceptance from a post-secondary institution, as scholarships are meant to help pay for school. You do not have to be fully accepted into a program at the time you apply for scholarships, but you do not get the money until you actually attend school.
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MyBlueprint Scholarships - Log into your MyBlueprint account. From the "Home" page, click "Tasks" > "Scholarships" > "Enter Draw". Check the draw dates and eligibility requirements. Draw dates differ for each award. When you are ready to apply, be sure to complete the google form and then click "Confirm Entry" to submit.
- The Canadian Mathematical Society STEM Scholarships
- STEM Scholarship by Scotiabank
- Financial Wellness Scholarship by Scotiabank
- myBlueprint $1000 Bankroll Contest
Rotary Career Opportunity Fund Award - Please email completed application to Ms. Halter (email@example.com) by 4:30 pm on Monday April 26 for consideration. Information about the award can be found here. The application can be accessed here.
The Rotary Club of Sylvan Lake 4 Way Test Scholarship - Applicants must be from Sylvan Lake, Bentley or Eckville. The deadline to apply is May 1.
Canadian Scholarship Trust Foundation & myBlueprint - Applicants must demonstrate financial need. The deadline to apply is May 7.
Central Alberta Vintage Auto Club Bob & Jean Spencer Scholarship - Please email your completed application to Ms. Halter (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 4:30 pm on Wednesday June 23 (last day of class) so it can be submitted prior to the June 30 deadline. Click here for more information on this scholarship.
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Post-Secondary Entrance Awards
For students planning to attend post-secondary programs in fall 2021, entrance awards are available through the institution you will be attending. Entrance awards can be a great source of money to pay for school. Some scholarships demand applications others do not! Some schools have scholarship application deadlines before admission deadlines! Application requirements and deadlines vary by school, so check with your institution directly for more information.