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The Social Service Worker Bursary is for full or part time students enrolled in the SSW certificate or diploma program at any NWCC campus.
The Spectra Energy Bursary is for full time students enrolled in the trades programs; Electrical, Millwright, Enhance Welding and Heavy Mechancial Foundations at any NWCC campus.
Established by Robin Austin, MLA for Skeena in memorial of Stacy Campbell who overcame many challenges to complete a Bachelor of Social Work degree. She started her studies at Northwest Community College and went on the complete her degree at the University of Northern British Columbia. This $500 is available to a Social Service Worker student within the Skeena riding.
One scholarship of $1000 per year will be available to students in Trades Programs
The purpose of the Vancouver Foundation Bursary Program is to assist full-time students who have identified vocational or academic objectives. This award is open to any female student with financial need who is enrolled full time and who is in good academic standing. The amount of this bursary varies each year.
One annual $1,750 award is available to a woman who wishes to further her education.
NWCC’s Bursary Committee will review the applications and disburse the funds as per the following guidelines.
The following awards from an endowment established by Terrace campus faculty, students and project revenue are available to students entering Automotive, Carpentry, Electrical, Heavy Duty, Industrial Mechanic (Millwright), Commercial Transport Repair, or Welding at the Terrace Campus in the Fall.
The First Nations Council of Women of Terrace has established a $300 annual award in memory of Vera Henry who was a member of the Traditional Council of the First Nations Council of Women. The award will be presented to an Aboriginal woman enrolled full-time in Career and College Preparation or a post-secondary program at the Terrace Campus of Northwest Community College. The recipient must demonstrate goal orientation, leadership and commitment to the well being of Aboriginal women and their families (social-economically, politically, culturally or spiritually).