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Section A: Your Personal Profile
Section B: Your School/Program/Career Profile
13) Your University/College: Provide the name and postal address of the college/university you will be enrolled in during the academic year 2016-17

Section C: Your Academic Achievement
Note: Answer 21 or 22, but not both.


Section D: Your Finances

Section E: Your Record of Community Service

Section F: Donor-determined Selection Criteria

Section G: Submitting Your Application and Documents
34) Submitting Your Application *
Use the built-in on-line protocol for submitting your application. Immediately thereafter, submit supporting documents in a separate email to the NSF as noted in Item 35. Submit your application by the deadline of Friday, June 16, 2017.

35) Electronic Submission of Supporting Documents *
Immediately after submitting your scholarship application, you must send an email to the BBPA National Scholarship Fund (scholarships@bbpa.org) with the following documents attached in PDF format:

i: A Letter of Recommendation from your Teacher: PDF format
ii: A Letter of Recommendation from a member of your Community: PDF format
iii: Your Academic Transcript: PDF format.

Should you experience a delay in obtaining your hardcopy original transcripts, we will extend the receipt of your transcript to a June 30, 2017 deadline.

Note: Indicate your name (Surname, Given Name) on the subject line of all emails sent to the NSF Office. (Example: Doe, John)

36) Submitting Your Hardcopy Original Transcript *
You must submit a hardcopy original of your academic transcript to the NSF Office no later than Friday, June 30, 2017. It must be received by the NSF by June 30, 2017. Refer to Items 21 and 22 of this application form for details about your academic transcript. (See the NSF’s address in Item 36)

37) Communicating with the BBPA National Scholarship Fund *

i: Email Address : scholarships@bbpa.org

ii: Postal Address: The postal address of the National Scholarship Fund is:
The Board of Trustees
The National Scholarship Fund
180 Elm Street
Toronto, Ontario
M5T 3M4


iii: Phone: 416 504 4097

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Leaders of Tomorrow Program

The Leaders of Tomorrow Program is designed to help disadvantaged Black high school students in the Greater Toronto Area enhance their career opportunities and provides scholarships, career and life skills counseling. The program presently consists of the Leaders of Tomorrow Scholarships and the annual Leaders of Tomorrow: Business and Technology Conference.

Leaders of Tomorrow Scholarships

Four scholarships valued at $2,000.00 each are available exclusively to students from the “high priority neighbourhoods” in the City of Toronto identified by the United Way and the City of Toronto. Students may apply by downloading and completing the BBPA National Scholarships application form. Applicants must satisfy the eligibility requirements stated in the application form and must reside in one of the following neighbourhoods: Crescent Town, Dorset Park, Eglinton East-Kennedy Park, Flemington Park-Victoria Village, Jamestown, Jane & Finch, Lawrence Heights, Malvern, Scarborough Village, Kingston-Galloway, Steeles-L’Amoreaux, Westminster-Branson and Weston-Mt. Denis. To satisfy the selection criteria applicants need only be enrolled in a full-time college or university program and must demonstrate financial need. Recognized contribution to the community is not a pre-requisite for selection for these scholarships but would be an asset.

Leaders of Tomorrow Conference

This annual two-day conference educates high school students who intend to pursue post-secondary education on what it takes to be successful in a business environment. The conference provides information on careers in the business and technology fields.

Students are coached in workshops on topics such as: Interviewing Skills, Business Etiquette and Professional Conduct, Career Management, Navigating the Education System, Money Management, Entrepreneurship – How to Start a Business, Training and Education for the Skilled Trades and The Importance of Volunteering.

Over two hundred students attend the conference annually and have the opportunity to network with Black and other executives from the banking, insurance, engineering, accounting and technology fields as well as University representatives.

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