Dear members, Please take a moment to review the updated Scholarship Directory from the Black Foundation of Community Networks (BFCN). This is a scholarship directory for students who are pursuing post-secondary undergraduate education in Canada. Although the deadline dates listed are for 2018, many of these are annual scholarships. The contact information for the organizations Read more about Updated Scholarship Directory from the Black Foundation of Community Networks (BFCN)[…]
Dear members, Please share this invitation with your unions, locals, units, affiliated organizations, friends, and of course family. This is our 20th year and we are extremely excited to celebrate our history with you, and present awards & scholarships to our sheroes / heroes in the community. Here are the links to the Event Flyer, Read more about CBTU 20TH Annual Awards Dinner, Dance & Fundraiser[…]
Dear members, here is the Black Foundation of Community Networks’ Scholarship Directory for 2014.
The CBTU Region 1 Conference will be taking place from August 15-18, 2013 in Rochester, NY, USA. Attached are the documents for registration. Please drop us a line if you have registered so we have an idea of the Canadian delegation that will be in attendance, thank you! Region 1 Conference Call & Registration Form Read more about CBTU Region 1 Conference Call: Rochester, NY, USA[…]
The CBTU Ontario Canada Chapter is accepting applications for its annual Ann Newman Scholarship Fund. The Scholarship is awarded in honour of Ann Newman, a labour and community activist and was established to provide partial scholarships to youth in the Black community pursuing a post-secondary education. One scholarship will be awarded to the successful applicant Read more about Scholarship Application Deadline is July 30, 2012[…]
CBTU Ann Newman Scholarship Fund APPLICATION FOR CONSIDERATION COALITION OF BLACK TRADE UNIONISTS ANN NEWMAN YOUTH SCHOLARSHIP FUND APPLICATION FOR CONSIDERATION PURPOSE: This Fund was established to provide partial scholarships to members of CBTU Ontario Chapter, their children, grandchildren or family members or youth in the Black community pursuing a post-secondary education. Read more about Default title[…]