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WHY SPROTT SHAW

  • Smaller class sizes
  • Hands-on training
  • Monthly intakes
  • No wait list
  • 100+ programs
  • Upgrading included
  • Job search assistance
  • 13 locations

HIGH SCHOOL GRANTS

Sprott Shaw offers up to $4000* towards your program of choice. This is available to all BC High School graduates who start a Sprott Shaw program within 1 year of graduation.

*Conditions may apply. Grant amounts are based on the program length by number of weeks.

For a complete list of program descriptions see A-Z program list.

To apply for the grant: download the application package.

IN THE NEWS

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Sprott Shaw College had a great time at the first ever Victoria Teen Expo, held Saturday, April 27th at the Pearkes Recreation Centre. Our high school liaison Gemma Wilson along with our Junior Marketing Assistant Jennifer H. kept busy meeting teens from the area and getting the kids excited to for entering our hourly Power Hour draw to win a Starbucks card or iTunes card.

Winner Tessa V. is pictured (left photo) with her Starbucks card.

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Congratulations to Bill L. of Moscrop Secondary School for winning our High School Facebook Contest. Bill was presented his $50.00 Best Buy gift card by our High School Liason, Gemma Wilson.

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Josephine had been looking for her next step in life since she graduated from high school last summer. After consulting her sister, a current Sprott Shaw student who is “loving what she is learning and doing with her life”, Josephine decided to apply for a scholarship to the Medical Office Assistant Program.

Josephine has now taken charge of changing her life. She was the recipient of a $4,000 Sprott Shaw grant and began her studies on April 8, 2013.

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