Provincial Artisans (Fredericton) Inc. has agreed to provide the capital to fund several bursaries to aid disadvantaged students who are either entering or already attending an institution offering post secondary education. Historically, individual bursaries have ranged from $500 to $3,000.
The Program: The general purpose of the program is to assist kidney patients and their family members to further their education and/or training. Amount: $500 Number Available: 4 Deadline: TBD Criteria The bursaries will be awarded according to the criteria
The Wanderer’s Amateur Athletic Club was, by far, the most distinguished athletic Club in Halifax. Comprised of great athletes and members, the club became known throughout North America. When it was disbanded, the remaining members donated some of its assets
The Donald E. Curren Scholarship was created by the many friends and admirers of Donald E. Curren, the founder and first Executive Director of the Atlantic Division of the Canadian Paraplegic Association and Canadian Paraplegic Association (Nova Scotia) herein known
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
Dr. Samuel Robert Hussey was born in Newfoundland in 1874. He lost his sight at the age of ten after contracting measles. In 1893, he became a teacher and taught at the School for the Blind in Halifax for many
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.