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Financial Aid - External Awards

The Council of Forest Industries is very pleased to once again offer ten $1000.00 scholarships to deserving 2016 graduating high school students enrolling in one of the 10 BC interior post-secondary institutions for September 2016. These scholarships are open to students enrolling in technical trades, business, or science programs.

$1 000.00

In 2014 the Early Childhood Educators of BC received funding from the Ministry of Children and Family Development to establish a bursary fund for students enrolled in early childhood educational programs.

Envision Financial offers 11, $2,000 education awards for outstanding community involvement for students who demonstrate outstanding school and community involvement. In recognition of Envision Financial's commitment to supporting our local food banks, we are pleased to provide 2-$2,500 education awards to secondary and post-secondary students who volunteer with their local food bank. All Program details can be found on the community section of Envisions website. 

A bursary covering room, board and tuition to enable students who have completed at least Grade 11 to enrol in five-week immersion course in French. The Destination Clic Program is for Grade 8 & 9 Francophone students who may apply to the three-week Destination Clic Program (as defined under Section 23 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms).

The Bulkley Valley Research Centre - Irving Fox Memorial Scholarship for Natural Resources Research and Management is awarded to a student from northwestern BC or a student enrolled in or entering studies in natural resources research and/or management in northwestern BC. The value of the award is $750 - $1,000. Deadline is May 31. For more information, contact

The Isabel Loucks Foster Public Health Bursary fund has been set up to provide bursary funding for public health post-graduate studies. The funds are managed by the Vancouver Foundation and the Bursary funds will be released to a successful applicant(s) annually on the recommendation of the Health Officers’ Council.  The Health Officers’ Council is comprised of the Medical Health Officers and public health physicians of British Columbia. helps its users succeed in the workforce by offering an annual college scholarship to benefit working parents in Canada who are pursuing post-secondary education.

At Know It All Learning we're passionate about education and the power it has to have a real impact on society. We've experienced first hand how education can improve lives but we also know that a decent education can cost a lot of money. This is why we decided to offer an annual $500 scholarship to assist students who are studying digital media or marketing related courses

August 31

The Lotus Light Charity Society’s annual scholarship program has recognized some of our brightest and most community-conscious students since 1993. The scholarship recipients had been achieved excellency in academic performance and at the same time actively involved in community volunteer programs in local, national, or international level. Every year, hundreds of bright students across Canada apply to this prestige charity scholarship.


The LOUD Foundation invests in future leaders of the Canadian LGBTQ community. We believe that by supporting the development of students who possess drive, vision, compassion and knowledge, we can improve society and increase awareness of our diverse community. LOUD stands for Leadership, Opportunity, Unity and Diversity. The LOUD Foundation is an initiative of LOUD Business (aka the Gay & Lesbian Business Association of BC).

$2 000.00
January 31st