SE Mutual Scholarship Fund – Application Form
SE Mutual Insurance Company provides a special benefit to members. Each year since 2002, the company has offered $6,000 in scholarships to members and/or their dependants. Previously, the funds were allotted in twelve $500 scholarships. In 2017, we began offering six $1,000 scholarships. Education is costly and the Company is pleased to help offset the high cost of post-secondary education.
General Requirements of Eligibility
1. The Applicant (or parent/guardian) must have an active SE Mutual home, tenant, farm or commercial policy.
2. The Applicant must complete this application form.
3. The Applicant must provide a current transcript from the school, college or university attended in
the past year (if the Applicant is a mature student please note such on the application). A minimum average of 70% is required.
4. The Applicant must show proof of acceptance or enrolment as a full time student at a post-secondary educational institution (college or university).
5. The Applicant may choose to submit a 30-60 second video or audio recording on the choice of two
topics: SE Mutual – present day company or the history of SE Mutual (photos used must not be copyright protected).
6. The Applicant must provide a recent colour photo, with their application, to SE Mutual for possible publication.
7. The Applicant must not have received any scholarship monies from SE Mutual Insurance prior to this submission (Applicants may receive only one scholarship from SE Mutual).
8. The Applicant must return the application form no later than 4:30 pm on May 15th to: SE Mutual Insurance Company
Scholarship Selection Committee
663 Pinewood Road
Riverview NB E1B 5R6
Applicants must have fully completed an approved application form and have submitted it to the office of SE Mutual by the required time and date specified above. SE Mutual will notify successful applicants by June 10th. Before issuing cheques on November 10th of the same year, the company will require successful applicants to provide proof of registration in a post-secondary institution. A copy of the paid tuition, a letter from the school or institution, or a photocopy of the student card are all examples of acceptable proofs of registration.