Gold in the Net Educational Bursary Fund provides scholarships awarded to select students who have a positive outlook on life and who are leaders and role models in their schools and communities. We look to support those students who enjoy the game of hockey, demonstrate a balance lifestyle, and know the value of a post-secondary education.
Scholarship applications will be accepted from students who are currently enrolled in a full-time public post-secondary institution, or students in Grade 12 who are planning to pursue a full-time public post-secondary education. Scholarship are only open to Gold in the Net students and staff members, both past and present with 3 years involvement with Gold in the Net as a student and /or staff member.
Students who have previously received a Gold in the Net scholarship will not be eligible. Please note that scholarships cannot be deferred from one year to the next.
Please submit each application in duplicate (legible photocopies are acceptable). In fact, we recommend that you retain all your original documents for your own records, and submit only legible copies with your submission.
The Aaron C. Cornwell Memorial Scholarship Fund
The Aaron C. Cornwell Memorial Scholarship Fund is available to those students who meet the above eligibility criteria, and that have completed an essay on how Gold in the Net has impacted his or her life. An essay (maximum 500 words) must be included with the application.
How to Apply.
The following information must be included, in duplicate, to be considered for a scholarship:
- 1. Complete application form.
- 2. Reference letter from a teacher or faculty member.
- 3. Covering letter describing why you are a good candidate for the scholarship.
- 4. Current official transcript of Grade 12 and/or post-secondary institution
- 5. Resumé
- 6. Essay (maximum 500 words)
Your completed scholarship package (2 copies) must be received between the dates January 1 and March 1
Please send to:
Aaron C. Cornwell Memorial Scholarship
P.O. Box 414, Lantzville, BC V0R 2H0