Offered by McGill University in collaboration with Jeffery Hale Community Partners. The Health and Social Services Community Leadership Bursary program aims to reach students from selected regions of the province of Quebec with English and French language skills who are pursuing full-time studies in the area of health and social services in a government-recognized educational institution.
This bursary program also focuses on students who have demonstrated a commitment to, and involvement in, their community with the intent of encouraging them to return to (or stay in) their region to work in the public health and social services system after completing their studies. There are a few bursaries available in different categories. For more information, please download the documents below in PDF format.
Call for Applications: Category 1 & 2
Submit your applications before May 16, 2022
*For students in a vocational training program, the bursary application is an open call and can be submitted at any point during the 2022-2023 academic year.
Read the general information letter about the category 1 & 2 bursaries.
- Bursary application guide
- Student application form
- Reference form (two references required)
- Pour des informations en français, veuillez change la langue dans le coin supérieur droit de cette page.
NOTE: If you are from a region elsewhere than Greater Quebec City, you may still be eligible to apply. The bursary application guide contains a list all of the participating community networks across the province.
We congratulate all past recipients and wish them continued success. Please open the list of recipients since the program started in 2015.
Other bursaries available in our community
Please visit the web site of the Citadel Foundation for application forms for other bursaries available in our community, including those of the Quebec City Women’s Club.
If you would like to be added to the mailing list for bursary program updates, please email email@example.com or call 418-684-5333, ext. 11835.
This initiative is funded by Health Canada, and supported by Dialogue McGill at McGill University, under the Action Plan for Official Languages – 2018-2023: Investing in Our Future. The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent the views of Health Canada, McGill University, and Dialogue McGill.