External Scholarships

Awards are listed in order of application due date:

Azazie Scholarship: Due May 31: 2017
Azazie, an online shopping center for wedding and bridesmaid dresses, is offering a $1,000 USD scholarship to high school seniors and first or second year University Students. Applicants must write a short essay explaining, “how technology would influence the fashion industry in the future.”

Husky’s Energy’s Scholarship Program Due: May 31, 2017
Husky’s Energy will provide 1 award of $5,000, and 2 awards of $3,500 to Aboriginal students interested in the energy sector and registered in Business and Computing Science programs at Canadian Universities. Recipients will also have the opportunity to participate in Husky’s mentorship program.

Indspire’s Post-Secondary Education Scholarship: Due: applications accepted year round
Indspire disburse bursaries and scholarships through its Building Brighter Futures program to Indigenous students who are enrolled in post-secondary programs. Since 1985, Indspire has disbursed bursaries and scholarships to First Nation, Inuit and Métis post-secondary students. It is the largest funder for Indigenous education outside of the federal government.

St. John's Legacy Scholarship: Due: May 19, 2017
St. John's Legacy offers a number of scholarships between $500 and $4,500. Last year, three King's students won over $3,000 each. To apply, students must have a B grade average. They must also provide a description of extracurricular activities such as employment, volunteer hours, sports, or wilderness activities. This scholarship is not limited to any one program.

The InvestmentZen Financial Future Scholarship: Due: April 30, 2017
InvestmentZen is offering a $1000 scholarship to the student who writes the best $2500 word essay about smart financial decisions. You can find specific essay questions on their website.

Ties That Bind Scholarship Due: May 31, 2017
The Foundation to Commemorate the Chinese Railroad Workers in Canada offers the above scholarship. To be eligible you have to submit a 1000-1,500 word essay about the Chinese people's history in Canada and their participation in the railroad construction project. The paper must also discuss how the Chinese history relates to your family's history and experience of being Canadian.

Email us if your organization would like us to post an award opportunity; be sure to include the award website that contains eligibility criteria and the deadline date(s).