The Encompass Credit Union Board of Directors annually appoints a scholarship selection committee to review applications. The committee ranks all applications in three categories, for a maximum aggregate point score of 100.
English 30, Social 30 or 33, Math or Science, two 5-credit 30-level course
These grades will be part of the academic achievement that will be taken from your transcripts: English/Language Arts 30-1 or 30-2 blended course mark, Social Studies 30 or 33 blended course mark, Highest Math or Science mark, blended if departmental exam written and any 2 highest courses from any 5-credit, 30-level course excluding 35-level courses and CTS courses.
ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT POINT SCORE (max 35)
What was your involvement in clubs, committees and/or sports, and what was your position within those organizations during Grade 10-12? What did you learn from that involvement?
INVOLVEMENT POINT SCORE (max 25)
What did you volunteer for, for how long, and what did you learn from your participation in volunteerism? This volunteerism is requested from your Grades 10-12 time period, not post-secondary volunteerism.
INVOLVEMENT POINT SCORE (max 25)
LEADERSHIP AND PAID EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCE
Tell us about the leadership you've shown by being involved with organizations or within paid or non-paid work experience during your Grade 1-12 time period?
INVOLVEMENT POINT SCORE (max 10)
THOROUGHNESS OF SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION
Sufficient detail provided, legible, overall appearance and completeness.
PRESENTATION POINT SCORE (max 5)
AGGREGATE POINT SCORE (max 100)
Encompass Credit Union is proud to offer this scholarship to our Members who are currently accepted to a post-secondary institution! We recognize the importance of education and the role it plays in personal and professional fulfillment. That's why we want to help these students to attain their educational goals and reach their full potential. Applications for apprenticeship programs will not be considered at this time.
We are always looking for students who have shown a passion for bettering their local communities!
You must be a member of Encompass Credit Union to apply for this scholarship. You must be currently enrolled and attending post secondary when the scholarship is awarded in February of each year. You cannot be awarded if you're still in Grade 12.
We're a full service credit union, offering all the product and services you'd expect from a bank, but better. Encompass Credit Union cares about our communities, last year alone, contributing over $200,000 back into our local communities we serve in Alberta.
Applications will be accepted until the deadline of January 11, 2021. Scholarships will be announced publicly on February 11, 2021 at Encompass Credit Union's annual general meeting. You do not have to be in attendance to receive the scholarship.
Encompass Credit Union is a leading, progressive financial institution, proudly serving community residents, small businesses, commercial entities and public institutions.
We provide an exceptional level of member-driven financial and wealth management services to foster the financial health of our members using co-operative principles.
That means we have a purpose beyond profit, thinking differently about how we conduct our business and making decisions that have a positive impact on our customer-Owners, our communities and our staff.
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