Local Scholarships and Bursaries March 2014 - Application Deadline: March 31st No exceptions

 
Local Scholarships and
        Bursaries
       March 2014

Application Deadline: March 31st
         No exceptions

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Page

Important Scholarship Dates                            3

Directions                                             4,5

Scholarships and Bursaries                            6-28

Scholarships/Bursaries Requiring Separate or online    29
Applications.

Index by Number                                       30-32

Other Scholarship Links                                33

Application Form                                      34,35

Marks Collection Form                                  36

Extra Question sheet                                   37

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Important Scholarship Dates
  Letter sent to donor organizations       January 22, 2013
  verifying information.
  Letter & information returned to us by   February 11, 2014
  organization.
  Information Assembly for grade 12’s      February 28, 2014
  Scholarship books available online or    February 28, 2013
  hard copy
  Completed application forms with         March 31, 2014
  attachments due in the Counselling       NO LATE APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED!
  Office
  Application forms picked up by the       April 7,8,9, 2014
  organizations
  Results sent to us from organizations    May 9, 2014
  Scholarship/Bursary Awards Ceremony      June 11, 2014

                IMPORTANT INFORMATION

PLEASE NOTE:
Applicants are urged to submit NEAT and CAREFULLY COMPLETED application
forms.
Deadline to submit completed applications to the Counseling
              Office is Monday March 31, 2014.

A RESUME, MARKS COLLECTION FORM, COPY OF YOUR
TRANSCRIPT, AND PERSONAL LETTER MUST BE INCLUDED WITH
EACH APPLICATION FORM. Emphasize past achievements and future
plans.

An Award Ceremony will be held in the ADSS Auditorium on a date and time to be
announced. All recipients will be notified and will be expected to attend.

If you receive an award, please be sure to write a thank you letter as most of
these organizations are volunteer, and their members put in a lot of time and
effort in order to provide these funds. Contact information will be provided when
you receive your award.

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1.   What do I do first?

     Read the List of Scholarships and Bursaries and select those for which you are
     qualified. NOTE: You must state how or why you are qualified in the last
     paragraph on the second page of the Scholarship Application.

2.   Does the Scholarship Require a Specific Application?

     Check to see if the Scholarship or Bursary requires a specific application. If it
     does, the name of the scholarship will be preceded by an S. These are kept in a
     file located in the Counselling Office. Yours will not be considered if it is not done
     on the right form. For all others, just fill out the application form that is included in
     this package. Note: some have different deadlines and you may have to mail it in
     yourself.

3.   What do I need to send with my application form?

     Complete the application forms, attach a RESUME, PERSONAL LETTER ,
     MARKS COLLECTION FORM, and a PHOTOCOPY OF YOUR TRANSCRIPT.
     Several applications require additional information and references. A sample of
     the personal letter is available in the Counselling Office. If the requirements of
     the bursary/scholarship specifies a handwritten letter, make sure it is written, not
     printer or typed. Also, please be sure to sign your letter.
                          *****Do not use long paper!!

4.   Do I have to write out a separate application form for each scholarship?

     No. Complete your application form, leaving out the first questions, which is the
     name of the scholarship and the number, and the last question, which is how do
     you qualify. You may copy this application as many times as you need to, and
     then fill in the scholarship names, numbers, and reasons you qualify on the
     copies.

     BE SURE TO PUT THE NAME OF THE SCHOLARSHIP OR BURSARY and its
     number on the application form.

5.   Are my documents in the correct order?

     Put the completed application form at the front and staple everything together.
     Do not put in an envelope or duotang.

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6.      Keeping Track

        If you wish to keep track of the scholarships you are applying for, use the indexes
        at the back of this package.

7.      What do I do with my applications after I have completed them?

        Return the completed application forms in numerical order, by scholarship
        number, to Mrs. Sexton in the Counseling Office by March 31st, 2014.
        No late forms will be accepted.

NOTE:
“Scholarships” are not restricted to the “A” students...a good C+ average will be
considered. Also, most awards are given to students proceeding to ANY post-
secondary institution, which includes university, regional college, BCIT, nursing school
and vocational institutions. Furthermore, a considerable amount of money is available
in the form of bursaries that depend more on financial need or volunteer work, rather
than on high marks.

The write-ups below the names of the scholarships are the qualifications that the
scholarships or bursaries are based on. For example:

    your field of study or the courses you are currently in,
    the organization your parents belong to,
    the organization you belong to, or need. (Be sure to check to see if the scholarship
     is based on need. even if you don’t have the other qualifications, they may still
     consider you if you show sufficient need.)
    If there are specific requirements and you do not qualify, please do not apply as your
     application may be sorted before they are given to the committee that chooses the
     winners.

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ALBERNI DISTRICT SECONDARY
    SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIPS AND
       BURSARIES FOR 2014

  SCHOLARSHIPS FOR WHICH YOU MUST
 BE ENROLLED IN 4 ACADEMIC COURSES:

1. CAROLYN LEE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP – Minimum of $500
   Awarded to a student going to a University starting within eight months of
   graduation. Based on marks, future plans and financial need. Must have a “B”
   average.

2. ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION, Alberni Valley Branch 293 MEMORIAL
   Scholarships – 2 @ $750
   There will be two $750 Scholarship Awards.        Applicants must be a daughter/son or
   granddaughter/grandson of a Somass Branch 169 member in good standing.
   This is a onetime application and will be awarded in the applicants’ high school
   graduating year. The applicant must be enrolled in a post-secondary institution to be
   eligible for the award. This award is presented at the Legion’s award ceremony
   which takes place in October.

3. CHINESE CANADIAN SOCIETY SCHOLARSHIP - $500
   Awarded to a member of the local Chinese community. Award based on academic
   marks.
4. HOWARD MCLEAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP - $500 Awarded to a student
   proceeding to post-secondary education within seven months after graduation. Must
   have outstanding scholastic achievement and be involved in school and community
   activities. ***Please note that this scholarship is not offered this year. ***

5. BC PRINCIPALS’ & VICE-PRINCIPALS’ ASSOCIATION REGIONAL
   SCHOLARSHIPS FOR NON MEMBERS AND FIRST NATION STUDENTS.
   Awarded to a student who graduates from the BC public school system and
   proceeds to a post-secondary institution. Applicants will be judged on academic
   excellence and demonstrated leadership within the school and community.
   (Separate application you must mail it yourself). You can apply for this first
   week of March by going to their website www.bcpvpa.bc.ca.

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6. BC PRINCIPALS’ & VICE-PRINCIPALS’ ASSOCIATION REGIONAL
   SCHOLARSHIPS FOR MEMBERS - up to 10 @ $500
   Awarded to a student who graduates from the BC public school system and
   proceeds to a post-secondary institution and whose parents are members of
   BCPVPA. Applicants will be judged on academic excellence and demonstrated
   leadership within the school and community.
      (Separate application you must mail it yourself.)See #5 for website address.

7. NORTH ISLAND COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL BURSARY - $1,000
   Awarded to a grade 12 graduate who will be attending North Island College on a
   full time basis in the following year. Students will be evaluated partially on the basis
   of need and must have a minimum C+ average.

8. “IN MEMORY OF BRIAN ANTHONY” 1 @ $500
   Preference to candidates choosing Physiotherapy, or a medical related field, grades,
   volunteerism and financial need will be taken into consideration.
   VAST Eligible.

9. ILONA MAJERCSIK BURSARY FOR TOP ACADEMIC STANDING 1 @ $1000
   To be given to a student achieving the highest standing over-all in academic Grade
   12 courses. Student must show acceptance to a university or college of their choice
   for the September 2014 semester, and provides the appropriate enrolment
   documentation in said institution.   Application Not Required.

         SCHOLARSHIPS AND BURSARIES
            WITH SPECIFIC CRITERIA:

             YOUR PARENT/GUARDIAN MUST
             BELONG TO THE ORGANIZATION
                  GIVING THE AWARD

10. BETA SIGMA PHI – “BETA RHO MASTER SORORITY CHAPTER BURSARY - $300
   Applicants must be related to an active Beta Sigma Phi member. Any student at
   ADSS planning to continue their education within (1) year, at a post-secondary
   institution or certified trades program, can apply. Proof of registration is required at
   a post-secondary institution or trades program is required. Financial need as well as
   scholastic standing will be considered.

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11.   BETA SIGMA PHI - PRECEPTOR GAMMA BETA CHAPTER BURSARY
      – 2 @ $250
      Awarded to family member of an active member of Beta Sigma Phi. Must attend
      a post-secondary institution within eight months of graduation. Financial need as
      well as scholastic standing will be considered. Must include name of family
      member.

      We would expect that the candidate would have done some service or volunteer
      work in the community.
      VAST eligible.

12.   BETA SIGMA PHI PRECEPTOR XI BURSARY - 2 @ $300
      Awarded to a son, daughter, or grandchild of an active member of Beta Sigma
      Phi. Must attend a post-secondary institution within eight months of graduation.
      Financial need as well as scholastic standing will be considered.

13.   S EFMABC       BURSARY – 4 @ $1000
      Educational Facility Managers Association of British Columbia is pleased to
      again offer (4) $1000 bursaries to graduates of the 2013/14 school year. Our
      association is comprised of administrative and management personnel of school
      districts who are responsible for construction, maintenance and custodial
      services, etc.
      These bursaries are offered to secondary students completing their grade 12
      year who will enter a recognized post-secondary educational institution in the
      year 2014/15 term. Bursaries will be awarded on the basis of academic
      achievement and/or special needs.
      Preference will be given to students entering the fields of engineering,
      architecture, or building technology. Should there not be suitable applications
      received in these fields, students in other courses of study will be considered,
      however, all applications MUST be dependents of school district employees
      in the school plant area (i.e. Maintenance or Custodial).

14.   ORDER OF EASTERN STAR BURSARY - $500
      Awarded to a student who has Masonic affiliation or relationship (Job’s
      Daughters, Masons, Order of Eastern Star).               Proof of post-secondary
      registration is required. Financial need will also be considered.

15.   ALBERNI DISTRICT COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION BURSARIES
      1@ $1,000 (Bursary in Memory of Mr. Harold E. Turner); 1@ $800; 1@ $500
      A scholarship award open to members, members’ children or grandchildren.
      Applicant must indicate the qualifying member’s name and member’s number on
      the application page #33. Must be registered at ADSS in grade 12, planning to
      attend any post-secondary institution starting within fifteen months of
      graduation. Academic achievement, school and community involvement and
      need will be considered. Write a brief essay (75 words+) on “What is a

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Cooperative Association.” (You must write the essay to be considered.) All
      applicants will receive a $10 gift card for the Beaver Creek CO-OP location.

16.   S   ALBERNI VALLEY CATHOLIC WOMEN’S LEAGUE BURSARY $500
      Awarded to a student (one boy or girl) who, immediately following graduation, is
      enrolled in full-time studies at any post-secondary institution. Must be a CWL
      member, be related to a CWL member, or a parishioner at Holy Family/Notre
      Dame Catholic Church. Church involvement, scholastic Achievement & financial
      need considered.      VAST Eligible.

17.   ALBERNI DISTRICT TEACHERS’ UNION BURSARIES 2@$500
      Award to be made to graduates who are students planning post-secondary
      education. This award will be made on the basis of financial need, but marks,
      school and community involvement, will also be considered. Preference will be
      given to sons and daughters of ADTU members. (See also ADTU Scholarships
      #17)

18.   ALBERNI DISTRICT TEACHERS’ UNION SCHOLARSHIPS 5@$700
      Awarded to students proceeding to post secondary education in this academic
      year, following graduation. PREFERENCE GIVEN TO DEPENDENTS OF ADTU
      MEMBERS. Marks and financial need considered. (see also ADTU Bursaries -
      #16).

19.   PORT ALBERNI AND DISTRICT LABOUR COUNCIL “WALTER BEHN
      MEMORIAL BURSARY “ - $500
      (Union)
      Awarded to a student at Alberni District Secondary School who will be registered
      in any post-secondary educational institute within eight months of graduation.
      Applicant must be a MEMBER OF OR LEGAL DEPENDENT OF a member of
      ANY union affiliated with the Port Alberni and District Labour Council (Must note
      which union on application). The following will be considered: marks, marks
      pertaining to a chosen field, plans for the future, financial need. Must write a
      paragraph on what you think a Union is. If a paragraph is not included,
      application will be discarded.         Please list union applicant or legal
      dependent is affiliated with.

20.   ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS SCHOOL DISTRICT 70 PRINCIPALS AND
      VICE-PRINCIPALS SCHOLARSHIPS – 2@$500
      Awarded to a student proceeding to a post-secondary institution within eighteen
      months of graduation. Marks, school and community involvement and need will
      be considered. Preference will be given to a dependent of an Administrative
      Officer who meets the above criteria but is open to all students.

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21.   UNIFOR LOCAL #592_JACK BREUKER MEMORIAL BURSARY” - $1000
      Awarded to a member or a legal dependent of a member of Local #592. Student
      must be proceeding to any post-secondary institution. Please include a letter
      which should have a “theme” of how has your parent having a union job affected
      your family. Academic standing and personal resume will be considered.

22.   UNIFOR LOCAL #592 DAVID FRASER MEMORIAL BURSARY” - $1000
      Awarded to a member or a legal dependent of a member of Local #592. Student
      must be proceeding to any post-secondary institution. Please include a letter
      which should have a “theme” of how has your parent having a union job affected
      your family. Academic standing and personal resume will be considered.

23.   UNIFOR LOCAL #592 “DARYL DEROOY MEMORIAL BURSARY” – $1000
      Awarded to a member or a legal dependent of a member of Local #592. Student
      must be proceeding to any post-secondary institution. Please include a letter
      which should have a “theme” of how has your parent having a union job affected
      your family. Academic standing and personal resume will be considered.

24.   CANADIAN UNION OF PUBLIC EMPLOYEES LOCAL #727 BURSARIES
      (SCHOOL DISTRICT #70 EMPLOYEES) 3@$1,000
      (CUPE #727)
      Must be a dependent of, or a member of in good standing, Local #727,
      proceeding to any post-secondary institution in the following year. Financial
      need and marks will be considered.

25.   A.    CANADIAN UNION OF PUBLIC EMPLOYEES LOCAL #118 BURSARY
            (CITY OF PORT ALBERNI & PARKS & RECREATION EMPLOYEES) -
            $1000        (CUPE #118)
            Must be a dependent of, or a member of, Local 118, proceeding to any
            post-secondary institution starting within 15 months of graduation.
            Financial need and marks will be considered.
            VAST eligible.

      B.    CANADIAN UNION OF PUBLIC EMPLOYEES LOCAL ##118 “IN
            MEMORY OF MONA COLCLOUGH” 1 @ $1000
            The student must be a dependent, or a member of Local #118.
            Proceeding to any post-secondary institution. Starting within 15 months of
            graduation. Financial need. Marks will be considered. Volunteering is an
            asset.
            VAST eligible.

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26.   ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION, Alberni Valley Branch 293 MEMORIAL
      Bursaries - 4 @ $500
      “HOWE MEMORIAL BURSARY” - 3 @ $500
      “LOIS TASSIE MEMORIAL BURSARY” - 1 @ $500
      Awarded to a son/daughter or grandson/daughter of a member of Branch 169
      who is proceeding to a post-secondary institution. The applicant must be
      enrolled in a post-secondary institution to be eligible for the award. This Award is
      presented at the Legions award ceremony which takes place in October.
      VAST Eligible.

27.   ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION Alberni Valley Branch 293 LADIES AUXILIARY
      BURSARY - $500
      Awarded to a student who has a connection to the Royal Canadian Legion
      Branch #293, eg. family member. Student must be proceeding to a post-
      secondary institution in September 2014.
      VAST Eligible.

28.   KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS, ALBERNI VALLEY COUNCIL #3435 BURSARIES
      2 @$500      (Knights of Columbus)
      Awarded to a student enrolled in a full-year program at any British Columbian
      post-secondary institution. Award based on satisfactory achievement and
      financial need. Preference could be given to dependents of Council #3435
      members. Recipient must enroll within 14 months of graduation from high
      school. Bursary will be paid after proof of enrollment.

29.   KIWANIS CLUB BURSARY - $500 (Kiwanis)
      Candidates must register and attend any post-secondary institution within fifteen
      months of graduation. Marks and financial need will be considered. Students
      must have done volunteer work for Kiwanis.   VAST Eligible.

30.   S   CATALYST PAPER SCHOLARSHIPS – 3 @ $1000
      Applicants must be planning to become a full-time student at a technical institute,
      community college or accredited public university, following high school
      graduation and receipt of the award. Deferment of one academic year is
      permitted where the applicant is participating in a recognized Grade 12 student
      exchange program. Catalyst Paper Port Alberni Division applicants who qualify
      are ADSS students and Vancouver Island high school students who are
      dependants of a current Catalyst Paper Port Alberni Division employee.
      Applicants must be graduating in 2014.

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31.      s VICTORIA DIOCESAN CATHOLIC WOMEN’S LEAGUE BURSARY $500
             “IN MEMORY OF FREDA SMITH”

         This bursary will be awarded annually to a graduating student within the Victoria
         Diocese. This bursary will be awarded to a student proceeding to a form of
         advanced training in one of the following University Regional College, Technical
         School, University Transfer Program, Vocational Program or Registered School
         of Nursing or Medical Services. The bursary will be awarded to children or
         grandchildren of members of the Catholic Church in the Diocese of Victoria. The
         award will be based upon, Financial need, Academic Performance, Community
         and Church involvement.

              SPECIFIC ADSS PROGRAMS:
32.   PORTAL PLAYERS PERFORMING ARTS BURSARY $500
           (Theatre)
      Must be a “performing arts” student, (in or out of school). Candidate must be
      planning to attend a post-secondary institution of a full-time basis with intent to
      pursue performing arts (either performance or production). Scholastic
      achievement will be considered. Preference given to students who are, or have
      been involved with, Portal Players Dramatic Society productions or child and
      youth programs. Give details of Alberni Valley performing arts involvement.
      VAST Eligible.

33.      PORT ALBERNI ORCHESTRA & CHORUS SOCIETY BURSARY – 1 @ $500
         (Music)
         Bursary is limited to students who are entering a post-secondary music program
         by the fall of 2014. Proof of acceptance to institution is required.
34. A.   S    CANADIAN PARENTS FOR FRENCH BURSARY – $500 (Immersion)
         Awarded to a graduating student of the French Immersion Program whose
         family has been member of Canadian Parents for French for at least three years
         prior to graduation. Applicant must: have intention of attending a post-secondary
         Institution within 2 school years, provide proof of academic achievement, a
         minimum of 5 hours volunteering which directly promotes the French language.
         Students must also provide a brief written description explaining how French
         Immersion has benefitted you in the past and how you hope to see it benefit you
         in the future. Consideration will be given to families who have actively
         participated in the CPF organization and its activities throughout the years in
         French Immersion. Financial need will be considered. Funds will be advanced
         upon proof of tuition registration, providing it’s within the 2 year limit.
         VAST Eligible.

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34 B.   s CANADIAN PARENTS FOR FRENCH SCHOLARSHIP - $1000
               (Immersion)
        Awarded to a graduating student of the French Immersion Program whose family
        has been an active member of the Canadian Parents for French for at least 3
        years prior to graduation. Applicants must: have intention of attending a post-
        secondary institution within 2 school years, provide proof of academic
        achievement, a minimum of 5 hours volunteer hours which directly promotes the
        French language. Student must provide a brief written description explaining
        how French Immersion has benefitted you in the4 past and how you hope to see
        it benefit you in the future. Consideration will be gi8ven to families who have
        actively participated in the CPF organization and its activities throughout their
        years in French Immersion. Funds will be advanced upon proof of tuition
        registration, providing it’s within the 2 year limit.
        VAST Eligible.

35.     COMMUNITY ARTS COUNCIL BURSARY - $200 (Arts)Award based on
        performance and achievement of the individual in the arts, past and present,
        academic achievement and financial need. MUST BE IN SOME AREA OF THE
        ARTS, i.e. drama, music, visual arts, creative writing. Must attend a post-
        secondary institution starting within eight months of graduation.
        VAST Eligible.

36.     GLENN WONG MEMORIAL FUND BURSARY 1 @ $500
        This bursary will be awarded to a SD#70 student who has demonstrated
        commitment to community involvement and has financial need. The recipient will
        also be chosen based on academic achievement particularly Sustainable
        Resources. The student must also plan to attend a post-secondary institution
        within fifteen months of graduation.

        Glenn Wong was a School Trustee in SD#70 from 1999 until his untimely
        passing in September of 2012. Glen worked tirelessly to improve educational
        opportunities for Alberni students and was passionate about sustainable
        resource based courses. His dedication and commitment to our community set a
        high standard for students to aspire to.

37.     “STANLEY GRAVES MEMORIAL BURSARY” - $1,000
        (Drama)
        Awarded to a graduate of ADSS and is to assist a student registered at a post-
        secondary educational institution in a first year program in the field of acting. It
        will be awarded to the most outstanding senior acting student as selected by a
        committee from School District 70 (Alberni). The criteria used by the selection
        committee will include grade point average in senior acting courses, performance
        work, reliability, and dedication of the candidate.

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38.   MAURICE JONES MUSIC AWARD - $500
       (Music)
      Awarded to a student who has made a contribution towards excellence in music
      during his/her high school years. Recipient must be entering a post-secondary
      institution. Payment will be made upon presentation of proof of tuition.
      Preference will be given to a student who has a financial need. The award will
      not be given if there is not an appropriate candidate.

39.   HARRIS & COMPANY LLP Law 12 SCHOLARSHIP 1 @ $200
      (Law)
      The scholarship is available to a Law 11 or 12 student who excels in this course
      of study. If the school district does not offer a Law course, an alternate course
      may be selected by the school district.
      VAST eligible.

  ENTERING A SPECIFIC AREA OF STUDY:

40.   WEST COAST GENERAL HOSPITAL AUXILIARY BURSARY 2 @ $2000
       (Health Care)
      One Bursary for Candy Stripers in the health care field. Second Bursary to any
      student going in to the health care field, beginning within fifteen months of high
      school graduation. (Award $1000 in September and $1000 in January.)
      Scholastic achievement and need will be considered.

41.   ALBERNI DISTRICT RETIRED TEACHERS ASSOCIATION BURSARY - $500
       (Education)
      Awarded to a student entering a post-secondary institution within eighteen
      months of graduation. Must be pursuing a course of education leading to a
      qualified teacher’s certificate. Financial need, marks, school and/or community
      involvement will be considered.

42.   BOUTIQUE BELLES AMIES BURSARY 1 @ $300 (Textiles)
      Any student continuing on in the fashion, or designer related industry. Based on
      need, merit and future enrollment in post-secondary education. Used within 12
      months of graduation.

43.   DR. BRENT MANSON – FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC BURSARY - $250 (Health
      Field)
      Awarded to a student entering any post-secondary institution starting within
      fifteen months of Graduation. Student must demonstrate a good work ethic,
      have a financial need and be going into the field of health sciences. Involvement
      in the Community will also be taken into consideration.
      VAST eligible.

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44.   S B.C. ASSOCIATION OF HEALTH-CARE AUXILIARIES - $1000.00
      This Association offers an annual scholarship/Bursary to assist a deserving
      student entering post-secondary education at a recognized institution in a human
      Health-related field. It is open to all students meeting these qualifications:

            residency in the Province of British Columbia
            volunteer service to an accredited health-related facility (minimum 100
             hours) Career prep DOES NOT count as volunteer hours.
            Intention to enroll in further education as above
            A grade point average of 3.0 or higher
            Need for financial assistance

A BCAHA Board representative will contact the successful candidate. Funds will be
forwarded on receipt of proof of eligible registration.

45.   S ALBERNI FARMER’S INSTITUTE – BURSARY 1 @ $250
      This bursary will be awarded to a graduate of ADSS (VAST included) who: will be
      proceeding to a recognized program in Agriculture, including certificate diploma
      courses in various Farming and Agriculture disciplines focusing on food
      production for commercial purposes. Proof enrollment must be submitted prior to
      bursary being awarded.

      Eligibility Criteria:
      Previous involvement or experience in Agriculture. Demonstrated need. Student
      can demonstrate that program will lead to employment.

      Suggested Courses, Programs that may fit the bursary.
      Olds College, Alberta – Agriculture Programs
      University of the Fraser Valley - Dept. of Agriculture/Horticulture
      UBC Dept. of Plant Science
      Vancouver Island University – Horticulture Dept. (prefer students with a focus on
      food production).
      Kwantlen Polytechnic University – Institute for Sustainable Horticulture.
      Gaia Colege – Diploma in Organic land Care
      Permaculutre Institute of BC (Kootenays)
      Kwantlen – Bachelor Applied Science in Sustainable Agriculture.

46.   “NATASHA RAI MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP” - $500
      Awarded to a grade 12 graduate entering a program at a post-secondary school
      in the areas of film and television, directing or scriptwriting. Should have taken
      ABC News and one or more related courses such as directing/scriptwriting 12,
      Acting 12, Video Production 12, and Media 12.

      This scholarship was created in memory of ADSS graduate, Natasha Rai. It is
      given to a student that possesses the same combined talents she showed in her

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Acting, Directing, Media and Broadcast Media classes that she took at ADSS. It
      is also hoped that the student will pursue post-secondary education in film and
      television, in acting or production as Natasha was doing when her life was
      tragically cut short in 1999. Natasha was a strong, creative and unique young
      woman whom the ADSS Visual & Performing Arts Department is honoured to
      recognize through this scholarship

47.   ALBERNI VALLEY ENHANCEMENT SOCIETY BURSARY 1@ - $500
      (A local organization, affiliated with some other like-minded provincial
      organization, that work towards improving our environment.) This bursary will be
      awarded to a graduating student who plans to enter an
      environmental/conservation program at a post-secondary institution. A student
      will be chosen on the basis of need and scholastic standings. Documentation
      shown in volunteering in conservation activities will be a benefit.
      VAST Eligible.

48.   BARRY GUS CRISIS RESPONSE MEMORIAL FUND BURSARY - $250
       (Counselling, Social Work, Health Field)
      This bursary will be awarded to an individual who wishes to pursue a career in a
      field that helps others, beginning at a post-secondary institution within fifteen
      months of graduation.

      This bursary is in memory of the late Barry Gus, who was a volunteer board of
      director that helped establish the Kuu-Is Crisis Line Society. This bursary is for
      any individual who is entering into a career in the helping provision to better
      others’ lives.    VAST Eligible.

49.   PARKSVILLE QUILT HOUSE QUILTERS’ GUILD BURSARY 2 @ $750

      Awarded to a student who will have either graduated from a school in central
      Vancouver Island (SD#68, SD#69, SD#70 Alberni or SD#71), or is a member,
      child or grandchild of a member in good standing in the Society. The bursary is
      to fund post-secondary education at an accredited institution. Preference will be
      given to students pursuing a degree in textile arts, fashion design or graphic
      design; as well as students who have demonstrated a strong interest/personal
      portfolio in quilting, quilting history, or textile arts, or who are or will be attending
      post-secondary education in Canada.

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BELONGING TO OR VOLUNTEERING
              WITH AN ORGANIZATION:

50.   S    FIR PARK VILLAGE AWARD FOR COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERING - $500
      (Volunteering)
      Awarded annually to a grade 12 student, this award recognizes a student for
      his/her outstanding service in the community as a volunteer and will be
      proceeding to a post-secondary institution within twelve months of graduation.
      Volunteer time share with the senior community, or volunteering with groups
      such as special needs, hospital and/or care homes will be more strongly
      considered. A separate application form will need to be completed (available
      from the Counseling Office) containing the following information:
                 Highlight your volunteer involvement
                 Describe why you believe volunteering is important
                 Explain what you personally gain from volunteering and what you
                    perceive the recipient gains.
                 Two references, representing two different sources

      Proof of registration will be required for the recipient of the bursary.
      VAST eligible.

51.   ALBERNI VALLEY MUSICAL THEATRE SOCIETY AWARD - $500
      (Musical Theatre)
      Awarded to a student who may have been involved with Theatre music in Port
      Alberni or an ADSS musical production. Student must be continuing in any post-
      secondary institution, starting within the next school year. (Proof of registration is
      required). Academic achievement and financial need will be considered.
      VAST eligible.

52.   GYRO CLUB OF THE ALBERNIS BURSARY - 2 @ $750
       “The Wilf Souther Memorial”
      The Gyro Club of the Albernis is pleased to offer two $500.00 bursaries to worthy
      students based on not only academic achievement but also financial need.
      These bursaries are available to any students entering post-secondary schooling,
      university or college, vocational, technical and such. Receipt of the monies will
      be contingent upon proof of acceptance to an accredited post-secondary
      institution in British Columbia.

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53.   ALBERNI VALLEY UNITED CHURCH ANNUAL ADSS BURSARY – 1 @ $500
      This bursary shall be awarded to a graduating ADSS or VAST student who has:
       shown by way of a reference letter that the student has been regular in school
         attendance and maintained a positive attitude toward his/her studies while at
         ADSS;
       shown by way of reference letter that the applicant is involved in community
         service, preferably by involvement through place a worship;
       plans to continue his/her education in an accredited post-secondary institution
         in the same year in which the funds are released;
       shown a need of financial support to continue his/her educational goals.

      The choice of recipients shall be made by the AVUC Mission and Service
      Committee. Awards will be announced at the ADSS graduation, but will be
      issued only upon proof of registration at an approved post-secondary educational
      institution. All awards must be claimed within 24 months of graduation from
      ADSS. VAST Eligible.

54.   PAT AND JOHN SQUIRE MEMORIAL BURSARY 1 @ $500
      To be awarded to grade a 12 student entering post-secondary education within
      eight months of graduation. Proof of enrolment will be required to claim the
      funds. The recipient would have displayed an interest in social activism in
      school, the community, or both. Participation in such activities as leadership
      class, mentoring and tutoring other students, seniors assistance, volunteering in
      the mental health field and environmental protection would be examples but this
      is by no means an exhaustive list. Yet also take the time to look beyond these
      activities to something broader. How were the benefits of health and education
      achieved? How are the rights of seniors achieved and where do the laws that
      protect our environment come from? Academic achievement would also be
      considered but would not be a top criteria.

      Students applying are required to write an essay of 200 words or more on what
      social activism means to them.

55.   SCOTT FRASER, MLA SOCIAL JUSTICE SCHOLARSHIP
      1@$500 ADSS and 1@$500 VAST
      Must have a good record of achievement and outstanding involvement in
      community activities and/or social justice issues. One scholarship per school
      maybe split making 2 @ $250 with consideration given to gender parity. Financial
      need also considered. VAST Eligible

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SPORTS/ATHLETICS:
56.   ALBERNI ATHLETIC JUNIOR BADMINTON CLUB “BILL KHOO MEMORIAL
      SCHOLARSHIP” - $500 (Badminton)
      Recipient must attend a university or college starting within eight months of
      graduation. Preference will be given to a student who has participated in the
      junior badminton program at the Alberni Athletic Hall.        Describe your
      involvement with badminton.
      VAST eligible.

57.   ALBERNI VALLEY YOUTH SOCCER ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP 2 @$500
      (Soccer)
      Applicant must have played with a team affiliated with A.V.Y.S.A. and be
      currently involved in some capacity in soccer. Must be proceeding to a post-
      secondary institution within fifteen months of graduation and have at least a C+
      average. Applications must be complete, including references. Describe your
      participation with AVYSA (team last played with, coaching, refereeing, etc.).

58.   ALBERNI VALLEY YOUTH SOCCER ASSOCIATION, “CARL BUITENHUIS
      MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP” $500
       (Soccer)
      Applicant must have played with a team affiliated with A.V.Y.S.A. and be
      currently involved in some capacity in soccer. Must be proceeding to a post-
      secondary institution within fifteen months of graduation and have at least a C+
      average. Applications must be complete, including references. Describe your
      participation with AVYSA (team last played with, coaching, refereeing, etc.

59.   ALBERNI VALLEY YOUTH SOCCER ASSOCIATION BURSARY 2 @ $500
      (Soccer)
      Applicant must have played with a team affiliated with A.V.Y.S.A. and be
      currently involved in some capacity in soccer. Must be proceeding to a post-
      secondary institution within fifteen months of graduation and have at least a C+
      average. Applications must be complete, including references. Describe your
      participation with AVYSA (team last played with, coaching, refereeing, etc.).

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60.   S   ALBERNI VALLEY MINOR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIPS
           2 @$500
      Awarded to a student graduating from ADSS who plans to continue his or her
      Education at a post-secondary institution. Must have a C+ average in the five
      best subjects. No marks less than a C. Must demonstrate good citizenship,
      character and sportsmanship. Must be involved with the AVMHA in some
      capacity (e.g. player, coach or official). (Separate Application)
       VAST Eligible.

61.   ALBERNI DISTRICT HOCKEY CANADA SKILLS ACADEMY SCHOLARSHIP
      1@$500
      This scholarship is awarded to a student who has been enrolled in the Alberni
      District Hockey Canada Skills Academy during the past three years and
      plans(within 8 months) to continue his or her education at a post-secondary
      institution. The student must have a C+ average in the five best subjects with no
      marks less than C.         Must demonstrate good citizenship, character and
      sportsmanship. The applicant must be involved in the sport of ice hockey in the
      last year as a player, a coach, or an official.

62.   S    VANCOUVER ISLAND AMATEUR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION- VIAHA
      Scholarships will be awarded to VIAHA registered members who apply and who
      best combine the qualifications described on the separate application form. The
      officers will determine the number and the amount of the scholarships each year.
      VIAHA wants to give recognition to their members who develop their academic
      career aspirations, at the same time nourishing their interest in hockey. All
      scholarship candidates must be current registered members of VIAHA or former
      members playing in the Western Hockey League who are in their graduating year
      at the high school. (Separate Application and you must mail it in.) Deadline
      is April 15, 2014.

63.   S     BC AMATEUR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION BURSARY 2@$500
      Awarded to a student from Vancouver Island who is currently a BCA.H.A.
      registered member or former member, playing in the Western Hockey League
      and is in their graduating year of high school or have already graduated from
      high school at the time of the application. (Separate Application and you must
      mail it in.)You can download this application on their website
      www.bchockey.net Deadline is April 15th, 2014.

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64.   S       BC SOCCER ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP
      The British Columbia Soccer Association is proud to award scholarships every
      year to young adults involved in the game and proceeding on to post-secondary
      education.
      The scholarships are awarded at a special Scholarship Luncheon at the British
      Columbia Soccer Association’s Annual General Meeting held in June each year.
      All applications must be sent directly to your Youth District Chair, who will sign
      and forward the application to the British Columbia Soccer Association Office.
      The deadline for application is March 31st
      http://www.bcsoccer.net/bcsa/

65.   ALBERNI VALLEY MINOR LACROSSE ASSOCIATION BURSARY 1 @ $500
      Awarded to a student graduating from ADSS who plans to continue his or her
      Education at a post-secondary institution within fifteen months of graduation.
      Must have a C+ average in his or her five best grade 12 classes with no marks
      less than a C and must submit transcripts and interim grades. Must demonstrate
      good citizenship, character, and sportsmanship. Must be involved with the
      AVMLA in some capacity (ex. Player, coach, official or regular volunteer). A
      candidate with significant involvement with the sport of lacrosse may be given
      preference. Applicants must submit both a resume and formal letter which
      includes their post-secondary plans and their past involvement in lacrosse.
      Bursary money will be given to the successful applicant upon proof of enrollment.

66.   BC SUMMER GAMES - PORT ALBERNI SCHOLARSHIP 3 @ $500
             (Volunteering)
      Awarded to a Port Alberni students who have demonstrated the spirit of the BC
      Summer Games by participating in sports at a very high level and had competed
      in the BC Summer Games. Student must also be involved in community and
      school volunteering in sports activities. Must be planning post-secondary
      education within the year following grad. Must have a good academic record.
      Must be active in athletics. Describe your involvement with the above.

67.   ALBERNI VALLEY JUNIOR BASEBALL ASSOCIATION “CATHY MILLER
      MEMORIAL BURSARY” - $300                 (Baseball)
      Awarded to a student who has participated in the A.V. Junior Baseball
      Association Program (player, coach, official). Financial need and character will
      be considered. Must be continuing to a post-secondary institution within twelve
      months of graduation. Describe your involvement with A.V. Junior Baseball.
      The bursary award will be paid when the winner provides evidence of enrolling in
      a post-secondary education institute. Evidence = a letter of acceptance,
      university housing contract, course confirmation letter. The winner has one year
      to claim the award, June 1st to June 1st the following year. After one year the
      award becomes null/void.

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68.   ALBERNI VALLEY JUNIOR BASEBALL ASSOCIATION “JACK JOHNSTON
      MEMORIAL BURSARY” - $300
      Awarded to a student who has participated in the A.V. Junior Baseball
      Association Program (player, coach, official). Financial need and character will
      be considered. Must be continuing to a post-secondary institution within twelve
      months of graduation. Describe your involvement with A.V. Junior Baseball.
      The bursary award will be paid when the winner provides evidence of enrolling in
      a post-secondary education institute. Evidence = a letter of acceptance,
      university housing contract, course confirmation letter. The winner has one year
      to claim the award, June 1st to June 1st the following year. After one year the
      award becomes null/void.

69.   ALBERNI VALLEY MINOR SOFTBALL BURSARY 2@$250
      Awarded to a student who has participated in or contributed to the A.V. Minor
      Softball Association Program (player, coach, official) for the past three years.
      Financial need and marks will be considered. Must be continuing to a post-
      secondary institution in the next eight months. Describe your involvement with
      A.V. Minor Softball.

70.   Bryan Mason Memorial (Hockey) Bursary - $250.00
      Awarded to a student with history of involvement in Minor Hockey, as a player,
      ref, or coach, management. Student is to express their plans for post-secondary
      education, as well as their need for bursary. Bursary is to be used within one
      year. Cheque of $250.00 will be issued at time of registration.

                           SD #70 SCHOOLS:
71.   ALBERNI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL AUXILIARY BURSARY 2 @$250
      Awarded to a student that attended Alberni Elementary School who is proceeding
      to a post-secondary institution, starting within fifteen months of graduation.
      Based on need, scholastic ability and service. Must be a graduate of year 6 at
      Alberni.

72.   EIGHTH AVENUE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL “JESSICA STATES MEMORIAL
      BURSARY”- $500
      Must have attended Eighth Avenue or Redford Elementary Schools for at least
      three years. Financial need and marks will be considered. Must be continuing to
      post-secondary education and within a 14 month period of time. VAST eligible.

73.   JOHN HOWITT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL BURSARIES - 2@$250
      Awarded to a student who attended John Howitt or Cherry Creek Elementary
      Schools in grades 4 to 6. Award based on extra-curricular activities, volunteer
      work, financial need and scholastic achievement. Must be attending any post-
      secondary institution including university, technical, vocational, regional college,
      etc. within 18 months of graduation.

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74.   MAQUINNA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PAC “HELEN BENVIN MEMORIAL
      BURSARY” $500
      Awarded to an ADSS student entering any post-secondary or technical institution
      within 15 months of graduation. Applicants must have attended Maquinna
      Elementary School for at least 3 years. Preference will be given to those who
      have had learning assistance. Award based on citizenship, financial need and
      marks.

75.   WOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PAC BURSARY - $250
      Applicants must have attended Wood or Redford Elementary School (or any
      combination thereof) for a period of three years. Successful applicants must
      attend a post-secondary institution within two years; proof of registration and
      attendance is required. Financial need and grades will be considered in the
      selection process. Applicants with a demonstrated financial need may be
      selected over other applicants with the same grades.

76.   JOHN PAUL ll CATHOLIC SCHOOL BURSARY 1 @ 250
      Awarded to a former student from John Paul ll Catholic School who attended at
      Least the senior year at JPll. Bursary is to be used for post-secondary
      education. It will be awarded for effort and citizenship. Applicant must write a
      minimum of a 250 word essay explaining why they should be given this bursary,
      how they have volunteered in the community, and how the money will be used.
      A letter of recommendation from an adult, other than a family member, and must
      accompany the essay.

77.   NEILL MIDDLE SCHOOL PAC BURSARIES 2 @ $500
      Must have attended A.W. Neill Middle School for at least 2 years, including grade
      8. Awarded to a student who plans continued education within 18 months.
      Monies must be claimed within 18 months of award. Student must provide proof
      of registration in a University, College, Technical, Vocational, or accredited Arts
      program. Award is based on scholastic achievement and school and/or
      community involvement. Must have an average of C+ or better in student’s five
      best subjects, with no less than a “C” in all subjects. Please indicate # of years
      attended, and family involvement with the school and community. VAST eligible.

78.   DUNN MIDDLE SCHOOL PAC BURSARY $500
      Must have attended E.J. Dunn Middle School for at least 2 years, including
      Grade 8. To be awarded to a student who plans continued education within 18
      months. Must provide proof of registration in a University, College, Technical,
      Vocational or accredited Arts program. Award will be based on financial need,
      school and/or community involvement and scholastic ability. Must have an
      average of C+ or better in his/her five best subjects.

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79.   ALBERNI DISTRICT SECONDARY SCHOOL PAC BURSARIES 2@$500
      Awarded to an ADSS student who will be attending any post-secondary
      institution within fifteen months of graduation. Preference will be given to the
      student whose parents, or themselves, have participated in the Parents Advisory
      Council of ADSS and/or volunteered within the various programs/clubs/events at
      the school. Secondly, volunteer and community experience will be considered,
      as well as financial need. Submitted with the application should be a short
      paragraph describing what the Parents Advisory Council (PAC) of ADSS has
      done for students and indicate how the student/parent has contributed to the
      PAC and/or school community. Student must provide proof of registration in the
      form of a receipt to a University, College, Technical, Vocational, or accredited
      Arts program.

80.   S NORTH ISLAND COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL BURSARY - $1000
      Awarded to a grade 12 graduate who will be attending North Island College on a
      full time basis in the following year. Students will be evaluated partially on the
      basis of need and musty have a minimum C+ average.

      FEMALE OR SPECIFIC NATIONALITY:
81.   ALBERNI COMMUNITY AND WOMEN’S SERVICES SOCIETY 1 @ $2500
      (Female)
      An annual scholarship awarded to a female graduate of ADSS Eligibility Criteria:
      Female student’s academic marks. Volunteer work involvement in community
      and school. Continued education in non-traditional work, e.g. Engineering,
      Forestry, Carpentry, Plumbing, Electrical or Women’s Studies, teaching
      secondary or post-secondary education. Financial need considered. The student
      will register in the following school year at a post-secondary institution.
      VAST eligible.

82.   GURU NANAK SIKH SOCIETY – ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP $250
       (Indo Canadian)
       Based on marks and future educational plans. APPLICANTS MUST be planning
      post-secondary education within the year following graduation. Must have a
      good academic record and have demonstrated good citizenship, community
      involvement and sportsmanship.      All students from the Indo Canadian
      Community will be considered.

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83.   GURU NANAK SIKH SOCIETY – SPORTS/ATHLETIC (FEMALE)
      SCHOLARSHIP        $250 (Indo Canadian)
      Based on achievement in the athletic area. APPLICANTS MUST be planning
      post-secondary education within the year following graduation. Must have a
      good academic record and have demonstrated good citizenship, community
      involvement and sportsmanship.       All students from the Indo Canadian
      Community will be considered. Must include a letter from the Coach

84.   GURU NANAK SIKH SOCIETY – SPORTS/ATHLETIC (MALE) SCHOLARSHIP
      $250 (Indo Canadian)
      Based on achievement in the athletic area. APPLICANTS MUST be planning
      post-secondary education within the year following graduation. Must have a
      good academic record and have demonstrated good citizenship, community
      involvement and sportsmanship.       All students from the Indo Canadian
      Community will be considered. Must include a letter from the Coach.

       OPEN NO SPECIFIC QUALIFICATIONS:

85.   ALBERNI VALLEY LIONS CLUB BURSARIES – 4 @ $500
      Awarded to a student proceeding to post-secondary education starting within 12
      months of graduation. Community involvement, financial need and marks will be
      considered.

86.   KINSMEN & KINETTE HAROLD WARREN MEMORIAL BURSARY – 1@$1000
      Awarded to a student proceeding to any post-secondary institution within 18
      months of graduation from ADSS. Judged on the basis of financial need,
      academic achievement and community involvement. Proof of registration
      required.
      VAST eligible.

87.   KINSMEN CLUB BURSARIES – 3 @ $500
      (Kinsmen)
      Awarded to a student proceeding to any post-secondary institution starting within
      fifteen months of graduation. Award is based on marks, community service and
      financial need. VAST eligible.

88.   KINETTE CLUB BURSARY - 1 @ $500
      Awarded to a student proceeding to any post-secondary institution within 15
      months of Graduation from ADSS. Judged on the basis of marks overall,
      community involvement, school citizenship, financial need and will consider
      involvement with a KIN community project. Proof of registration required.
      VAST eligible.

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89.   DRY-GRAD BURSARIES – 6@$500
      Awarded to a student who is proceeding to any post-secondary institution and
      starting within eight months of graduation. Marks, financial need will be
      considered. Preference will be given to students who have volunteered for Dry
      Grad 2013. Write a brief essay (maximum 400 words on “Where you would like
      to be in 5 years and what will you be doing”).

90.   ARROWSMITH ROTARY CLUB BURSARY – 1 @ $500
      Awarded to a student proceeding to any post-secondary institution within 2 years
      of graduation. Recipients of this award must provide a copy of their post-
      secondary institution course registration form prior to the funds being released to
      them, and should be prepared to attend a Rotary Club regular meeting to
      acknowledge receipt of their award after the funds have been released.
      Based upon need, volunteer community services, and recognizing their grade
      level that would give them the opportunity to complete post-secondary education.

91.   ROTARY CLUB OF PORT ALBERNI BURSARIES – 4 @ $500
      Awarded to a student who is going on to any post-secondary institution starting
      within fifteen months of graduation. Based on, in order of priority: financial need;
      community involvement; scholastic achievement. No membership requirement.
      Maximum deferral of the bursary will be 2 years. To receive the award, the
      student MUST send to the Rotary Club of Port Alberni, PO Box 2, V9Y 7M6 a
      copy of their post-secondary institution’s course registration form.
      VAST Eligible.

92.   EUROPA CLUB SCHOLARSHIPS $300
      Financial need, marks and community service will be considered. The
      Scholarship will be given for use at any post-secondary institution starting in
      September of your graduating year.

         BASED SOLEY ON FINANCIAL NEED:
      (Note: Many others will take need into consideration even if you
      don’t fit the other criteria.)

93.   DR. RICHARD AND ELEANOR GARNER MEMORIAL BURSARIES- 2 @ $500

      Student must be going to University, and show financial need. Awarded to
      students based on future plans and financial need. Must be a student registered
      to post-secondary education within 8 months following graduation. Must write a
      paragraph on why you are in need of this award. Minimum of 100 words.
      VAST Eligible.

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94.   S    MASONIC BURSARY FUND
      Masonic Bursaries are intended to assist the advanced post-secondary
      education of promising young men and women who, otherwise, would not be
      able to continue their education in Full-Time graduate and/or diploma courses,
      and are NOT TRANSFERABLE. Although consideration is given to scholastic
      standing, MASONIC BURSARIES ARE GRANTED PRIMARILY ON THE
      BASIS OF FINANCIAL NEED. Therefore, a letter from a Freemason (Please
      call Sandy McCruer 723-5436) or the secretary of a Masonic lodge, sponsoring
      the applicant, should accompany this form, indicating the circumstances which
      make this application necessary, and confirming any known details of need
      and/or special circumstances.

      TO BE CONSIDERED COMPLETE, AN APPLICATION MUST INCLUDE:
               This application form completed in original
               A letter supporting the application from a freemason, or secretary of
                a Masonic lodge, in British Columbia or Yukon, although the
                applicant needs no direct personal connection with Freemasonry
               The applicant’s most recent transcript of marks
               Reference letters from a teacher or principal, and a non-family
                acquaintance.

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DOGWOOD DISTRICT/AUTHORITY
                   AWARDS
For students who demonstrate superior achievement in any of the following
areas.
       •    Fine Arts (Visual Arts, Dance, Drama, Music)
       •    Applied Skills (Business Ed, Technology Ed. Home
            Economics)
       •    Physical Activity (not limited to Physical education)
       •    Second Language (including Aboriginal Languages)

An equitable distribution will be made across the four areas above.

Purpose:
     •       Rewards graduating student for excellence in their chosen non-
             academic field(s)
      •      This reward is intended to assist tuition for furthering students’ post
             education.

Amount: $1000.00 each ($500.00 cheque mailed from the Ministry of Education in
Oct). $500.00 voucher which can be redeemed when supplied to a post-secondary
institution (mailed from the Ministry of Education in November). This reward
voucher must be used within five years from September 30th of their graduation
year from secondary school.

Criteria to apply:
       • Student must be a Canadian citizen.
       • Meet the eligibility requirements for graduation
       • Demonstrate superior achievement in the area(s) above.
       • Student must fill out application and write a few paragraphs (not more
               than half of a page) on his/her experiences/courses and why he/she
               should be considered for this reward.

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OR ONLINE APPLICATION
Application forms for these scholarships are available in the Counselling Office just ask
Mr. Ostwald or Mrs. Sexton.

                                                                     Scholarship
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NAME                                                                               PAGE

      Alberni Valley Catholic Women’s League Bursary                    17          28
                 Alberni Valley Minor Hockey                            60          20
          BC Amateur Hockey Association- Online                         63          20
 BCPVPA Regional Scholarships for Non Members – and First               5           28
                   Nation Students-Online
   BCPVPA Regional Scholarships for Members - Online                    6           28
               BC Soccer Association - Online                           64          21
              District Scholarships and Awards                                      28
                        Fir Park Village                                50          17
    Victoria Diocesan Catholic Womens League Bursary                    31          12
    Canadian Parents for French – Bursary & Scholarship              34 a & b      12,13
         B.C. Association of Health-Care Auxiliaries                    44          15
          North Island College High School Bursary                      7            7
                    Masonic Bursary Fund                                94          27
                 Catalyst Paper Scholarships                            30          11
            Parksville Quilt House Quilters’ Guild                      49          16
                        EFMAB Bursary                                   13           8

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SCHOLARSHIPS FOR WHICH YOU MUST BE ENROLLED
                 IN 4 ACADEMIC COURSES
 1    Carolyn Lee Memorial Scholarship
 2    Royal Canadian Legion, Alberni Valley Branch 293 Memorial Scholarships
 3    Chinese Canadian Society Scholarship
 4    Howard McLean Memorial Scholarship **Not Offered This Year.
 5    BC Principals & Vice-Principals Assoc. Regional Scholarships for Non Members
      and First Nation Students
 6    BC Principals & Vice Principals Assoc. Regional Scholarships for Members
 7    North Island College High School Bursary
 8    In Memory of Brian Anthony
 9    Ilona Majercsik Bursary for Top Academic Standing
          YOUR PARENT/GUARDIAN MUST BELONG TO THE
               ORGANIZATION GIVING THE AWARD
10    Beta Sigma Phi “Beta Rho Master Sorority” Chapter Bursary
11    Beta Sigma Phi “Perceptor Gamma Beta” Chapter Bursary
12    Beta Sigma Phi “Phi Preceptor XI” Bursary
13    EFMABC Bursary
14    Order of Eastern Star Bursary
15    Alberni District Cooperative Association Bursaries
16    Alberni Valley Catholic Women’s League Bursary
17    Alberni District Teachers’ Union Bursary
18    Alberni District Teachers’ Union Scholarships
19    Port Alberni and District Labour Council “Walter Behn Memorial Bursary”
20    Administrative Officers School District #70 Principals and Vice-Principals
      Scholarships
 21   Unifor Local #592 “Jack Breuker Memorial Bursary”
 22   Unfior Local #592 “David Fraser Memorial Bursary”
 23   Unifor Local #592 “Daryl Derooy Memorial Bursary”
 24   Canadian Union of Public Employees Local # 727 Bursaries (SD # 70 Employees)
25a   Canadian Union of Public Employees Local #118 Bursary
25b   Canadian Union of Public Employees Local #118 “In Memory of Mona Colclough”
 26   Royal Canadian Legion, Alberni Valley Branch 293 Memorial Bursaries
 27   Royal Canadian Legion, Alberni Valley Branch 293 Ladies Auxiliary Bursary
 28   Knights of Columbus, Alberni Valley Council #3435 Bursaries
 29   Kiwanis Club Bursary
 30   Catalyst Paper Scholarships

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31    Victoria Diocesan Catholic Women’s League Bursary
                          SPECIFIC ADSS PROGRAMS
 32   Portal Players Performing Arts Bursary
 33   Port Alberni Orchestra & Chorus Society Bursary
34a   Canadian Parents for French Bursary
34b   Canadian Parents for French Scholarship
 35   Community Arts Council Bursary
 36   Glenn Wong Memorial Fund Bursary
 37   Stanley Graves Memorial Bursary
 38   Maurice Jones Music Award
 39   Harris & Company LLP Law 12 Scholarship
                 ENTERING A SPECIFIC AREA OF STUDY
40    West Coast General Hospital Auxiliary Bursary
41    Alberni District Retired Teachers Association Bursary
42    Boutique Belles Amies Bursary
43    Dr. Brent Manson-Family Chiropractic Bursary
44    BC Association of Health-Care Auxiliaries
45    Alberni Farmer’s Institute Bursary
46    Natasha Rai Memorial Scholarship
47    Alberni Valley Enhancement Society Bursary
48    Barry Gus Crisis Response Memorial Fund Bursary
49    Parksville Quilt House Quilters’ Guild
             BELONGING TO OR VOLUNTEERING WITH AN
                        ORGANIZATION
50    Fir Park Village Award for Community Volunteering
51    Alberni Valley Music Theatre Society Award
52    Gyro Club of the Albernis Bursary “The Wilf Souther Memorial”
53    Alberni Valley United Church Annual ADSS Bursary
54    Pat and John Squire Memorial Bursary
55    Scott Fraser, MLA Social Justice Scholarship
                                SPORTS/ATHLETICS
56    Alberni Athletic Junior Badminton Club “Bill Khoo Memorial Scholarship”
57    Alberni Valley Youth Soccer Association Scholarship
58    Alberni Valley Youth Soccer Association “Carl Buitenhaus Memorial Scholarship”
59    Alberni Valley Youth Soccer Association Bursary
60    Alberni Valley Minor Hockey Association Scholarships
61    Alberni District Hockey Canada Skills Academy Scholarship
62    Vancouver Island Amateur Hockey Association-VIAHA
63    BC Amateur Hockey Association Bursary
64    BC Soccer Association Scholarship
65    Alberni Valley Minor Lacrosse Association Bursary
66    BC Summer Games – Port Alberni Scholarship

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