In 2011, NRT created the New Relationship Trust Foundation (NRTF). This strategic decision allows the Foundation to use its charitable status to attract additional support for NRT’s education initiatives. In 2012, the Foundation assumed oversight of NRT’s education initiatives.
Scholarships are awarded at the Bachelors, Masters, and Doctorate levels. Scholarship applications and guidelines for the 2017-18 academic year will be made available in April. Students that intend to apply for a scholarship should return at that time to download the updated application form and guidelines.
Bursaries are awarded to students pursuing certificate, diploma, associate degree and trades programs. The Bursary application and guidelines for the 2017-18 academic year will be made available in May and September.
NEW – Indigenous Early Years Scholarships and Bursaries are awarded to Indigenous (First Nations, Métis, and Inuit) students residing in British Columbia that are enrolled at an accredited post-secondary institution and are studying in an early years related field. Applications will be made available alongside NRTF announcement dates in April and May. Students that intend to apply for an Indigenous Early Years Scholarhip or Bursary should return at that time to download the new application form and guidelines.