The Indigenous scholarship program is designed to provide assistance with the financial needs of Metis, Inuit and First Nations high school graduates entering their first year at a public university, community college or institute of technology. Each scholarship is valued at $1,000.
The applicant must be a recognized Metis, Inuit or First Nations living in one of our operating communities who is planning to become a full-time student at a technical institute, community college or accredited public university, following high school graduation.
Deferment of one academic year is permitted where the applicant is participating in a recognized Grade 12 student exchange program.
Completed application forms and full transcript of marks from previous year of study completed, plus interim transcripts for the current year should itemized, scanned and attached to the application form. Application must be accompanied by a brief description of your reason for seeking higher education and the course of study you have chosen; your involvement in school sports, and community activities and leadership.
Applications must be submitted on or before May 16, 2022.
A committee made up of company representatives selects the successful applicants. Announcement of winners will be made by telephone to your high school counselling office.