The Brant Rod & Gun Club is proud to provide two $1000 bursaries per year for eligible post-secondary students in an environmental or conservation program.
Congratulations to Joseph Nowlan, a fourth year marine biology student at the University of Guelph. He is the 2018 recipient of the Brant Rod & Gun Club Bursary Award.
The 2017 BRGC Bursary Award went to Joseph Nowlan studying at the University of Guelph. The 2015 BRGC Bursary Award went to Mike Hagar studying at the University of Waterloo.
To apply for one of the BRGC Bursaries you must be a full-time student of merit who has graduated from a Brant County Secondary School (this includes City of Brantford) or are an immediate family member (child or grandchild) of a Brant Rod & Gun Club member and enrolled in a post-secondary program in Forestry Management, Biology, and areas of Contemporary Studies or Environmental Studies.
Applications are accepted from September 1st to January 29th each year. The application package link will only be visible during this time period from the menu under the Bursary Menu Item.