Bosco Foundation Bursary

The Bosco Foundation awards bursaries yearly to grade 12 students entering post secondary, who volunteer their time in their local communities. The Foundation has received a record number of applications from Calgary, and are looking for well deserving students in our local area. 


Please share this information with your Grade 12 students, and feel free to add to your yearly scholarship/bursary information. 


Application package - deadline June 15, 2023

Bosco Foundation Website

myBlueprint Bursaries!

myBlueprint is always looking for ways to help support students with portfolios, high school & post-secondary education planning, and post-secondary education costs.

We're excited to announce that we've partnered once again with the Canadian Scholarship Trust Foundation (CSTF) to give away $150,000 in bursaries!

You read that right! $150,000 goes to students to help them realize their post-secondary goals.

The CSTF supports access to post-secondary education and believes finances should not hinder post-secondary education.


"In honor of notable members of the Canadian Scholarship Trust family, we are excited to provide $150,000 worth of bursaries to students facing financial barriers to help them access post-secondary education”

These bursaries are designed to support students with financial needs.


Click Here to Apply & Learn More!

Students can also access the application form within their myBlueprint Education Planner accounts (in the Scholarships tab, accessible via Dashboard > Tasks >Scholarships).

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We have some exciting news!

Our 2022 Nelson Scholarship Program is now open!

Do you know a Grade 12 student that is doing exceptional work in the classroom, as well as in their community? This year, we are once again offering $10,000 for each of our scholarship opportunities: our Civic Leadership Scholarship and our Indigenous Student Scholarship, in partnership with Indspire.
Recipients of the awards are young leaders of tomorrow, showcasing a commitment to community stewardship and academic achievement.

To learn more about our scholarship program and how to apply, click the link below and be sure to share with your students. 

Applications close August 1, 2022.




Check your MY Blueprint account for exciting scholarship opportunities! 





Bank Websites


Post-Secondary Institution Financial Awards Office

St. André Bessette Awards Program (Spring)

Rutherford Scholarship (Aug.1)



RAP and Trades



Government of Alberta tips for paying for post-secondary.

Enriched Academy Scholarship for CALM students

The 1000Women4STEM Award covers the cost of tuition!

With Fall 2022 applications open, we have an amazing bursary available—the 1000Women4STEM Award. Now is the perfect time for learners to turn their passion into a career! Take advantage of this limited-time bursary, valued up to $20,000.


The bursary application is available to women wanting to enroll full-time in one of NorQuest’s science and technology diploma programs, starting in the Fall term:

  • Energy Management
  • Environmental Protection Technology
  • Machine Learning Analyst

We know financial help can play an important part in a learner’s decision to apply. That’s why learners can apply for the bursary now and secure their funding first, before applying to the program of their choice. Don’t miss out—there are still many bursaries available!

Scotiabank Scholarships

Scotiabank Scholarships

Launching January 17, 2022, Scotiabank has doubled its support for student post-secondary aspirations with a total of $60,000 for students’ scholarships in 4 Streams:

  1. Financial Wellness

  2. STEM

  3. Diversity

  4. Future Women Leaders

This exciting opportunity is available to current Grade 12 Students in the following regions:

  • Atlantic Canada

  • British Columbia/Yukon

  • Ontario

  • Prairies/Northwest Territories/Nunavut

Learn more about Scotiabank Scholarships

New U of A Discovery Award!

Horatio Alger Scholarship


Grade 11 students - Have you had significant adversity in your life? Would you like a chance to earn $5000 towards post secondary?

The Horatio Alger Scholarship program is now available for Grade 11 applications! Celebrate this new development by checking out their website and applying. Applications opened December 1 and close on March 15, 2022.

Metis Awards

Metis Students

Rupertsland Institute’s new Post-Secondary Education (PSE) program, which will provide funding and services to post-secondary students in all years of study, is now open for applications. All school authorities are asked to share this opportunity with Gr. 12 Métis Nation of Alberta students. Applications are been accepted in November.

  • Indigenous Student Bursary List- Government of Canada
  • ATCO Indigenous Education Awards

Belcourt-Brosseau Métis Award
The Belcourt-Brosseau Métis Awards Fund was established to help Métis Albertans realize self-sufficiency through post-secondary education and skills development.
Valued between $2,000 and $10,000, this award is intended to cover a portion of education-related costs such as tuition and fees.
The award is open to Alberta Métis citizens, and priority is given to students entering their first year of post-secondary education. Students must show financial need and have a connection to the Métis community.
For more information on the Belcourt-Brosseau Métis Awards, including eligibility and how to apply, visit:


What We Look For: As you know, our selection criteria are character, service, and leadership potential. We are looking for young people who deeply value honesty, are curious by nature, and are interested in a wide range of subjects. The scholars we select are willing to take meaningful risks and prioritize results over appearances. Each one has shown a sustained commitment to service in the community, has taken the initiative to create positive changes, and is interested in working towards a better world.

Students can submit their applications at They may also view our award overviewinformation sheetsample application form, and a recording of a 2022 Loran Award Information Session.

All eligible students will be welcome to apply by filling out the application, uploading a transcript, and naming a reference. School sponsorship is no longer required.


4 H Scholarship

SUBJECT:  Elmer & Ona Hansen Memorial Scholarship - $80,000 in scholarships available for rural high school students
A gentle reminder, the Elmer and Ona Hansen Memorial Scholarship application closes June 30, 2022 at Noon.  Please see below for more information on the scholarship.  
4-H Alberta inspires, educates, and develops outstanding rural and urban youth, future leaders, and engaged citizens. Supporting ambitious youth who pursue higher education through scholarships is a big part of 4-H Alberta’s commitment to youth. We are recognized as the most impactful youth leadership organization in Alberta.
The Elmer and Ona Hansen Memorial Scholarship is open to all Alberta rural youth and is designed to help rural farm youth who must leave home to pursue a post-secondary education or trade. The following scholarship amounts will be awarded in 2021:
• One scholarship: $20,000 • One scholarship: $15,000• One scholarship: $10,000• Seven (7) scholarships at $5,000 each
This scholarship may or may not be applicable to the students at your school, however, we wanted to ensure the opportunity was communicated to as many eligible students as possible. Please note a rural farm youth is defined as a youth who has lived on a farm in Alberta for the majority of their life and the farm is the primary source of family income.  These scholarships are designed for youth who may not have the opportunity to attend post-secondary without financial support.  
If you know of students living in rural areas who plan to leave home and pursue post-secondary education, we hope you will pass this information along so that they do not miss out on these exceptional scholarship opportunities.

Student Eligibility/How to apply: 
  • Must be enrolled as a first year student at an acknowledged post-secondary institution and not have previously started or completed a post-secondary program
  • Must be an Alberta rural farm young person
  • Must have graduated from high school have received their high school diploma and be no older than 25 years of age.  A copy of their high school transcript or academic detailed report must be included with the application form
  • Must need to leave home to pursue a post-secondary education or trade.  Proof must be provided that the student is not living at home, i.e. through a rental or dorm receipt
  • A photo of the applicant must be submitted with the application.  The photo must be suitable for publication - a grad picture is ideal.  Photocopies or proofs are not suitable.  Quality scanned photos are acceptable
  • 4-H experience is not mandatory to qualify for this award

The application for the Elmer and Ona Hansen Memorial Scholarship is open until June 30, 2021 at Noon with the application available on the 4-H Alberta website. To go directly to the application, please click here.
For more info you can reach us at 403.899.7030 or

Alex Decoteau Award of Honour

The Alex Decoteau Award of Honour recognizes the sacrifice of Canada's brave veterans and their families and supports them in their post-secondary pursuits in Alberta. Valued at a one-time amount of $5,000, this award helps meet the Alberta Government’s commitment to make it easier for Canadian veterans and their families to transition from service to the next steps in their careers. Canadian Armed Forces members must be returning soldiers who:

  • actively served in designated military operations in the Canadian Armed Forces (Regular or Reserves), or

  • were permanently disabled as a result of participation in Canadian Armed Forces training.

Applicants who are family members must be spouses/common-law partners, or children of Canadian Armed Forces soldiers who are deceased or permanently disabled:

  • while serving or as a result of a designated military operation, or
  • as a result of participating in Canadian Armed Forces training.

How to ApplyApplicants must submit the completed application form and all supporting documentation to Alberta Student Aid by October 31, 2021.For more information on eligibility and how to apply for the Alex Decoteau Award of Honour, visit:

Scholarship List

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Apply for the LEAD Program

The Leaders in Equality Award of Distinction (LEAD) Program is now accepting applications from students eager to make a difference in their communities. The new program is supporting students who are working to reduce gender discrimination in their communities or who are studying in fields where their gender is traditionally under-represented. Each successful applicant will receive $2,500.The scholarship program consists of two funding streams:

  • a previously announced Women in STEM Award stream, which is open to women under 30 years of age pursuing studies in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, and

  • the Persons Case Scholarship stream, for anyone pursuing studies to advance gender equality.  

Consolidating the Women in STEM award and the Persons Case under the LEAD program streamlines the application process for students and reduces red tape.The first intake deadline for the scholarship is Feb. 21.Those who are interested in applying can visit the program website to find the scholarship criteria and application information.Quick facts

  • Total funding for the program is $225,000.
  • Up to 40 students will receive $2,500 each in the Persons Case Scholarship stream.
  • Up to 50 students will receive $2,500 each in the Women in STEM stream.  


Delta Kappa Gamma Education Grant - Delta Kappa Gamma is a society of educators who promote professional and personal growth and excellence in education. The local chapter, Eta, offers a grant of $500 for graduating students from EIPS or EICS who are planning to enter the field of teacher education. One grant will be awarded for applicants attending post-secondary in September 2020. For more information, check the Delta Kappa Gamma Grant. Deadline for submission is in June. 

New Generation Scholarship's purpose is to recognize and reward present and future students that are working towards a future full of opportunity. There are multiple scholarships to be awarded ranging from $100 USD to $500 USD (which is equivalent to roughly $630 CAD). Each scholarship available is up to $500 USD. There are no program requirements. Some scholarships will be based on financial need, some based on academic success, some based on leadership/volunteerism, and some based on personality, character, and merit. The students applying for this scholarship must be 18+ years old and must be either a current student or plan to be a student within the next 12 months. Our scholarships are open to students studying anywhere in Canada, the USA, and Mexico - as well as any international students.


Our website is and our Instagram platform is @NewGen_Scholarship.

CIBC Canadian Financial Education Challenge!

The Canadian Foundation for Economic Education (CFEE) is partnering with CIBC to give high school-aged youth (14-18) the opportunity to win $10,000*!

We are challenging Canada’s youth to apply their creativity and skills to create new tools and resources to help other young Canadians improve their financial knowledge.

The My Money, My Future: Canadian Financial Education Challenge aims to apply a sense of fun and creativity to an important life skill – financial literacy.

Please note: The last day to register is March 15th, 2021 - the deadline for project submissions is April 16th, 2021.


Canadian Financial Education Challenge.

Josephburg Ag Society Scholarship

Josephburg Ag Society Scholarship


In memory of our long time Director and volunteer, Doug Maschmeyer, we are offering a third, $1000 scholarship. Doug always took an active roll in his community. Lending a helping hand was his nature, he was a great mentor in his role as a 4-H leader.  Many a winter night he could be found selling 50/50 tickets at the local Josephburg Presents concert series. He would strike up a conversation, find something in common and end the visit with a few less tickets in his hand. Doug always had something positive to say, words of encouragement and a smile on his face. We put this scholarship forward in hopes of those who share Doug’s love of community and mentorship will apply.

As of August 2018, Josephburg Ag Society is proud to sponsor THREE, $1000 scholarships for those seeking post secondary assistance.

Please read over the requirements carefully and submit information accordingly. Incomplete submissions will not be considered. Our committee is hard at work choosing once the deadline passes and successful recipients contacted before the end of the year.

Click on link below to download the form:




Ed Stelmach Community Foundation


The Ed Stelmach Community Foundation Scholarship has been created to support graduating high school students in their journey into post-secondary education.

The ESCF is dedicated to assisting Alberta charities - especially those in the greatest need who may not receive the funding they deserve or require. This scholarship is a reflection of that commitment. Geared towards students who may require financial assistance, the scholarship will be given to the applicants who demonstrate perseverance through difficult situations, are committed and involved in their community, and who have clearly determined and outlined their future goals. Three scholarships will be awarded annually, each consisting of $2,750.

In order to apply:
The applicant must be completing Grade 12 at a public or Catholic high school in the following towns/cities: Lamont, Two Hills, Fort Saskatchewan, Ryley, Tofield, Viking, and Vegreville.

The applicant must be accepted into a post-secondary institution and present confirmation of acceptance (available from the registrar’s office)

The applicant must have a mark of 80% or higher in Social Studies.

The applicant must write a 500 word (max) essay addressing:
- Future goals;
- Community involvement/extra-curricular activities;
- Life instance(s) or event(s) when they persevered through a hardship;
- And may include specifics regarding need for financial assistance.

The applicant must obtain a reference letter from a community member (example: teacher, community leader, spiritual leader, etc.) in support of the applicant.

If interested in this scholarship, please print and complete the following APPLICATION FORM. Attach the application form to the essay, reference letter and confirmation of acceptance.

Please mail to:

Ed Stelmach Community
Foundation Scholarship
60, 21252 530 Township Road
Ardrossan, AB T8G 2C4


Any questions or concerns may be directed towards Lynette Miller (780-554-2487). We thank you for your interest in this scholarship - only those selected will be contacted.

Good luck to all the applicants.

Families of Veterans

Alexander Decoteau Award of Honour

The Alex Decoteau Award of Honour is a new award recognizing the sacrifice of Canada's brave veterans and their families and supports them in their post-secondary pursuits in Alberta. Valued at a one-time amount of $5,000, this award helps meet the Alberta Government’s commitment to make it easier for Canadian veterans and their families to transition from service to the next steps in their careers. Up to 200 awards are available annually.Canadian Armed Forces members must be returning soldiers who:

  • actively served in designated military operations in the Canadian Armed Forces (Regular or Reserves), or

  • were permanently disabled as a result of participation in Canadian Armed Forces training in Canada.

Applicants who are family members must be spouses/common-law partners or children of Canadian Armed Forces soldiers who are deceased or permanently disabled:

  • while serving or as a result of a designated military operation, or
  • as a result of participating in Canadian Armed Forces training in Canada.

How to ApplyApplicants must submit the completed application form and all supporting documentation to Alberta Student Aid by October 31, 2020.For more information on eligibiltity and how to apply for the Alex Decoteau Award of Honour, visit:

Bursary Alert!

Bosco Foundation

Please check the following website for details and application information for a new bursary.

12 Bursaries: 
$30,000.00 dollars annually.

  • $ 5,000.00 x 3
  • $ 3,000.00 x 3
  • $ 1,000.00 x 6

New deadline this year of June 30!

Apprenticeship Awards and Scholarships

Alberta Apprentice & Trainee Awards and Scholarships
The Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry (AIT) Training Board provides various scholarships to apprentices and occupational trainees every year.

To learn more, browse the AIT scholarships and awards listings at:

Rotary Club 2023 Scholarship Program

The Fort Saskatchewan Rotary Club will once again award two (2) scholarships in the amount of $1,000 each. One scholarship will be available for a student attending an accredited college or university, and one scholarship will be available for a student attending an accredited technical institute or trade school.


This annual scholarship is open to all graduating students from any Fort Saskatchewan high school. Students may apply in their graduating year or within one year of their graduation if they have chosen to upgrade and/or take a “gap year” prior to attending a post-secondary program. The application documents must be postmarked no later than July 30. Last year we had 2 winners from St Andre Bessette receive this prestigious scholarship!


“Over the years we have awarded many scholarships, and are pleased to assist students fund their post-secondary education,” states Ted Griffiths, Rotary Club President.



Andy Polanski Leader of Tomorrow Memorial Scholarship

The Andy Polanski Charitable Foundation (APCF) is a non-profit society that was established in 2014 following the tragic passing of an exceptional young man, Andy Polanski. Comprised exclusively of volunteers, APCF remains committed to fulfilling the foundation’s vision ‘To make things better, not for ourselves but for everyone around us’This vision is solely inspired by the sincere and generous personality of Andy, encompassing his many wonderful attributes and traits that left a mark on those who knew him and continues to inspire many. Andy was a young man with strong family roots, always ready to share in some fun and laughter, and a willingness to lend a helping hand. This resulted in Andy volunteering for many positions within his school and community while he completed his high school and post-secondary education goals.

The Andy Polanski Charitable Foundation (APCF) is very proud to offer a $1,000 scholarship to a Fort Saskatchewan high school student pursuing a post-secondary education who, in addition to completing their high school requirements, has been able to demonstrate the importance of giving back, therefore impacting others.



Storwell is offering an annual bursary of $2,000 in support of foster children to help them attend
post-secondary schools and to offer a hand up as they make their way forward in life.
The award is non-renewable, but candidates are welcome to apply for it once a year. The successful
candidate is an active member of their community, has excellent grades and displays financial need.
1. Applicant must have been a foster child with either CCAS or CAS or similar official Canadian foster care program
and agrees to having the above organization verify the same.
2. Will be enrolled as a full-time student at a recognized post-secondary institution in Canada as of Dec 2017.
3. Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident
4. Applicant must be 24 years of age or less at the time of application
5. Winner agrees to having his/her name, photo and post secondary institution displayed on our website.
Application available at
To be considered, simply fill out our application, email a copy of your most recent academic transcript as well as
proof of citizenship to Deadline for entry is September 1 every year.