There’s a new summer program for bioengineering students interested in attending the University of Calgary.
Students currently enrolled in Grade 10 math will be writing the Graduation Numeracy Assessment on January 21, 2019 at 9:00AM at RSS. Please note the date and time and ensure your child is in attendance that morning.
This assessment is a graduation requirement and needs to be successfully attempted. Students have three attempts to complete the assessment before they graduate.
Use the two links below for more information:
Credit Unions of BC Bursary Program
Click here for more information about the Credit Unions of BC Bursary Program
Applicants who do not meet the following criteria are not eligible for a bursary.
- All applicants must have a demonstrated financial need.
- Proof of enrollment and transcripts are required.
- Applicants must be BC residents who are Canadian Citizens, a permanent resident of Canada or designated as a protected person.
- Applicants must be in attendance at a public Canadian post-secondary school when the application is submitted.
- Applicants attending accredited private schools will only be considered if the program is not offered at a public school.
- Applicants must provide a statement as to why they are not attending a public school and provide a receipt for tuition.
- Programs of study may be academic, vocational, technical, or technological.
- Graduate and post graduate students are not eligible.
- Credit Union members are eligible for up to 2 awards per year.
The New Relationship Trust Foundation assists First Nations students in BC to achieve their educational goals and supports First Nations language revitalization initiatives on an ongoing basis.
Scholarships and Bursaries are available to First Nation students pursuing a post-secondary education from a recognized institution.
Click here for more information about the New Relationship Trust Foundation.
The Achieve Anything Foundation is launching a new series of hands-on experience events to inspire more women in Aviation, Aerospace, Marine & Defence and other STEM fields.
Click here for more information about Operation: This is You!
The Achieve Anything Foundation defines as girls & women any persons that identify as female, including transgender. This definition applies to any reference of girls, women and/or females.
To be eligible to apply for Operation: This IS You! events, the applicant must identify as female.
A Lower age limit may be applicable to some events, please refer to specific event details before applying. Signed Guardian consent required for those under the age of 19, a signed waiver is also applicable to everyone
Government issued photo identification may be required, please refer to specific event details before applying
Fly to the University of Waterloo for a week in May for $150!
Click here for more details about the camp.
The CEMC Workshop in Computer Science for Young Women exists to encourage young women, and people of other under-represented genders,* who are considering computer science as a career for the first time.
It is a unique opportunity designed to ignite enthusiasm for computer science in interested students from across Canada who have had little or no previous exposure to computer science. Attendees learn that computer science is about much more than using and programming computers.
The University of Alberta has an exciting opportunity available to Grade 11 students.
Twenty lucky grade 11 students from across Canada will be chosen to visit the University of Alberta for the weekend of May 24-26. This includes cost of flights, accommodations, and activities on campus and in Edmonton. Applications are due by Sunday February 10. Please see your counsellor for more details if you’re interested.
Come Celebrate with us on Opening Night:
Tuesday, December 11th. 6pm-8pm.
@ the Revelstoke Public Library (Community Centre)
Exhibition runs December 2018 through March 2019. See the poster below for more information:
Check out the workshop offerings from the Revelstoke Fabrication Lab: