Bursaries

Public Service Credit Union Scholarship Program


PSCU recognizes the contribution of our community builders of tomorrow. The growth of PSCU exemplifies the achievements of people working together in their own communities. We hope to encourage those qualities of good citizenship and co-operation with these scholarships.

There are three available scholarships of $500.00 each (St. John’s and Seal Cove campuses). Applications must be received by January 22, 2017. Click here for our application form. If you have any questions regarding the scholarship or the application, please contact us at (709) 579-8210 or PSCUAdmin@pscu.ca

Number of Awards: Three (St. John’s and Seal Cove campuses)
Value: $500 each
Criteria: Awarded to a full time student enrolled in the second or third year of any diploma program. Students must demonstrate financial need, academic merit, commitment to completing their studies and determination to succeed. Special consideration may be given to students who are credit union customer-owners or can demonstrate an affiliation with the credit union system.

Application must include the following:

  • Public Service Credit Union Bursary Application
  • A College Reference Form
  • A College Financial Statement Form
  • A two page essay describing educational goals, career aspirations and determination to succeed.

Deadline for applications is mid-January. Please see application form for exact date. Application forms are available at Student Services.

Public Service Credit Union Bursary Application

Please contact the CNA to apply for the Public Service Credit Union Awards.




Atlantic Credit Unions Bursary Program


Newfoundland and Labrador – CNA

Credit unions of Newfoundland and Labrador and the Atlantic provinces are pleased to support students attending the College of the North Atlantic (CNA) with $4,000 in bursaries. The Atlantic Credit Unions Bursary Program is administered on behalf of Atlantic credit unions by Atlantic Central. Eight $500 bursaries will be awarded. Click here to view information on the CNA website directly. Applications must be received by January 22, 2017.

Eligibility: This bursary program is open to community college students registered for full-time studies.

Criteria: Students must demonstrate a commitment to completing their studies, fnancial need and involvement in their community. Special consideration may be given to students who are affliated with, or are members of a credit union.


Public Service Credit Union Bursaries (2017)

OUR PARTNERSHIP

Great sponsors like Public Service Credit Union enhance the learning experience of its students with considerable financial awards and in-kind donations. Access to education due to financial limitations continues to be a barrier to educational success and your support helps to remove that barrier. For that the college, students and our communities are very thankful.

Public Service Credit Union is recognized yearly at the college’s award ceremonies, and at various speaking engagements and community events. Your contribution provides an incentive for our students to strive to do their best. In today’s competitive labour force every scholarship, award and bursary is vital for students as they seek to make an impression on future employers upon graduation.

At CNA we remain committed to our students by keeping tuition fees low and providing additional supports whenever and wherever possible. The ongoing support provided by Public Service Credit Union to our students has proven invaluable, as it helps reduce debt and also provides students with motivation for hard work and dedication to their programs of study.

Again, we are truly thankful for all you do in enriching the lives of students and giving them a much needed first step in the advancement of their educational goals and future careers.

PSCU Bursaries 2017
Present in photo:
Samantha Welsh (Student: Electronics Engineering Technology (Biomedical), Ridge Road Campus)
Brian Quilty (Chief Executive Officer, Public Service Credit Union)
Michaela Dunne (Student: Business Management - Accounting, Prince Philip Drive Campus)
Jenna Cotta (Student: Sound Recording & Production, Prince Philip Drive Campus)


Public Service Credit Union CNA Contribution Report 2017


Public Service Credit Union Bursaries (2015)

PSCU presented three $500 bursaries to students at the College of the North Atlantic on April 10th, 2015 at CNA ceremonies.

Public Service Credit Union Bursaries (2015)

Present in photo left to right:
Sean McGieson (Student: Electrical Engineering Technology, Ridge Road Campus)
Robin Chafe (Student: Medical Laboratory Science, Prince Philip Drive Campus)
Alexander Ings (Student: Architectural Engineering Technology, Ridge Road Campus)
Ian Barrett (Manager of Finance, Public Service Credit Union)


Public Service Credit Union CNA Contribution Report 2015


Public Service Credit Union 2013-2014 Anniversary Bursaries

For the past several years PSCU has sponsored a $500 bursary for a student at the College of North Atlantic. In 2012 we provided a 75th Anniversary Award consisting of three $500 awards to CNA students. In 2013 we again provided three $500 awards. The awards are offered to full-time students in the second or third year of their program of study. Students must demonstrate academic merit, financial need, leadership in the community/college life and determination to succeed. Special consideration may be given to students whose parents are credit union members or can demonstrate affiliation with the credit union system.

Receipients 2013: Amanda Wheadon, Erica Andrews, & Jordon Power

Brian Quilty & Amanda Wheadon

Present in photo left to right:
Brian Quilty & Amanda Wheadon


Public Service Credit Union 75th Anniversary Bursaries

Public Service Credit Union 75thAnniversary Bursaries

Receipients: Nicole Chapella, Matthew Walters, and Katherine Miller

For the past several years PSCU has sponsored a $500 bursary for a student at the College of North Atlantic and in 2012 we provided a 75th Anniversary Award consisting of three $500 awards to CNA students. The awards are offered to full-time students in the second or third year of their program of study. Students must demonstrate academic merit, financial need, leadership in the community/college life and determination to succeed. Special consideration may be given to students whose parents are credit union members or can demonstrate affiliation with the credit union system.


 

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