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Techsploration is thrilled to offer a number of scholarships for the 2019-2020 post-secondary school year! Techsploration scholarships and bursaries provide financial support for Techsploration alumnae and young women in Nova Scotia who attend Techsploration schools.
Please contact Emily Boucher at email@example.com should you have any questions regarding the application process.
Please note that applications are currently open for the following scholarship:
NSCC Foundation Techsploration Award for Women in Trades and Technology – Deadline is July 5, 2019
The following scholarships are now closed for applications:
Other scholarship links:
Canadian National (CN): Offers grants to support the post-secondary education of women, military veterans and people of Aboriginal heritage in Canada.
Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada: An extensive database of information about scholarships and exchange programs for all students.
International Council For Canadian Studies: Site contains info about ICCS awards, scholarships, and ICCS programs.
National Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada: Offers awards to help undergraduate students gain research experience in an industrial setting, to stimulate their interest in research in the natural sciences and engineering, and to encourage the students to undertake graduate studies in these fields.
Yconic.com: Scholarships, bursaries, student awards as well as peer-to-peer supports for students.
Canadian Engineering Memorial Foundation: Offers scholarships to Canadian women studying engineering in Canada.
SchoolFinder: A searchable database of scholarships and awards by name, school or field of study
The Project Management Institute Nova Scotia Chapter Scholarship: Awards $2,500 (US) to Nova Scotian students pursuing a career in project management.
Shell Canada Scholarships: Offers scholarships to students pursuing university degrees or college diplomas in certain disciplines. Shell and Indspire are also offering scholarship and bursaries to Aboriginal students in communities near Shell operations.