The following regional scholarship awards are also open to graduating Peel board students to support their post-secondary plans in Canada. Application packages are posted starting in January each year. Check back regularly for updates.
To access a broad range of Ontario scholarships, visit Ontario Scholarships.
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Black Foundation of Community Networks (BFCN)
BCFN is a local non-profit organization aiming to empower both individuals and family units, with the ability and knowledge to access available resources from established groups within the community. Please visit the following site to access a directory of scholarships.
BFCN 2019 Scholarship Directory
Canadian Federation of University Women (Mississauga)
CFUW (Mississauga) awards four scholarships valued at $2,000 each to outstanding female graduating students attending a Mississauga secondary school. Students must complete an application package and submit it to their guidance department. One student from each school is chosen from the applications submitted and that application is forwarded to the CFUW (Mississauga) selection committee. Application forms are available in the Guidance department of each secondary school in February. Scholarship recipients are notified in June. For more information, visit www.cfuwmississauga.ca.
Canadian Hearing Society Scholarship
This scholarship is available to Deaf and hard of hearing Canadian residents, 17 years of age or older attending an accredited post-secondary educational institution. Scholarship awards are $3,000 a year for full-time students and $1,000 a year for part-time students. Don't miss out! The deadline is May 20, 2020 at 4 p.m. APPLY NOW at chs.ca/scholarships.
2020 CHS National Scholarship Application Form for First-Time Applicants
Canadian Scholarship Trust Consultants Scholarships (CST)
At C.S.T. Consultants Inc. (CST) we focus on growing and protecting the education savings of hundreds of thousands of Canadian families. Registered Education Savings Plans are our only business. Our mission is to advocate, develop, deliver and support solutions that will enable every Canadian resident to have sufficient financial resources to pursue post-secondary education
This program is aimed at those students whose parents/guardians do not have a post-secondary education or received their post-secondary education outside of Canada and those students are invited to apply for one of three $6,000 scholarships.
Clarkson Music Theatre Performing Arts Scholarship
The annual Clarkson Music Theatre Performing Arts Scholarship is a $1,000 Bursary awarded each year to a graduating student who is a Mississauga Resident, entering a post-secondary education, with proven and special ability in the Performing Arts and the intent to continue his/her studies in the Performing Arts (dance, music, acting, production). Visit Clarkson Music Theatre for more information.
Disability Credit Canada
The annual scholarship winner will be awarded $1,000 towards their tuition to an accredited Canadian post-secondary institution. The scholarship will be awarded to a Canadian high school student with a documented disability who is pursuing post-secondary education in the field of study in health care, criminal justice or community & social services at an accredited Canadian institution for the upcoming academic year.
Geotab - The Brandon Walli "Phones Down, Eyes Up" Memorial Scholarship
Eligible high school students include those who are graduating in 2020 and who have focused on Arts, Creative Arts, or Music in their secondary school studies and will continue to focus their studies in one of these areas at post-secondary. We are looking for students who also have community and volunteer experience. The value of the scholarship is $4000. Please visit this link for more details and the application package:
The 2019 Jamaican Canadian Association Scholarship
The Jamaican Canadian Association (JCA) is a registered non-profit organization committed to identifying and responding to the needs of the Caribbean/African community. This includes community outreach as well as responding to the educational needs of this community through the establishment of a Scholarship Program. The purpose of the Scholarshop Program is therefore to provide financial assistance to eligible students from the Carribean and African communities, who are pursuing a post-secondary studies in Ontario universities or colleges.
The minimum award value of each available scholarshop is $1,000.
Please visit https://jcaontario.org/scholarship/ for deadline details and the application package.
Jean Lumb Award
The 22nd annual Jean Lumb Awards are presented to seven outstanding students who have achieved excellence in: academics, athletics, the arts, community services, defence of the environment, dignity of life and innovation. Students must be enrolled full-time in any grade in a high school or secondary school in Canada, be of Chinese heritage and either Canadian citizens or permanent residents.
For more information visit the website
Lloyd Carr Harris Scholarship Award
This scholarship is awarded annually to a graduating student registered in Business or Commerce studies at a Canadian University. The award will be for $5,000 towards the first year's tuition.
Lloyd Carr Harris Application
Lloyd Skeen Memorial Scholarship
This award is open to black students (ie. members of the African Diaspora) in the Peel District School Board who wish to pursue full-time post-secondary studies in the field of aviation or directly related to the field of aviation.
Merdian's Commitment to Communities Sean Jackson Scholarship
Are you an Ontario High School student making a positive impact within your community through innovation and initiative? If so, apply for the Meridian’s Commitment to Communities Sean Jackson Scholarship. You could be awarded $10,000 to help reach your educational goals! Simply visit www.meridiancu.ca/scholarship for full details and to apply online! Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Mississauga Chapter of Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO)
The Mississauga Chapter of Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO) is pleased to offer scholarships in the amount of up to $1,000 for the university study term. Applications will be accepted from grade 12 students enrolled at any high school in the City of Mississauga who will be attending an engineering faculty at an Ontario university accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB). For application information, visit www.peo-mc.ca.
Muslim Scholarship Fund
The Muslim Scholarship Fund is open to all graduating students regardless of religion. Since 2009, 24 students have benefited from this award. This $1000 award is open to all students, regardless of religion and seeks to recognize those who, in addition to being outstanding students, work to alleviate the situation of the less privileged in their communities. For more information, email email@example.com.
Muslim Scholarship Fund Application
Ontario Road Builders (ORBA)
ORBA is now accepting applications for its Civil Engineering and Civil Technology Scholarships. ORBA Scholarships are aimed at promoting entry into the road building industry and gives the winners a prime opportunity to network with industry leaders and be recognized at ORBA's Annual Convention and AGM, which will be held on February 4-5, 2019 at the Westin Harbour Castle, Toronto.
Two scholarships are being offered to students finishing high school and entering their first year at an Ontario university or college. ORBA's Education Committee is looking for students who are enthusiastic about the road building industry and the impact that they can make when they enter the workforce.
Application forms and more information on the scholarship are available here.
Southside Shuffle Student Scholarship Award
The Board of the Southside Shuffle Blues and Jazz Festival recognizes the importance of continued education and the vital role that student volunteers contribute to the annual success of the Festival. Students add a wonderful mix to our multi-dimensional mix of volunteers and add a youthful presence to our volunteer team.
We are pleased to support an annual Southside Shuffle Scholarship to be awarded to a student that demonstrates a high degree of accomplishment both academically and in community involvement and volunteering. Applicants must have volunteered with the Southside Shuffle for a minimum of two years.
Stacey Levitt Memorial Award- Parachute
The Stacey Levitt Memorial Award was created in memory and celebration of Stacey's life by her family through Parachute. This annual high school student award encourages Canadian youth to embody Stacey's qualities, ideals and Parachute's overarching goal of a long life lived to the fullest while maintaining an approach that is rooted in risk management and injury prevention. The Levitt family awards each year's selected recipient $2,500 in funding to help them live their life to the fullest. The award could be put towards an educational endeavour, engagement in sports, or investment in a travel experience – all pursuits that would have resonated with Stacey.
Online application available on our website:
Teachers Life scholarship and bursary award opportunities are open to children, grandchildren and spouse/partner of active Teachers Life policyholders. Awards range in value from $1,000 up to $12,000 for a full scholarship. The J. F. Allen Scholarship, Teachers Life Bursary and the Hall & Hall Education Awards are aimed at students who exemplify excellence, achievement and involvement in their school and community. To view additional info on our company and award information, please visit our website.
The Dream Never Dies Foundation
Please visit the www.thedreamneverdies.org for more information about the different scholarships offered by this organization.
The Zach Sutherland and Kaya Firth Resiliency Scholarship
The 2019 Resiliency Scholarship is an education award of $2500 for post-secondary education pursued at the university, college or apprenticeship level. It is open to youth who have demonstrated resiliency despite facing loss and adversity in their lives.
Please visit https://choose2beresilient.com/how-to-apply/ for more information.
WJ Wood Award
The WJ Wood Award was established in 1985 to honour the contribution by Wilf J. Wood to the education of youngsters in Peel. The award is given annually to a student who shows outstanding ability and aptitude in vocational secondary school programs. (Schools will nominate candidates).