Ms. C. Harquail

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There is no application.

Recipient is selected by the DRHS Scholarship Committee based on the following criteria:

~Love of drama/theatre arts 

~Strong English student

Scholarship value: $200.00

Posted: May 12, 2020

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

            Must be attending an accredited University

           Financial need, scholastic achievement, community & school involvement

Scholarship Value: To be determined

Deadline: May 31, 2020 - mail your application to Ms. C. Harquail, Dalhousie Regional High School, 500 Canada Games Dr., Dalhousie, NB E8C2P5

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Review criteria and stipulations outlined on application (see attachment)

Selection is based on the following criteria: family income, academic scores, school activities, community activities, hobbies and sports

Attach a scholarship resume and current high school transcript to application

This is a $1000.00 bursary for ONE year. The cheque will be issued after the Rotary Club of Dalhousie receives   PROOF OF ATTENDANCE  and  CONFIRMATION OF PAYMENT of second semester.

Application to be mailed to the Rotary Club of Dalhousie (see attached application for mailing address)

Deadline: On or before May 31st, 2020

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This scholarship recognizes students who have demonstrated strong academic ability, leadership potential, volunteer work, extra-curricular activities, work experience and good citizenship.

Review requirements outlined on the application.

Value: $1000.00

Two reference letters and a 500 word essay required

Application and supporting documents should be mailed to the Scholarship Committee at Oulton College (see address on form).

Deadline: June 1,2020

The NB Proud Award

ONB will present 12 awards of $1,000 each to New Brunswick students entering their first year of post-secondary education in the province.

To apply, students must answer the following questions in a 150-200-word essay:

How are you remaining focused on your career goals throughout the COVID-19 pandemic? How are you supporting your community currently?

Link to the application form (to be completed online).

Applications will be accepted until end of day on May 25th, 2020.

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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.

French Second Language bursaries for French Second Language learners who intend to continue their post-secondary learning in French. 

A total of 850 non-renewable bursaries, worth $3,000 each, will be awarded yearly between 2020 and 2023. 

Due to the covid-19 restrictions, the process of applying for the Dalhousie Youngtimers bursary is on the Rod Harquail Memorial website. Applicants can input information and attach/copy and paste their application and essay on the website. 

The application criteria and information is on our website.
Value: $500
Deadline: May 31, 2020 
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Must be a graduating student and resident of Eel River Crossing continuing their post-secondary education in the fall.

Must receive the application form before May 15th

Value: $250

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Mail application and supporting documents to this address, not the address on the application:

Aline Letourneau, 235 Centennial Hgts., Dalhousie, NB, E8C 1K5

Submit no later than October 31, 2020 (date revised due to COVID-19)

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Opportunities NB- The NB Proud Award
NB Aboriginal Peoples Council Local 18, 2020
The Dalhousie Youngtimers Bursary
The Eel River Crossing Fire Department Scholarship