Loran Scholars Foundation Awards. Students who do not wish to be nominated can apply to the “direct pool.” Please view website for more information and deadlines.
The Halton Quilter’s Guild
This scholarship in the amount of $500 to provide funds to students who wish to pursue a career in textile, fibre arts or textile design related programs.
Rotary Club of Milton
The purpose of this award is to acknowledge youth volunteers attending Milton schools in the Halton Region. You must exceed the required 40 hours of community service, academic achievement will be considered, a resume, references, and a 750 word essay are all required for application.
The Father Ted Colleton Scholarship Contest
The Father Ted Colleton Scholarship Contest is intended to help young people learn about pro life issues, the pro-life movement through research and writing. Essay Contest closes December 1, 2016. Open to grade 11 and 12 students.
Professional Engineers Ontario Oakville Chapter Scholarships
The scholarships will be awarded on the basis of community contributions, extracurricular activities, academics, and the student’s intention to pursue a career in engineering profession. To qualify for this award, the student must be graduating from a secondary school in Oakville or Milton in 2017, and enroll in a Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) accredited Ontario university engineering program for 2017-2018 school year.
Ontario Command of the Royal Canadian Legion
This bursary program is available through the Ontario Command of the Royal Canadian Legion which provides financial assistance of up to $500, for eligible students. This program is based on need not results, for those students meeting the eligible criteria.
The Canadian Federation of University Women Milton & District
The Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) – Milton and District presents annual awards of merit to exceptional female high school graduates proceeding to post- secondary education at the university and college (including trade/ apprenticeship) levels. Applicants must demonstrate excellence in academic achievement, and outstanding leadership and citizenship qualities both in school and the community. Candidates must live in Milton or attend a school in Milton.
The Oakville, Milton and District Real Estate Board
The Oakville, Milton and District Real Estate Board is pleased to open the 2016 Scholarship Awards for submissions. The scholarship awards are open to graduating high school students residing locally and registered with a secondary school within the Board’s (OMDREB) jurisdiction, or whose parent is an active member of OMDREB. Click HERE!
2016 Golden Jubilee Awards of Excellence
The scholarships will be awarded to any student who 1) is currently in their graduating year of a Canadian High School or CEGEP, 2) has an average of at least 80% in their top six Grade 12 courses and 3) will be enrolled in a full-time health or social services degree or diploma program at a recognized publicly funded Canadian university or college beginning Fall 2017. Eligible health or social services degree and diploma programs include but are not limited to nursing, nutrition, health sciences and social work.
Halton Region Federation of Agriculture
Scholarships are awarded to students entering their first degree or diploma in an agriculture program in a Canadian university or college or to an individual that has immediate family that belongs to the Halton Region Federation of Agriculture (program of study does not have to include those described above). Students are to request an application form from Halton Region Federation of Agriculture C/O Nancy Comber 650 Joyce Blvd. Milton, ON L9T 3C6.
This Scholarship is available to a 2016-1017 graduating student who resides in the Region of Halton. Candidates must be prepared to write a 350-500 word essay on “How should schools address bullying (including cyber bullying)? Due March 31, 2017. For more information please refer to the address below for further information.