Bursaries & Awards


The Citadel Foundation offers a variety of bursaries to young individuals from the Quebec City region seeking to pursue higher education at the post-secondary level.

Since its inception, Citadel Foundation has disbursed over 1.1 million dollars to needy students, helping them attain their educational dreams.

“The Citadel Foundation helped me attain my highest goals.  It contributed to my success by supporting me in difficult times.  Thanks to this organization, I have become a happy mother with a lovely career.”

– Angélie Caissy


“During University I came under financial hardships that would have forced me to put a hold on my education. However, thanks to help from the Citadel Foundation I was able to continue school uninterrupted. Now I am a manager at a leading financial institution.”

– Tracy Merriam

Bursary Application Form

Quebec City Women’s Club Bursaries

Financial Support Provided by the Quebec City Women’s Club

The Quebec City Women’s Club is a group of women who understand that to be educated is not only a form of development, but also the means to bring leadership and creativity to one’s domain in contemporary society.  The club provides financial support to outstanding women from the greater Quebec City region, who are comfortable in English, to pursue their education.

Awards and bursaries have been the principal activity of the group for over seventy years.  Until 2018, financing for the funds that were distributed was a local annual book fair organized by the women of the club. To ensure distribution for future years, these funds are now managed under the auspices of the Citadel Foundation in collaboration with the bursary committee.

The club currently finances awards at St. Lawrence College and the Eastern Quebec Learning Centre.  It also provides bursaries to deserving applicants who are continuing their education at university, in undergraduate or graduate programs.  In 2023, the club is offering up to $4,000 in bursaries.  Bursary committee members understand that it takes hard work and dedication to continue one’s education.  We see the Quebec City Women’s Club bursary as a way to acknowledge this important journey in a woman’s life.

Bursary Application

P.W. Sims Award

The P.W. Sims Award is presented annually to a student at St. Lawrence College with outstanding performance in the P.W. Sims Business Administration program. The award includes a scholarship in the amount of $3000 received upon proof of registration to a university of their choice.


David E. Blinco Award

The David E. Blinco Award is presented anually to a secondary five student at Quebec High School having demonstrated qualities of honesty, good sportsmanship, dedication to works undertaken, and a concern for the well-being of fellow students.


Montminy-Wolff Bursary

The Quebec High School Montminy-Wolff Bursaries were created in memory of Ms. Pauline Montminy and Mr. Stuart Wolff who were Quebec High School graduates. Upon Ms. Montminy’s passing 2 bursaries of $8,000 were set up to support 2 worthy Quebec High School graduates who showed outstanding performance in the Social Sciences and Mathematics.

The Social Science bursary is presented to the student who performed exceptionally well in Secondary 4 History and Citizenship, and Secondary 5 Contemporary World.

The Mathematics bursary is presented to the student who performed exceptionally well in Secondary 4 Math Science option and Secondary 5 Math Science option.

Both bursaries are intended to help these deserving students continue their education in the field of their choice.


Dr. Guthrie Memorial Scholarship

This annual scholarship will be awarded to a student at St. Lawrence College entering his or her first year of University in Doctor of Medicine or Bachelor of Nursing Sciences.

This prestigious scholarship is in keeping with Citadel Foundation’s mandate of helping students in financial need reach their dreams.


Moe & Regina Rosenhek

The Moe & Regina Rosenhek Award was created in order to commemorate Moe & Regina Rosenhek’s significant contributions to the English-speaking community of the Greater Quebec City region. This annual award recognizes the exemplary volunteerism of an individual in our community. The recipient of the award is recognized at Annual General Assembly of Citadel Foundation and through the Moe & Regina Rosenhek Fund, commits to making a contribution to the charity of the recipient’s choice.


Rosenhek Nomination Form