2020 Greater Victoria CUPE Scholarship Applications
CUPE 951 members have once again contributed generously to this scholarship fund! These scholarships are open only to sons and daughters of active members of contributing locals* of the Canadian Union of Public Employees of the Greater Victoria area.
The selection will be based on a combination of GPA/academic standing, 1 reference letter, and a 1 page informative letter. An eligible student is limited to 1 award from the fund, and will be under the age of 25 on December 31 of this year. More information, eligibility criteria and FAQ’s are included in the application forms.
The Application form for all Post-Secondary Students is available in PDF form here: GV CUPE Scholarship application 2020 or may be found on any other participating CUPE Local’s website.
STUDENTS MUST USE THE CURRENT (Revised: May 2020) “GV CUPE Scholarship Award Application Form 2020.” DO NOT USE ANY OTHER FORM OR YOU MAY BE AT A DISADVANTAGE TO RECEIVE THIS AWARD.
Deadline: Postmarked by October 15, 2020.
We are now accepting applications for the 2020 awards that will be decided in November 2020. Recipients will be awarded late November or early December.
For more information, contact Local 951’s representative to the GV CUPE Scholarship Fund, Joanne Scott, email@example.com
* Current participating locals of the Canadian Union of Public Employees of the Greater Victoria include CUPE Locals: #410, #788, #917, #951, #2011, & #2081. Any of these GV CUPE Locals can use the PDF application form.
CUPE BC Scholarships
CUPE BC offers the Aubrey Burton/Reg Ford Memorial Scholarship to CUPE members, their spouses or their children at a level of four scholarships of $500.00 each.
CLC/UWCC Post-Secondary Scholarship
The Canadian Labour Congress (CLC) Young Workers Program and United Way Centraide Canada (UWCC) are pleased to present the second annual CLC/UWCC Post-Secondary Scholarship.
The CLC and the UWCC are long-time partners in taking action to create prosperous, inclusive, diverse and respectful communities, safer workplaces, and a fairer Canada for working people. We recognize that post-secondary education provides important opportunities for young people but is out of reach for many working class people due to ever-increasing tuition fees.
Young workers today are facing many social and workplace issues. However, many have taken these challenges as an opportunity to create positive change, and impact their communities for the better. This scholarship is offered in recognition of the efforts and commitment of young workers across Canada who have demonstrated commitment to positively impacting social and workplace issues in their community.
We are pleased to offer a scholarship in the amount of $2,500 to support a young activist who is starting their first year of full-time post-secondary study in September 2018.