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The Mount offers various Undergraduate Bursaries, Scholarships, Prizes and Awards for which all students qualify and/or may apply for. Below includes a list of scholarships, awards and bursaries specific to Tourism students both within and external to the Mount. All students are encouraged to apply for these opportunities.

Congratulations to our Winners!

Andy Desilets - Canadian Hospitality Foundation Jack Hurlbut, Hospitality Management - Fall 2017

Emma Goldie - Canadian Hospitality Foundation Trimen Food Service Equipment/Gordon Food Service, Hospitality Management - Fall 2017

Students studying Tourism at the Mount are encouraged to apply for the scholarships included below provided through The Canadian Hospitality Foundation (CHF). A brief description for each scholarship is included; however, ensure you visit the CHF site for a complete list of requirements.

Hospitality, Hotel, Tourism, Food & Beverage and Culinary Two Year Scholarship
This scholarship is for students in their first, second or third year of a degree program, or university students in their first-year of a 2+2 program studying Culinary, Food and Beverage, Hotel, Resort and Restaurant, Restaurant and Food Production Management and Hotel and Food Administration.

Students are automatically considered for this scholarship.

Bachelor Degree in Hospitality
John A. Rothschild Bachelor Degree in Hospitality Scholarship

This scholarship is for second year students of a community college currently enrolled in i) the 4 year Bachelor Degree in Hospitality, Hotel & Food, Tourism & Hospitality, ii) third or fourth year students who have finished a diploma program and enrolled in the Bachelor Degree in Hospitality, Hotel & Food, Tourism & Hospitality (2+2), and iii) third or fourth year University students currently enrolled in the Bachelor Degree in Hospitality, Hotel & Food, Tourism & Hospitality
Application

Application Deadlines:

Send to the to Tourism office:July 15th 2017
Or

Send direct to CHF in Toronto:July 28th 2017
Canadian Hospitality Foundation
300 Adelaide St. East, #339
Toronto ON M5A 1N1
Attn: Scholarship Committee

Students at the Mount studying hospitality are eligible to apply for the Stephen Phillips Passion for Hospitality Bursary put forward by the Hotel Association of Canada.

The Stephen Phillips Passion For Hospitality Bursary:
This bursary is dedicated to the memory of Stephen Phillips, former Vice-Chairman & CEO of AFM Hospitality Corporation Inc., who passed away from cancer in early 2007. The bursary will be awarded to the hospitality student who best represents the qualities that Stephen Phillips brought to the industry.

Nomination deadline for the 2016 Awards is Friday November 11, 2016. 

Design your dream hotel.

Enter the 2nd Annual #hotelNEXT Competition by MONDAY, APRIL 3, 2017 at 11:59pm EST.


Congratulations to Mount tourism students Sarah O'Connor and Evangeline Sing who win second place with their hotel concept called Vino Viña at the first national contest this week called #hotelNEXT.

Aspiring hotel developers from universities across Canada competed in the competition by pitching hotel concepts to a panel of Canadian investors and owners in front of a live audience at the annual Canadian Hotel Investment Conference (CHIC).  May 18 [newswire]

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Education
The IGLTA Foundation understands that advancing the safety and well being of LGBT travelers requires providing opportunities to succeed for the next generation of travel professionals committed to serving them and for LGBT-welcoming travel professionals in destinations lacking government or business support for LGBT tourism—especially in nations with governments that are hostile to the LGBT community.

Financial Assistance for Professional Development

Each year, the IGLTA Foundation provides financial support for travel and accommodations for the IGLTA Annual Global Convention for up to four students as well as up to four small-business leaders who have a documented commitment to serving LGBT travelers,particularly in destinations lacking LGBT tourism support and/or destinations having anti-gay governments. Participation in the Annual Global Convention provides these students and small-business leaders with essential information& training, contacts with industry leaders, and professional networking opportunities that would otherwise be unavailable to them.

IGLTA Foundation Building Bridges Scholarship Program 


HMGNEWH Women Leaders $5,000 scholarship, sponsored by HMG: Opens in spring, applications due late summer, award in November. Open to FEMALE Hospitality Management students only. Winning student receives paid airfare/lodging to Boutique Design Power Players: Women Leaders in Hospitality Breakfast and Panel session in New York City in November (during BDNY). Student must be able to attend awards event. Application Deadline: July 7, 2017

Application
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New!

The Nova Scotia Tourism Human Resource Council is pleased to expand their current Tourism Scholarship to include a $1,000.00 award specific to students who have completed at least on year of post secondary education in a tourism.culinary program. Students are eligible to apply during the 2nd year of the program.
See details.
Application Deadline: March 17th, 2017


Scholarship opportunities available through the NSTHRC are included below.

Walter H. Johnson Jr. Tourism Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded annually. There are two award categories: GOLD - $1,250.00 and SILVER - $750.00. Both awards are renewable for one additional year, for $750.00 and $250.00 respectively. Applicants must apply for the renewal. Preference will be given to Tourism 11 or Tourism 12 graduates.
Application Deadline: May 15

Nova Scotia Tourism Human Resource Council/
Hotel Association of Nova Scotia Culinary Scholarship
 
With the tremendous growth in the Tourism Sector, cooking professionals are in great demand. To assist in the growth of culinary talent in Nova Scotia, the Hotel Association of Nova Scotia and the Nova Scotia Tourism Human Resource Council are offering a Scholarship for high school graduates interested in pursuing post secondary education within the culinary trade. This Scholarship is presented annually in the amount of $1000 and is renewable for one additional year in the amount of $500. Applicants must apply for the renewal. Preference will be given to Tourism 11 or Tourism 12 graduates.
Application Deadline: May 15

Hotel Association of Nova Scotia (HANS)
Established in 1993, the Hotel Association of Nova Scotia's (HANS) primary objective is "To make Nova Scotia a 365 day a year travel destination". The principle role of this association is to act as a voice and represent the collective member hotels in expressing their views to all levels of government, media and academic institutions. This scholarship is presented annually in the amount of $1,000.00 and is non-renewable.
Application Deadline: May 15th

Judith B. Cabrita Tourism Professional Scholarships
To support the investment in human resource development in the Tourism Industry, NSTHRC is proud to award two scholarships for Tourism professionals seeking to upgrade their skills in their designated field.
Applications are accepted throughout the year and are reviewed by the NSTHRC Scholarship Committee on an individual basis.

Pacrim Hospitality Services has been providing financial support to the Mount's Tourism program since 2002 when the Pacrim Invitational Golf Tournament was established. In 2015, a new initiative, the TEAM (provide the title - Tourism Education Alliance ... was established). (Funds raised - include the link below) from these events provide direct support to students through scholarships, awards, and a program enhancement fund that supports scholarly activities and funding for program needs. Specific funds, scholarships, and awards made available to the program include:

http://www.pacrimhospitality.com/community/supporting-education.html 

The Pacrim Enhancement Fund
The Pacrim Enhancement Fund provides the department with monies used to enhance scholarly activities and provide funding for program needs.

Pacrim Hospitality Services Inc. Endowed Scholarships
Established by Pacrim Hospitality Services Inc. to recognize Mount Saint Vincent University’s commitment to academic excellence and the tourism profession. Awarded annually to full-time students entering the bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality Management program: one scholarship awarded to a student entering directly from high school and one scholarship to a student from the Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC), entering directly upon the completion of the NSCC’s Tourism and Hospitality Management diploma.

Pacrim Hospitality Services Inc. Endowed Award For Excellence In Tourism and Hospitality Management
Established by Pacrim Hospitality Services Inc. This award recognizes academic excellence and is presented to a student graduating from the Bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality Management degree program with the highest aggregate in each of the Spring and Fall Convocations.

Pacrim Hospitality Services Inc. Endowed Leadership Award
Established by Pacrim Hospitality Services Inc. This award recognizes a senior student who has completed a minimum of 15 units and who has demonstrated outstanding leadership qualities in her/his life as a Mount student and the potential to contribute to the profession in the future. Students must submit a resume and covering letter outlining their demonstrated leadership abilities within the University community (in sports, student government, student societies) or in volunteer activities outside of the university.
Application Deadline: March 15
 
Pacrim Hospitality Services Inc. Endowed Travel Award For The Tourism And Hospitality Management Degree
Established by Pacrim Hospitality Services Inc. This award provides financial assistance to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality Management degree who took up residence outside of Halifax Regional Municipality to complete their co-operative education work term. Students must complete the travel Award application (provided through the Co-op Office) and submit an essay on the benefits of going away for their co-operative work term and outline what they have learned and gained from this experience.
Application Deadline: November 1

2016 Tourism Cares Academic Scholarships Undergraduate Awards for Tuition.

This general application provides access to up to 20 scholarships.

  • full or part time student enrolled in a travel, tourism or hospitality related program of study pursing an associate, bachelors or masters degree.
  • enrolled in the fall semester of a two or four year university located in the United States or Canada.
  • cumulative or overall minimum 3.0 grade point average

Eligibility & Criteria

Congratulations!!

Leanne Boudreau Canadian Hospitality Foundation University Entrance - Fall 2016
Laura Kennie Pacrim Hospitality Services Inc. Endowed Award for Excellence in Tourism and Hospitality Management - Fall 2016
Daniel LeBlanc Canadian Hospitality Foundation Hospitality Management - Fall 2016
Layton Lewis and Lauren Snider Pacrim Hospitality Services Inc. Endowed Travel Award For The Tourism And Hospitality Management Degree - Fall 2016
Lindsey MacDonald Post Diploma Scholarship CHF - Fall 2016

Shixin He International Student Award - Winter 2017
Chanel Mazerolle Business & Tourism Leadership Award - Winter 2017
Shannon Frederick SKAL Award - Winter 2017
Chanel Mazerolle Pacrim Hospitality Services Inc. Endowed Leadership Award - Winter 2017
Lindsey MacDonald Nova Scotia Tourism Human Resource Council’s post secondary scholarship - Winter 2017
Sarita Singh Pacrim Hospitality Services Inc. Endowed Award For Excellence In Tourism and Hospitality Management. - Winter 2017

Congratulations to our 2015-2016 Award Winners!

Daniel Leblanc won the SKAL Award
Jack Luke won the Pacrim Endowed Leadership Award
O’Neil Miller Pacrim Hospitality Services Inc. Endowed Award for Excellence in Tourism and Hospitality Management - Spring 2016
Laura Kennie Nova Scotia Tourism Human Resource Council (NSTHRC) presented at the Tourism Education Alliance of the Maritimes TEAM event - Spring 2016
Gideon Sing Pacrim Hospitality Services Inc. Endowed Travel Award For The Tourism And Hospitality Management Degree - Fall 2015
Wenbing Zheng Pacrim Hospitality Services Inc. Endowed Award for Excellence in Tourism and Hospitality Management - Fall 2015
Mahtorrie Wilkinson
won the Bob Bagg Award for Excellence in the Pursuit of Management
Joanie O’Leary won the Department of Business and Tourism Leadership Award
Nikhil Punjabi won the International Student of the Year Award

Big Congratulations to our 2014-2015 Award Winners!

Jennifer Nooyen won the Pacrim Hospitality Services Inc. Endowed Scholarship (NSCC) and the CHF University Scholarship

Lauren Perry won the Business and Tourism Leadership Award and the Pacrim Hospitality Services Inc. Endowed Award For Excellence In Tourism and Hospitality Management

Sarah O’Connor won the SKAL Award and the CHF University Scholarship

Evangeline Sing won the Pacrim Hospitality Services Inc. Endowed Leadership Award

Difei Wu won the Pacrim Hospitality Services Inc. Endowed Scholarship (High School)

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