This scholarship is open to any active Co-op member (including staff), or the child of an active Co-op member. Preference will be given to applicants pursuing studies in food, agriculture, environment, cooperatives, community development or alternative health, but all are encouraged to apply. The chosen recipient will have made a concerted effort in her/his/their personal statement to explain how this scholarship will help them make the world a better place and will connect this back to the Kootenay Co-op’s Vision, Mission, and Values. The application form must be filled out and submitted online at kootenay.coop/scholarship by the April 25, 2020 deadline.
The Royal Canadian Legion is committed to supporting Veterans and their families and offers financial assistance for post-secondary education to those in need.
Poppy Trust Fund bursariesAs part of the Legion’s commitment to Veterans and their families, Legion Branches may grant bursaries through the Poppy Trust Fund to the children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren of Veterans who need financial assistance to pursue a post-secondary education. These bursaries can make a difference for Veterans’ families and offers these children an opportunity to further their educational goals. Bursaries may be granted at any stage of a college or university program.
The Legion does not have a national-level bursary program. Local Branches and Provincial Commands develop their eligibility requirements, deadlines and application procedures. Contact the local Legion Branch in your area for further information and assistance.
ScholarshipsAs part of the Legion’s commitment to youth, many Branches award scholarships through their General Funds to recognize scholastic achievement and support youth in their community. Criteria for these funds are established by the Branch or Provincial Command.
For information on bursaries and scholarships available in your province or community, please contact the Legion Branch nearest you.