This program offers bursary funding to support eligible students, encouraging JBNQA beneficiaries to pursue post-secondary and vocational education to enhance capacity building.
There can be many obstacles that stand between a person and their education, but finances shouldn’t be one of them. Apatisiiwin Skills Development wants to support beneficiaries by granting a bursary to students studying at the university, college or vocational level.
The Cree Bursary program will provide recipients with a $1000 bursary once every semester, and renewable until their education is complete.
Are you a student in a university, college or vocational program?
If you are, then congratulations! An education will open many doors for you.
But we know that being a full-time student can be hard. In fact, trying to maintain financial independence during your studies can be a reason why some people decide to put their education on hold. And it can be very hard to get back on track.
ASD wants to help full-time students with the Cree Bursary program. This bursary is to help you focus on getting the education you need. So maybe you spend it on your morning coffee, or maybe you need a new pair of headphones to let you listen to your favourite tunes while studying. It’s up to you.
If you know someone that is studying at university, college or in a vocational program, you can help give them the best chance at success by getting them in touch with ASD and encouraging them to apply to the Cree Bursary program.
|Provide bursary funding to support eligible students in furthering their education.
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