For scholarships, bursaries and other awards that are not exclusive to Selkirk College, visit the following websites:
Bev LaPointe Memorial Scholarshop for Women in Trades
Established by Kootenay Career Development Society in memory of founding Board Chair, Bev Lapointe. She was a strong supporter of job seekers and women working in our community. She was the first woman hired to work from the City of Nelson. in parks and public works. Learn more and apply...
British Columbia Environment Industry Association (BCEIA) Scholarship
The British Columbia Environment Industry Association (BCEIA) offers a $1500 scholarship to be awarded to a student in a college or university undergraduate level program related to environmental studies.
Chartered Professional Accountants (CPA)
The Chartered Professional Accountants' Education Foundation of British Columbia (CPAEF) offers several bursaries ranging from $1,000 to $3,000. Check the CPAEF website for applications and deadline dates.
Ch’nook Scholars Program
Scholars receive $2000.00 for their participation in the program, and are fully funded to attend two Ch’nook Gatherings.
Chinese Government Scholarship and Guangdong Scholarship Programs
The Chinese government offers scholarships to students from British Columbia to study at a Chinese university. It is a valuable opportunity to gain exposure to Chinese language, culture and business practices, and to develop enriching, life-long relationships.
The scholarships are provided to graduating secondary school students and students enrolled in post-secondary studies in undergraduate, master's and doctoral degree programs at eligible post-secondary institutions.
ECEBC Bursary - Early Childhood Educators of British Columbia
The Early Childhood Educators of BC offers two bursary programs for BC ECE students and professionals. These programs are designed to increase the number of students entering, re-establishing and graduating from recognized ECE post-secondary programs.
The Public Guardian and Trustee Educational Assistance Fund
The Public Guardian and Trustee Educational Assistance Fund bursaries are awarded annually in consultation with the Ministry of Children and Family Development from a limited fund to high school graduates who are 19-years-old or over and pursuing a post-secondary academic, technical or vocational program. Deadline April 15.