This award is presented annually to a student entering the second year of the Forest Technology Program. He/she must demonstrate a strong desire to pursue a career in forestry and obtain RPF designation with the Association of BC Professional Foresters.
This award is presented to a student attending Forestry at Selkirk College. First preference to a student from Golden Secondary School with second preference to a student from the East Kootenays and third preference to any student in Renewable Resources demonstrating financial need.
This award is presented to a student with demonstrated financial need and a good standing in the second year of the Forest Technology program with preference to residency from 100 Mile/Williams Lake/Quesnel areas.
This award is presented to a student from the Castlegar Campus, in any program, contributing to student spirit and making a positive contribution to the life at Selkirk College, with a GPA of 3.0 as a minimum.
This award is presented to a student with demonstrated financial need and in good standing in the second year of the Forest Technology program with preference to residency from the Nelson Forest District (southeast corner of BC-Grand Forks to AB border and Revelstoke/Golden to the US border).
Odd years the Doris Sweeney Memorial Scholarship will be awarded to a student in the Forestry Program with a high GPA first choice female. Even years the Doris Sweeney Memorial Scholarship will be awarded to a student in the second year nursing program.
These awards are presented to a first year student, and a second year student. If no suitable candidates are identified from the Recreation, Fish and Wildlife program, then the second priority will be from the Integrated Environmental Planning Program, a
To a first or second year Associate of Arts or Science or Renewable Resources student pursuing a career in Engineering/Earth Science and continuing studies in that field. First preference would be to a student who has graduated from JL Crowe or Rossland Secondary.
This award is presented to a first year Forestry student with first preference to a Pope & Talbot employee or an employee' s family member. Second preference will be to a student from the Grand Forks/Boundary Area.
This award is presented to a continuing, second year Forestry student and would have received the best marks overall in the following three courses: RRS 162 Ecology and Forestry Botany, RRS 164 Geology, Land forms and Soils, and RRS 163 Forest Ecology.
To a student in financial need who has attended ABE or Adult Special Education classes before entering the School of Environment and Geomatics. If the fund is not awarded based on the previous criteria, it will be awarded to any student in financial need.