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RTO/ERO District 27, Ottawa-Carleton, is a vibrant, active organization made up of Retired Teachers and other Education workers. It is a not-for-profit organization. Even in retirement, our members continue to give back to their communities and volunteer in various ways. They do so not only by volunteering and giving of their valuable time, energy, and expertise but also through community out-reach programs such as RTO/ERO’s University and College Scholarship and Bursaries programs which grants 25 bursaries of $1500 to students in their final year. Locally, District 27 grants four bursaries of $500 each are given to students at Algonquin College and La Cité collégiale annually.

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1. Newred RTO/ERO DISTRICT 27 – 2017-18 UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

This new scholarship program is being initiated by our district. If you have a family member enrolled in the last year/semester of a program that is recognized at a Canadian Publicly Funded or Not-for-Profit University you may want to sponsor him or her. Deadline for application is October 31 2017.

>Download application form in Word (.docx)

>View, print & complete application form (PDF)
STARTED IN 2017 SO NO HISTORY YET.


2. RTO/ERO Provincial Project - Service to Others (Student Scholarship)

CLOSED.

Thank you for your interest in RTO/ERO’s 2016-2017 Scholarship Program. The deadline date for accepting applications has now passed and the new 2017-2018 Scholarship Application and supporting information will be posted on the website in early September 2017.


>Closed
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3. RTO/ERO Algonquin College Bursary
Awarded to two area Algonquin College students
(District 27 RTO/ERO Program)


RTO/ERO District 27 annually awards $500 bursaries to two students from Algonquin College to assist with their studies.
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4. RTO/ERO La Cité collégiale Bursary
Awarded to two area La Cité Collégiale students
(District 27 RTO/ERO Program)


RTO/ERO District 27 annually awards $500 bursaries to two students from La Cité Collégiale to assist with their studies.
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