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If anyone knows of other scholarships bursaries tuition waivers or awards available to children in and. from government care on Vancouver Island that should be included in this guide please contact. FPSS Foster Parent Support Services Society at admin fpsss com or 1 888 922 8437. D TABLE OF CONTENTS, BC Federation of Foster Parent Association Bursaries 4. Youth Education Assistance Fund YEAF 4, BCIT Youth in Care Skilled Trades Tuition Waiver 4. Federation of Community Social Services of BC Youth Education Bursary 5. Canada Post Aboriginal Education Incentive Awards 6. Federation of Youth in Care Networks of BC Dream Fund 6. RBC Aboriginal Student Awards Program 6,University of Victoria Bursary 7. Vancouver Island University Tuition Waiver 8,Agreements with Young Adults AYA 8. Ken Dryden Scholarship 8,University of British Columbia Tuition Waiver 9.
Simon Fraser University Tuition Waiver 9, Nicola Valley Institute of Technology Tuition Waiver 10. Howard Legacy Youth Fund 11,Langara College Youth in Care Bursary 12. Public Guardian and Trustee Educational Assistance Fund 12. Aboriginal Affairs Northern Development Canada PSSSP 14. Public Post Secondary Education in British Columbia 15. BC FEDERATION OF FOSTER PARENT ASSOCIATION BURSARIES. The General Scholarship Fund, BCFFPA occasionally received funds from donors that they request to be put toward scholarships for children and youth who were formerly. in care The Board of Directors has outlined a General Scholarship Fund into which we can place donations from these generous donors. Unless directed to do otherwise scholarships will be distributed under the name of the donor s until the funds are expended One bursary. will be distributed annually to any youth who is or has been in the care of the Ministry and wants to pursue further education. The Maurice Graydon Bursaries, The Maurice Graydon Bursaries which are awarded annually have been established for youth currently and formerly in care who wish to. continue their education,The William Curtis Memorial Fund Bursary.
The William Curtis Memorial Fund which is awarded annually has been established for youth currently and formerly in care who wish to. continue their education,Applications are accepted in May of each year. For more information and to access the applications visit http bcfosterparents ca bursaries. or contact the BCFFPA Office at 1 800 663 9999,YOUTH EDUCATION ASSISTANCE FUND YEAF. The Youth Education Assistance Fund YEAF makes a difference in the lives of young adults who have spent time in the care of the Ministry. of Children and Family Development or a delegated Aboriginal agency. YEAF provides grants to 19 to 24 year olds attending university college a university college an institute or designated private school The. YEAF grant amount is currently up to 5 500, Approved applicants will receive a grant cheque from the Victoria Foundation You can apply once a year up to a maximum of four years or. until you turn 24 The money you receive can be used for tuition books or living expenses This is a non refundable taxable grant You will. get a T4A form for your taxes You can apply and receive funds at any time during the education year. To receive the grant you must be attending a designated post secondary school The institution does not have to be in BC A designated. post secondary school is an accredited school that has been approved by the Ministry of Advanced Education. You must be registered in courses that are part of a program leading to a degree diploma or certificate This includes academic vocational. and trade programs The program must be at least 12 weeks in length You will have at least 60 per cent of a full time course load or 40 per. cent if you have a permanent disability, The YEAF endowment fund is made possible by a partnership between the Ministry of Children and Family Development the Ministry of. Advanced Education and the Victoria Foundation, For more information and to access the application visit http www mcf gov bc ca yeaf index htm.
BCIT YOUTH IN CARE SKILLED TRADES TUITION WAIVER,Description. The BCIT Youth in Care Skilled Trades Tuition Waiver Program will provide up to five 5 students who grew up in the BC care system and. are currently enrolled in or students accepted to enter BCIT in one of the top 10 skilled trades programs offered by BCIT see Appendix 1. with tuition waivers Tuition waivers apply only towards the completion of a first certificate or. diploma at BCIT,What Does the Tuition Waiver Cover. The Tuition waiver covers the costs of program tuition BCIT student association activity and health dental fees other fees and lab. Page 4 A Guide to Scholarships Bursaries Tuition Waivers Awards Available to Children in and from Government Care on Vancouver Island FPSS Society September 2014. material or certification fees,Who is Eligible, To be eligible for the BCIT Youth in Care Skilled Trades Tuition Waiver Program individuals must be a resident of BC who is living or has lived. a significant part of their life as a youth in care in BC as defined by the Child Family and Community Service Act CFCSA. A Continuing Custody Order pursuant to sections 41 1 d 42 2 4 d or 7 or 49 4 5 or 10 a for a minimum of one year. An Agreement with Youth pursuant to section 12 2 of the Act. A Transfer of Custody Order pursuant to section 54 1 of the Act. If applicants are unsure whether they meet any of the above criteria they should contact their former social worker any Ministry of. Children and Family Development office or any delegated Aboriginal agency for clarification. In addition applicants must meet the following criteria. Be at least 18 years of age, Be in receipt of a BCIT offer of acceptance into program. Be in need of financial assistance priority will be given to students receiving government student loan and or grant funding through the. province of BC, Meet with an Advisor in the Student Financial Aid and Awards department.
Complete and sign this BCIT Youth in Care Skilled Trades Tuition Waiver Program Application form including the Declaration and Release. of Information Consent form, Upon applicant consent BCIT will verify the applicant s eligibility with the Ministry of Children and Family Development office or any. delegated Aboriginal agency, For more information and to access the application visit http www bcit ca files finaid pdf youthincarewaiver pdf. or contact the Stephanie Williams at 604 456 8136 or stephanie williams bcit ca. For information on Financial Aid at the British Columbia Institute of Technology visit http www bcit ca finaid. FEDERATION OF COMMUNITY SOCIAL SERVICES OF BC,YOUTH EDUCATION BURSARY. The Youth Education Bursary assists young people that are or have been in care and want to pursue a career in social health or education. services Bursaries support students with the financial costs of tuition books and supplies for post secondary academic technical or. vocational training or academic upgrading, The Youth Education Bursary was established by Federation members in 2009 as a way to help address recruitment and retention issues in. the sector as a way of encouraging and supporting young people to develop a career in our sector The bursary program supports young. people 25 or younger who either are or have been in care and who want to pursue post secondary education towards a career in the. social services health or education fields Students are welcome to apply over multiple years as we share a long term interest in their. studies and development into social service professionals. In its first year the bursary program supported five young people with financial support for tuition books and supplies as well as several. computers In 2010 the program grew to support 23 youth who received financial awards ranging from 250 to 2000 This program is. possible because of the generosity of Federation members and agencies and people like you who believe in the value of post secondary. education See below for information about contributing and supporting the Bursary Program. Bursary Eligibility, 1 You are currently in care or a former youth in care in BC This includes being under a continuing custody order CCO temporary custody.
order TCO Voluntary Care Agreement or Special Needs Agreement or Youth Agreement under British Columbia s Child Family and. Community Services Act Only those who have been in care in BC are eligible to apply. 2 You are a Canadian Citizen or a Landed Immigrant. 3 You are 25 years of age or under at the time of application. 4 You are currently planning to enroll in a post secondary academic technical or vocational program in a recognized public post secondary. institution, A Guide to Scholarships Bursaries Tuition Waivers Awards Available to Children in and from Government Care on Vancouver Island FPSS Society September 2014 Page 5. 5 Your education will lead to a career in Social Services Health Education or Social Justice. For more information and to access the application visit http fcssbc ca about youth bursary or email info fcssbc ca. CANADA POST ABORIGINAL EDUCATION INCENTIVE AWARDS, This unique awards program is part of Canada Post s Progressive Aboriginal Relations Program It s just one way Canada Post proudly shows. its commitment to making a difference in our communities and giving back to Aboriginal Canadians Aboriginal Link will manage candidates. applications to the Aboriginal Education Incentive Awards. For more information and to access the application visit http www canadapost ca cpo mc aboutus community aboriginaleducation. FEDERATION OF YOUTH IN CARE NETWORKS OF BC DREAM FUND. The Dream Fund bursaries offers financial support to young people interested in career training and or education opportunities We. distribute the Dream Fund to successful applicants three times a year. I Education Achievement Bursary provides young people with up to 2500 in funding for post secondary school per academic. year What makes this bursary unique is young people can use this for all accredited schools not just the usual designated. post secondary schools,Eligibility, 1 You are currently in care or a former youth in care either under a continuing custody order CCO or temporary custody order TCO. Voluntary Care Agreement or Special Care Agreement or Youth Agreement in B C under the Child Family and Community Services Act. 2 You are a Canadian Citizen or a Landed Immigrant. 3 You are 14 and over and under the age of 25, 4 You are currently enrolled or planning to enroll in a secondary post secondary academic technical or vocational program a recognized. public post secondary institution or a registered private post secondary institution. Note A list of registered private post secondary institutions in BC can be found on The Private Career Training Institutions Agency. PCTIA website www pctia bc ca, 5 Must have a cumulative total of 1 year in government care.
Reach for Success Bursary is 500 per year and can be used for a variety of workshops courses and other skill building activities. Examples of this include driver s lessons music lessons food safe fork lift certificate sports and recreation fees etc This bursary is not for. post secondary courses or programs,Eligibility, 1 You are currently in care or a former youth in care either under a continuing custody order CCO or temporary custody order TCO. Voluntary Care Agreement or Special Care Agreement or Youth Agreement in B C under the Child Family and Community Services Act. 2 You are a Canadian Citizen or a Landed Immigrant. 3 You are 14 and over and under the age of 25, 4 You are currently enrolled or are planning to enroll in a personal or professional development course or activity. 5 Must have a cumulative total of 1 year in government care. For more information and to access the application visit http fbcyicn ca programs education dream fund. or contact the Sam Pothier at 1 800 565 8055 or sam pothier fbcyicn ca. RBC ABORIGINAL STUDENT AWARDS PROGRAM, The RBC Aboriginal Student Awards Program was launched in 1992 to assist Aboriginal students to complete post secondary education and. Page 6 A Guide to Scholarships Bursaries Tuition Waivers Awards Available to Children in and from Government Care on Vancouver Island FPSS Society September 2014. provide an opportunity for RBC to strengthen its relationship with the Aboriginal community Selected students are awarded up to 4 000. each academic year for two to four years to use towards tuition textbooks supplies and living expenses. RBC awards 10 scholarships in two categories, For students majoring in disciplines related to the financial services industry. For students majoring in disciplines unrelated to the financial services industry. We also consider scholarship recipients who are interested in careers in financial services for summer and post graduate employment. Who is Eligible, You are eligible to apply to the RBC Aboriginal Student Awards Program if you are a Status Indian a Non status Indian Inuit or M tis and.
meet these criteria,You are a permanent resident or citizen of Canada. You have applied or are currently attending an accredited post secondary institution in Canada. You maintain a full course load that leads to a recognized degree certificate or diploma. You have at least two years remaining in post secondary academic program as of September 2014. You require financial assistance to pursue your education. If you are already receiving partial funding from other sources you may still apply to the RBC Aboriginal Student Awards Program to cover. additional educational and living expenses, Indian as defined in Section 2 1 of the Indian Act. How it Works, Applications and supporting documents are to be received by RBC by11 59 pm EST on February 28th of each year If selected the applicant. must provide proof of her his acceptance to university or college and eligible status by July 31. How it Works, You will receive up to 4 000 per academic year for educational and living expenses for two to four years. How Award Recipients are Selected, A committee of Aboriginal academics and RBC representatives review all completed applications and makes the final selection of the award.
recipients primarily based on personal and academic achievements and individual financial need Successful applicants are notified of the. committee s decision by May 30 of each year All decisions of the committee are final. For more information and to access the application visit http www rbc com careers aboriginal student awards html. UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA YOUTH IN CARE TUITION AWARD. Up to five awards are given to students in their first undergraduate degree program To be eligible for this award students must. demonstrate financial need and be a resident of British Columbia who is living or has lived as a youth in care in British Columbia under one. of the following conditions as defined by the Child Family and Community Service Act CFCSA. a Continuing Custody Order pursuant to sections 41 1 d 42 2 4 d or 7 or 49 4 5 or 10 a of the Act for a minimum of one year. an Agreement with Youth pursuant to section 12 2 of the Act. a Transfer of Custody Order pursuant to section 54 1 of the Act. The award covers up to 8 terms of funding or the terms required for completion of a first degree whichever comes first to cover actual. tuition costs excluding mandatory fees Students who transfer to UVic from a university or college to complete their first undergraduate. degree and meet all eligibility criteria will be considered for the award Applicants must submit the application form including the Release. of Information consent form required to confirm eligibility to Student Awards and Financial Aid by the application deadline of June 30. For more information and to access the application visit http www uvic ca registrar safa bursaries index php. For information on Financial Aid at the University of Victoria visit http www uvic ca registrar safa. A Guide to Scholarships Bursaries Tuition Waivers Awards Available to Children in and from Government Care on Vancouver Island FPSS Society September 2014 Page 7. VANCOUVER ISLAND UNIVERSITY YOUTH IN CARE TUITION WAIVER PROGRAM. Vancouver Island University VIU offers the Youth in Care Tuition Waiver Program to eligible students who have grown up in the care. system in British Columbia,WHO IS ELIGIBLE, To be eligible for this Program students must be a resident of British Columbia who is living or has lived as a youth in care in British. Columbia under one of the following conditions as defined by the Child Family and Community Service Act CFCSA. a Continuing Custody Order pursuant to sections 41 1 d 42 2 4 d or 7 or 49 4 5 or 10 a of the Act for a minimum of one year. an Agreement with Youth pursuant to section 12 2 of the Act. a Transfer of Custody Order pursuant to section 54 1 of the Act. If students are not aware whether they meet any of the above criteria they should contact their former social worker or any Ministry of. Children and Family Development office or any delegated Aboriginal agency for help. Students must complete and sign the Release of Information consent form and submit with their completed application. For more information and to access the application visit http www2 viu ca financialaid applications asp TuitionWaiver. For information on Financial Aid at Vancouver Island University visit http www2 viu ca financialaid. AGREEMENTS WITH YOUNG ADULTS AYA, Agreements with Young Adults AYA is a new 5 million program supporting young people aged 19 to 24 transitioning out of care and into. Make a plan for your future, AYA provides financial assistance and support services to. Finish high school,Learn job and life skills,Attend college or university. Complete a rehabilitation program,Financial assistance includes.
Living expenses,Child care,Tuition fees,Health care. With support from social workers, Agreements with Young Adults will be offered in conjunction with an overall written plan taking into account your needs and goals as you. approach adulthood A social worker will be involved throughout the term of your agreement For more information go to any Ministry of. Children and Family Development office in your area. For more information and to access the application visit http www mcf gov bc ca youth aya htm. KEN DRYDEN SCHOLARSHIP, Ken Dryden Scholarships are awarded to select young people currently or formerly in the care of the Canadian child welfare system who. and is renewable annually, For more information and to access the application visit http youthincare ca work. demonstrate great achievement and promise Each scholarship covers up to 3 000 or 80 of the cost of tuition and fees whichever is less. A Guide to Scholarships Bursaries Tuition Waivers Awards Available to Children in and from Government Care on Vancouver Island FPSS Society September 2014. UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA TUITION WAIVERS FOR FORMER YOUTH IN CARE. The Youth in Care Tuition Waiver covers the cost of tuition for eligible students undergraduate studies The purpose of this waiver is to. reduce the financial cost of post secondary education for youth ageing out of care who might not otherwise be able to attend university. Effective September 2014 the waiver will cover full tuition for residents of BC who are currently living in care or who have lived as a Youth. in Care in BC,Definition of Youth in Care, As defined by the Child Family and Community Service Act youth in care is someone who is or currently has been one of the following.
Is in the continuing custody of the director under the Child Family and Community Service Act or a delegated Aboriginal agency for at. least one year, In the permanent custody of the Superintendent of Family and Child Service under the former Family and Child Service Act for at least. Under the guardianship of a director as referred to in the Family Law Act for at least one year. Under a Youth Agreement at their 19th birthday or, In the temporary care of the director under the Child Family and Community Service Act or a delegated Aboriginal agency for a. minimum period of three years between the ages of 12 and 19. Eligibility, Applicants for the waiver must have started post secondary education within five years of being in care and enroll in their first. undergraduate degree at UBC within an additional five years. You must be admitted to an eligible undergraduate degree program. Eligible programs Vancouver campus Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy. Bachelor of Applied Science Bachelor of Science in Agroecology. Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Science in Applied Biology. Bachelor of Business in Real Estate Bachelor of Science in Wood Products Processing. Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Science in Natural Resource Conservation. Bachelor of Dental Science Dental Hygiene Bachelor of Science in Food Nutrition and Health. Bachelor of Environmental Design Bachelor of Science in Global Resource Systems. Bachelor of Fine Arts Bachelor of Social Work, Bachelor of International Economics indicates a program with differentiated tuition. Bachelor of Kinesiology,Eligible programs Okanagan campus.
Bachelor of Media Studies,Bachelor of Applied Science. Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Sciences,Bachelor of Arts. Bachelor of Music,Bachelor of Fine Arts,Bachelor of Midwifery. Bachelor of Human Kinetics,Bachelor of Science,Bachelor of Management. Bachelor of Science in Forestry,Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
Bachelor of Science in Forestry Sciences,Bachelor of Science. Bachelor of Science in Nursing, For more information and to access the application visit http students ubc ca enrolment finances awards youth care. For information on Financial Aid at the University of British Columbia visit http students ubc ca enrolment finances financial advice. SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY YOUTH IN CARE TUITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM. Amount Awarded Equivalent of tuition and mandatory fees. If you are currently living as a youth in care or have lived as a youth in care as defined below in BC for at least 1 year you may be eligible to receive. an award up to the equivalent of tuition and mandatory fees towards the completion of your first undergraduate degree If eligible awards may be. renewable for up to a maximum of 10 terms or the completion of your first undergraduate degree whichever comes first. A maximum 5 awards are available each academic year to students entering Simon Fraser University. A Guide to Scholarships Bursaries Tuition Waivers Awards Available to Children in and from Government Care on Vancouver Island FPSS Society September 2014 Page 9. Definition of Youth in Care, In the continuing custody of the director under the Child Family and Community Service Act of a delegated Aboriginal agency. In the permanent custody of the Superintendent of Family and Child Service under former Family Child Service Act or. Under the guardianship of a director as referred to in the Family Law Act or Were in the temporary custody of the director under the Child Family. and Community service Act or a delegated Aboriginal agency or under a Youth Agreement at your 19th birthday or. Were in the temporary care of the director under the Child Family and Community Service Act or a delegated Aboriginal agency for a minimum. period of 3 years between the ages of 12 and 19,Eligibility. To apply for the Youth in Care Tuition Assistance Program you must. be currently living in care or have lived as a youth in care as defined above in BC for at least 1 year. be a resident of BC,have been admitted to SFU, must have started your post secondary education within 5 years of being in care.
must start classes at SFU within 5 years of initiating your post secondary education. must be enrolled full time i e in 9 or more units for the term. In addition to the above if you are selected for this program you must meet the following criteria. In collaboration with SFU Financial Aid and Awards establish a financial plan to address your other costs related to post secondary education. such as books and living expenses, meet with an SFU Academic Advisor to review your educational goals and preparedness and course selection. Renewal Criteria,To maintain your award you must,be enrolled full time i e in 9 or more units. have a CGPA of 2 00 and be in good academic standing. meet with an SFU Academic Advisor to review your course selection each term. meet with SFU Financial Aid and Awards to review your financial plan each term. maintain continued contact with the University and authority officials satisfactory to facilitate the administration of the program. For more information and to access the application visit http www sfu ca students financialaid youth in care assistance program html. For information on Financial Aid at Simon Fraser University visit https www sfu ca students financialaid html. NICOLA VALLEY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY TUITION WAIVER. NVIT s Youth in Care Tuition Waiver Program is open to both current and prospective NVIT learners across all programs courses being delivered at. either the NVIT Merritt or NVIT Vancouver Campus For the purpose of the program a youth in care is defined as an individual who is a resident of. British Columbia and is living or has lived as a youth in care in British Columbia under one of the following conditions as defined by the Child Family. and Community Service Act CFCSA, a Continuing Custody Order for a minimum of one year pursuant to sections 41 1 d 42 2 4 d or 7 or 49 4 5 or 10 a. an Agreement with Youth pursuant to section 12 2 or. a Transfer of Custody Order pursuant to section 54 1. If students are unsure whether they meet any of the above criteria they should contact their former social worker any Ministry of Children and. Family Development office or a delegated Aboriginal Child and Family services agency for help In addition to the above current and prospective. learners will be eligible if they meet the following criteria. submit a complete and signed Application for the Youth In Care Tuition Waiver and an Authorization for Release of Information to the Enrolment. Services Office, be at least 18 years of age during the academic year of study. demonstrate need for financial assistance, Page 10 A Guide to Scholarships Bursaries Tuition Waivers Awards Available to Children in and from Government Care on Vancouver Island FPSS Society September 2014.
have an offer of admission to NVIT for the upcoming semester in a program leading to the completion of a certificate diploma or undergraduate. degree OR be a continuing student maintaining a minimum GPA of 2 00 each semester and registered in a program leading to the completion of a. certificate diploma or undergraduate degree, provide evidence from a current or former agency worker of eligibility for the Youth in Care Tuition Waiver as a current or former youth in care in. the Province of British Columbia Within the Authorization for Release of Information NVIT will verify each student s eligibility with the Ministry of. Child and Family Development or a delegated Aboriginal Child and Family services agency. Students are required to meet with an NVIT Academic Planner to review educational goals and preparedness To book an appointment or for. more information call NVIT Merritt campus at 250 378 3300 NVIT Vancouver campus at 604 602 9555 or toll free at 1 877 682 3300. Terms of the Youth In Care Tuition Waiver include but may not be limited to the following. the waiver is not applicable to tuition for Community Education or Continuing Studies courses. the waiver applies only to the tuition fees for the course any other expenses necessary for participation in the course such as books supplies. Student Society fees lab fees UPASS BC fees theatre tickets equipment rental etc must be paid by the student. as a minimum number of tuition paying students are required in each course to enable it to be offered NVIT reserves the right to limit the. number of waivers admitted to a course under this policy and or to apply the regular course fees in high cost courses. all refunds are subject to the Refund of Fees Policy C 3 12. If approved NVIT will contact you to confirm your eligibility and details of funding NVIT reserves the right to change criteria based on funding. availability, For more information and to access the application visit http www nvit ca financialaidtuitionpaymentplansforstudentswithstudentloans htm. For information on Financial Aid at the Nicola Valley Institute of Technology visit http www nvit ca financialaiddocumentnew htm. HOWARD LEGACY YOUTH FUND, The Howard Legacy Youth Fund awards financial assistance to youth in or from government care who plan to pursue trade. vocational or academic programs If you know of a youth who might benefit from this bursary or if you would like to apply. yourself please review the eligibility requirements below to see if this opportunity is right for you The fund awards two 1000. bursaries per year,Bursary Structure, Applications will be accepted January 1 to March 31 2015. Bursary deadline is March 31 2015, Selection Committee will review applications April 1 to June 1 2015.
Recipients will be notified and awarded by June 15 2015. Eligibility Requirements, You are a current or former youth in care of the BC Ministry of Children Family Development MCFD or Delegated Aboriginal. You were formerly or are currently under a Continuing Custody Order CCO or Temporary Custody Order TCO Voluntary Care. Agreement or Special Care Agreement or Youth Agreement in B C under the Child Family and Community Services Act. You have experienced a minimum cumulative total of 1 year in government care. You are a BC resident,You are under 25 years of age. You are currently enrolled or planning to enroll in a trade vocational or academic program at an accredited BC institution. You have met the program entry requirements,Guidelines for Applicants. Confirmation of program registration will be required from award recipients prior to release of Bursary funds If award candi date. does not show confirmation of program registration within 18 months of bursary award notification then the award is forfeite d. A Guide to Scholarships Bursaries Tuition Waivers Awards Available to Children in and from Government Care on Vancouver Island FPSS Society September 2014 Page 11. AFABC staff board and their family members are not eligible to apply for this Bursary This restriction applies to AFABC co ntractors. and committee members as well Former staff and board are eligible to apply 12 months after their organizational role has. For more information and to access the application visit https www bcadoption com node 68856. or contact Yvonne at scholarships bcadoption com,LANGARA COLLEGE YOUTH IN CARE BURSARY. Eligibility Criteria, Is a resident of British Columbia who has received care from the Ministry of Children Family Development or a Designated.
Aboriginal Agency in one of the following ways through the Child Family and Community Service Act CFCSA. a continuing Custody Order pursuant to sections 41 1 d 42 2 4 d or 7 or 49 4 5 or 10 a of the Act for a minimum o f one. a Youth Agreement pursuant to section 12 2 of the Act. a Transfer of Custody Order pursuant to section 54 01 or 54 1 of the Act. If you are not aware whether you meet the above criteria please contact your former social worker any Ministry of Children and. Family Development office or any delegated Aboriginal Agency. Currently is or has been accepted as a Regular Studies student. Funding will be targeted to students completing their first academic credential or first bachelor degree program. Is enrolled in or will be enrolling in a minimum of a 60 courseload or 40 for students with disabilities. Is in Good Standing, If a returning student holds a cumulative GPA of 2 00 or higher. Has demonstrated financial need as per the Langara bursary formula. For the purpose of this bursary the Registrar defines a student in good standing as a person who. I is not on academic suspension or required to withdraw from all courses. II has not been suspended or expelled from the College for any reason. Students are required to apply for the Youth Education Assistance. If approved the Youth in Care Bursary will cover up to the total of tuition fees Material Lab Fees and the Capital Buildin g Legacy. Fees for the semester approved Langara reserves the right to prorate the bursary based on financial need of the applicant an d. available funding, For more information and to access the application visit http www langara bc ca student services financial aid bursaries youth in care html. For more information on Financial Aid at Langara College visit http www langara bc ca student services financial aid. PUBLIC GUARDIAN AND TRUSTEE EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE FUND. The Public Guardian and Trustee Educational Assistance Fund was established in June 1989 The Fund was derived from the generous. donations of three private benefactors The charitable intention of all three benefactors was to financially assist British Columbians in. pursuing educational development for their future careers In establishing the Fund the government of British Columbia has attempted to. reflect the charitable intentions of the original benefactors Since 1989 the Fund has provided annual bursaries to individuals who meet the. requirements of the terms of the trust document and demonstrate a strong desire to develop a future career path through their. educational goals, The purpose of the Fund as set out in the trust document is to assist any beneficiary selected under the provisions of the Trust to further. his or her educational goals whether academic or vocational provided that the bursary shall not be used as a sole means of support but. rather as a supplement to existing funding to cover shortfalls in fees books maintenance and or transportation which might otherwise. Page 12 A Guide to Scholarships Bursaries Tuition Waivers Awards Available to Children in and from Government Care on Vancouver Island FPSS Society September 2014. cause the individual affected to terminate his or her studies prematurely. In accordance with the trust document annual bursaries are awarded to individuals who are over the age of 19 years and have been. permanent wards of the Superintendent of Family and Child Service in the Ministry of Social Services and Housing or its successors and. who meet the criteria deemed appropriate by the Trustee. Successful applicants are awarded annual bursaries ranging in value up to a maximum of approximately 3 300 00 amount is indexed. annually with the cost of living, Applications are evaluated on the following criteria. 1 General Eligibility,An applicant must, be a former permanent ward of the Ministry of Social Services of British Columbia its predecessor or successor or have been in.
continuing custody of the British Columbia Ministry for Children and Family Development under the Child Family and Community. Services Act or predecessor laws, be at least 19 years of age as of the date studies commence. be a high school graduate or equivalent currently enrolled or planning to enroll in a post secondary academic technical or vocational. submit a completed current year application form, provide transcripts from the last year of school attended and. have other sources of funding for the educational year the bursary shall not be the sole means of support. Note Permanent ward or continuing custody means a child who by court order was placed in the permanent or continuing custody of the. Province of British Columbia The custody order terminated when the child attained the age of 19 years was married prior to attaining the. age of 19 years or the court cancelled the order prior to the child attaining the age of 19 years. 2 Financial Need,An applicant must, demonstrate a financial shortfall which might cause the individual to be unable to pursue their studies. demonstrate some means of financial support, demonstrate an inability to access additional means of financial support to make up the shortfall and. provide an estimated descriptive budget for the upcoming academic year based on reasonable expenses and reasonable means of. financial support,3 Post Academic Performance,An applicant must demonstrate.
an academic technical or vocational ability to pursue the intended educational goal. an academic technical or vocational commitment to obtaining the educational goal. 4 Career Goals,An applicant must demonstrate,a clear career goal. a direct relationship between the educational goal and the career goal. a personal commitment to the career goal e g related education to date related volunteer experience related work experience or. references from educators counsellors or field workers and. personal suitability to the chosen career e g references from educators career counselors or field workers. For more information and to access the application visit. http www trustee bc ca services estate and personal trust services Pages pgt educational assistance fund aspx. A Guide to Scholarships Bursaries Tuition Waivers Awards Available to Children in and from Government Care on Vancouver Island FPSS Society September 2014 Page 13. ABORIGINAL AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT CANADA. POST SECONDARY STUDENT SUPPORT PROGRAM PSSSP, This program provides financial assistance to Status Indian and Inuit students who are enrolled in eligible post secondary programs which. includes community college and CEGEP diploma or certificate programs undergraduate programs and advanced or professional degree. Am I Eligible,First Nations, Students must be Registered Status Indians residing on or off reserve who have been residing in Canada for 12 consecutive months prior. to the date of application for funding Students must be enrolled in a certificate diploma or degree program in an eligible post secondary. education institution and must maintain continued satisfactory academic standing within that institution. Self governing First Nation members in the Yukon that have not yet assumed responsibility for post secondary education through a. Programs and Services Transfer Agreement are eligible for funding under this program. Inuit students who have been residing outside of the Northwest Territories or Nunavut for 12 consecutive months could be eligible for. funding through the Post Secondary Student Support Program Inuit students residing in these territories are eligible for funding support. from their respective territorial governments,What Costs are Covered. Financial assistance may be provided in the following areas. Tuition support for part time and full time students that may include fees for registration tuition and the cost of books and supplies. required for courses, Travel support for full time students who must leave their permanent place of residence to attend college or university Students may.
qualify for funding to return home twice per academic year. Living expenses for full time students to help cover the costs such as food shelter and transportation. How to Apply,Eligible Status Indian Students, Administration of the program is done through the First Nation or designated First Nation organization that determines the funding and. selection criteria in accordance with national guidelines. First Nation students who want to pursue post secondary studies and access available funding programs should contact their local band. Self governing First Nation members in the Yukon that have not yet assumed responsibility for post secondary education through a. Programs and Services Transfer Agreement are eligible for funding under this program. Eligible Inuit Students, Eligible Inuit students seeking more information on how to apply for available funding for post secondary education should contact. the designated organizations or the AANDC regional office in the province where they have resided for the past 12 consecutive months. For more information and to access the application visit https www aadnc aandc gc ca eng 1100100033682 1100100033683. A Guide to Scholarships Bursaries Tuition Waivers Awards Available to Children in and from Government Care on Vancouver Island FPSS Society September 2014. PUBLIC POST SECONDARY EDUCATION IN BRITISH COLUMBIA. British Columbia offers a wide range of post secondary options so students in this province can have the best possible education with. more choices and more access closer to home,Universities. Capilano University North Vancouver Emily Carr University of Art and Design Granville Island. Tel 604 986 1911 Website http www capilanou ca Tel 604 844 3800 Website http www ecuad ca. Financial Aid http www capilanou ca financial aid Financial Aid http www ecuad ca studentservices financial. Kwantlen Polytechnic University Surrey Royal Roads University Victoria. Tel 604 599 2100 Website http www kwantlen bc ca Tel 250 391 2511 Website http www royalroads ca. Financial Aid http www kpu ca awards Financial Aid http www royalroads ca prospective students prospective. students financial aid, Simon Fraser University Burnaby Thompson Rivers University Kamloops. Tel 604 291 3111 Website http www sfu ca Tel 250 828 5000 Website http www tru ca. Financial Aid https www sfu ca students financialaid html Financial Aid http www tru ca awards html. University of British Columbia Vancouver University of the Fraser Valley Abbotsford. Tel 604 822 2211 Website http www ubc ca Tel 604 504 7441 Website http www ufv ca. Financial Aid http students ubc ca enrolment finances financial advice Financial Aid http www ufv ca fineaid. University of Northern British Columbia Prince George University of Victoria Victoria. Tel 250 960 6300 Website http www unbc ca Tel 250 721 7211 Website http www uvic ca. Financial Aid http www unbc ca financial aid Financial Aid http www uvic ca registrar safa. Vancouver Island University Nanaimo,Tel 250 753 3245 Website http www viu ca.
Financial Aid http www2 viu ca financialaid, Camosun College Victoria College of New Caledonia Prince George. Tel 250 370 3000 Website http www camosun bc ca Tel 250 562 2131 Website http www cnc bc ca. Financial Aid http camosun ca services financialaid Financial Aid http www cnc bc ca exploring services student services. financial aid htm, College of the Rockies Cranbrook Douglas College New Westminster. Tel 250 489 2751 Website http www cotr bc ca Tel 604 527 5400 Website http www douglas bc ca. Financial Aid http www cotr bc ca financialaid Financial Aid http www douglascollege ca student services financial financial aid. Langara College Vancouver North Island College Courtenay. Tel 604 323 5511 Website http www langara bc ca Tel 250 334 5000 Website http www nic bc ca. Financial Aid http www langara bc ca student services financial aid Financial Aid http www nic bc ca services educationplanning. financialaid aspx, Northern Lights College Dawson Creek Northwest Community College Terrace. Tel 250 782 5251 Website http www nlc bc ca Tel 250 635 6511 Website http www nwcc bc ca. Financial Aid http www nlc bc ca admissions financialassistance aspx Financial Aid http www nwcc bc ca financial aid. Okanagan College Kelowna Selkirk College Castlegar. Tel 250 762 5445 Website http www okanagan bc ca Tel 250 365 7292 Website http www selkirk bc ca. Financial Aid http www okanagan bc ca Student Services students Financial Aid http selkirk ca financial information financial aid financial. financialaid html aid support,Vancouver Community College Vancouver. Tel 604 871 7000 Website http www vcc ca, Financial Aid http www vcc ca applying registration services financial aid.
Institutes, British Columbia Institute of Technology Burnaby Justice Institute of British Columbia New Westminster. Tel 604 434 5734 Website http www bcit ca Tel 604 525 5422 Website http www jibc ca. Financial Aid Information http www bcit ca finaid Financial Aid http www jibc ca student services financial aid awards. Nicola Valley Institute of Technology Merritt,Tel 250 378 3300 Website http www nvit bc ca. Financial Aid http www nvit ca financialaiddocumentnew htm. A Guide to Scholarships Bursaries Tuition Waivers Awards Available to Children in and from Government Care on Vancouver Island FPSS Society September 2014 Page 15.

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