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VICTORIA – 470 Indigenous students in BC have been awarded 1.5 million dollars from the Irving K. Barber British Columbia Scholarship Society to support their studies at post-secondary institutions throughout the province.
VICTORIA, BC – 171 students have received Ike Barber Transfer Scholarships worth $5,000 each to assist them in moving between BC post-secondary institutions.
VICTORIA – For Giulia Mattia, a computer science student at the University of British Columbia, the pathway into the tech sector just got a bit easier, thanks to one of the $10,000 Women in Technology and Indigenous Women in Technology Scholarships from the Irving K. Barber British Columbia Scholarship Society.
BC TECH SUMMIT 2018 – Women studying computer science, math and engineering can now apply for a $10K scholarship designed to increase the number of women in these traditionally under-represented tech professions. At least one of these scholarships will be dedicated to a woman of Indigenous ancestry.
VICTORIA– A record 29 students in B.C. have been awarded scholarships of between $6,000 and $10,000 to study abroad in more than 21 countries from Australia to Korea to Peru, announced Premier John Horgan.
Victoria, BC - Brettany Makuch is a 28 year old Metis student with her sights set on becoming a Family Nurse Practitioner. She’s moved closer to achieving that goal courtesy of a $5,000 Aboriginal Student Award she’s recently received from the Irving K. Barber BC Scholarship Society.
Scholarships support 163 transfer students who demonstrate outstanding academic and volunteer serviceNovember 15, 2017
VICTORIA, B.C. – Bachelor of Science student Nicole York appreciates the value of a helping hand, especially when it means $5,000 to help her with the cost of transferring between B.C. Post-secondary institutions to finish her degree.
VICTORIA, BC - A $500,000 investment will establish scholarships at public post-secondary
intuitions that encourage women to pursue education that align with the needs of the growing
tech sector in British Columbia.