- The Columbia Basin Trust offers the Training Fee Support program which provides up to $800 to go towards tuition for short-term courses that will help students secure immediate employment.
- This program also provides 75 per cent of the training costs, up to $7,500 to go toward training costs for specialized training where there is an identified skills shortage and high labour demand in the Columbia Basin. The following have been identified as the eligible specialized skills training areas:
- Class 1 Driver, Heavy Equipment Operator, Prep Cook, Programming and Coding, Office/Business Administration, Forestry Work, Health Care Clerk, Security Guard/Officer, Construction Certificate, and Adventure Tourism Certification.
Scholars receive $2000.00 for their participation in the program, and are fully funded to attend two Ch’nook Gatherings.
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.
Since 1982, CMHA BC has been helping people with mental illness further their pursuit of post-secondary education through our scholarship and bursary programs. We are committed to lowering access barriers and would like to ensure that these scholarships and bursaries are available to anyone in British Columbia with lived experience who is pursuing higher education. Several bursaries are available each year to BC post-secondary students who live with mental illness or addiction.
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.
Allied Van Lines offers scholarships for students who are completing an undergraduate degree in Logistics/Supply Chain Management.
This is a scholarship database for students.
This is another useful scholarship search engine.