Bursaries

Brother Doug Kingston Memorial Bursary

One (1) $1252.00 bursary shall be AWARDED ANNUALLY BY THE NEW BRUNSWICK COUNCIL OF HOSPITAL UNIONS CUPE LOCAL 1252. APPLICANTS MUST BE A MEMBER, SON, DAUGHTER, SPOUSE, PARTNER, STEPSON, STEPDAUGHTER OR WARD OF AN ACTIVE, RETIRED OR DECEASED MEMBER AND ATTENDING OR ABOUT TO ENROLL IN ANY INSTITUTION OF HIGHER LEARNING.

All applicants for these Bursaries must be written on the prescribed form and must be received by the Secretary-Treasurer NBCHU CUPE 1252, 480 Main St Unit 5, Woodstock, NBE7M 2C1or the Education Committee of the New Brunswick Council of Hospital Unions CUPE Local 1252 no later than September 1st.

The successful Applicant will be notified, in writing, immediately following the decision of the Education Committee of the New Brunswick Council of Hospital Unions CUPE Local 1252.


Solidarity Bursary

Sponsored By
André Gallant Financial Security

NBCHU CUPE LOCAL 1252 in partnership with André Gallant Financial Security is pleased to offer an annual bursary in the amount of $300.00.

Applicants must be a member, son, daughter, spouse, partner, stepson, stepdaughter or ward of an active, retired, or deceased member and attending or about to enroll in any institution of higher learning.

The basis of this bursary shall be the applicant’s financial need and curricular activities. Please complete both sides


New Brunswick Council of Hospital Unions Bursaries

FOUR (4) $500.00 BURSARIES SHALL BE AWARDED ANNUALLY BY THE NEW BRUNSWICK COUNCIL OF HOSPITAL UNIONS CUPE LOCAL 1252. APPLICANTS MUST BE A MEMBER, SON, DAUGHTER, SPOUSE, PARTNER, STEPSON, STEPDAUGHTER OR WARD OF AN ACTIVE, RETIRED OR DECEASED MEMBER AND ATTENDING OR ABOUT TO ENROLL IN ANY INSTITUTION OF HIGHER LEARNING. THE JEAN THEBEAU LEADERSHIP BURSARY WILL BE AWARDED TO AN ACTIVE MEMBER; IF NO MEMBER HAS APPLIED, THEN IT WILL BE AWARDED TO THE NEXT SUCCESSFUL GENERAL APPLICANT.

All applicants for these Bursaries must be written on the prescribed form and must be received by the Secretary-Treasurer 480 Main Street Unit 5, Woodstock, NB E7M 2C1 or the Education Committee of the New Brunswick Council of Hospital Unions CUPE Local 1252 no later than September 1st.

The successful Applicant will be notified, in writing, immediately following the decision of the Education Committee of the New Brunswick Council of Hospital Unions CUPE Local 1252.


The Donald Wilkens and Bertha Huard Memorial Bursaries

BURSARIES AWARDED ANNUALLY BY THE NEW BRUNSWICK COUNCIL OF HOSPITAL UNIONS CUPE LOCAL 1252 COVERING THE EXPENSES FOR TWO (2) MEMBERS OF THE NEW BRUNSWICK COUNCIL OF HOSPITAL UNIONS CUPE LOCAL 1252 TO ATTEND THE CUPE WEEKLONG SCHOOL.

All applications for bursaries must be written on the prescribed form and must be received by the Secretary-Treasurer – 480 Main Street Unit 5, Woodstock, NB E7M 2C1 or the Education Committee of the New Brunswick Council of Hospital Unions CUPE Local 1252, no later than September 1st. It will be awarded by October 31st.

The successful applicants will be notified, in writing, immediately following the decision of the Education Committee of the New Brunswick Council of Hospital Unions CUPE Local 1252.


The Muriel Duckworth Memorial Bursary

Sponsored By
Higgins General Insurance

NBCHU CUPE LOCAL 1252 in partnership with Higgins General Insurance is pleased to offer an annual bursary in the amount of $1000.00. This bursary will be offered to a full-time student who will be attending university or trade school/community college. The bursary is in the name of Muriel Duckworth, who for 60 years, worked as a tireless crusader and advocate for social justice and change. Muriel was involved with numerous organizations supporting peace initiatives, social reform and educational development all across Canada. Muriel played an integral role in the evolution and development of Canadian women’s social and peace movements on local, provincial and national levels. Sometimes her role included that of singer in the well-known protest group “The Raging Grannies” who were the highlight of many rallies and demonstrations over the years. Sister Duckworth died in 2009, at the age of 100.

Applicants must be a member, son, daughter, stepson, stepdaughter, spouse, partner or ward of an active, retired or deceased member.

The basis of this bursary shall be the applicant’s financial need and current and ongoing volunteerism/social activism in his/her community. Please complete the form on both sides.