We are delighted to announce that starting in 2016, your association has doubled the value of each of our awards. Student Bursaries will now be worth $1000 each, while Student Achievement awards will be worth $200. All our other awards and grants have doubled in value as well. Be sure to download the latest forms below!
Each year, your association distributes $14,000 in Bursaries and Awards. As a teacher and a current active member of the BCAEA, you are eligible to sponsor up to five of your students' applications for one of our student awards. Changes and tweaks are made to the forms on an ongoing basis, so be sure to download the latest versions which are available as a fillable PDF form.
Questions should be addressed to the BCAEA Awards Chair, Leanne Hagglund. Her contact information is available through the Executive link at the bottom of every page.
Please note that except for the Student Activity Grant and the Regional Conference Grant which accept submissions throughout the year, the deadline for receipt of applications for all other awards and grants has changed to March 15th. Due to the volume of applications received, we are unable to consider incomplete applications.
Five awards of $1000 each are available to a student graduating from an alternate program, and continuing their education or training at a post-secondary institution. Awards unclaimed after 24 months are forfeit.
Fifteen awards of $200 each are available to a student enrolled in alternate who is demonstrating responsibility for behaviour, a significant level of self-motivation, improved self-esteem and self-confidence, and mastery skills.
Named after a long-time Prince George alternate education teacher, this award of $1000 is presented to a teacher willing to publish a newsletter article on their innovative program.
This grant consists of four awards totalling a maximum of $4000, and is available for an activity for the benefit of at-risk students who are receiving alternative programming.
A single grant of $1000 is available to help offset the costs of holding a regional conference, one goal of which must be promoting membership in the BCAEA.