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Please review the PDF's and Website Links below for further information on scholarships posted at Student Services:


​Scholarship Workshop Presentation as 

a PDFscholarship workshop presentation.pdf


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4-H Canada offers a variety of financial supports and opportunities each year. Information on new 4-H Canada grants, scholarships and awards will be posted as they become available, so check back often!  The following scholarships will be available to current 4-H members who will attend school in September 2018.  The application period is March 1 to May 31, 2018. Winners will be notified in July. APPLY ON LINE:  https://www.4-h-canada.ca/


SHA (SASKATCHEWAN HOCKEY ASSOCIATION) HOCKEY EDUCATION GRANTS: A minimum of eleven (11) $1000 Hockey Education Assistance Grants will be awarded for Grade 12 graduating students who are either Regional Zone members, Midget AAA, Female registered players and Junior A,B or Senior registered players. You must apply by August 31, 2018. Stop by student services for further information and to pick up an application OR visit their website https://sha.sk.ca/about/awards-scholarships

 

Saskatchewan School Boards Association Scholarships:  two $2,500 scholarships are awarded to graduating high school students who remain in Saskatchewan in post-secondary study.  One is a University Scholarship: $2,500 for a student entering university in Saskatchewan.  The other is an Applied Science and Technology Scholarship: $2,500 for a student entering a recognized institute of applied science and technology in Saskatchewan.  S 500-word essay is required (info on application form). Come to Student Services for more details. Deadline: August 31, 2018.

 

SGI Anniversary Scholarship:  Four (4) Annual Scholarships of $2,500. Must be a child/legal dependent of an employee of SGI, SGI Canada or Coachman. Must be enrolled in full time post-secondary. Minimum of 70% last academic year of study.  Involved community, extracurricular activities. Application deadline: September 30th.  *****Visit their website for more information and to view more scholarships that are available. https://www.sgi.sk.ca/scholarships

 

SGI Corporate Scholarship:  Seven (7) Annual Scholarships of $2,500. Does not have to be a dependent. Be enrolled in undergraduate certificate, diploma, or degree program related to business needs of SGI Canada at an accredited post-secondary campus in SK, AB, BC, MB or ON. Minimum of 70% last academic year of study.  Involved community, extracurricular activities. Application deadline: September 30th

*****Visit their website for more information and to view more scholarships that are available. https://www.sgi.sk.ca/scholarships


The Saskatchewan Trucking Association (STA) Scholarship Program is designed to support those that are wishing to further their education into post-secondary. There are three (3) scholarships available: (1) $3,000 and (2) $1,000 awards. Our basic criteria are as follows: • Must be a dependent of an employee OR an employee of a STA member company • Application must be received no later than June 30 • High school graduate • Application is complete • Transcripts are received • Confirmation of application to a post-secondary institution Applicants that have been chosen to receive one of the three scholarships will be notified, in writing. These applicants are requested to be present at the STA's Annual Awards Banquet & Gala in October to be officially presented with the scholarship award.


National Union of Public and General Employees

Scholarships: Five (5) $1,500 scholarships are available to Grade 12 students planning to enter the first year of a Canadian public post-secondary education institution fulltime in 2018. To be eligible, one of your parents/grandparents must belong to or be retired from one of the National Unions or affiliates – in Saskatchewan, SGEU. Deadline: July 6, 2018.

  1. Brian Fudge Memorial Scholarship:  Field of study in policing, criminal justice services, community services or health care (see above criteria as well)
  2. Scholarship for Students of Visible Minority (see above criteria as well0
  3. Scholarship for Indigenous Students (see above criteria as well)
  4. Tommy Douglas: (See above eligibility that is in description)
  5. Terry Fox Memorial: Any students with disabilities with parents/grandparents that are(were) members of National Union of Public and General Employees

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Passion to Purpose is a five-day youth forum offered to 100 Canadians aged 16-24. Applications are now being accepted.  At the University of Regina from

August 13-17, these young adults will participate in workshops, team building exercises and outdoor activities. https://www.dukeofed.org/passiontopurpose

The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award is a global award that allows young people to determine what they are passionate about, regardless of their

background, culture or access to resources. The Award is open to anyone, no matter their academic standing or physical limitations.

 

The Award is completed in three levels: Bronze, Silver and Gold. There are four sections of activities for all Award levels, plus a Gold Project at the Gold level.

The four main sections include:

Community Service – Volunteerism and giving back

Physical Recreation – Break a sweat and get off the couch

Skill Development – Find your genius, your passion, in a skill of your choosing

Adventurous Journey – Get out in nature and explore the great outdoors

 

https://www.dukeofed.org/passiontopurpose


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VARIOUS SCHOLARSHIP WEBSITES (PROVINCIAL & NATIONAL). PLEASE CLICK ON THE PDF FOR MORE INFORMATATION. 

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*INDIGENOUS SCHOLARSHIP

Nelson's Indigenous Student Scholarships supports First Nation, Métis and Inuit student leaders in achieving their educational goals.

Three $3000 scholarships will be awarded to students who have demonstrated academic success, personal strength, and a commitment to preserving Indigenous languages and culture.

The application window is April 3 - June 29, 2018  Apply online at:  http://www.nelson.com/scholarship/ 

More information in Student Services.


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​UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN SCHOLARSHIPS: (check out their website for much more)



  • ​​George and Marsha Ivany President's First & Best Scholarships: students must be graduating from a Canadian high school and proceeding directly from high school to university.  A minimum average of 95% is required.  Applicants must submit the Description of Leadership and Extra-curricular Activities via the online application form.  
  • Chancellors' Scholarships: students must be graduating from a Canadian high school.
  • U of S Entrance Scholarships: students must be graduating from a Canadian high school and proceeding directly from high school to university.  Applicants must submit the Description of Leadership and Extra-curricular Activities via the online application form.  
  • Edwards Undergraduate Scholarships: open to students pursuing a Bachelor of commerce degree program in the Edwards School of Business.
  • ​College of Agriculture and Bioresources Renewable Entrance Scholarships: open to entering students pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture degree in the College of Agriculture and Bioresources.  All entering students, including international and out-of-province applicants, are eligible to apply.  One award is restricted to an Aboriginal student.

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