CMTN Awards, bursaries, & scholarships 

Thanks to the generosity of our donors, students success at Coast Mountain College (CMTN) is supported by easing financial burdens through our CMTN Awards, Bursaries and Scholarships program.
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  • The purpose of the Vancouver Foundation Bursary Program is to assist full-time students who have identified vocational or academic objectives and have demonstrated the ability to reach those objectives. This bursary is directed at female students who have demonstrated financial need. The amount of this bursary varies from year to year.
    Deadline: October 30
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  • A $100 award will be presented to a graduate of the ASE-WST or RSP program who has successfully completed the practicum component of the program. This student must have either found or be actively seeking paid employment, volunteer work experience or be planning to further their education by entering a different program at Coast Mountain College or another academic institution.
    Deadline: April 15
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  • A $500 award is available for a University Credit student who leads a balanced lifestyle and is knowledgeable and committed to the protection of the environment and the efficient and safe use of electricity. Preference will be given to a female or Indigenous student.
    Deadline: October 30
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  • Two (2) $1500.00 awards will be presented to students enrolled in either Trades or Vocational studies, Arts or Science academic studies or Business Administration studies
    Deadline: October 30
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  • The purpose of the Vancouver Foundation Bursary Program is to assist full-time students who have identified vocational or academic objectives and have demonstrated the ability to reach those objectives. This bursary is a open to all students with financial need who are enrolled full-time and who are in good academic standing. The amount of this award varies each year.
    Deadline: October 30
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  • William McLennan has been an integral asset to the Freda Diesing School of Northwest Coast Art.  His dedication to the study of Northwest Coast Art has been supportive to artists from various nations. 

    In 1975, McLennan began working at the Museum of Anthropology.  In 1993, he began curating exhibits. His first exhibit as curator was called 'The Transforming Image,' after his discovery through extensive research that infrared film could reveal Northwest Coast paintings that had disappeared under the patina of age. 

    'The Transforming Image' is studied by Freda Diesing First Nations Fine Arts students and will be for years to come. The book helps current generations of Northwest Coast First Nations access the creative achievement of their ancestors and build on the cultural knowledge that the old paintings reveal.

    When Bill retired from his work at the Museum of Anthropology in Vancouver, a study grant was established in his name. McLennan retired on October 31, 2013. The grant will be offered to two students from the 3rd year of the Freda Diesing program to travel and study ancestral objects at the Museum of Anthropology in Vancouver, British Columbia.

    Award Covers:

    • Return flight from Terrace to Vancouver (3 days, 2 nights);
    • 2 Nights stay on-campus at the University of British Columbia; 
    • $75 Per diem for meals for 3 days ($225);
    • Taxi to and from the airport to campus accommodations ($40); 
    • Airport parking in Terrace ($30).
    Deadline: February
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  • Through donations to the Coast Mountain College Endowment Fund, co-workers established this $500 bursary when Brian retired from Coast Mountain College after 28 years as the Registrar. During these years Brian demonstrated a commitment to students and was instrumental in establishing the Endowment Fund and Bursary program. This award is to recognize success in the first semester of the school year by a full-time, fee paying student who is having difficulty funding their education.
    Deadline: February 15
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  • BV Electric Powering Your Future Award is available to CMTN students enrolled in the Electrical Foundations program; however, ACEIT or mature students may apply.

    The $9000.00 donated will be distributed over a period of 8 years. In 2016 $2,500.00 will be awarded to 2 students, in 2017 to 2022 2 awards will be given in the amount of $500.00 and the last year 2023 1 award in the amount of $500.00 will be awarded.

    Deadline: February 15 and November 15
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  • This award is provided by the Resources Exposition Society of BC. Two (2) awards of $500 each are available to mature students enrolled in the Coast Mountain College Harmonized Carpentry Foundations program and will be issued to eligible candidates after stable enrollment. 
    Deadline: October 30 & February 15
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  • This $500 award is offered to a student enrolled in Professional Cook Level 2. In late May, the Professional Cook program instructors select a recipient. The award is released to the recipient at the beginning of Professional Cook Level 3.
    Deadline: May 31
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