The 2018 AEBC/T-Base Scholarship Program is now closed. Should you wish to be notified when the next round of applications will be released (February 2019), please e-mail email@example.com and we will add you to our distribution list.
BCPF provides bursaries of varying amounts each fall to individuals with a spinal cord injury to support them with their post-secondary education at universities and colleges in British Columbia. Funds for these bursaries are funded through the foundation as well
The Canadian Hard of Hearing Association (CHHA) Scholarship Program was established in 2002. This Program is supported by donations of the members of the Canadian Hard of Hearing Association (CHHA) and by the generous contributions from the Algar family, Doreen
The Bell Aliant Pioneers of New Brunswick Chapter 51 Scholarship Foundation, Inc. awards annual, renewable scholarships to young New Brunswickers with physical or mental disabilities who wish to advance their education beyond high school.
Each year, our Society awards bursaries to people with epilepsy in BC who are entering, or are in a post-secondary academic, vocational, arts, technical or technological program. These bursaries can be applied towards tuition, books, on-campus housing, or other academic expenses.
The DHH Trust Fund is used for student bursaries, scholarships, and awards; research; and staff professional development. The Interprovincial School Development Committee (ISDA) meets twice per year to determine the allocation of funds to qualified applicants. The Committee follows specific
Crohn’s and Colitis Canada awards ten one-time scholarships of up to $5,000 to students of any age, living with Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis who are enrolled in a Canadian post-secondary educational institute for the upcoming fall 2018.
This is a national post-secondary scholarship open to all disabilities. Established in 2009, the 1800wheelchair scholarship fund now bestows two $500 awards each year. In the past, we’ve asked applicants to explore mobility issues on campus, overcoming personal challenges, and