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Cambrian Credit Union is pleased to offer the Learning for Life Award for the 2021-2022 academic year.


Each year, Cambrian awards scholarships to select students through the Learning for Life Award to support continued education in the community. The award is open to any student from within Manitoba who will be pursuing post-secondary education in fall 2022. Applications are open from April 4 – May 31, 2022.



Learning for Life Award


This year, Cambrian will be providing five awards valued at $2,500 each to support students who are pursuing post-secondary education in the fall and exemplify leadership in one of the following five areas:

Arts & Culture
  • Promotes and supports cultural diversity in Manitoba by helping to create vibrant, dynamic communities through arts programs and initiatives.
Community Care
  • Helping to improve their community through programs and initiatives that improve the lives of others and volunteer efforts.
Education
  • Helping to bring awareness and understanding to various financial literacy programs by promoting and supporting an inclusive learning environment for their peers and community.
Health & Wellness
  • Making a difference in the lives of others through health focused programs and initiatives.
Member Award
  • A member at Cambrian Credit Union and helping to make a difference within their school and community.



About the Learning for Life Award


Cambrian Credit Union is proud to support Winnipeg and Selkirk students along their learning journey. This is an award that Cambrian offers each year that has provided over $150,000 to students pursuing post-secondary education.

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