ATA LOCAL 80 Scholarships

Applications are open from May 1st, 2022 until May 31st, 2022.

Every year, our ATA local provides three $1000.00 post-secondary scholarships to support our members' children and the students that we teach. Please read the descriptions of each award and fill out the corresponding Google Form to apply. Applications will only be accepted through the Google Forms. 

Please contact Sara Lambert via email (sara.lambert@rdcrs.ca) if you have any questions. 

1

Member's Child Scholarship - $1000

One scholarship to a maximum of $1000.00 will be awarded to a graduating grade 12 student whose parent is a member of the ATA Local #80. Members of Local #80 are defined as active teachers and teachers on temporary leave. The student must be entering a recognized post-secondary institution in the following school year. Scholarship will be awarded based on academics and application information.

Click here to apply! (Member's Child Scholarship)

2

Léo Richer Scholarship - Students Intending to Enter the Faculty of Education - $1000

One scholarship to a maximum of $1000.00 will be awarded to a graduating grade 12 student from an ATA Local #80 school who intends to enter a Faculty of Education program. The student must be entering a recognized post-secondary institution in the following school year. Scholarship will be awarded based on academics and application information. Applicants are to apply in the year of graduation for the study to commence the following school year.

Click here to apply! (Léo Richer Scholarship)

3

Margaretrose Willms Scholarship - Member’s Son/Daughter
Mature Student Award - $1000

One scholarship to a maximum of $1000.00 will be awarded to a mature student whose parent is a member of ATA Local #80. Members of ATA Local #80 are defined as active teachers and teachers on temporary leave. The student must be entering a recognized post-secondary institution in the following school year. Scholarship will be awarded based on application information.

Click here to apply! (Margaretrose Willms Scholarship)