RBC Agility Award

The RB Agility Award was established to support the mandate of the Agility program, to foster and enable innovation and entrepreneurship.

Eligibility: Continuing full-time undergraduate students who have participated or are currently participating in the Agility program, with an interest in innovation and entrepreneurship related to family, small or rural business activities. Students must have completed a minimum 24.0 credit hours in the previous fall/spring semesters at the University of Lethbridge with a minimum 3.0 GPA. A separate application is required for this award. Applicants will demonstrate engagement in Agility programming (e.g. participation in; sponsored courses, projects and competitions, working groups, workshops, Agility Fellowships, etc.), and/or on-going engagement reflective of entrepreneurial spirit and skills (e.g. Junior Achievement, Canadian Youth Business Foundation, Community Futures, Chinook Entrepreneur Challenge, participation in a family, small, and/or rural business, self-initiated, etc.). Preference will be given to students enrolled in the Family & Small Business minor. Students may only receive this award once. Payable upon confirmation of full-time enrolment at the University of Lethbridge upon the granting of the award.

Application: Applicants must submit a minimum of a one-page description of their recent involvement in entrepreneurial or innovative activities and/or evidence of their involvement in Agility programming. Recipients are selected by committee.

Award
$1,500.00
Scopes
Undergraduate Awards
Deadline
03/15/2021
Supplemental Questions
  1. Have you participated or are you currently participating in the Agility program?
  2. Are you interested in innovation and entrepreneurship related to family, small or rural business activities?
  3. Please submit a one page description of your recent involvement in entrepreneurial or innovative activities and/or evidence of your involvement in the Agility programming. This may include demonstrated engagement in agility sponsored courses, projects, competitions, working groups, workshops, Agility Fellowships, etc. You can also indicate your experience that reflects your entrepreneurial spirit and skills (e.g. Junior achievement, Canadian Youth Business Foundation, Community Futures, Chinook Entrepreneur Challenge, participation in a family, small and/or rural business, self-initiated, etc).
  4. I hereby authorize Scholarships and Student Finance to distribute all information and documentation pertaining to this application to members of the selection committee.