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.
Deadlines are just around the corner!
Red Deer & District Labour Council Essay Contest - Essay submission deadline is October 31
Schulich Leader Scholarship (Nomination required) - To be considered as Notre Dame's Schulich Leader nominee, a completed application needs to be submitted to Ms. Halter by January 4, with an interview with Mrs. McQuay to follow.
Check out the Scholarships, Awards & Bursaries list to find more!
Scholarships, Awards & Bursaries List
Use this list to get started on your search for scholarships, awards & bursaries. Use the PDF zoom button to make information easier to read. Refer to the links provided on this sheet to verify the criteria and application information for each award.
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Post-Secondary Entrance Awards
For students planning to attend post-secondary programs in the fall, entrance awards are available through the institution you will be attending. Entrance awards can be a great source of money to pay for school. Check with your institution directly for information as deadlines and application processes vary by school. Good luck!