The deadline for applications for the 2021 scholarship has passed.
Applications for the 2022 scholarship are not yet being accepted.
Who can apply:
Open to dependents of OPSEU/SEFPO members in good standing who have a visible or invisible disability and are pursuing post-secondary education at a university, community college or trades program. Extra consideration will be given to students who have participated in a collective action or community organizing on disability or human rights issues.
How to apply:
Applications are not yet being accepted for the 2022 scholarship.
Once applications are open, the following items must be submitted:
- An application form.
- Short essay (no more than 1,500 words) on a topic related to disability issues. In consideration of the needs of students with diverse disabilities, this may be presented either as an essay of no more than 1,500 words, or as a photo series, short video, poem, audio file, or visual art piece.
- A brief resume indicating your disability, accomplishments, field of study, and your relationship to an OPSEU member in good standing.
- Optional: A depiction of a collective action or community organizing on a disability or human rights issue that the applicant has engaged in.