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European Climate Foundation (ECF)

La European Climate Foundation (fondation européenne pour la protection de l’environnement – ECF) a été créée par un groupe de fondations philanthropiques qui souhaitaient investir de concert dans la recherche, l’élaboration des politiques et...

Programme d’été en recherche à l’École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)

L’EPFL est l’un des deux instituts fédéraux de technologie de la Suisse. Il s’agit d’un établissement universitaire de recherche et d’enseignement public de grande renommée, spécialisé en sciences naturelles et en génie. Chaque été, l’EPFL offre à...

Mandela Rhodes Scholarships

Les Mandela Rhodes Scholarships (bourses Rhodes Mandela) contribuent à l’édification d’un leadership exceptionnel en Afrique, par le biais de bourses de maîtrise destinées à de jeunes leaders africains aux universités d’Afrique du Sud. Les boursières et...

Fondation Boursiers Loran

Les bourses de la Fondation Boursiers Loran, destinées à des étudiantes et étudiants de premier cycle, sont les mieux dotées du genre au Canada. Le programme, très sélectif, repose sur trois qualités essentielles : personnalité, service à la société et...

Centre d’animation scolaire de l’Ontario

Le Centre d’animation scolaire de l’Ontario s’est donné pour mission de motiver et de former les jeunes de la 6e à la 12e année en leur offrant des programmes d’été au cours desquels ils acquièrent des compétences et des ressources qu’ils mettront ensuite...

Rhodes Trust

Les Rhodes Scholarships (bourses d’études Rhodes) permettent aux étudiantes et étudiants des cycles supérieurs qui se démarquent par leurs excellents résultats, leur personnalité, leur leadership et leur volonté de servir la société, d’étudier à...

Des nouvelles de la Fondation McCall MacBain

Les titulaires de la Bourse McCall – Comté de Huron en 2020

Comté de Huron, Ontario (2 septembre 2020) – Cinq étudiant·e·s du comté de Huron ont reçu une bourse de quelque 32 000 $, qui leur permet d’entreprendre cet automne un programme d’études de premier cycle de quatre ans. Il s’agit de la deuxième cohorte de titulaires de...

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Les titulaires de la Bourse MacBain – Niagara Falls en 2020

Niagara Falls, Ontario (2 septembre 2020) – Six étudiant·e·s de Niagara Falls reçoivent une bourse de quelque 32 000 $, grâce à laquelle ils entreprennent cet automne un programme d’études de premier cycle de quatre ans. Il s’agit du troisième groupe de titulaires de...

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Congratulations to the first class of @mccallmacbainscholars at @mcgillu, and to all those who were considered for the program! We are so proud to provide these students with opportunities to realize their potential. Each scholar was chosen based on their character, community engagement, leadership potential, entrepreneurial spirit, academic strengths and intellectual curiosity. In the words of John McCall MacBain: “The global challenges we face as a society need the energy and entrepreneurial spirit of these scholars.” Learn more about the inaugural recipients of Canada’s first comprehensive leadership-based scholarship for master’s and professional studies, at: ...

Are you a talented @mcgillu graduate with strong character and leadership potential? Applications are open for the John McCall MacBain Graduate Scholarship at Wadham College, Oxford.

Applicants must have completed at least one degree at McGill by August 2021 and must be admitted to a graduate course that is offered at Wadham College.

Applications are due April 6th at 14:00pm EDT. Visit to apply!


Today's #GranteeSpotlight is on the Kupe Leadership Scholarships at @universityofauckland.

In 2017, the McCall MacBain Foundation partnered with the University of Auckland to create the Kupe Leadership Scholarships, which give exceptional scholars an integrated financial, personal and professional experience that equips them to succeed as leaders in New Zealand, and internationally.

Pictured above is one of the 2020 Kupe Leadership Scholars we are proud to support, Sung-Min Jun. Sung-Min is completing a Bachelor of Medical Sciences (Honours). He shares the following:

“Embarking on a career in medicine, I am passionate about equity within healthcare. Of particular interest to me is the role of healthcare professionals in perpetuating or reducing health inequities. Research consistently shows that factors like ethnicity (i.e. Māori vs non- Māori) play a significant role in determining the quality of care a patient receives.

While multifactorial, a large part of this can be attributed to the attitudes and decisions a healthcare professional makes. New Zealand has come far in educating and working towards attaining this standard, however, we still have a lot to achieve and hope for. I aim to utilise all that I can to continue to foster and take part in developing the attitudes required to address this issue.”

#Scholarships #HigherEd #HealthEquity #Philanthropy

From @mccallmacbainscholars: Best wishes to a few more McCall MacBain Scholarship finalists as they participate in interviews this week! These three come from @UofT and @universityofvictoria.⁠⁠
@newcollegetoronto #urbanstudies student AJ Bimm is captain of the @varsitybluestf team and has represented #UofT in national and provincial championships. He recently co-founded a group for Black, Indigenous and People of Colour (BIPOC) student-athletes.⁠⁠
Grace Ma has pursued two passions – humanities and environmental science – throughout her studies @trinitycollegetoronto. She has been involved with the literary arts journal for four years and co-leads @uteatoronto, an environmental action group.⁠⁠
@UVicSoc student Megan Ingram has dedicated her time to giving back to the disabled and queer communities that have supported her. She advocated for the needs of underrepresented students on campus via #uvicsenate and as an advisor on accessibility and accommodation. Megan also volunteered as an orientation leader.⁠⁠
🗓️ Want to learn more about the McCall MacBain Scholarships? Join our info sessions on March 23 and 24. RSVP ➡️ link in bio.⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠
#scholarships #graduatestudies #mcgillu #leadership #communityengagement #bleedblue #athletics #environmentalscience #sociology #advocacy

Thank you Mayor @val_plante for having taken the time to meet this afternoon with the finalists for the @mccallmacbainscholars at @mcgillu. What a rich discussion on #leadership, #civicengagement, and the city of #Montreal. Tomorrow is the first day of final interviews for these inaugural 50 finalists. ...

Applications are now open for the John McCall MacBain Graduate Scholarship at Wadham College, Oxford.

This scholarship was established by friends of John McCall MacBain in his honour to support talented @mcgillu graduates of strong character with leadership potential to improve the lives of others. The award is valued at up to GBP 40,000 – 50,000 per year for the regular duration of the graduate course taken full-time.

Applicants must have completed at least one degree at McGill by August 2021 and must be admitted to a graduate course that is offered at Wadham College.

Applications are due April 6th at 14:00pm EDT. Visit to apply!


Today's #GranteeSpotlight is on @outsidelookinginshow. For 13 years, Outside Looking In has used the power of dance to build confidence, team building, and life skills for Indigenous youth in Canada. An Indigenous-led organization, Outside Looking In runs programs in 26 Indigenous communities across the country.

The McCall MacBain Foundation is thrilled to support Outside Looking In's alumni programming.

Hear from Dawson, who shares how the program has helped with confidence building!

Meet @uwinnipeg graduates Chanelle Lajoie, Josh Swain, and Sophia Hershfield, three of the inaugural finalists for the @mccallmacbainscholars @mcgillu.

Chanelle Lajoie organizes community gatherings to educate people on Indigenous sovereignty on Turtle Island and Treaty 1 Territory. They create films about queer Métis experiences, raise awareness of harms caused by policing, and edit a bi-monthly magazine to share prisoners’ lived experiences with the public. Lajoie works part-time as program coordinator and as a reunification support mentor for families impacted by the child welfare system.

Josh Swain engages with his Métis heritage by helping run a campus group that supports Indigenous students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. This past year, he also helped teach biology and financial literacy to Indigenous students.

Sophia Hershfield organized events and served on a national advisory committee to create more queer spaces within the Jewish community. On campus, she co-organized the largest business case competition in Western Canada, organized an annual trip for 50 politically interested students from across the country, and volunteered with her local Hillel chapter.

They will join 47 other Canadian peers from 28 universities at virtual final interviews next week with Canadian leaders from academia, business, government, and the social sector.

Congratulations Chanelle, Josh, and Sophia!

We are so pleased to share the McCall MacBain Foundation's latest Impact Report. Since 2007, we have committed over CAD $400 million primarily to initiatives in education and scholarships, climate change and environment, and health. Over 800 grants have been given, and over 1400 students have been supported with scholarships, fellowships, internships, and enrichment programs. Head to to read the report in full.

#philanthropy #impact #education #scholarships #climatechange