Scholarships, Awards and Bursaries
A map, some money, and the future of Manitoba.
At Career Trek we are fond of saying that our programming helps to take the “guessing” out of the game of choosing an education and career path. Our programming provides students with the map that helps them to reach their goals. Maps alone, however, are not always enough. Sometimes you need money. That is why Career Trek is committed to support young Manitobans and help connect them with financial resources that can assist them on their journey.
What are some of the financial resources that you can take advantage of?
Career Trek Graduate Scholarships
Career Trek Graduates and Junior Staff Mentors (from all programs and regions) – these are for you! If you are a graduate from any Career Trek program, enrolled in a post-secondary program (or planning to enroll) and meet the other requirements listed in the application, you are encouraged to apply.
Career Trek scholarship are currently closed. Stay tuned for early 2020, when all scholarships will be announced.
Bursaries are primarily based upon financial need. These are for students who may need some assistance to help pay for school. Bursary applications may ask you to estimate your expenses and budget for the year, in order to show why you need financial assistance.
Explore bursary options at your post-secondary institution by clicking below:
Scholarships & Awards
Scholarships are primarily based upon achievement (academic, athletic, or otherwise). Awards usually involve multiple criteria such as academic achievement, demonstrated financial need and school or community involvement. Many scholarships and awards go un-awarded every year because students don’t bother to apply. Remember you miss 100% of the shots you don’t take. Check out the links below to find scholarships and awards that you can apply for!
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Third Party Scholarships
This Third Party Scholarship List includes external awards, scholarships and bursaries that may be of interest to students who are applying for or currently attending post-secondary. This list contains scholarships through various organizations (public, private and non-profit). Read all information carefully, note deadlines and if questions arise, contact the organization listed.
Note: This list is not a complete guide of all funding sources, but hopefully it will get you thinking about how to fund your post-secondary education and provide some relevant options!
Have a question? Please contact:
Danielle Hollinger, Education Savings Coordinator
T: 204-944-1800 ext. 154