Dear Eaton Arrowsmith Community,
We are excited to announce our 2017-2018 scholarships and bursaries for new and continuing students!
Bursary allocation will be based solely on financial need and amounts offered will vary according to need.
Scholarship recipients will be chosen based on a persuasive presentation by the student or parent (500 word essay or three minute multimedia presentation, as outlined in the application form). Please note that, to apply for a scholarship or bursary, a student must either be enrolled or officially offered a place at an Eaton Arrowsmith site.
In order to find more information about this opportunity, as well as application forms, please see the Scholarships and Bursaries page on our website: http://www.eatonarrowsmith.com/scholarships-bursaries/ New this year is a part time program scholarship!
Applications for scholarships and bursaries for the 2017-2018 school year are due at noon on December 5th, 2016. Recipients will be notified by December 14th. Students receiving financial aid will have until January 20, 2017, to accept their scholarship and/or bursary by confirmation of enrolment for the 2017-2018 school year.
Please note that all new students applying for bursaries and scholarships must first have been assessed for fit by our admissions team and been offered placement. For an assessment of fit, please contact us at 604-264-8327 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your continued support of our community! Our goal is to continue to enable more students to access this life-changing program and we appreciate the donations that have allowed us to offer additional financial assistance to our students. If you have any questions, please contact me at any time.
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