Scholarships and Awards
Canadian Scholarships from private and Governmental Organizations
Facebook Artificial Intelligence Montreal Lab Scholarship
With the support of Facebook Artificial Intelligence Montreal Lab, two scholarships with a value of $5000 each to be awarded to students registered in an undergraduate or a graduate degree program. Preference is given to students registered in programs with a focus on computer science, computer engineering, neuroscience, software engineering, statistics/mathematics.
Jackie Robinson Biomedical Engineering Scholarship
A collaboration between the BASF Board of Directors, Reparerx Therapeutics, the creation of the Jackie Robinson Biomedical Engineering Scholarship will award $5000 renewable to students in good academic standing, enrolled full-time in the final year of an undergraduate or a graduate degree program, and who would be interested in completing a work term within Reparerx Therapeutics. Preference is given to students registered in programs with a biomedical focus such as biochemistry, cell biology, molecular biology, genetics, pharmacology, and certain areas of chemistry.
The Jackie Robinson Health Sciences/Nursing Scholarship
The Jackie Robinson Health Sciences/Nursing Scholarship will award $3000 non-renewable to a student who is currently pursuing full-time studies in a health sciences or nursing program at a CEGEP.
The Jackie Robinson Graduate Scholarship
The Jackie Robinson Graduate Scholarship will award $3000 non-renewable to a student who is in the final year of an undergraduate program in Arts & Sciences at a Canadian University & who has been accepted into a Graduate Program.
The Jackie Robinson Undergraduate Scholarship
The Jackie Robinson Undergraduate Scholarship will award $3000 non-renewable to students who are currently pursuing full-time studies in an undergraduate program.
The Jackie Robinson Entrance Scholarship
The Jackie Robinson Entrance Scholarship, will award $3000 non-renewable to a student who has recently graduated from a CEGEP program and who has been accepted into an undergraduate program at a recognized university.
Council of Caribbean Association Canada Bursary Program
The Bursary program is to encourage and assist youth from Caribbean countries who are currently resident in Ontario to pursue their educational goals at the university or college level. n 2021, eight (8) bursaries will be awarded. Six (6) sponsored by Grace Foods Canada Inc., one of Canada’s leading suppliers of Ethnic Foods, and Canada’s top brand for Caribbean Food & Drink; and two (2) “Loved Ones” Bursaries. The Loved Ones Bursaries are named in honour of individuals who are being recognized for their contribution to the CCAC and/or the Caribbean Community and. This year’s Loved Ones’ Bursaries are in honour of Gideon Exeter and Elroy Joseph. The value of each bursary is CDN $1,000.00 and is to be used towards full courses of study leading to a first diploma or first degree.
FYI 2021 SCHOLARSHIP
Since 2005, FYI's Scholarship Program has given over $136,000+ to 86 youth. The FYI Scholarship program, now in its 16th year, is in commemoration of Jamal Hemmings and Amon Beckles, Toronto youth who were lost to gun violence in November 2005. Jamal and Amon were participants in FYI’s daily programs and will be remembered for their positive, vibrant personalities and dance skills. The FYI Scholarship Program supports our community’s youth towards a brighter future through funding support for various forms of education including: college, university, training, trades, and certificate programs.
Investing in Our Diversity Scholarship
The Investing in Our Diversity Scholarship (IIOD)Program gives funds to students, 29 years or younger to cover tuition fees and school-related expenses for full-time postsecondary education or training In addition to providing scholarship funding for post-secondary education or training, everyone who applies for and receives an IIOD scholarship will:
• Participate in personal enrichment sessions
• Gain connections to networks and affiliated partnerships
• Get access to job postings and job readiness support
LSAT Bursary Program
The BLSA Osgoode LSAT Bursary Program aims at increasing the representation of black identifying individuals in the legal profession by strengthening the candidacy of law school applicants from the community. The bursary will be awarded to students who posses a strong interest in the legal education, require financial assistance and have showed a commitment to community involvement.
Frank & Betty Woodhams Memorial Scholarship
The Frank & Betty Woodhams Memorial Scholarship commenced in 2008. The scholarship amount varies from year to year, according to the return received on the capital investments however, the annual award usually averages $2700.
This scholarship will be awarded to an applicant who is enrolled full-time in either a Computer Science or Mathematics programme, fulfilling all other requirements as required for all Mensa scholarships.