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Skills For Hope Foundation Awards 2018 Scholarships

Skills For Hope Foundation awards eleven Scholarships to 11 diverse students studying Science, Engineering, Nursing, Social Work, Music and Ecology at Canadian Higher Education Institutions including BCIT, Kwantlen, McGill, UBC, UOIT and VCC.

Skills For Hope Foundation partners with Science Alive SFU to provide STEM Programs

The Programs will provide opportunities for youth to explore science through hands-on, interactive workshops, to develop their interest in STEM education and STEM careers.

Hosting/Mentoring an Externship MBA Student

Skills for Hope Foundation hosts/mentors an MBA extern from Simon Fraser University (SFU) for a week. Discussing social media strategy over coffee. A good experience for all!

Skills for Hope Donated Educational Resources

Skills For Hope Foundation donates much-needed educational/skills building resources for patients at a Hospital in Greater Vancouver, BC. Patients from early childhood age to teens will benefit from these for many years.

2018 Scholarships are Now Available

Applications for 2018 scholarships are now open to applicants entering or continuing a post-secondary program or post-graduate program at an accredited college or university (or equivalent) in 2018, in Canada. To receive the scholarship, applicants must be residing in Canada and priorities will be given to vocational and technical programs. To review the requirements and apply, click here.

Skills for Hope Foundation Scholarships Awarded

Skills For Hope Foundation Scholarships awarded to fourteen individuals at educational institutions in British Columbia, Canada for September 2017. The Skills For Hope Foundation Scholarship Program expanded in 2017 – 2018 in honour of Canada’s 150th. The next application process will open in early 2018. Find out about our recipients.

Scholarships Available from Skills For Hope Foundation. Apply Now!

In honor of Canada’s 150th birthday, Skills For Hope Foundation has expanded its Scholarship Program for the year 2017 – 2018. For further details, go to its website page: Scholarships > Scholarship Programs


Many have contacted us asking: What is the IELTS? What are the CAEL and CELPIP?


The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is a test that measures the language proficiency of people who want to study or work in environments where English is used as a language of communication. Specific scores are required for employment purposes, entry into academic and vocational institutions and for immigration purposes. IELTS is available in two test formats – Academic or General Training – comprises of four language skills: listening, reading, writing and speaking.

IELTS: Quick Six Important Test Listening Tips

Top Six Quick Listening Tips for candidates taking the IELTS:

  1. You may not hear the same words exactly as you see on the question paper
  2. You should also listen for paraphrases
  3. If you miss an answer go on to the next one
  4. Remember the questions are in the same order as the information you will
    hear in the recording
  5. Check the word limit given and stick to it
  6. Check your spelling at the end

More New Educational Skills Development Programs in Canada coming soon!

Skills For Hope has been working on initiating, assisting and supporting more educational skills development programs in Canada. Discussions are taking place with some Canadian registered charity organizations to see where and how Skills For Hope can assist, and of course, meet its primary goal of making a positive and constructive impact on the lives of those in need. Watch this space!