Scholarship funded by the Kenneth Bimmann Fund and available to students who have completed at least one year of study at the University of Saskatchewan.
No one embodied the spirit and vision of Ontario March of Dimes more than WWII flying veteran, Wade Hampton. At age 31, on the same day the polio vaccine was announced, Hampton was diagnosed with the disease and taken to
Amount: $1000 Number Available: 1 Deadline: May 31st, 2018
An educator and advocate, Charmaine Letourneau received the Order of Canada in 2001 in recognition of her work in improving the quality of life for Deaf people.
The Canadian Hearing Society National Scholarship Program was created to help break down financial barriers to higher education and build brighter futures for Deaf and hard of hearing students across Canada, and is uniquely inclusive of Deaf and hard of hearing
Deaf & Hear Alberta is proud to announce the Tom Pinder Education Scholarship, named for a long-time generous supporter, Tom Pinder. This scholarship can be used for a broad range of educational pursuits with clear benefit to a Deaf or Hard
Saint John Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services (SJDHHS) administers a scholarship fund for students who are manually Deaf and reside in Southwestern New Brunswick. 2002 marked the first year of this scholarship and will continue on a yearly basis
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
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 firstname.lastname@example.org and we will add you to our distribution list.
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