EDUCATION PROGRAM

The Annapolis West Health Foundation Student Health Program Bursary is an initiative to assist individuals entering a health-related education program at the University or Community College level.  The Program is open to current year graduating students of Annapolis West Education Centre (AWEC), as well as past graduates of AWEC.  Applications will also be accepted from students currently enrolled in a Health Related Education Program at the University or Community College level who are in their second, third and fourth year of studies.

Although this Bursary is only open to graduating students, it is strongly recommended that under-graduates in the Grades 9-11 should be planning their studies to meet the requirements for future careers in the Health-Related Sciences.

Competing Students are asked to complete the Annapolis West Health Foundation Student Health Program Bursary application form in full and submit it to the Foundation office.

A Bursary of $4000 will be presented to the University or Community College of the successful applicant at the completion of their first term of studies and presentation of their first term transcript of marks from the educational institution.

From offering bursaries, to helping institutions train and retain primary care providers, the Annapolis West Health Foundation is committed to sustaining education initiatives ensuring that we have health care professionals who will meet the evolving needs of our community. You can help.

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STUDENT HEALTH PROGRAM BURSARY

The Annapolis West Health Bursary Program assists students entering a health-related education program at the University or Community College level.

To learn more about the program view:  Guidelines Student Bursary Program PDF Guidelines for Non Bursary funding     BURSARY APPLICATION 2019

Gemma Tompkins is the recipient of an education bursary for the 2018-2019 school year.  Learn more about Gemma here.

Brittanie Hudson was an Annapolis West Kings District Bursary recipient  from 2009 to 2012. Read her story here.