McGill has announced a call for applications for its Retention bursary program for the 2017-2018 academic year. This call is for students studying in the health and social service field at an educational institution outside of their region (Category 1), as well as studying within their region (Category 2).
The Retention Bursaries are open to students from selected Quebec regions who:
- Are Canadian citizens who have resided in a selected Quebec region for at least 2 years (24 months);
- Are permanent residents who have resided in a selected Quebec region for at least 2 years (24 months);
- Have the appropriate English and French language skills to provide health and social services in a health and social services institution in Quebec;
- Are pursuing studies in a government recognized educational institution;
- Are currently accepted into or pursuing full-time studies (the educational institution that the students are attending considers them as such) in a government recognized health and social services program (refer to Reference List of Levels of Study and Government Recognized Health and Social Services Programs) that permits the students to work professionally in Quebec upon completion of studies
- Are registered full-time during the 2017-2018 Academic Year;
- Are committed, following completion of studies, to return to a selected Quebec region to work in the field of health and social services in a public health and social services institution or related organization for a minimum of one year, per bursary awarded;
- Agree, upon completion of studies, to participate in any follow-up, monitoring or evaluation of the Program conducted by the McGill Project and/or the community network.
The bursary forms need to be submitted back to Jessica Synnott at the Vision Gaspé-Percé Now office or by e-mail at email@example.com by May 12th, 2017.
Please use the following link to access the forms and the guide: http://www.mcgill.ca/hssaccess/forms, or click the link below. If you have any questions please contact the Vision office at 418-368-3212.