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Loran Scholarship 2018

 

If you are a grade 12 graduating student in a good academic standing who possess integrity, determination and personal autonomy, you are encouraged to apply for the Loran Scholar Program. The application process is now open. Candidates can apply through two groups:

Sponsored group - three students will be nominated by the school.  Students interested to be nominated should visit www.loranscholar.ca, start application process and register in the GUIDANCE office by FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6th, 2017. To register students need to submit a resume.

Direct group - need to apply online at www.loranscholar.ca by OCTOBER 25th, 2017. 

This year, the Loran Scholars Foundation will give away 34 Loran awards valued at up to $100,000 over four years and acceptable at 25 universities. For the list of participating universities visit www.loranscholar.ca 

In addition, the Loran Scholars Foundation will grant up to 104 finalist and provincial awards ($5,000 or $2,000 each) to promising candidates.

Eligibility criteria: Student must be in their final year in a high school; must have a minimum average of 85%; must have Canadian citizenship or permanent resident status; and, must be 16 years of age or older as of September 1st, 2018.

 


 

Horatio Alger Scholarship

Grade 12 students, who will graduate in June 2018 and plan to continue a post-secondary education, are invited to apply for the 2018 Horatio Alger Canadian Scholarship. The 2018 Horatio Alger Canadian Scholarship program is offering 85 scholarships to grade 12 students who have financial need and have demonstrated integrity and perseverance in overcoming personal adversity. The Horatio Alger Association offers two levels of scholarship. Only one application is needed to be considered for both scholarships. The National Entrepreneurial Scholarship will be awarded to five students in the amount of $10,000. The National Entrepreneurial Scholars will also attend an all-expenses paid conference in April held in Washington, DC. An additional eighty students will be awarded $5,000 each for the Canadian Scholarship. To be considered for the Horatio Alger Association of Canada Scholarship Programs, applicants must:

  • Be graduating in June 2018
  • Planing to continu post-secondary education
  • Demonstrate a financial need
  • Be involved in extracurricular and community activities
  • Maintain a minimum grade percentage of 65
  • Be Canadian citizen

To learn more and apply online visit www.horatioalger.ca/en/scholarships

Application deadline is October 25th, 2017.


 

Beef is Your Future

Livestock Marketers of Saskatchewan and the Saskatchewan Cattlemen's Association are offering two $1,500 bursaries to Saskatchewan high school students who will be graduating in June 2017. Eligible candidates must be planning to enroll at a Canadian post-secondary institution (degree or diploma) in a first year agriculture or veterinary medical program with the intent to work in the beef industry upon completion.

Winners will be choosen based on the following criteria:

An academic standing, leadership in a community and a demonstrated interest in the cattle sector.

To apply, students need to submit a completed application including supporting documents; a reference letter, a list of extracurricular activities and leadership initiatives, university/college acceptance letter, a high school transcript and 300 to 500 words application essay. The essay should explain "What role can you play in the future of beef production? How will you contribute to the cattle industry?"

The application deadline is TBA.

Application forms are available on https://beefcareers.ca/student-bursary/

The completed application including supporting documents can be emailed to beefisyourfuture@gmail.com or mailed to: The Livestock Marketers of Saskatchewan, Bay 6A-3602 Taylor Street East, Saskatoon, SK S7H 5H9

 


 

The National Union's Scholarship Program

for 2017

This year the National Union of Public and General Employees offers five scholarships to the children, grandchildren or foster children of the National Union's members who plan to enroll a full-time post-secondary education at a Canadian public post-secondary education institution in 2017/2018.

The amount of each scholarship is $1,500. A deadline to apply for any of these scholarships is July 7th, 2017.

1) The Tommy Douglas Scholarship is open to all students who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. it will be awarded for the best 750-1000 words essay on "How Tommy Douglas contributed to making Canada a more just and equitable society."

2) The Terry Fox Memorial Scholarship is offered to all students with disabilities who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. It will be awarded for the best 750-1500 words essay on "The importance of quality public services in enhancing the quality of life of Aboriginal Canadians."

3) The Scholarship for Aboriginal Canadians is open to all Aboriginal Canadian students who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 word essay on "The importance of quality public services in enhacing the quality of life of Aboriginal Canadians."

4) The Scholarship for Visible Minorities is open to all visible minority students who plan to enter the first year of a post-secondary education. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 word essay on "The importance of quality of public services in enhancing the quality of life of visible minorities."

5) Brian Fudge Memorial Scholarship is open to all students entering a field of study in policing, criminal justice services, community services or health care services. It will be awarded for the best 750-1000 word essay on "The importance of their field of study in policing, criminal justice services or health care in delivering public services to Canadians."

More information and online applications available at www.nupge.ca 

 


 

Education Scholarship

Each year the Saskatchewan School Boards Association awards two $2,500 scholarships to graduating high school students who remain in Saskatchewan in post-secondary study:

Degree Program Scholarship: $2,500

Technical/Trade Program Scholarship: $2,500

Scholarship recipients are selected on the basis of demonstrated good character, community leadership, financial need, and a 500-word essay.

Application form is available at

http://saskschoolboards.ca/about-us/awards-and-scholarships/educationscholarships/

Please send your application form to admin@saskschoolboards.ca by TBA.


 

Terry Fox Humanitarian Award

The Terry Fox Humanitarian Award is one of Canada's most established and prestigious awards open to students of all abilities. The value of the award is $28,000 dispersed over four years. The successful candidates will be caring individuals who are compassionate and selfless in their intention to improve the lives of others. The Terry Fox Humanitarian Award is committed to helping others and making the world a better place. To be considered, applicants must be in good academic standing, Canadian citizens or landed immigrants, graduating from high school in the coming year, involved in voluntary humanitarian activities (for which they have not been compensated), and planning to enroll a post-secondary institution in Canada.

Although Selection Committee will look for excellence in academic, athletic, and civic life; these are not factors that will be weighed as heavily as humanitarianism.

For more information and/or to apply visit www.terryfoxawards.ca

The application deadline is TBA

 


 

RBC Student Leading Change Scholarship

 

5 Scholarships - $10,000 Each for Graduating High School Students

5 Scholarships - $10,000 each for Undergraduate Students

5 Scholarships - $10,000 each for Second Degree Students

In recognition of the growing number of Canadian students showing a passion to lead and inspire positive change in community, RBC offers a total of 15 RBC Students Leading Change Scholarships worth $10,000 each. This scholarship is offered in 3 student categories. 5 Graduating High School Students will be awarded this scholarship. Along with the scholarship 2 students within each category will be awarded a Me to We Trip and 2 scholarships per student category will be reserved for RBC Royal Bank student clients. As long as you're an RBC Royal Bank client from February 23, 2016 through to the winner announcement date, you can qualify.  

For more information, eligibility criteria and/or to apply visit https://scholarships.rbc.com/StudentsLeadingchange.aspx

The application deadline is TBA

 


 

Stacey Levitt Memorial Award

On behalf of the Levitt Family, Parachute Organization is publicizing the Stacey Levitt Memorial Award. Stacey Levitt was a high school students killed by a car. Her family created a $2,500 annual award in her memory. The award is an encouragement to all students to live and embrace their life to the fullest "while maintaining an approach that is rooted in risk management and injury preventation". Any student attending a Canadian high school can apply. To apply, students need to submit following documents: a completed application form available online, a letter of recommendation from an individual with first-hand knowledge of the applicant's involvement in their school or community, and a short essay (max. 2 pages, double-space, font size 12) addressing the following question: How do you demonstrate a long life lived to the fullest and how are you helping others to achieve this? How do you demonstrate Parachute's goals, and brand values of nobility, courage, and inclusivity? If successful, how do you intend to use the funding provided by the Stacey Levitt memorial award?

The deadline to apply is TBA

If not applying online, applicants can send application form, essay and letter of recommendation to Parachute by email to submissions@parachutecanada.org, by fax 416-596-2721 or by mail to 150 Eglinton Ave. E, Suite 300, Toronto, ON, M4P 1E8

For more information and/or online application visit http://noregrets.parachutecanada.org/get-involved/the-stacey-levitt-memorial-award

 


 

 

Presents

Mary Joyce Booth Memorial Scholarship

In a memory of Mary Joyce Booth, The Canadian Parents for French are giving away two $1,500 scholarships. Successful candidates should meet the following criteria; will be graduating from Grade 12 French program and have the intention of entering a post-secondary program in the French language, should demonstrate excellence in their leadership ability and should display willingness to help others further their learning in FSL. Students interested to apply need to submit a completed application form including supplementary forms to the Canadian Parents for French Saskatchewan Branch Office TBA. Supplementary forms requested 1) A letter (written in French) outlining the applicant's learning experience in French, work or volunteer experience using French and goals upon completion of university 2) A copy of the high school transcript or equivalent 3) A letter of conditional acceptance into a Bachelor of Education Program with specialization in French 4) A letter of reference from a high school teacher, instructor or supervisor, which validates the applicant's competency in the French language. The application form and detailed information are available in the Guidance office.

 


 

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Reference List to Available Scholarships 2016-2017

 

4-H Canada www.4-h-canada.ca 8 different scholarships available for members of 4H
Aboriginal Canada www.ammsa.com 781 different scholarships available to students
Association of Canada Lands Surveyors www.acls-aatc.ca 3 separate scholarships-studying geomatics-open to everyone
Association of Canadian Universities for Northern Studies www.acuns.ca 9 scholarships for northern research-entry level of Post Secondary $1,500 - $50,000
AES Engineering Solutions www.aesengineers.com 1 essay reflecting on your personal experiences and/or circumstances
FirstSask Credit Union www.affinitycu.ca grade 11 students - 44 scholarships available throughout the province
Heroes of Our Time Scholarships www.afn.ca Heroes of Our Time scholarships to recognize the hard work, dedication and academic achievements
Canadian Western Agribition Scholarships www.agribition.com Participation at Agribition (4-H Judging, Sheaf Competition, Junior Steer Show, etc.)
Saskatchewan Agriculture Student Scholarship www.agriculture.gov.sk.ca agriculture-related post-secondary education
Automotive Industries Association of Canada www.aiacanada.com Automotive, Power Machinist
Alberta's Transmission Leader www.altalink.ca Aboriginal-no specific field of study-studying in Alberta
Foundation for the Advancement of Aboriginal Youth www.ammsa.com Aboriginal - high school, ABE or Post Sec
Aboriginal Multi-Media Society www.ammsa.com several different scholarships available
American Museum of Natural History www.amnh.org Grade 7-12, 12 prizes ranging from $500-$2,500 for essay writing - Young Naturalist Awards
Areva Resources Canda Inc. www.arevaresources.ca Northern residence
The Prince Edward Drama Scholarship www.artsboard.sk.ca 16 Grants & 2 Scholarships - ages 13 to 18, to attend a drama program located in Saskatchewan
Assoc. of Universities & Colleges of Canada www.aucc.ca several different scholarships available
The Broadcast Executives Society www.bes.ca Broadcasting or Broadcasting Sales and Marketing
Burger King Scholars Program www.bkmclamorefoundation.org employees, family members of employees and non employees (3@50,000)
Business and Professional Women's Club Saskatoon Inc. www.bpwsaskatoon.com 1 Bursary@1,000-Aboriginal female-between age 18-30 and 1 Bursary for female over 30 years of age
The BBG Communications scholarship www.breylancommunications.com between ages 16-21 - submit an essay
Kin Canada Bursaries www.bursary.ca 48 scholarships to Kinsmen & Kinette members
Canadian Association of Broadcasters www.cab-acr.ca Broadcasting
Cameco www.cameco.com 17 scholarships-pursuing mining or engineering (chemical, bio,geo, etc.) living in the North $2,500-$7,000
Canada Post www.canadapost.ca Awards-Aboriginal people who have beaten the odds by fighting for a better life and Grants for community $1,000
Canadian Landmine Foundation www.canadianlandmine.org essay on Peace Keeping
Canadian Shield Insurance & Financial Services ww2.canadianshieldinsurance.com English River or Canoe Lake First Nations or a son or daughter of a Tron Power Employee
Canada's Higher Education and Career Guide www.canadian-universities.net lists different scholarships available to students at different universities, colleges and edu. institutes
Canada Study Grants www.canlearn.ca interesting information for continuing your education and links to various scholaships and funding
Canadian Paraplegic Association www.spinalcordinjurysask.com 2 different scholarships for students with disabilies - spinal cord injuries
Saskatchewan Gaming Corporation www.casinoregina.com 5 awards to Aboriginal students
Dick Martin Scholarship Award www.ccohs.ca mine safety, occupational/industrial health/safety, industrial hygiene, safety management or other related safety
The Canadian Medical Hall of Fame/Great-West Life, www.cdnmedhall.org pursuing an education and career in medical/health sciences
The Canadian Association of Principals and Lifetouch www.cdnprincipals.org Principals nominate one student who demonstrates outstanding leadership & you can nominate a Vice-Principal
Canadian Engineering Memorial Foundation www.cemf.ca engineering-various levels
Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada www.cep.ca members and dependants of the CEP
Canadian Federation of Independent Grocers www.cfig.ca work in an independant grocery store - different contests - "Best Bagger Champion"
The Bill Kehler Memorial Scholarships www.cfr.ca 4 scholarships-broadcasting or agriculture, individuals in professional rodeo $2,500
Canadian Federation of Sexual Health www.sfsh.ca 2 scholarships-any program-improve their capacity to promote access to sexual and reproductive health and rights $3,000
Canadian Hospitality Foundation www.thechf.ca students wishing to pursue a career in the hospitality, foodservices and tourism industry
Canadian National Railway www.cn.ca female or aboriginal: engineering, IT, business admin, HR, Marketing and donations for communities $3,000
Canadian Nursing Foundation www.cnf-fiic.ca 43 scholarships-Nursing, Home Health-different levels of nursing $1,000-$5,000
Canadian Nursing Student's Association www.cnsa.ca 14 awards-all levels of Nursing-check out website and nominate your favorite nurse $500-$2,000
The Canadian Co-operative Association www.coopscanada.coop involved with co-operatives
The Canadian Press www.cp.org Aboriginal-Journalism
Canadian Prairies Group of Charted Engineers www.cpgce.org Chemical, Civil, Engineering and Technology, Mechanical and Structural Engineers
Canadian Printing Industries Association www.cpia-aci.ca printing industry (management, estimation, pre-press, press, sales, etc.)
The Canadian Sanitation Supply Association www.cssa.com 7 scholarships for different fields of study (2013 will be the last year for scholarships) $2,000
Canadian Technical Asphalt Association www.ctaa.ca scientist, technologists or engineers in the general area of asphalt paving technology
The Canadian Union of Public Employees www.cupe.ca CUPE offices have scholarships for members
Canada West Equipment Dealers Association www.cweda.ca Ag Technician, Sales & Parts, Business and Accounting
The Canadian Wildlife Federation www.cwf-fcf.org Awards, Bursaries, Scholarships & Grants
Canadian Water and Wastewater Association www.cwwa.ca municipal water or wastewater industry
The Diavik Diamond Mine www.diavik.ca Northern Dene resident, employee or dependant of employee
Learning Disabilities Association of Canada www.disabilityawards.ca Several different scholarships available
Stuck at Prom Scholarship Contest                                                                      www.duckbrand.com                                                Grade 12-creating,designing and wearing their Duct Tape Prom Attire


Sears Canadian High School Design Competition                                                                                          www.dx.org                                                                         High school students-Industrial Design, Fashion Design, Architecture/Interior Design and Graphic Design                                 
Toyota Earth Day Scholarship Program www.earthday.ca Environmental commitment, community service and leadership during the course of their studies - 20 scholarships
Environmental Careers Organization www.eco.ca The areas of environmental protection, resource management, or environmental sustainability
National Indigenous Economic Education Fund www.edo.ca Business Administration/Economics, Business Finance, Business Management, Natural Resources or CED
Global Citizen Scholarships www.eftours.com           High school students dedicated to promoting global awarness
Electro Federation Canada www.electrofed.com 35 scholarships-Electrical (Engineering, Technologis, Technician) Business Admin plus others $1,000-$2,500
The Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation www.elizabethgreenshieldsfoundation.org Early stages of their careers and who are working in a style of painting, drawing, sculpture and printmaking - grants $15,000
The Canadian Welding Bureau www.eng.cwbgroup.org Bursary awarded to students in their final year of welding
Jump Canada www.equinecanada.ca 5 bursaries; ages 14-21; hold a Gold Equine Canada sport license and are enrolled in high school, college or university
Ayn Rand Novels www.essaycontest.aynrandnovels.com 84 scholarships for an essay; grade 8-12 and post secondary; scholarships range from $50 - $10,000
Canadian Farm Business Council www.farmcentre.com Several different scholarships available
Farm Credit www.fcc-fac.ca Aboriginal-Regina area attending U of R, SIAST or SIIT - emergency fund
Financial Fitness Challenge www.financialfitnesschallenge.com Age 15-21; collect points answer questions and win money and an Ipad
Helthy Lifestyles Scholaship www.fitnessexercises.tv Under the age of 25 and write 2 essays; 1 about healthy choices and 1 about career choices
First Nations Information Governance Centre www.fnigc.ca Aboriginal; Epidemiology, Population Health, Statistics or Information Management Technology
Albert Bellgarde Memorial Scholarship www.fnuniv.ca Several different scholarships available
The Dalton Camp Award www.friends.ca Essay competition on the link between democracy and the media in Canada - 1st prize - $10,000
Herbert H. Carnegie Future aces Foundation www.futureaces.org Any field of study and between the ages of 16-24
Gabriel Dumont Institute www.gdins.org Metis-Engineering (electrical or telecommunication), Business Administration/Commerce, Computer Science
General Contractors Association www.generalcontractors.sk.ca 3 scholarships-Civil Engineering Technology or Architectural Technlogy, Carpentry and 1-Youth Apprenticeship
Girls Guides of Canada www.girlguides.ca Registered member with Girl Guides and pursuing post secondary education - 7 different scholarships
Saskatchewan General Proficiency Awards www.gov.sk.ca Each school designates their best students based on Grade 12 marks - nominated by principal - $400
Great Questions of Canada Essay www.greatquestions.com High school, college or undergaduate university student 17-25 yrs of age - essay writing
Grain and General Services Union www.gsu.ca Scholarships are avilable to all GSU members and their immediate families-including spouses
Hardwood Forest Foundation www.hardwoodforest.org Education - obtaining Master, Bachelors or Doctorate
Saskatchewan Health Bursaries www.health.gov.sk.ca Check website in March or April to see available scholarships/bursaries
3M Health Leadership Award www.healthexus.ca Nominate someone who has a significant impact on the health and well-being of their community
The Hec Gervais Academic & Curling Scholarship www.hecgervaisscholarship.com Provides young curlers with the financial opportunity
The Humane Education Network www.hennet.org 22 prizes-essay competition for high school students on Humane Issues
Health Sciences Association of Saskatchewan www.hsa-sk.com 40 plus different scholarships for HSAS members and family
Innovation Credit Union www.innovationcu.ca 27 awards@$300-High school student-outstanding attitude/spirit; 16 scholarships@($1,000-$7,000) post sec
Indspire www.indspire.ca 6 different scholarships for various fields of study
Junior Achievement Awards www.jacan.org Several different scholarships available
James Lee www.jamesleefoundation.com Photography, websites, anything creative (writers, film makers, recording, digital artists)
The Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada www.aucc.ca 12 scholarships available for different fields of study
Amelia Earhart Memorial Scholarships www.kcdc.ca Lists several scholarships and has links to others
The Kiwainis Foundation of Canada www.kfcdn.org Kiwanis members
KPMG www.kpmg.com Accounting - 2nd, 3rd or 4th year
Lafango www.lafango.com Different contests open to everyone for cash & prizes
The Lloyd Carr-Harris Foundation www.lchf.ca Medicine, education and music
Learning Disabilities Association of Saskatchewan www.ldas.org Any field of study for students with a learning disability
Leader-Post Foundation www.leaderpostonline.com Several bursaries awarded for financial need
The Royal Canadian Legion www.legion.ca Students who are children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren - check local legions
The Leonard Foundation www.leonardfnd.org Students pursuing B.Ed. or M. Div - preferance to Clergy and family members
Loran Award www.loranaward.ca 80 scholarships - Grade 12 student - 85% average
MADD Canada Bursary www.madd.ca 6 scholarships
Holmes Foundation www.makeitright.ca 10 scholarships & 10 bursaries - entering or apprenticing in residential construction or renovation $1,500
Instructors apply on behalf of student www.mcgrawhill.ca Students and Instructors fill in the application form - 20 @ $1,000
Mensa Canada www.mensacanada.org Students are required to write an essay stating their career goals
The Miller Thomson Foundation National Scholarship Program www.millerthomson.com Involment in extracurricular activities and contributions to community - 100 scholarships
Monsanto Agri-Business www.monsanto.ca 46 scholarships - farming background entering their 1st year of post secondary education in agriculture $1,500
National Aboriginal Health Organization www.naho.ca Aboriginal - 9 different scholarships
The Navy League of Canada www.navyleague.ca 6 different scholarships available to family members
Nexen www.nexeninc.com 8 scholarships - Aboriginal - relevant to oil and gas
Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions www.nurseunions.ca Nursing
Olive Garden www.olivegarden.com Submit an essay answering a question for the Pasta Tales; Grade 1-12; end hunger in community
Canadian Aboriginal Writing Challenge www.our-story.ca Aboriginal age 14-19; writing or art work
Canada's Outstanding Young Farmers Program www.oyfcanada.com Agriculture
Pat Fletcher Scholarship Foundation www.patfletcher.com Under the age of 25 pursuing education with an interest in golf
The Pioneer Hi-Bred www.pioneer.com Agronomic crops such as corn, soybeans, canola, sorghum, sunflower, wheat, alfalfa and rice

 

 Pipe Line Contractors Association of Canada                                                                     www.pipeline.ca                                                    Employess or family members at The Pipe Line Contractors Association of Canada
 Prairie North Health Region  www.pnrha.ca  Nursing-recruitment/relocate-Bursary Grant for hard to recruit areas
 Potash Corporation  www.potashcorp.corp          Scholarships offered for every Sask. University, college and Technical school
 Petroleum Services Association of Can  www.psac.ca  6 scholarships-variety of fields including engineering, medicine, technology, business, education, trades $1,000-$2,500
 Public Service Alliance of Canada  www.psac-afpc.org  17 scholarships for members and dependants
 D.R. Simmons Memorial Scholarship  www.publications.gov.sk.ca  Grade 12 - Aboriginal or Metis students
 Golf Canada  www.rcga.org  15 scholarships - athletic and academic careers of promising Canadian golfers
 The Royal Canadian                         Geographical Society  www.rcgs.org                                                 3 grants for Geographical Research - Masters or PhD
     
Royal Canadian Naval Benevolent Fund                                                                  www.rcnbf.ca                                                   Dependents and descendents of employees of RCNBF
Henry Baker Scholarship www.regina.ca 13 Scholarships-Regina area-Aboriginal-no specific field of study
Business and Professional Women's Org. www.reginabpw.org Regina and area females
Re/Max-Bursaries for Grade 12 www.remax-western.ca Grade 12 students-leadership and community contribution initiatives-16 bursaries
Retail Council of Canada www.retaileducation.ca Pursuing a retail, business or marketing-related program - 26 scholarships
Registered Psychiatric Nurses Association of Saskatchewan www.rpnas.com Scholarships/bursaries for different levels of Psychiatric nursing
Sask. Adult Basic Education Association www.sabea.ca Adult 10, Adult 12 and GED
Sask. Association of Conservation Officers www.saco.ca Renewable Resource or Integrated Resource Management, Conservation Officer or a deer hunter (check website)
Students Against Drunk Drivers www.saddsask.ca 12 Scholarships-active members in SADD
Saskatchewan Association of Student Council www.sascaleadership.ca Grade 12 student-outstanding school/community leadership
Association of Certified Fraud Examiners www.sask-acfe.com Grade 9-12 and Post Secondary; an essay
Sask. Youth Apprenticeship and Trade Cerification Com. www.saskapprenticeship.ca 40 Scholarships-high school graduates who have completed the SYA program - $1,000
Saskatoon Community Foundation  www.saskatooncommunityfoundation.ca  24 Different scholarships available
Saskatoon Health Region  www.saskatoonhealthregion.ca  SIIT, SIAST and GDI students in Health
Saskatchewan Aviation Council  www.saskaviationcouncil.ca  Commercial pilot and aircraft maintenance
Saskatchewan unit of the Council for Exceptional Children  www.saskcec.ca  Grade 4-12 student who has overcome some challenges
Sask. Drama Association  www.saskdrama.com

 1 scholarship-a member of the Sask. Drama Assoc. for a minimum of one year - $1,000

SaskEnergy  www.saskenergy.com  60 Scholarships available
Golf Saskatchewan  www.saskgolf.ca  11 Scholarships to amateur golfers
Sask. Library Association  www.saskla.ca

 Different scholarships available relating to library studies

The Grand Lodge of Sask. Ancient Free & Accepted Masons  www.saskmasons.ca  18 different scholarships available
SaskNetWork  www.sasknetwork.ca  Different scholarships available to students at different Universities, Colleges and Institutes
SaskPower  www.saskpower.com  SIIT, SIAST, U of S and U of R students
Sask. Pulse Growers  www.saskpulse.com  Agriculture, Natural Sciences, Engineering, Nutrition
Sask. Safety Council  www.sasksafety.org  Injury preventation initiatives/activities, financial need, extra curricular involment and academic average.
 Saskatchewan School Boards  www.saskschoolboards.ca  Grade 12 student continuing education and demonstrated good character, community leadership, financial need
 SaskTel Scholarships and Bursaries  www.sasktel.com  22 Scholarships plus 1 Bursary-Business/Commerce/Administration/marketing/Accounting/Electrical/Computer/IT
 Saskatchewan Trucking Association  www.sasktrucking.com  Grade 12 graduating student who is a child of employee
 SaskWater  www.saskwater.com  Water Resources Engineering Technology
 RBC Royal Bank Scholarships  www.scholarships.rbc.com  126 Scholarships available ($1,000-$15,000)
 Scholarships Canada Database  www.scholarshipscanada.com  Canada's Scholarship Website
 Canadian Universities and Colleges  www.schoolfinder.com  North America's Website for all kinds of information
 Bill Epp Memorial Art Scholarship  www.scs.sk.ca  25 Scholarships to Grade 12 students pursuing Post Sec. ($500-$1,000)
 Sask. Emergency Medical Services Association  www.semsa.org  Professional development, EMS Field, PCP to ACP or degree/currently working in Saskatchewan
 Sask. Govenment and General Employees' Union  www.sgeu.org  84 Scholarships - SGEU is committed to encouraging its members and family to lifelong learning ($500-$10,000)
 Sask. Government Insurance  www.sgi.sk.ca A list of different scholarships available to students at different Universities, Colleges and Institutes
 The Saskatchewan Hockey Association  www.sha.sk.ca  11 Scholarships awarded to SHA members
 SIAST  www.siast.sk.ca  Refer to their website
 Sask. Indian Gaming Authority  www.siga.sk.ca  14 Scholarships - please check the website
 SIIT  www.siit.ca  check website
 St. John Ambulance  www.sja.ca  7 Scholarships and Bursaries available to members
Saskatchewan Stock Growers Association www.skstockgrowers.com  A member of the SSGA or studying Agriculture or a related field
Sask. Land Surveyors Association  www.slsa.sk.ca  Surveying Technology, Geomatics Engineering Technology
Blue Convention Scholarships  www.softball.ca  7 Available awards/scholarships for coaching/umpires
The Sask. Physical Education Association  www.speaonline.ca  Leisure and recreation program, Kinesiology, Physical Education
The Saskatchewan Home Economics Teachers' Association  www.ssc.stf.sk.ca  Specializing in Home Economics
Valerie Whalley Education Foundation Fund  www.sscf.ca  Awarded to a person affected by the death of a family member, through the actions of an impaired driver
Sask. Society of Nutrition Management  www.ssnm.ca  Students pursuing a career in Food and Nutrition Management
Sask. Teachers Federation  www.stf.sk.ca  
Student Awards  www.studentawards.com  Different information about scholarships
Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions  www.sun-nurses.sk.ca  Nursing: 1st - 4th year of nursing
 Junior Citizen of the Year Award  www.swna.com  4 Awards available; positive lifestyle, dedication, caring, responsible, overcome life's challenges, inspire others

 

Transportation Assoc. of Canada Found.                                                                                                                      

www.tac-atc.ca                                                                  

37 scholarships - roadways, strategic linkages and inter-relationships with other components of the transportation system                               
TD Canada Trust  www.tdcanadatrust.com 20 scholarships-Community Leaders (environment, social justice, child poverty)
Teck Mining Company  www.teck.com Eligible dependants and employees and retirees
Ted Nolan Foundation  www.tednolanfoundation.com First Nation women wishing to complete their education
Terry Fox Humanitarian Award  www.terryfoxawards.ca Volunteer experience, overcoming obstacles, involved in a sport
The DuPont Challenge  www.thechallenge.dupont.com Grades 7-12; Essay required
The Canadian Hospitality Industry  www.thechf.ca Pursue a career in the hospitality, foodservice and tourism industry
Youth in Motion  www.top20under20.ca Demonstrated Innovation, Leadership and Achievements in life, school, community, province or country
TransCanada  www.transcanada.com Offers several different scholarships, bursaries, grants and loans
University of Alberta www.ualberta.ca Different scholarships; Female in Engineering, Science, Technology, The Entrance Leadership Award, Athletic Scholarship and many more
Canada Wide Scholarships  www.ugdsb.on.ca Check out the website
University of Regina  www.uregina.ca All kinds of information for students attending U of R
Walmart Foundation Scholarship Programs  www.walmartstores.com 2 scholarships (open to everyone) and employee grants
The Colonel Douglas H. Gunter History Awards  www.warmuseum.ca 5 awards; required to submit an essay, painting or video regarding a theme associated with the War of 1812
Soroptimist - Improving lives of Women and Girls   www.wcsoroptimist.org 3 awards available to female students; check website
The Canadian Charolais Youth Association  www.youth.charolais.com Open to all CCYA members currently enrolled at a post-secondary institution
The Johnson Corporation  www.johnson.ca 100 scholarships available to Johnson employees and family members
     

 


 

 

 

Royal Canadian Legion, Regina Branch No. 001

Ladies' Auxiliary Scholarships

The Ladies Auxiliary to the Royal Canadian Legion, Regina Branch 001 is offering a number of bursaries to assist children/grandchildren/great grandchildren of a member of the Royal Canadian Legion Ladies Auxiliary, Royal Canadian Legion, A Veteran, Ex-Service/Still Serving Military or RCMP personnel. 

 


Certified Management Accountants

High School Scholarship

The CMA High School Scholarship of $1,000 is available to one graduating high school student who is entering the accounting program at the University of Regina or the University of Saskatchewan.  The scholarship will be awarded to the student with the highest GPA in Grade 12, and will be presented at the CMA annual convocation ceremony.

To apply for this scholarship, the applicant should send a letter of application to be updated.

Suite 202, 1900 Albert Street, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, S4P 4K8

Phone: (306) 359-6461  Fax: (306) 347-8580  Toll Free: 1-800-667-3535

 


Saskatchewan School Boards Association Education Scholarships

Each year two scholarships of $2,500 are awarded to graduating high school students who remain in Saskatchewan in post-secondary study:

University Scholarship: $2,500 for a student entering university in Saskatchewan.  The application deadline is August 31st every year.

Applied Science and Technology Scholarship: $2,500 for a student entering a recognized institute of applied science and technology in Saskatchewan.

Scholarship recipients are selected on the basis of demonstrated good character, community leadership, financial need, and a 500-word essay.  

 The 2014 application form may be downloaded here

 


 

Saskatchewan High School Scholarships

Government of Canada 2014 - 2015 Student Loan Booklet

 


 

Student Awards.com

They match you with thousands of scholarships and other awards.  It's fast.  It's free.  It's easy.  Join today! 

Visit www.studentawards.com

 


 

 

SaskNetWork - Discover How Far You Can Go In Saskatchewan!

A comprehensive database of scholarships, bursaries and loans.

 

www.studentscholarships.org

describes itself as the Internet's Leading Source for Finding Scholarship Money.  Registered Users will be matched with Scholarships, Bursaries and Grants, that fit their profile (from over 24,000 scholarships) and you will see academic Majors that match your lprofile along with corresponding Wage and Salary information associated with the potential occupational outcomes of that specific Academic Program(s).  To access their Free Scholarship Database, simply create your own profile.  In the Career section you will find answers to questions you may have about certain career choices.  They'll answer your questions concerning Earnings Potential, Education Required, Unemployment, and much more!

 

Internet Sites for Scholarship Information
Student Awards www.studentawards.com
Canada Scholarships www.scholarshipscanada.com
School Finder www.schoolfinder.com
Sasknet Work www.sasknetwork.ca
Free scholarship information service www.freschinfo.com
Association of Colleges and Universities www.aucc.ca
Fast Web (U.S.A. based) www.fastweb.monster.com
Next Student (U.S.A. based) www.nextstudent.com
Canadian Financial Aid Search www.finaid.org
University of Saskatchewan www.explore.usask.ca/moneymatters/scholarships
University of Regina www.uregina.ca/awards
SIAST www.siast.sk.ca/admissions/scholarships_awards.html
Great Plains College www.greatplainscollege.ca/scholarships
Southeast Regional College www.southeastcollege.org/services/scholarships.htm
Lakeland College www.lakelandcollege.ca/admissions/funding
Saskatchewan Students Health www.health.gov.sk.ca
SGEU Scholarships www.sgeu.org
Technology-in-Action Awards www.src.sk.ca
Aboriginal Canadians and Visable Minority Scholarship www.nupge.ca
Aboriginal Awards www.ammsa.com/ammsabursary.html
Indian and Northern Affairs www.ainc-inac.gc.ca
National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation www.naaf.ca
Aboriginal Youth Network www.ayn.ca
Canadian Hospitality Foundation www.chfscholarships.com
Wendy's www.wendyclassicachiever.ca
Cumberland College www.cumberlandcollege.ca
My Future is Here www.myfutureishere.ca
Saskatchewan Youth Apprenticeship Industry Scholarships www.saskapprenticeship.ca/Youth_Apprentices