-Scholarships – The Federation of Portuguese Canadian Business and Professionals FPCBP
Scholarship Applications!(deadline January 11, 2018)
The Federation of Portuguese Canadian Business and Professionals FPCBP is pleased to once again recognize the outstanding achievement of our Luso-Canadian youth, with scholarships ranging from $1,000.00 to $2,500.00, courtesy of our many generous scholarship sponsors.
Scholarships will be offered to students in the following four categories:
High School, Grade 12
This year’s special awards include:
BMO Bank of Montreal Leadership Excellence Award (1)
Scotiabank Community Involvement Award in Honour of Teresa Melo (1)
Universidade NOVA de Lisboa Award (4)
Universidade NOVA de Lisboa Summer Course (2)
Universidade dos Açores Award (1)
We are pleased to announce that we have successfully obtained a scholarship, being launched for the first time, from the University of the Azores, as a result of a visit made this past July where our President Michelle Jorge and Executive Director Matthew Correia signed a protocol, for the period of one year, with the Office of the Dean of this educational institution.
We are also pleased to renew the protocol (established in 2011) with the NOVA School of Business and Economics in Lisbon and are also offering an additional two scholarships for their summer courses.
To be eligible for the FPCBP Scholarship Program 2018, students must fulfill all of the requirements on the application form and submit online at www.FPCBP.com (and mail official transcripts) by the deadline, 5:00pm on January 11, 2018.
*(applicants files are evaluated by an independent Scholarship Selection Committee, comprised of academic professionals, at an arm’s length of the FPCBP board of directors.)
Scholarships will be awarded at the 36th Annual Scholarship and Business Excellence Awards Gala taking place March 24th, 2018 at Pearson Convention Centre in Brampton, ON.
For additional information visit our website www.FPCBP.com or contact our Scholarship Program Coordinator, Susy Henriques or our Executive Director, Matthew Correia at 416-537-8874 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.