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Post Secondary Scholarship Program


To enable Aboriginal communities to build a better future for themselves, and to support and encourage the attainment of higher levels of education by Aboriginal Canadians. The National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation has established a scholarship fund to provide scholarships, based on merit and need to First Nations, Non-status Indians, Métis and Inuit.

Who Can Apply

The Post-Secondary Scholarship Program is managed and delivered by the National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation, through an endowment.

Aboriginal students enrolled, or accepted for enrolment, as full-time or part-time post-secondary studies of two or more academic years in duration which are recognized by Canadian and foreign post-secondary institutions, in fields of studies that support and contribute to Aboriginal self-government and economic self-reliance can apply directly to the National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation.

What Is the Deadline

The National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation establishes the deadlines for applications.

How Do I Apply

You can apply directly to The National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation . You can also obtain an application form by calling toll free 1-800-329-9780.

For More Information

Aboriginal Affairs Branch 15 Eddy Street, 7th Floor Gatineau QC K1A 0M5 Telephone: (819) 994-3835 Fax: (819) 953-2673 Email: autochtone-aboriginal@pch.gc.ca
The National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation 70 Yorkville Avenue, Suite 33A Toronto ON M5R 1B9 Tel: 1-800-329-9780 Fax: (416) 926-7554 Email: naaf@istar.ca