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UNBI Pipeline Scholarship

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UNBI Pipeline Scholarship Application
Through financial contributions provided by Maritimes Northeast Pipeline (M&NP), UNBI has developed a student award program designed to recognize the exceptional efforts of our members attending post secondary institutions and an award for our students graduating from high school.

Who is eligible?
Maliseet and Mi’kmaq students who are a registered member of a UNBI community and are enrolled as full time students in the current academic year. Priority will be given to those students on the Band nominal role (High School)) and to students being funded through their respective Bands (Post-secondary).

High School:        $500.00 will be awarded to qualifying High school students from the community who are graduating in any given application year.
Post Secondary:  $1000.00 will be awarded to qualifying students from the community enrolled in a university, college, vocational or technical institute.

Please note our new address:

Union of New Brunswick Indians, Inc. Training Institute
75 Melissa Street - Unit 1
Richibucto Road, NB
E3A 6V9


UNBI Scholarships are awarded to post-secondary graduate and undergraduate students for leadership, academic achievement and financial need. Please remember that a scholarship is never intended to cover all the costs of a students educational program. It supplements other financial resources from each of First Nation community for students. Companies who wish to support the achievement of the Mi'kmaq and Maliseet people make awards possible. Recipients cannot receive more than one scholarship per year. All students are encouraged to apply and submit application as soon as possible. Please read our Scholarship Policy before you apply.

These scholarships are made possible by contributions from industry for students pursuing academic programs in the sciences, engineering, natural resources and business administration, post-secondary education and vocational training. Programs of study may be two to four years or longer.