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Scholarships & Bursaries

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 2022 School District 73 Recipient:

  • Kaley Jones
  • Abby Bucher
  • Ayla Stad

 

2022 Ruth Williams Bursary Recipient:

  • Katie Korpan

      

2021 ANTCO/BMO Bursary Recipient:

  • Kyla Horsting-Minnabarriet

 

 *Congratulations to this year's winners*


Ruth Williams Bursary ($2,500)

ANTCO has developed an annual award to honour the legacy of former CEO and Order of BC recipient, Ruth Williams.  This bursary is for students that are pursuing post-secondary education and/or entrepreneurial related activities.  This bursary is open to Indigenous students residing in or originally from British Columbia.

Ruth Williams Bursary Application (2022)

School District 73 - Grade 12 Student Bursary ($500.00)

School District 73 - Grade 12 Student Bursary (2022)

ANTCO/ANDEVCO has designed a bursary to reward Indigenous students of School District 73 who have demonstrated courage and commitment to overcome obstacles and successfully complete grade 12. This Bursary recognizes the determination and dedication of these exceptional students who believe in their own abilities and have the will power to persevere and succeed despite tremendous barriers and challenges in their lives. 


All Nations Trust Company (ANTCO) / Bank of Montreal (BMO) Bursary

The endowment established in 1995 will provide an annual bursary to an Indigenous student who has completed one year of study at Thompson Rivers University (TRU).  Preference is given to a student who demonstrates participation in community activities or organizations. Applications are processed through TRU. Please indicate on the application your Indigenous Community (settlement, band name).