Supporting your financial wellness

Scotiabank invests $60,000 to support student post-secondary aspirations

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Scholarship Details

Scotiabank's $60,000 investment is divided into 16 x $3,750 Scholarships in 4 Themes across 4 Regions.

Application Deadline:

May 3, 2024 11:59:59 PM ET

Four (4) Scholarship Regions

  1. Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Northwest Territories, Nunavut
  2. Atlantic Canada, Quebec
  3. British Columbia, Yukon
  4. Ontario

Four (4) Scholarship Themes

Carefully review the Application Form for specific application requirements.

Diversity Scholarship

Four (4) Winners x $3,750

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Future Women Leaders Scholarship

Four (4) Winners x $3,750

Financial Wellness Scholarship

Four (4) Winners x $3,750

STEM Scholarship

Four (4) Winners x $3,750

View the full Scotiabank Scholarship Rules & Regulations for all Scholarships

Financial Wellness

In addition to supporting students through scholarships, Scotiabank and myBlueprint aim to help students build strong money management skills through financial literacy content. Students can access articles with helpful tips/tools, and new content will be added regularly

- so check back often!

Money Management. Budgeting. Financial Plan. Money and the lingo that goes with it can sound daunting, for sure. But as with anything, the more you learn the more empowered you’ll feel. Here are a few tips to get you started!

Let’s talk! Credit’s one of those things that everyone knows, but no one seems to talk about. We want to fix that. Keep reading for a step-by-step introduction to credit, credit scores, credit cards, and more.

Understanding where your money lives, and how it grows, is an important part of taking control of your finances. The official terms for this are saving and investing, respectively. Let’s dive in.

It seems like currency is available everywhere. Sometimes on your phone, on your apps, in video games, the list goes on. Let’s do a deep dive into what different types of currencies actually exist.

Looking forward to college or university? As you plan which schools you'll apply to, what posters to put up on your dorm walls and start following your potential future alma mater's Tik Tok tags to get a sense of campus life, you might also want to think about your bank account and credit situation. Why? Because doing so could save you a lot of money — and stress next year.

Preparing to send your kid off to post-secondary is an exciting and emotional time. As you help them get ready to pursue their higher education, you're likely to have questions about the cost of tuition and student living expenses, or how you can help your kid secure the student financing they need.

Are you in your final year of high school? If so, you're probably getting excited about your next step. If post-secondary is part of your future plans, you might be researching tuition and what financial support is available to students in Canada. This guide to student financing is put together to help you in that process.

With so much to plan for while you’re in college or university, drafting a student budget may not feel as pressing as deciding where you're going to live or what classes you'll take. But don't skip this big to-do item.

You're older now, and your financial needs are growing. It's not convenient to carry pockets full of cash for every time you attend a social event, go on a shopping trip or even have an emergency, like a flat tire.

Student banking 101: 20 tips on how you can save money as a student. We break down money-saving hacks for while you're in school.

If you can afford to invest a small amount each month as a student, it could pay off big in the long run. That's because you could see your money grow over the next few decades.

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