There are many people and organizations rooting for your success. Here you will find information on opportunities and supports available to you here in Nova Scotia, Canada, and globally. See below and apply where applicable!
||ILA-TD Opportunity Scholarship - valued at up to $5,000. A four-year renewable scholarship for students in grades 7-12 who plan to enter Dalhousie University for a science, technology, engineering, math (STEM) field of study.
Deadline to Apply: April 1, 2022. Download application: ILA-TD Opportunity Scholarship [PDF 206kB].
Additional information on the ILA website.
|African Nova Scotian Junior High and High School students|
||Black Student Scholarship Initiative - new scholarship for students planning to attend the University of Windsor in Fall 2021.
Additional information on the University of Windsor website.
|Black-identified High School students|
Summer Student Research Scholarships - valued at $6,500. Scholarships for students interested in conducting summer research in Computer Science, Dentistry, Engineering, Health, Science. Students must identify a Dalhousie University faculty supervisor to oversee their research.
Deadline: March 31, 2022 (SSRS-Computer Science, Engineering, Health, Science)
Summer Studentships for non-medical Students - valued at $5,000. Scholarships for students interested in conducting summer research in Medicine. Students must identify a faculty supervisor to oversee their research.
|University students of African heritage
||Walker Emergency Microbursary- valued at $500 each academic term. Emergency funds available within 2-5 business days to students in need. Students will also be connected with an Advisor through the Bissett Student Success Centre.
Additional information available on the Dalhousie University OnTrack webpage.
full-time and part-time students in any Faculty
|Careers & Mentorship in Tech
||The Black Professionals in Tech Network (BPTN) has partnered with RBC Future Launch to transform Canadian tech and business through the following initiatives:
||Black professionals age 29 and under|