The NBAAC has a scholarship program, which awards successful applicants a one-time extended learning scholarship. This is available to members, their children or grandchildren; however, the member, parents, or grandparents must have a membership in good standing at the time of application. The amount of the scholarship is determined each year at a provincial meeting. The following items must accompany the completed application form:
- an official record of last year’s marks,
- a letter and/or recommendation from a teacher, guidance councillor, clergy, or employer; the letter can not be from family member or relative,
- a one-page resume, which includes your accomplishments in academic, sports, arts, etc., participation in youth groups, work experience, future plans and other pertinent information, and
- a copy of the letter of acceptance from an accredited institution,
- a grad or recent photo.
Scholarship cheques will be made payable to the institute and the scholarship recipient.