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Bill 7 Award
$3,500.00
Who Can Apply The Bill 7 Award is a scholarship for individuals with demonstrated financial need after accessing available public financial supports. To be eligible to receive a Bill 7 Award scholarship, individuals must also meet ALL of the following three criteria: A) You are attending or accepted by a Post-Secondary Educational Institution in the Province of Ontario B) You are pursuing your FIRST post-secondary program of study C) You identify as lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender, two-spirited or queer (LGBTQ) How to Apply The 2022-23 Bill 7 Award application will be available in May 2022. Please check back at that...
Deadline
Aug 05, 2022
Ontario CU Succeed Youth Bursary
$3,000.00
The Foundation provides funding for the CU Succeed Youth Bursary program open to resident Ontario post-secondary students in need of financial assistance for academic, technological, or vocational training. The bursary will be awarded based primarily on two criteria – demonstrated financial need, and community involvement. When reviewing the application, we also consider: A) Applicants (or their parent) must belong to a credit union which is a member of Ontario Credit Union Foundation (listing here). To receive an award the award recipient must have a credit union account. B) Youth is defined as age 25 by June 30, of the application...
Deadline
Jun 30, 2022
James Bartleman Indigenous Youth Creative Writing Awards
$2,500.00
This award recognizes up to six Indigenous students for their creative writing talent. Each recipient receives a $2,500 award. Who is eligible You must: A) Submit a creative writing piece that is completely original (a short story, poem, essay, play or song) B) Be 18 years old or younger C) Self-identify as an Indigenous person D) Attend a school in Ontario E) Be a resident of Ontario How to apply You need to submit a form with your information that includes: A) Your original creative writing piece B) A brief description of the writing piece and what inspired you C)...
Deadline
May 31, 2022
Nicole LeClair Welding Bursary Award
$2,000.00
The Nicole LeClair Welding Bursary Award was created to support Welding students who are pursuing Welding at the post-secondary education level at a publicly funded institution within Ontario. Applicants must be residents of Ontario and may be entering into any year of program study in order to be eligible to apply. There will be four bursaries granted in 2022 in the amount of $2,000 each and will be paid directly to the post-secondary institution of which the applicant is registered to offset student tuition and fees. This award is supported by LeClair's personal funds and other charitable donations. Contributions from...
Deadline
Jun 30, 2022
OTIP Bursary Program
$1,500.00
To support our members of the Ontario education community, we are proud to offer 20 student bursaries to members and their families. If you are an OTIP member, you and your family members who will be attending school during the 2022-23 academic year may be eligible for a $1,500 bursary from OTIP. Eligibility To be eligible for the bursary, the student must meet the following criteria at the time of selection: A) You or your relative must be insured through an individual or group policy of an insurance plan or program offered by OTIP. B) The student must be a...
Deadline
Jun 15, 2022
O.A.S.A. SCHOLARSHIP
$1,000.00
The Ontario Amateur Softball Association has a scholarship program rewarding the scholastic and academic excellence of players at the Midget and Junior level enrolled in either a community college or university. It is funded by a plan that accepts donations and receives significant proceeds from the Jack Cook Classic held each July. Eligibility is limited to players who have played at either the Midget or Junior OASA level in the year in which the scholarship is to be awarded.
Deadline
Sep 15, 2022
David Davis Memorial Award
$1,000.00
David Davis came to Hamilton in 1984 as a talented organist and choir director leading several choral groups in Hamilton and Burlington, including the Hamilton Children's Choir, Canadian Orpheus Male Choir, Ars Antiqua and the choirs of Christ's Church Cathedral and St. Luke's Anglican Church. Mr. Davis was passionate about promoting the value of music in our lives and encouraging the development of musical talent. The David Davis Memorial Fund provides bursaries to students with serious financial need who are enrolled in a music program at a college, university or institution in Canada, the United States or abroad and have...
Deadline
Oct 01, 2022
St. Clair Region Conservation Foundation Scholarships
$1,000.00
The St. Clair Region Conservation Authority offers scholarships for graduating high school students who are continuing in post secondary studies in a conservation field (biology, ecology, geography, forestry, fish and wildlife etc.). Applicants must be from one of the schools within the jurisdiction of the SCRCA or live within the SCRCA region. Deadline for application is May 31. 1) A.W. Campbell Memorial Scholarship This award is presented in memory of Archibald Campbell. Mr. Campbell was born in 1888 and lived in a house that has been preserved as the Campbell House Museum at the A.W. Campbell Conservation Area in the...
Deadline
May 31, 2022
KSA Scholarship Program
$1,000.00
Candidates must be residents of the the local area now defined as the Cities of Kitchener and Waterloo and the Townships of Wellesley, Wilmot and Woolwich and be registered as students of secondary school in the current (2021/22) school year. Scholarships are intended for students in their graduating year but consideration is also given to those who have undertaken an "extra" year of high-school education. In addition, a successful candidate has to submit a fully completed application as per details on the Application webpage. Eligibility criteria include: A) Display a demonstrated financial need. B) Display a commitment to academics during...
Deadline
Jun 30, 2022
Geritol Follies Bursary Fund
$500.00
Geritol Follies are musical revues given by a group of energetic, talented Hamilton-area seniors who perform regularly in Canada and the United States, attracting sell-out crowds everywhere. To preserve their spirit in the community and to encourage young local talent, "Geritol Follies" members established a bursary fund using the proceeds from these shows. Eligibility Performing arts bursaries are available to talented and promising students: A) I have need for financial assistance; B) I am enrolled as a full-time student; C) I have successfully completed high school requirements at a publicly-funded secondary school in the Cities of Hamilton or Burlington, Ontario;...
Deadline
Oct 01, 2022
United Trinbago West Indian Association Scholarship Program
$500.00
The United Trinbago West Indian Association Scholarship Program is for any high school student with at least one parent who identifies as Caribbean, and who is choosing to pursue post-secondary education at a college or university in Canada. The purpose behind this program is to support an underrepresented community and inspire Caribbean-Canadian youth to pursue further education. Oftentimes, many youths belonging to minority groups and growing up in low-income families choose paths outside of post-secondary education to support themselves and their families. This scholarship will encourage community members to continue to work hard, and will help offer an opportunity to...
Deadline
Dec 15, 2022
Stuck at Prom Scholarship
$10,000.00
We’re giving away $20,000 in cash scholarships to high school students who make the best prom attire out of Duck Brand duct tape. So, stock up on your favorite colors and prints now to create something that will wow our judges! STEP #1 - CREATE Create and wear your original promwear using Duck Brand duct tape and/or Duck Brand crafting tape. Remember to take a high resolution pic of the big moment! See official rules for details. STEP #2 - SUBMIT Fill out the entry form where you’ll upload at least one pic of yourself in your Duck promwear and...
Deadline
Jun 08, 2022
How to Become an Accountant or Auditor
EXPECTED WAGE:
$59,430.00
Exam Scores
Unemployment: 2.2%
Education: Bachelor's degree
How to Become a Producer or Director
EXPECTED WAGE:
$64,430.00
Directors and producers are responsible for ensuring a project stays on budget and on schedule. The majorities have a bachelor's degree and have finished numerous years of work experience in...
Exam Scores
Unemployment: 4.2%
Education: Bachelor's or higher degree, plus work experience
How to Become an Actuary
EXPECTED WAGE:
$84,810.00
In order to become certified professionals, Actuaries require a bachelor's degree and have to pass numerous exams. Bachelor's degrees are typically taken in actuarial science, mathematics, statistics or some form...
Exam Scores
Unemployment: 1.1%
Education: Bachelor's or higher degree, plus work experience
How to Become an Advertising, Promotions, or Marketing Manager
EXPECTED WAGE:
$105,960.00
Typically, these managers bring previous work experience to the table including: sales, advertising, promotions or marketing. For most of these promotions, advertising and related marketed management positions, a bachelor's degree...
Exam Scores
Unemployment: 3.1%
Education: Bachelor's or higher degree, plus work experience
How to Become and Aerospace Engineer
EXPECTED WAGE:
$101,000.00
Aerospace engineers use the principles of calculus, trigonometry, and other advanced topics in mathematics for analysis, design, and troubleshooting in their work. Aerospace engineers must have a bachelor’s degree in...
Exam Scores
Unemployment: 1.5%
Education: Bachelor's degree
How to Become an Agricultural Engineer
EXPECTED WAGE:
$76,000.00
Exam Scores
Unemployment: 3%
Education: Bachelor's degree
How to Become an Airline or Commercial Pilot
EXPECTED WAGE:
$111,680.00
The majority of airline pilots start their career flying commercially. A high school diploma or equivalent is required. Most pilots need a bachelor's degree. The FAA or Federal Aviation Administration...
Exam Scores
Unemployment: 2%
Education: Bachelor's degree
How to Become an Anthropologist or Archaeologist
EXPECTED WAGE:
$57,000.00
Commonly, archaeologists and anthropologists live in the community they are studying. A PhD or a master's degree is required in archaeology or anthropology; however, bachelor degree holders may obtain employment...
Exam Scores
Unemployment: 3.7%
Education: Master's degree
How to Become an Architect
EXPECTED WAGE:
$70,320.00
Typically, there are 3 specific steps in order to become a licensed architect including: finishing a professional degree in architecture, working under a paid internship to gain relevant experience and...
Exam Scores
Unemployment: 1.5%
Education: Bachelor's degree
How to Become a Curator
EXPECTED WAGE:
$45,020.00
It is common for curators to specialize in one particular time period. The majority of curator, archivist or conservator positions require a minimum of a master's degree that is related...
Exam Scores
Unemployment: 3.2%
Education: Master's degree
How to Become an Art Director
EXPECTED WAGE:
$78,000.00
Numerous art directors initiate their career as photographers, graphic designers and fine artists. They may have previous work experience as editors or experience in design occupation prior to becoming art...
Exam Scores
Unemployment: 4.1%
Education: Bachelor's or higher degree, plus work experience
How to Become an Atmospheric Scientist
EXPECTED WAGE:
$81,290.00
Atmospheric scientists are responsible for issuing severe weather warnings. They typically have a bachelor's degree in meteorology or a similarly related field in earth sciences. Those interested in research positions...
Exam Scores
Unemployment: 1.4%
Education: Bachelor's degree
How to Become an Audiologist
EXPECTED WAGE:
$62,030.00
Audiologists work with patients on a regular basis to check their hearing and balance. They may continue with the current treatment plan or make appropriate changes. Audiologists require a doctoral...
Exam Scores
Unemployment: 0.4%
Education: First professional degree
How to Become an Editor
EXPECTED WAGE:
$53,070.00
Typically, a college degree is required for a person to be an editor. A bachelor's degree in English, journalism or communications is common. An editor must additionally be computer literate.
Exam Scores
Unemployment: 4.4%
Education: Bachelor's degree
How to Become a Biochemist or Biophysicist
EXPECTED WAGE:
$88,000.00
In order to work in development and research positions, biophysicists and biochemists are required to hold a Ph.D. The majority of Ph.D. holders initiate their careers in temporary postdoctoral research...
Exam Scores
Unemployment: 3%
Education: Doctoral degree
How to Become a Biomedical Engineer
EXPECTED WAGE:
$85,000.00
Biomedical engineers commonly work in quality assurance or in research and development modes. Typically, these engineers require a bachelor's degree from an accredited program in biomedical engineering in order to...
Exam Scores
Unemployment: 2.8%
Education: Bachelor's degree
How to Become a Chemical Engineer
EXPECTED WAGE:
$91,000.00
A bachelor's degree in chemical engineering is required for one to become a chemical engineer. Ideally, education is supplemented with practical experience. Numerous facilities offer cooperative engineering programs where students...
Exam Scores
Unemployment: 2.8%
Education: Bachelor's degree
How to Become a Chemist
EXPECTED WAGE:
$80,230.00
The majority of materials scientists and chemists work in laboratory settings. These careers require a minimum of a bachelor's degree in chemistry or a related subject. Those wishing to pursue...
Exam Scores
Unemployment: 2.4%
Education: Bachelor's degree
How to Become a Chiropractor
EXPECTED WAGE:
$66,490.00
Those who wish to become a chiropractor need to earn their D.C. degree or Doctor of Chiropractic designation. Licensing needs to be obtained prior to working on people. Most chiropractors...
Exam Scores
Unemployment: 0.3%
Education: First professional degree
How to Become a Civil Engineer
EXPECTED WAGE:
$79,000.00
In order to become a civil engineer, a bachelor's degree is required in civil engineering or one of its related specialties. For senior positions, a graduate degree and licensure is...
Exam Scores
Unemployment: 1%
Education: Bachelor's degree