Students must be 17-25 to be eligible; they must demonstrate leadership qualities while involved in community development projects; they are a resident in Southwestern Ontario or an Owner of Libro Credit Union; other requirements/restrictions apply.
This scholarship program was designed to recognize and encourage education excellence. The CN Diversity Scholarship program will offer monetary grants to best-in-class women, military veterans and students of aboriginal heritage, who are studying in fields specific to CN’s core business; Engineering, Transportation, Sales and Marketing, Human Resources, Aboriginal Studies & Law and Accounting and Finance. http://jobs.cn.ca/en/CanadianScholarships.sn
Kin Canada Bursaries is the 2nd largest non-corporate provider of bursaries in Canada.
Only for full-time students (either just entering from high school, or already attending post-secondary).
Evaluated based on community and school involvement, knowledge of Kin Canada and financial need. http://www.kincanada.ca/bursaries