Are you interested in pursuing a profession that helps individuals, families, groups and communities? Do you have a passion for assisting people in enhancing their personal and collective well-being? A career in the social services field might be right for you!
If you are a Métis or Non-Status Indian student interested or pursuing a post-secondary education in the Social Services field, the Ministries of Children's Services and Community and Social Services may be able to help pay for your diploma or degree in this field.
The Métis and Non-Status Indian Bursary Program provides funding to Métis and Non-Status Indian students pursuing a diploma or degree in the Social Services field. “Social Services field” means any program, which is associated with the provision of human services, including but not limited to social work, psychology, psychoeducation, sociology, education, child and youth care, human ecology, anthropology, counselling, community rehabilitation, criminology, addictions and mental health services.
Bursaries are available for both full-time and part-time students. Full time students can receive up to a maximum of $19,400 per year.
Deadline: April 30
Click to apply: http://www.humanservices.alberta.ca/department/15041.html