PAST GRADUATES EXCEPTING THEIR SCHOLARSHIPS.
THE BRADLEY MCPHERSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
We have chosen to give back to the community and assist budding minds with their continued education. The students that we wish to help the most are students who have achieved the academic level of Grade 12 Graduation who have overcome the challenges and possible adversity of ADD/ADHD
“What’s the hardest part of being ADHD?” “ Nothing. Everything. I don’t know.
Bradley McPherson Memorial Scholarship Fund scholarship is awarded to need-based students of diverse backgrounds with an interest in continuing his/her education in various fields such as, but not limited to, Automotive Mechanics, Arts, Child Development, and Criminal Justice.
Only completed application packages will be considered. See requirements below:
Completed application submitted by May 31st (Spring) or November 1st (Fall)
Two (2) letters of recommendation from a teacher or other professional who is familiar with you and/or your work
Proof of enrollment or letter of acceptance from a post-secondary institution
Current high school transcript that you will Graduate Grade 12
Proof documented from doctor/specialist/psychologist that you have ADD/ADHD
Essay of 250 words specifying your interests and goals for your career choice
Please attach these items to your application please email to:
To be automatically considered for an entrance scholarship based on admission students must send in an essay and application to Undergraduate Admissions by May 31, of the graduation year.
Can you apply for scholarships before being accepted to the university or college?
No, unless otherwise stated. You must have applied to the university or college, and have been accepted in order to apply for scholarships and financial awards provided by the Bradley McPherson Memorial Scholarship Fund. Once you have been accepted/considered your application will be reviewed and if chosen, and accept the offer in return. Then a scholarship will be award towards your continued education enrollment.
What is the average amount of the scholarships and is it based on financial need?
Financial need eligibility will depend on the scholarship administrator. You may be asked to declare your ability to pay your tuition based on your household income, living situation, etc. Contacting the scholarship administrator would be a great way to understand what they are looking for from applicants who indicate themselves to be in financial need
I have lived in B.C., Canada since birth but someone I know isn’t a Canadian citizen and wants to apply for this scholarship as well, can they?
This scholarship is only for a Canadian citizen born in B.C. preferably in the Fraser Valley area. If the scholarship administrator specifically states that their scholarship is only open to Canadian citizens, then you shouldn’t apply to this award.
What's the best way to research if you might be eligible for this scholarships?
Talking to your guidance counsellor about scholarship opportunities is also a great resource. Or you
can contact us directly.
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