Scholarships And Student Grants: Indigenous Truth and Reconciliation Scholarship
Indigenous Truth and Reconciliation Scholarship
In the spirit of reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples in Canada, Sprott Shaw is committed to honouring the calls to action identified by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. As part of this commitment, Sprott Shaw is offering a full scholarship available annually to two non-sponsored First Nations, Métis or Inuit identified persons.
Submission by a 300-word written essay. This scholarship cannot be combined with existing Band Funding.
Application Deadline: July 31st
All awards, grants and scholarships are subject to our Grant and Scholarship Terms and Conditions.
All awards, grants and scholarships (with the exception of the Military Grant, Since 1903 High School Scholarship and RJ Sprott Award), will be selected by the awarding committee, which will sit the first week of August each year.
All applicants can start writing the essay using the following phrase “I believe I am a suitable applicant for this award because…”
Successful applicants are required to commence their program within six months of being notified.
Program Prerequisites required. It should be noted that students who have already started in a program will still be considered for the award if their application was submitted to the committee prior to their start date.
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