CCGoodwin Bursary

What would you do with $1,000?

At CCGoodwin Consulting, our purpose is to Do Good & Be Great. Our mission is to empower people to be great leaders, by helping them to listen, communicate, act and inspire. We also value community.


To give emerging leaders a helping hand, for the second year in a row our team invites post-secondary students in New Brunswick, Canada to apply for one of three $1,000 CCGoodwin Consulting bursaries.

Thank you to everyone who submitted an application. Applications are now closed.

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You’re eligible if you…

  • Are a recent grad or mature student (priority given to single parents)

  • Are a resident of New Brunswick at the time of application (but can be attending school out-of-province in the fall)

  • Are a domestic or international student

  • Can provide proof of enrollment at an accredited university or college in September 2021 (first year or returning)

  • Are not a close relative of anyone on the CCGoodwin Consulting team, or of a client contact (family household)

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Application Details

  • Applications are being accepted until August 22, 2021, midnight ADT.

  • You must provide a personal statement (maximum 300 words) that speaks to how you could benefit from this bursary. Bonus points if you explain how this aligns with our values of leadership, community and/or growth. 

  • You must submit supporting documentation that provides proof of enrollment in a post-secondary institution.

  • Successful applicants must agree to share – and to later provide – a high-resolution photo for use in our team’s social media channels.

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Judging Criteria

The successful applicant will:

  • Meet all criteria outlined in the eligibility section

  • Complete all elements outlined in the application requirements

  • Submit a compelling personal statement

  • Demonstrate financial need

Aligning with our commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion, we welcome and strongly encourage individuals from communities that have experienced, and continue to experience, structural inequities to apply. Our firm adheres to the ISO 26000 guidelines for social responsibility, and we are taking steps to understand and apply the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s Call to Action #92 (Business and Reconciliation).


The CCGoodwin Consulting team reserves the right to award this bursary at its sole discretion. Based on the evaluation by the CCGoodwin Consulting team, applicants who best meet the criteria above will be selected as winners. Only successful applicants will be contacted.