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This bursary is directed at female students who have demonstrated financial need. The amount of this bursary varies from year to year.
A $100 award will be presented to a graduate of the ASE- WST or RSP program who has successfully completed the practicum component of the program. This student must have either found or be actively seeking paid employment, volunteer work experience or be planning to further their education by entering a different program at NWCC or another academic institution.
Through donations to the NWCC Endowment Fund, co-workers established this $500 award when Brian retired from NWCC after 28 years as the Registrar. During these years Brian demonstrated a committement to students and was instrumental in establishing the Endowment Fund and Bursary program. This award is to recognize success in the first semester of year by a full time, fee paying student who is having difficulty funding their education.
This award is available to NWCC students enrolled in the Electrical Foundations program or ACE-IT Electrical Foundations.
This $500 award is offered to a student enrolled in Professional Cook Level 2. In late May, the Professional Cook Program instructors slelect a recipient. The award is released to the recipient at the beginning of Professional Cook Level 3.
Northwest Community College is pleased to offer a bursary valued at $350, made possible by generous donations from NWCC staff. To apply, complete the Bursary Application form and submit to your local campus registration staff by the application deadline.
NWCC is pleased to offer 5 scholarships valued at $2000 each to students enrolled in academic programs. Selection will be based on a combination of academic excellence and community involvement.
An annual award of $200 is made available to mark Lucille Sutherland's many and enduring contributions to the Credit Union Foundation. This bursary is available to students in vocational or technial programs.
This $500 scholarship is made available through donations from family and friends in the memory of Don Anderson, President of Northwest Community College from 1989 to 1994. Selection will be based on the highest Grade Point Average attained in the first semester of those students who apply or are nominated for notable dedication to the College or their program.
Dr Ed Harrison served as a member of the NWCC Board of Directors. This bursary in his name was created to encourage students to carry onto their second year of studies. The recipient of this award has shown promise while successfully completing their first year of studies. The second year enrolments are confirmed prior to this award being paid out.