Churchbridge Credit Union believes that education is an important part of the success of our community. We are proud to support our youth by helping them reach their goals through two scholarships, one for Secondary School graduates and the second a Post-Secondary Scholarship through Parkland College.
Churchbridge Credit Union Secondary School Graduate Scholarship
Churchbridge Credit Union issues one $500 Secondary School Graduate Scholarship in each of the schools in our trading area which includes Churchbridge Public School and Langenburg Central School. A scholarship is issued to the candidate who has met the criteria below:
- Must be a member of the Churchbridge Credit Union or have a parent that has been a member for at least one year.
- Preference will be given to a student enrolling in a business related program (Business Administration, Commerce, Communications or Marketing) – if no suitable candidates any student enrolled in any full time program will be considered
- Preference will be given to a student who has not received any other awards in the forms of bursaries or scholarships.
- Must provide a written statement not exceeding 300 words outlining contributions they have made to their community
- Selection will be based upon Credit Union Membership, academic merit and community involvement.
The final selection is to be determined by the Support Services Department.
Information is sent out directly to your school.
Churchbridge Credit Union Parkland College Scholarship
A selection committee adjudicates the applicants and selects the recipient of this $1,000 scholarship that is offered annually to a full-time student who has completed at least one year of studies at an approved post-secondary institution. Applicants must be a member or child of a member at Churchbridge Credit Union. All disciplines will be considered, however preference is given to applicant whose area of study is in Business, Business Administration, Commerce, Finance, Accounting, Human Resources, Information Technology, Marketing or Agriculture. They must also provide a written essay of no more than 300 words of how they give back to the community through volunteerism.
CPS – Connie Olm presenting to Hannah Putland and Jessica Goebel
LCS – Cheryl Kitz presenting to Kyle Werle