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Posted: October 27, 2020

If you are interested in a virtual visit to STFX, see the attachment (Document) for further information. 

If you are interested in admissions requirements:

To apply:

Scholarship deadline; To be considered for all major scholarships applications must be submitted by March 1, 2021. 

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See poster document to register for an UPEI Virtual INFO Session.

The next sessions are on November 4th at 6pm and December 5th at 10 AM & 6 PMIf interested, make sure to register.

Questions? Email us at APPLY@UPEI.CA

The poster will be posted on the Guidance Center bulletin board.

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If you have questions regarding Bishops University, contact:

See informational poster for the quick links at the bottom of the poster document.

The poster is also posted on the bulletin board outside of the Guidance Center.

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This is a reminder:

NBCC virtual Open House is being held this Thursday, October 29th  – we encourage interested students to participate.  Labour Market information tells us that in the next 8 years, 32% of all jobs available in New Brunswick will require a college education.  Registration can happen here:    

For further Labour Market Information, click here:

UNB is offering one-on-one student meetings with a recruiter to answer any questions you may have about UNB on October 20th. This invitation is open to students in grade 11 and 12. 

Book prior to the 20th of October.

Here is the link for students to book meetings with Shoba, UNB Recruiter: 

She is available for a 15 minute meeting. 

A UNB poster is posted outside of the Guidance Center inviting interested students to book a meeting. Don't miss this important opportunity!

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NBCC is holding a Virtual Open House on Thursday, October 29th. 
The event will be a mix of live and recorded sessions that will run throughout the day and into the evening so students will have multiple opportunities to see what NBCC is all about. Students will be able to explore our campuses virtually, meet the faculty and staff, learn about programs, career opportunities, and ask questions.
Everyone who registers and attends will be entered into a draw to win a $1000 NBCC tuition credit or an Apple Watch. 
Here is the link to register for the Open House on Thursday October 29th -
If you have any questions regarding this event, contact the guidance counselor ( or 684-7500).

Bursary Value: $1,000.00 

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS: 1. Students must be graduates of High School for the current year of application. 2. Students must, in the fall, attend a university, community college or any approved institute of learning full time. The program must be at least one year in duration. 3. Preference will be given to applicants planning to study computer science, programming, graphic design, or animation. 4. The bursaries will be based on academic performance, financial need, contribution to school and community and involvement in extra-curricular activities. 5. Students must provide proof of enrollment to their selected post-secondary institute.

This application and attachments must be provided by June 12th, 2020, to the office and attention of: Ms. Colleen Harquail, Guidance Counsellor Dalhousie Regional High School. Applications can be emailed to or mailed to Colleen Harquail, Dalhousie Regional High School, 500 canada Games Drive, Dalhousie, NB, E8C 2P5

Application deadline: June 5, 2020

This scholarship will be awarded to one student who is accepted in Business at the post-secondary level.

Scholarship Value: $500

Please submit your application and the required documents (listed on application form, see attachment) to the Port of Dalhousie. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, documents for this year must be submitted via email (

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Posted: May 26, 2020


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

A well-deserving student

4th or 5th inline academically and financial need

Value: $200

Due to COVID-19 no application will be required. The DRHS Scholarship Committee will select the recipient based on the criteria listed above.

Posted: May 26, 2020


The graduate must be attending college to further their studies in an education program; a suitable candidate will be selected if no student meets the criteria. 

Value: $100

Due to COVID-19 no application will be required. The recipient will be selected by the DRHS Scholarship Committee based on the criteria.



NBCC Scholarships, Bursaries and Awards
The Marlaine Roberts Memorial Scholarship
New Boots: Progressing Women in Trades Scholarship
Nicholas Guitard Technology Bursary