«Scholarships» column

The Scoop On Indigenous Student Scholarships Today

February 1st, 2020; By Susan Huebert

Getting an education can help people find good jobs and even a purpose in life. Paying for courses can be difficult, but financial aid can help. For Indigenous students, special […]

Which Comes First: Money or Happiness?

January 5th, 2020; By Linda Mendes

You’ve probably heard the saying “money can’t buy happiness”. Some agree with that saying and others do not. Different people have different views and opinions. If you really think about […]

January 2020 Scholarships: Apply NOW!

January 5th, 2020; By Erin Kelly

Alberta Blue Cross’s Indigenous Scholarship Program Scholarship Value: $1,500 Awards Available: 6 Award Deadline: January 15, 2020 Address: https://ab.bluecross.ca/aboutus/indigenous-scholarships.php   DECA Student Scholarships Scholarship Value: $3,000 Awards Available: 80 Award […]

Paying for Your Education: Bursaries vs. Scholarships vs. Grants

December 30th, 2019; By Meghan Brown

Post-secondary education is important, whether you pursue trade school, college, or university.  However, depending on where you want to go and what you want to study, this can also be […]

December 2019 Scholarships and Money: Apply Now!

December 1st, 2019; By Erin Kelly

Burger King Scholars Program Scholarship Value: $50,000 Awards Available: 10 Award Deadline: December 15, 2019 Address: https://bkmclamorefoundation.org/who-we-are/programs/burger-king-scholars-program/   FormSwift Scholarship Scholarship Value: $1,000 Awards Available: 1 Award Deadline: December 15, […]

Be the Toast of the Masters – How Scholarship Applications Boost Your Public Speaking Skills

November 25th, 2019; By Rochelle C. Pangilinan

The scandal that hit the headlines last year about famous TV actresses buying their daughters a way into prominent universities truly had everyone shocked, but it’s a testament to how […]

Show Me The Scholarships!

October 30th, 2019; By Alicia Natividad

One of the major factors in deciding whether or not to go to post-secondary school is the money. College and university are expensive and while student debt may be inevitable […]