Future Business Leaders Scholarship
We are proud to introduce the NNDDC's Future Business Leaders Scholarship, a prestigious award aimed at supporting and empowering the aspirations of First Nation of Na-Cho Nyäk Dun students pursuing programs related to business, finance, accounting, economics, or economic planning at the undergraduate, graduate, or postgraduate levels. This $2,000 scholarship is not just about financial assistance; it's a commitment to fostering the growth of Indigenous talent in the business world.
At NNDDC, our work is conducted through the belief that Indigenous communities hold the talent and potential to drive economic reconciliation and self-determination. Our scholarship is designed to support and encourage the next generation of Indigenous business leaders who will play a pivotal role in achieving these goals. By investing in their education, we aim to empower FNNND students to create positive economic change within their communities and beyond.
If you are an aspiring FNNND student passionate about business, finance, economics, or economic planning, we invite you to apply for the NNDDC's Future Business Leaders Scholarship. Join us in shaping a future where Indigenous voices lead the way towards economic empowerment and reconciliation.
Applicants must be an NND Citizen.
Applicants must be enrolled in any year, in a postsecondary program related to business, finance, accounting, economics, or economic planning at the undergraduate, graduate, or postgraduate level.
Completed Scholarship Application
Confirmation of NND Citizenship (This can be a letter from FNNND)
Letter of Acceptance or proof of enrollment at any accredited institution, with description of the program
A personal letter about why you’re applying for this scholarship, and your education / life goals.
Submit your application to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Application Deadlines are:
Fall Semester Intake | October 31st - Scholarships are awarded on November 15th.
Winter Semester Intake | February 28th - Scholarships are awarded on March 15th.