Scholarships/Bursaries

For your information below is a list of many Scholarships and Bursaries with applications or links to website on how to apply. 

Scholarships & Bursary Listings

Scholarships & Bursaries to assist with your educational goals.

Scholarship & Bursary websites

Scholarships/Bursaries/Awards


WFN & Sudbury Integrated Nickel Operations Scholarship Fund

Both Wahnapitae First Nations (WFN) and Sudbury Integrated Nickel Operations (Sudbury INO), a Glencore Company, believe in the importance of a good education for Community members for the betterment of both Wahnapitae First Nation and operations in the Sudbury area.

Sudbury INO, through a formal agreement with WFN in 2008, has sponsored an annual scholarship fund to support post-secondary education and training programs. The scholarship fund is aimed at assisting community members of WFN to pursue careers in the mining related and mineral processing related fields.


Waubetek 2019 Student Bursary Business Educational Award

The Waubetek Business Development Corporation student bursary was launched in 2003 to assist Aboriginal post-secondary students. This bursary is intended to aid the Aboriginal student enrolled in a Business, Accounting or Economic related program.

To be eligible: the application and supporting documents are to be received by Waubetek Business Development Corporation by: 4:30 p.m. EST on February 1, 2019.

Completed application package MUST contain:

  • FULLY completed application form
  • COPY of your most recent transcripts
  • LETTER of support from a Professor or Instructor, or from an Aboriginal owned business.
  • 300 word Essay on Economic Development
  • Head shot photo
  • Certificate of Indian Status card

CLICK HERE for the Waubetek 2019 Student Business Educational Award Poster

CLICK HERE for the application to apply


Gordon Roque Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 2001 in memory of Mr. Gordon Roque, for his contributions to the Wahnapitae First Nation community. The primary purpose of this scholarship is to financially assist individuals in fulfilling their aspirations. Scholarships will be awarded to individuals committed to the
advancement and improvement of the quality of life for Native peoples.

SCHOLARSHIP DETAILS:

Two Gordon Roque scholarships, each worth $500 will be awarded to Aboriginal students enrolled in postsecondary
school programs.

Each scholarship is awarded for one year. For scholarship recipients to continue to receive an annual scholarship after the first year, they must re-apply annually.


Post Secondary Student Support

Get the support you need through The Glenn Crombie Centre for Student Support

To access disability-related services at Cambrian College, please bring:

  • Your recent IPRC or Individualized Education Plan (IEP)
  • Any psycho-educational assessment
  • Relevant medical reports