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Posted: May 11, 2021

The NB Society of Retired Teachers is offering a scholarship.

Criteria:

1) Interested in pursuing Education, as a career choice (if applicable)

2) A well-deserving student planning to attend university

3) 4th or 5th in line academically 

3) Financial Need

Value: $200

No application required

Recipient is selected by the DRHS Scholarship Committee.

If you are looking for a job after graduating, here is an opportunity: 

 

Huestis Insurance Group has a job opening for a Personal Lines Account Manager.  This is a full-time position.

The job posting is on the bulletin outside the Guidance Center. 

Candidates must be bilingual. The employer will cover all training costs for this position. 

If interested, see Mrs. C. Harquail for more information.

 

A Free Virtual Mental Health Literacy session on Monday, May 17th from 6-7:30 PM is being offered.

 

This is open to all concerned citizens.

 

All one has to do is click the link below to sign-up. 

Link: https://forms.office.com/r/Bfj0ZDnhsg

Review application criteria (see attachment)

Applicant's guardian must be a member of the NB Aboriginals Peoples Council Local 18.

Attach transcript to application

Value: $100

Submit application to the guidance counselor on or before May 31st.

Posted: May 11, 2021

This is a reminder to potential Grads:

Deadlines for local scholarships are fast approaching. You should regularly check the scholarship table in the Guidance Center or the DRHS website for scholarship applications and information. Make sure you are checking deadlines, so you don't miss out.

If you have any concerns, contact Mrs. C. Harquail ~ EST-Guidance.

Review the criteria outlined on the scholarship application before applying.

Value: $300

The scholarship will be disbursed upon receipt of proof of registration at a post-secondary institute.

Attach a current high school transcript and scholarship resume to your application.

Deadline: May 25, 2021~ submit application to the guidance counselor

Recipient is selected by the DRHS Scholarship Committee.

No application required

Criteria: Attending a business program; consideration given to academic record, financial need & extra-curricular involvement

Value: $500

Recipient is selected by the DRHS Scholarship Committee.

Review the criteria outlined on the scholarship application.

Attach a scholarship resume, letter of consideration and a current transcript to application.

Criteria: Place of residence~prioroity given to a graduating student from Lorne

           Financial need, scholastic achievement, community & school involvement

Scholarship Value: $500.00

Deadline: May 24, 2021 - submit application to the guidance counselor~ C. Harquail

Recipient is selected by the DRHS Scholarship Committee.

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Posted: May 10, 2021

The Board of Directors of the Port of Dalhousie Inc. is pleased to be offering a five-hundred-dollar ($500) scholarship to one of the graduating students from Dalhousie Regional High School.

Deadline for the Applications: June 07,2021

The Scholarship will be awarded to one student attending a Post-Secondary Institution and continuing their education in Business.

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The Council of the Village of Eel River Dundee has four $250 scholarships to offer to 12th grade students from Eel River Dundee continuing their postsecondary education this fall. The draw will be done during the first regular meeting in June. 

All personal information will be kept confidential. Any incomplete form will be rejected. Only one form by student is allowed. We must receive this form before May 15th

 

Application is attached

Submission deadline: May 31st

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The council of the Village of Charlo offers two $300 scholarships to grade 12 students from the Village of Charlo who will be continuing their post-secondary education this fall. The draw will be done at council’s special meeting in June. All personal information will be kept confidential. Any incomplete form will be rejected. Only one form per student will be accepted. The properly completed form must be received prior to the 2nd Friday of the month of May.

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Mail application to:

Dalhousie Lions Club, 410A Adelaide St., Dalhousie, NB, E8C 1A7, C/O Mr. Kevin Lavigne

or submit to Guidance Counselor, C. Harquail by May 31st

Application submission date: June 1st, 2021 

Review the criteria outlined on the application.

Attach transcript.

Scholarship resume is optional.

Value: $500.00

Welcome To Our Page

 

McKenzie College would like the opportunity to speak to your grade-12 and 11 classes about our Art and Design Programs.  We are happy to do an in-class presentation, virtual presentation or one-on-one presentation. 

  

My name is Abraham, a current student at McKenzie and I would like to share my experiences. I would like to set an appointment to present our art and Design Programs to your students. If you could complete the form below I will contact you to set up a meeting:

 

MCKENZIE - BOOK A PRESENTATION

 

 

  

Here is a list of the programs we offer: 

 

-Visual Arts Foundation 

-Graphic Design 

-Photography Media Arts 

-Video Game Art 

-TV & Game Animation 

  

Feel free to contact me or the school: 

Telephone: 506-384-6460 / 855-888-6053

Deadline Extension: due by end of day on May 31st

NB Proud Award 2021

NB Proud Award Application
Opportunities NB (ONB) is committed to creating opportunities to help talented people stay in New Brunswick. This award is focused on helping New Brunswick students live and work in the province.

To apply, you must complete the survey (see: https://onbcanada.ca/nb-proud-awards/) and submit a short video that answers this question:

The year is 2041 and you’re living your best life in New Brunswick.  What is your future career and how you are contributing to the success and economic growth of the province?

The award is open to Canadians and newcomers to Canada who have completed high school in New Brunswick during the 2020-21 academic year and have been accepted into any post-secondary program offered in the province.

All video submissions must:
  • accompany a completed application form.
  • be received electronically before 11:59 pm on Sunday, May 16, 2021 (Deadline Extension: due by end of day on May 31st)
  • strictly follow these guidelines
  • be accessible and shareable through a url or web link.  (uploading your video to YouTube, Google Drive, or other platform will create the required url.)

ONB will present 12 awards valued at $1,000.  A committee will review all video submissions. Awards are not renewable or transferable. 
 
For more information about the NB Proud Awards, please contact award@onbcanada.ca.
 
 
Good Luck.

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