Community

Scholarships & Bursaries

Art 12016 Endowment Fund Award Recipients are:

  • Kristen Crawford – Thompson
  • Erica Strain – Okanagan
  • Tatyana Daniels – Thompson
  • Tahnyea Robbins – Thompson
  • Riley Vercillo – Kootenay

 

The School District 73 Recipients are:

  • Precious Skye
  • Tishan Jones

 

 *Congratulations to All of This Year's Winners*

Since 1998 ANTCO has provided 142 Aboriginal student bursaries and scholarships totaling $67,200.00.

Grade 12 Student Bursary ($500.00)

ANTCO/ANDEVCO has designed a bursary to reward Aboriginal 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.

» Grade 12 Student Bursary Application (119KB)

Endowment Fund Awards (Awards are in the amount of $500.00 each)

All Nations Trust Company has developed annual, educational achievements awards to reward and recognize Aboriginal Secondary and Post Secondary Students who are committed to attaining personal and educational success.  These awards are open to individuals who are currently living within or are originally from one of the following Tribal Regions: Kootenay; Lillooet; Okanagan; Shuswap; and Thompson. 

» Endowment Award Application (218KB)

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

The endowment established in 1995 will provide an annual bursary to an Aboriginal 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 Aboriginal Community (settlement, band name).

Tech & Entrepreneurship Bursaries For Indigenous Youth


The Animikii tech and entrepreneurship bursaries provides funding to students of Aboriginal ancestry to assist in supporting their post-secondary education goals. This program was created by Animikii founder Jeff Ward as a way to encourage Aboriginal youth to choose business and/or technology as a career path. Funding will be provided to only 2 students who meet the eligibility criteria and who complete an impressive application. The applications will be reviewed and judged by Jeff Ward and 2 other industry professionals for each category.

 » Animikii Bursary Information and Application