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Indigenous Business Student Bursaries

We are now accepting applications!
We are now accepting applications for business students studying in the 2021-22 school year in Manitoba.

We're committed to the 92nd Call to Action, ensuring that Indigenous peoples have equitable access to jobs, training, and educational opportunities in the corporate sector. Every year, we award four $2,000 bursaries to Indigenous students enrolled in a post-secondary business program.

When can I apply for a bursary?

Applications are accepted every year, from September to January 31st. Applications submitted outside of this window will not be considered.

Who can apply?

We invite students who meet the following criteria to apply:
  • Indigenous ancestry
  • Enrolled in a post-secondary business program in Manitoba
  • Taking a minimum of three courses
  • Good academic performance
  • Demonstrated financial need
  • Involved in the community

When are successful applicants notified?

Bursaries are awarded every spring.

How to apply

Download the application form. Complete the application, include cover letter, resume and transcript with your application.

Application form [PDF]
Handout [PDF]

Submit completed application:

By email: peoplesolutions@acu.ca

By fax: 204.478.5525

By mail:
Assiniboine Credit Union — People Solutions: Bursary Program
6th floor, 200 Main Street, Box 2, Station Main
Winnipeg, MB R3C 2G1

Questions?

Please email: peoplesolutions@acu.ca

or call us at:
204.958.8588 (toll-free 1.877.958.8588)

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