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DEADLINE DATES AT A GLANCE

(A sample of scholarships, bursaries and awards that may interest you)

 

Scholarship Name (Click on any award for details)
Value Deadline to Apply
International Chapter of the P.O.E.  Sisterhood Scholarship $2,500 September 30
Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority First Nations Scholarships
$2,500 October 1
SaskTel Metis Scholarship $2,000 October 1
AES Engineers Scholarships $500 October 6
Loran Award $80,000

October 7 (sponsored applicants)

October 26 (direct pool applicants)

Saskatchewan School Boards Association Education Scholarship $2,500 x 2
August 31
University of Toronto Book Award & National Scholarships 4 yrs. tuition
November 6
TD Scholarships for Community Leadership $70,000 x 20 November 18
University of Alberta Scholastic Distinction Scholarship Competition Up to $50,000 January 7- Mar 4
University of Alberta Leadership Scholarship Up to $20,000 January 7- Mar 4
Burger King Scholars Program Up to $50,000 December 15
AFOA - PotashCorp Aboriginal Youth Financial Management Awards $5,000 January 10
The Art Institutes Culinary Scholarship - Best Teen Chef Competition Varies January 23
Terry Fox Humanitarian Award Program $7,000/yr X 4 February 1
Schulich Leader Scholarships $60,000 February 4
Sask. Lester B. Pearson Scholarship $80,000 February 15
CAA Saskatchewan Entrance Scholarship (U of S) $2,500 February 15
Uplands Youth Community Award $500 February 28
RBC Aboriginal Student Awards Program $4,000/yr x 4
February 28
Agriculture Student Scholarship $10,000 March 1st
RE/MAX of Western Canada Quest for Excellence Awards $1,000 March 13
Odd Fellows and Rebekahs of Saskatchewan Bursary $1,000 March 15
Alan Blakeney (U of R) Entrance Scholarhip $3,300 March 17
Anne Rigney (U of R) Entrance Scholaship $3,000 March 17
Alumni Association Children of Alumni Entrance Scholarship $1,000 x 3 March 17
35 Lions Club of Regina Entrance Scholarship $1,100 March 17
SaskTel Scholarships $3,000 March 31
Canadian Aboriginal Writing & Arts Challenge $2,000 March 31
SaskTel Gord Kuhn Scholarship $3,000 March 31
Whitmore Park Community Association Leadership Award $500 April 30
Jane's College of Medi Aesthetics & Hair Design Scholarships $1,500 X 2 April 30
Elwood Harvey Scholarship (for Grade 11 students) $2,500 April 30
SaskTel Metis Scholarship $2,000 May 1
Mary Joyce Booth Memorial Scholarship $1,500 May 1
Affinity Credit Union Scholarship Program $500 May 3
The Lorne Aston Scholarship $500 May 15
Sask. Chapter Assoc. of Certified Fraud Examiners Sidney Bloxom Scholarship $1000 or $500 May 11
The Ron Pettigrew Citizenship Award $400 + Artwork May 15
The Dr. Paul Schwann Humanitarian Award $450 May 15
Wascana Kiwanis Club Basketball Scholarships $500 May 15
Wascana Kiwanis Football Club Scholarship $750 May 15
Newcomer Bursary Program $1,500 May 17
Albert Park Community Association Grade 12 Volunteer Recognition Award $600 May 17
B. Davis Scholarship $1,000 May 25
Monsanto Fund Opportunity Scholarship $1,500 May 29
Carlyle Murray Educational Foundation $1,500 May 29
Les Donnelly Scholarship $2,000 May 31
Sask. Pulse Grower Scholarship Awards $5,000 ea. May 31
Henry Baker Scholarships $1,000 ea. June 1
SIGA First Nations Scholarship Awards Various June 1 - Oct. 1
Abbott & Fenner Scholarships $1,000 ea. June 14
BigSun Scholarship   $500 June 17 
Terry Fox Memorial Scholarship $1,500 July 7
Visible Minorities Scholarship $1,500 July 6
Tommy Douglas Scholarship $1,500 July 7
The Scholarship for Aboriginal Canadians $1,500 July 7
Brian Fudge Memorial Scholarship $1,500 July 7
Certified Management Accountants High School Scholarship $1,000 July 31
Assignment Saving Lives Bursary Program - Gr. 11/12
$1,500 June 1 - Sep 2
Royal Cdn. Legion Sask. Command Jack Moore Scholarships & Burgess Bursaries $300 X 10
August 28
Marlene Forden Memorial Scholarship - MS Society Various August 28
Saskatchewan School Boards Association Scholarships
$2,500 August 31

 

September

International Chapter of the P.O.E.  Sisterhood Scholarship - This scholarship of $2500 is for girls currently in grade 11.  The applicant should exhibit excellence in leadership, extracurricular activities, community service, academics and potential for future success.  You must be a legal permanent resident of the U.S. or Canada and plan to attend an accredited post-secondary educational institution in the U.S. or Canada full-time or part-time in the fall of the academic year following her high school graduation.  The deadline to apply is September 30th

October

Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority First Nations Scholarship Awards - Starting June 1st SIGA will be accepting applications for two $5,000 scholarships to students in Information Technology, Commerce (majoring in HR, Accounting, Finance or Marketing) or Hospitality, Tourism and Gaming Management.  Two scholarships of $2,500 will be awarded to students studying Communications, Electronics or Engineering.  In addition, ten $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to eligible students in any other field.  First Nations people are encouraged to apply on the SIGA website www.siga.sk.ca The deadline for applications is October 1st

SaskTel Metis Scholarship - Every year, eight awards of $2,000 are awarded to Saskatchewan students studying in a field directly related to telecommunications.  You must be enrolled in an accredited post-secondary institution pursuing a degree, diploma or certificate program directly related but not limited to Engineering (electrical, electronic, telecommunications), Business Administration/Commerce, Computer Science, or other field of study related to SaskTel.  You must self declare as Metis and submit a statement of no more than one page attesting to leadership skills and community involvement, which includes a 50 word biography.  The deadlines to apply are October 1 and May 1 of each year. 

AES Engineers Scholarships - The consulting firm of AES Engineers is committed to continuing its support of higher education by providing scholarships to deserving students.  To be eligible the student needs to answer one of the essay questions that they will find on the site www.aesengineers.com/scholarships.htm Their belief is that achieving a high grade point average should not be the only criteria for determining who deserves to be helped.  For that reason they are offering a $500 scholarship that will be awarded on the basis of character, as determined by evaluating the essays that are submitted.  The deadline for entry is October 6th.

Loran Award - The Loran Award is open to every graduating high school student from coast-to-coast.  Renewable for up to four years, it includes an annual tuition waiver and a stipend of $9,000, access to funding and internships through summer programs, invitations to annual gatherings and forums, and mentorship opportunities.  There are up to 30 available.  To apply you must be in the graduating year of uninterrupted full-time studies in high school; present a minimum cumulative average of 85%; hold a Canadian citizenship or permanent resident status.  Criteria:  Character, service and leadership are the selection cretiria for Loran Awards,  Loran scholars are people of strong moral character who have demonstrated academic excellence and potential as leaders.  Complete details are available on the Loran Award webpage and the deadline to apply is October 7th as a sponsored applicant, or October 26th as a Direct Pool applicant.

Saskatchewan School Boards Association Education Scholarships - Each year two scholarships are awarded to graduating high school students who will remain in Saskatchewan in post-secondary study.  One scholarship is awarded to a student entering university and one scholarship is awarded to a student entering a technical institute. Scholarship recipients are selected on the basis of demonstrated good character, community leadership, financial need, and a 500-word essay.  The application form may be downloaded here - a 2016 version to come soon.

November

University of Toronto Book Award - This Scholarship will cover tuition and incidental fees for four years of undergraduate study, will provide residence support in the first year and will include an additional renewable monetary award. It will be awarded to students who demonstrate superior academic performance, original and creative thought, and exceptional achievement in a broad context.  If you are interested to be nominated for University of Toronto National Book Award come to see us in the guidance office.The deadline to apply for the National Scholarship is November 6th

TD Scholarships for Community Leadership - These scholarships are awarded to students now in their final year of high school across Canada who have shown exceptional initiatives in making a meaningful and lasting difference in their community.  Each scholarship includes up to $10,000 tuition per year at an approved university or college in Canada, $7,500 a year towards living expenses and an offer of summer employment at TD.  While applicants must be academically capable of entering and successfully completing either university or college, the focus of these scholarships is not primarily on rewarding the highest marks.  The key criterion is outstanding community leadership, in balance with the student's academic performance.  Last year 20 students were awarded full scholarships valued up to $70,000 each.  For more information visit www.td.com/scholarship and apply before November 18.

December

University of Alberta Scholastic Distinction Scholarship - Value up to $50,000 payable over four years.  These scholarships are known as citations and are among the most valuable and prestigious undergraduate scholarships awarded by the U of A.  The competition recognizes the top 60 academic high-school students from across Canada and around the world with an awards average of at least 95% in Grades 10, 11 and 12.  You may apply as early as October 1 and no later than December 15.

University of Alberta Leadership Scholarship - Value up to $20,000.  Students must show exceptional leadership through school and community involvement whle maintaining an awards average of at least 80%.  Approximately 100 scholarships available.  You may apply as early as October 1st and no later than December 15

The BURGER KING Scholars Program - High school seniors, BURGER KING employees, their dependent children, spouses or domestic partners are eligible to receive up to $50,000 in scholarship awards for the 2017 - 2018 school year. To apply visit www.bkmclamorefoundation.org/WhatWeDo/Scholars program or click at the title.The application period for the 2017 school year begins on October 15 and ends on December 15.

January

AFOA - PotashCorp Aboriginal Youth Financial Management Awards - These awards are open to Aboriginal youth in grades 11 and 12 (maximum age 19 years old).  There is a great demand both within Aboriginal communities and off-reserve for aboriginal financial management professionals.  However, very few Aboriginal youth are pursuing an education in financial management after high school.  Winners will receive a five year scholarship package valued at over $5,000, four nights stay in Halifax's beautiful Marriott Halifax Harbourfront, free trip to Halifax and a tour of the city highlights. Notification of Interest and a short essay must be submitted to the AFOA by January 10th.

The Art Institute Culinary Scholarship: Best Teen Chef - Today's consumers want cuisines with an international flavor, and restaurants need professionals with the creativity to help supply it.    Participating in a competition may help you get focused on pursuing an education at one of the International Culinary Schools at The Art Institutes.  Finalists will participate in a cook-off at each participating Art Institutes school.  The minimum amount awarded will be $1,000 and the maximum amount awarded will be $ 4,000. Total of 2 awards. The entry deadline is January 23rd.

February

Terry Fox Humanitarian Award Program - The value of the Terry Fox Humanitarian Award is up to $7000 per year for a maximum of four years or until a first undergraduate degree is obtained.   In order to be considered for a Terry Fox Humanitarian Award, recipients must demonstrate a proven history of humanitarian volunteer activities, as well as academic, athletic and social involvement.  As this award is a tribute to Terry Fox, students considered will be those who embody his dedication and selflessness in the face of adversity.  Obstacles can refer to any circumstances - physical, psychological, societal or environmental - which require personal fortitude.  These may include, but are not limited to physical or mental disability, financial hardship, family breakup, deaths or illnesses, refugee situations and other life altering situations.  The applicant must be a Canadian citizen or landed immigrant.  For more details or to apply, please, go to www.terryfoxawards.ca or click at the title.  The application deadline is February 1st.

The Schulich Leader Awards - The Schulich Leader Scholarships were established for students enrolling in one of the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Innovation) areas of study at participating Canadian universities in the Fall of 2017.  The University of Saskatchewan is our province's designated university for 2017 and if you are planning to enroll in one of the four previously mentioned areas of study, you may qualify to apply for this award.  Each of the 20 participating universities across Canada will each choose one outstanding student to be their Schulich Leader, each of whom will receive a four-year scholarship valued at $80,000 or $100,000 to support their studies at that university in a STEM faculty.  Each candidate must possess at least two of the following three attributes: 1. Exceptional high academic grades;  2. Demonstrated leadership in school like and community life, or provided evidence of entrepreneurial talent;  3. Financial need.  If you plan to attend the U of S or any other of the 20 qualifying Canadian universities and fit the criteria just described, contact your home room teacher to have your name considered as Campbell Collegiate's nominee. Submission deadline for the school is February 1st and submission deadline for  the student is February 22nd. 

Saskatchewan Lester B. Pearson Scholarship - One Saskatchewan student is chosen each year to attend the two-year, International Baccalaureate program at Lester B. Pearson College of the Pacific, a United World College.  This $80,000 scholarship provides recipients with the opportunity to excel academically, to become involved in service activities, and to gain an increased understanding and tolerance for world cultures.  Recipients will be ambassadors for Saskatchewan as they interact with students from other countries during their two-year stay at the college. Students should apply while still in Grade 11.   All students attend on full scholarship and the deadline to apply is February 15th.

CAA Saskatchewan Entrance Scholarship  - Valued at $2,500 this scholarship is offered to students entering the University of Saskatchewan, University of Regina and Saskatchewan Polytechnic Institute. An applicant must be CAA Saskatchewan member or child of a member, registered in a minimum of 12 credit hours, entrance scholarshp average of 80%, and demonstrated extra-curricular activities. The deadline for students entering the U of S is February 15th. To check application deadline for University of Regina (based on semester), or Saskatchewan Polytechnic Institute (based on program) visit CAA website or click on the title. 

Uplands Youth Community Award - This $500 award is given in recognition of the outstanding contributions made by a young person to home, school & community.  It is NOT a scholarship but an "award of merit" to be used at the discretion of the recipient in any manner that will best further his/her aims and goals.  The cash award is given in a single payment to the winner.  The applicant or his/her family must be a member of the Uplands Community Association. The deadline to apply is February 28th.

RBC Aboriginal Student Awards Program - This scholarship is intended to support those Aboriginal students who have at least 2 years remaining in their current academic program.  Scholarship recipients are selected primarily on the basis of personal and academic achievements, and individual financial need.  Status Indians, Non-status Indians, Inuit and Metis are welcome to apply.  Selected students will receive up to $4,000 per academic year for educational and living expenses for 2 to 4 years. RBC awards 10 scholarships in two categories: 1) for students majoring in disciplines related to the financial services industry; 2) for students majoring ni disciplines unrelated to the financial services industry.  The deadline to apply is February 28th.

March

AGRICULTURE Student Scholarship - The Ministry of Agriculture offers one winning scholaship valued at $ 4,000 and three scholarships valued at $ 2,000 to Grade 12 students and recent graduates entering agriculture-related post-secondary studies in 2014. Interested students will be required to produce a three-minute creative video or write a well-researched fact-based 1,000-word essay that showcases the agriculture industry. The deadline to submit an application is March 1.

RE/MAX of Western Canada Quest for Excellence Awards (RE/MAX Wants to Give you $1,000!) - RE/MAX of Western Canada annually awards 16 Bursaries of $1,000 each to graduating students from B.C., Alberta, Sask. Manitoba and the Yukon.  Applicants should have led a group of volunteers, raised funds for a worthwhile cause, helped special needs children or cared for seniors.  Submit your essay (max 1250 words) which conveys your motivation, leadership and communication skills.  On-line applications only please.  Click on this link to obtain further details and apply. The deadline for applications is March 14th.

Odd Fellows and Rebekahs of Saskatchewan Bursary  -  $1,000 Bursary is granted to students deemed most worthy and in need of financial assistance   You must complete the application form available in Guidance, a transcript of first semester marks, a letter indicating future plans and financial need, letters of reference and answer to a question re: Odd Fellows and Rebekahs.  If you are interested in applying before March 15th, please drop by the Guidance Office.

Anne Rigney (U of R) Entrance Scholarship - Value $3000.00 - Awarded to the most outstanding Canadian student entering the Faculty of Arts at the University of Regina directly from high school to study in the areas of humanities or social sciences. Selection is based on academic achievement and a letter of reference from the applicant's high school principal outlining the applicant's scholastic achievement and potential. Provisional high school marks will be used in the selection process. The award is paid in 2 instalments of $1500 each. In order to qualify for payment of the second instalment the recipient must achieve a TGPA of 75% in the preceding semester. Must be registered in a minimum of 12 credit hours. The deadline to apply is March 17th.

Alan Blakeney (Uof R) Entrance Scholarship - $2,500.00 granted to the full-time student beginning the first year in a direct entry program at the University of Regina with no restriction as to college or course of study. Applicants must be Saskatchewan residents. Applicants must be registered in a minimum of 15 credit hours. Selection based on academic achievement in high school and demonstrated interest, contributions and aptitude for activities related to society's institutions or government and public service. Applicants will have participated in activities such as, but not limited to, student government, debating, youth parliaments, United Nations youth forums, etc.  The deadline to apply is March 17th.

35 Lions Club of Regina Entrance Scholarship - Value $1100 - The scholarship shall be awarded to a University of Regina student with a disability who resides within Regina City or Province of Saskatchewan.  If the applicant is applying as a high school graduate, a minimum Grade 12 average of 65% is required.  Preference will be given to students who have visual difficulty or mobility difficulty.  Applicants must write a detailed summary, not to exceed one page, highlighting why he/she thinks he/she should be considered for the award based on the desire, challenges and difficulties while pursuing a post-secondary education.  Candidates must provide documentation and/or verification supporting their disability. The deadline for applications is March 17th.

Alumni Association Children of Alumni Entrance Scholarship - Three x $1,000  scholarships availalbe. Applicants must be the child of an alumni of the U of R.  They must have a minimum early entrance scholarship average of 80% or higher and planning to enter a degree program or first year of a pre-professional program.  They must demonstrate through application in writing high school and community involvement in extra-curricular activities as well as highlights of academic performance.  The deadline to apply is March 17.

SaskTel Scholarships - Every year, SaskTel awards seven scholarships of $3,000 to students attending post-secondary institutions in Saskatchewan who are studying in a field directly related to telecommunications.  You must be enrolled or plan to enrol in a degree, diploma or certificate program directly related to telecommunications.  Programs include, but are not limited to Computer Science, Engineering (electrical, electronic or telecommunications), Accounting and Business Admin.  You must have a minimum 75% average.  The deadline to apply is March 31.

Canadian Aboriginal Writing & Arts Challenge - Are you between the ages of 14-29?  Showcase your creativity and explore your heritage.  Win up to $2,000 and other great prizes. Deadline for submissions is March 31st.

SaskTel Gord Kuhn Scholarship - Established in honour of long-time SaskTel employee Gord Kuhn, this award of $3,000 is specific to a current SaskTel employee or immediate family member. You must be enrolled or plan to enrol in a degree, diploma or certificate program directly related to telecommunications.  Programs include, but are not limited to Computer Science, Engineering (electrical, electronic or telecommunications), Accounting and Business Admin.  You must have a minimum 75% average. The deadline is March 31.

April

Whitmore Park Community Association Leadership Award - In order to apply for this award valued at $500, you or your family must have purchased an annual WPCA membership.  The Association is looking for someone who has contributed talents, time and energy to community and volunteer work, i.e through participating in local programs, church organizations, or any activity that benefits the Whitmore Park community.  You are required to send in a short essay outlining goals for post-secondary education and how it relates to improving our community.  Also include a letter of reference.  A handout is available in Guidance. The application deadline is April 30th.

Jane's College of Medi Aesthetics & Hair Design Scholarships - Offered are two scholarships to Campbell students that have an interest in Hair Design and/or Aesthetics.  The amount of each scholarship is $1,500 which can be used towards the tuition of either program.  They will be awarded during the Campbell Collegiate graduation program.  Those who are interested may apply for the scholarship by submitting an essay telling why they are interested in pursuing a career in the beauty industry.  Included should be your name, address, phone number and email address, as well as a reference letter from either a salon/spa professional or teacher submitted with the essay  Submissions should be received at the college no later than April 30th.

Elwood Harvey Scholarship  - Grade 11 Students Apply!! The Affinity Credit Union is pleased to introduce the Elwood Harvey Cooperative Leadership Scholarship program as part of their celebrations for International Year of the Co-operatives.  It is available to all of the 36 communities in which they operate, to students completing Grade 11 during the 2013/2014 scholastic year and are scheduled to graduate in June 2015.  Scholarships are available up to $2,500 and successful applicants will be required to attend two District Council meetings in their District during their Grade 12 year.  The application form is available on www.affinitycu.ca. Application deadline is April 30.

May

SaskTel Metis Scholarship - Every year, eight awards of $2,000 are awarded to Saskatchewan students studying in a field directly related to telecommunications.  You must be enrolled in an accredited post-secondary institution pursuing a degree, diploma or certificate program directly related but not limited to Engineering (electrical, electronic, telecommunications), Business Administration/Commerce, Computer Science, or other field of study related to SaskTel.  You must self declare as Metis and submit a statement of no more than one page attesting to leadership skills and community involvement, which includes a 50 word biography.  The deadlines to apply are May 1 and October 1 of each year. 

Mary Joyce Booth Memorial Scholarship - $1,500 will be awarded to a student entering their first year of a post-secondary program in the French language.  The following criteria will be used in the selection process:  1) Each successful candidate will be enrolled in, or have completed, a grade 12 French program (or equivalent) and have the intention of entering a post-secondary program in the French language;  2) The candidate(s) should demonstrate excellence in their leadership ability; and,  3) The candidates(s) should display a willingness to help others further their learning in FSL.  A completed application form along with a transcript of marks, letter of conditional acceptance into a post-secondary institution and letter of reference, must be received by the Canadian Parents for French-Saskatchewan (CPF-SK) office no later than May 1st.

Affinity Credit Union Scholarship Program - The Affinity Credit Union is pleased to offer scholarships to their members and their dependents.  If you will be graduating in June, have been accepted or conditionally accepted into a post-secondary institution and are a member (or a dependent of a member) of the Affinity Credit Union, you should apply!  The value of this award is $500 and the deadline date for applications is May 3rd.

Sask. Chapter of the Assoc. of Certified Fraud Examiners - Sidney Bloxom Scholarships - These scholarships are valued at $500 each to two Saskatchewan High school students.  Students in grades 9 to 12 are eligible upon submission of an essay in their own words outlining how to protect their family, friends, community, and themselves from one of the following fraud schemes: 1) Ponzi scheme  2) Advance fee for service scheme  3) Nigerian letter or "419" fraud.  To be considered for the scholarship, your essay must be submitted by midnight May 11th

The Lorne Aston Scholarship (Presented by the Regina High School Athletic Association) - The Lorne Aston Scholarship ($500.00) is presented annually to a male and a female graduating student planning to attend a post secondary institution. Scholarship recipients have participated in a number of R.H.S.A.A. activities and have obtained a high degree of proficiency in one or more of the activities. In addition, the scholarship represents leadership, citizenship and academic proficiency.  Applications are due May 15th.


The Ron Pettigrew Citizenship Award (Presented by the Regina High School Athletic Association) - The Ron Pettigrew Citizenship Award will be awarded annually to one individualfrom a member school of the RHSAA. The award is in honour of Ron Pettigrew, a teacher, coach, and former Commissioner of Athletics who passed away in April of 2000. It consists of a $400.00 scholarship and a gift of student art from a Regina high school.  Some of the criteria for applying are: An applicant must have demonstrated the following during his/her participation in high school athletics: (i) placed the team ahead of the individual athlete. A winner of this award would be someone who is prepared to sacrifice for the good of the team; (ii) displayed an appreciation and respect for athletics; (iii) understood the importance of sportsmanship; (iv) valued the benefits to be gained through competition.   Application are due May 15th.

The Dr. Paul Schwann Humanitarian Award (Presented by the Regina High School Athletic Association) - The Dr. Paul Schwann Humanitarian Award of $450.00 each, will be awarded annually to one male and one female graduating student. These students must be Canadian citizens, and must attend a member-school with the RHSAA and must fulfill the criteria specified below. Some criteria for the award: The recipient must be a graduating high school student who has completed grade 12 in four years or less, and who is entering a post-secondary institute in a health or science-related field. For the purposes of this award, the term "health or science-related field" include the following faculties/colleges: Science, Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Engineering, Kinesiology, Physical Activity Studies, Nursing (four year program), Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Rehabilitation Medicine, Athletic Therapy, Pharmacy, and Education (in a health or science-related discipline). Applications are due May 15th.

Wascana Kiwanis Club Basketball Scholarships (Presented by the Regina High School Athletic Association) - The Wascana Kiwanis Club and Mr. Walter Yeo offer annually two scholarships. The scholarships, one for senior boys and one for senior girls, are in honor of Mr. Yeo’s parents George and Margaret Yeo, and the value of each scholarship is $500.00. The scholarships are tenable during the academic year they are awarded and apply to any accredited post-secondary educational institution providing the program is a minimum of two years duration. Scholarships are an entry scholarship for one year only. The recipeints of the award must not have been awarded other scholarships having a total cumulative value exceeding $4,500.  Eligible applicants include any grade twelve graduates who participated in the basketball program of the high schools involved in Regina Intercollegiate Basketball League. Please click HERE for access to the criteria information and application form.  Applications are due May 15th.

Wascana Kiwanis Football Club Scholarship (Presented by the Regina High School Athletic Association) -The Wascana Kiwanis Club offers annually four scholarships in honor of four members of the club.  The scholarships are named for: George Bothwell, Norman Church, Ben Gofine and Jack Huber and the value of each scholarship is $750.00.  The scholarships are tenable during the academic year they are awarded and apply to any accredited post-secondary educational institution providing the program is a minimum of two years duration.  Scholarships are an entry scholarship for one year only.  The recipients of the award must not have been awarded other scholarships having a total cumulative value exceeding $4,500.  Eligible applicants include any grade twelve graduate who participated in the football program of the high schools involved in the Regina Intercollegiate Football League including players, trainers, managers, etc. Applications are due May 15th.

Newcomer Bursary Program - Up to six awards of $1,500 each are available.  They are cash awards offered by Regina Open Door Society Inc. to assist newcomer students with meeting the costs of post-secondary training (university or vocational).  Individuals are eligible to apply if they meet all of the following criteria:  1) they are a Refugee who landed in Canada in the past 10 years (i.e. since January 1, 2003);  2) their principal residence is located in Regina;  3) their studies will take place at a Saskatchewan Educational institution; and  4) they have not received a Newcomer Bursary in a previous year.  The deadline for applications is May 16th.

Albert Park Community Association Grade 12 Volunteer Recognition Award - This $600 award is for the applicant who has contributed their talents, time and energy to community and volunteer work (i.e. through participating in local programs, church organizations, or any activity that benefits the Albert Park community).  The student or family must have purchased an annual Albert Park Community Association membership.  The application form may be picked up in the Guidance Office and submitted to the address on the form no later than May 15th.  The winner will be announced during the Grade 12 Graduation program.  Note:  The requirement for continuing education has been removed.

B. Davis Scholarship  - This scholarship is available to all high school juniors and seniors as well as all students currently registered in any post-secondary institution.  There is no age restriction.  Be sure to include your name and the school you are attending this year and next.  This is not an academic scholarship but the judges would like to know where you are going to school now and what your future academic plans are.  Please do not send transcripts or letters of recommendation when applying.  Rather, discuss in less than 1000 words the following topic:  Pick a controversial problem on high school or college/university campuses and suggest a solution.  Your essay submissions must be sent by email to awards@studentawardsearch.com on or before May 25th.

Monsanto Fund Opportunity Scholarship - If you are graduating from high school, coming from a family farming operation and have plans to pursue post-secondary studies in agriculture, you are eligible to apply for Monsanto Fund Opportunity Scholarship. Succesful candidates will have demonstrated academic excellence, leadership capabilities and active involvement in their local community.  Monsanto Canada estimates it will provide approximately 60 scholarships valued at $1,500 each to students who meet the criteria.  Deadline to apply is May 29th.  Application forms and detailed information can be obtained at www.monsanto.ca

Carlyle Murray Educational Foundation - This $1,500 scholarship is awarded to a graduating Regina high school student registered for any form of post-secondary education, including trades training, that takes at least two years to complete.  Applicants will be evaluated based on academic performance, extra-curricular activity, and level of financial need.    Completed applications should be mailed no later than May 29th.  Application forms may be picked up in Guidance.

Les Donnelly Scholarship - This $2,000 scholarship is awarded to a Saskatchewan resident who is enrolled in a college or university level program.  Other criteria are the recipient's injury prevention initiatives/activities, financial need, extracurricular activities and academic average. The deadline date to apply is May 31st.

Saskatchewan Pulse Growers Scholarship Awards - Sask. Pulse Growers are offering a total of five scholarships for $5,000 each to a graduating grade 12 student whose parents are registered as Sask. Pulse producers (i.e. they have sold or grown pulses in the last two years).  Consideration will be given to applicants who have a minimum grade 12 average of 70%, have an interest in pursuing a career related to agriculture and the pulse industry, have a history of demostrated leadership and have made contributions to school and community life.  Application deadline is 5:00 P.M., May 31st.

June

Henry Baker Scholarships - The City of Regina is offering four $1,000 scholarships to students graduating from a Regina high school: One scholarship for a student who is enrolling full-time (min. 9 credit hours) in the 1st year of a degree program at the U of R.  One scholarship for a student of Aboriginal descent who is enrolling full-time (min. 9 credit hours) in the 1st year of a degree program at the First Nations University of Canada, Regina campus.  Two scholarship for a student who is enrolling full-time (min. 22 weeks) in a certificate or diploma program at Saskatchewan Polytechnic. The application deadline is noon, June 1.

SIGA First Nations Scholarship Awards - Two $5,000 scholarships will be awarded to students in Information Technology, Commerce (majoring in HR, Accounting, Finance or Marketing) or Hospitality and Tourism Management.  Two $2,500 scholarships will be awarded to students studying Communications or Electronics.  In addition, ten $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to eligible students in any other field.  Application acceptance takes place from June 1 - October 1 and students may apply on the SiGA website at www.siga.sk.ca.

Abbott & Fenner Scholarships - These annual $1,000 scholarships are available to all high school juniors and seniors as well as all students currently registered in any accredited post-secondary institution.  To apply for these scholarships you will need to write an essay on the following topic:  'Explain your educational career and life goal. Explain your plan for achieving these goals'.The essay should be between 500 and 1000 words.  Your submissions must be sent by June 10th to scholarships@abbottand fenner.com  Please include the name and location of the school you are presently attending.

BigSun Scholarship - The BigSun Organization is proud to be able to help young athletes in their academic pursuits. They are offering an annual $500 scholarship to a deserving student.  All student athletes are eligible for this award, regardless of which sport they are participating in. The deadline to apply is June 17th.  The number of awards varies and is at the sole discretion of the selection committee.

July

Terry Fox Memorial Scholarship - All children (including foster children) with disabilities of National Union of Public and General Emlployees (i.e. S.G.E.U.) members who plan to enter the first year of a Canadian public, post-secondary education institution full-time in 2013 - 2014 are eligible to apply for this $1,500 scholarship.  The winner will be determined on the basis of a 750 - 1,000 word essay on: The importance of quality of life of people with disabilities.  An application form must be completed and accompany the essay.  For information and/or application forms, contact: Terry Fox Memorial Scholarship, National Union of PUblic and General Employees, 15 Auriga Drive, Nepean, ON, K2E 1B7  e-mail: national@nupge.ca  The deadline to apply is July 7th.

Visible Minorities Scholarship - All children (including foster children) of National Union of Public and General Employees members (i.e. S.G.E.U.) who plan to enter the first year of a Canadian public, post-secondary education institution full-time are eligible to apply for this $1,500 scholarship.  The winner will be determined on the basis of a 750 - 1,000 word essay on: The importance of quality public services in enhancing the quality of life of visible minorities.  An application form must be completed and accompany the essay.  The deadline to apply is July 7th.  For information and/or application forms, contact: Terry Fox Memorial Scholarship, National Union of Public and General Employees, 15 Auriga Drive, Nepean, ON, K2E 1B7  e-mail: national@nupge.ca

Tommy Douglas Scholarship - All children (including foster children) of National Union of Public and General Employees (i.e. S.G.E.U.) members who plan to enter the first year of a Canadian public, post-secondary education institution full-time are eligible to apply for this $1,500 scholarship.  The winner will be determined on the basis of a 750 - 1,000 word essay on: How Tommy Douglas' life contributed to making Canada a more just and equitable society.  An application form must be completed and accompany the essay.  The deadline to apply is July 7th.  For information and/or application forms, contact: Tommy Douglas Scholarship, National Union of Public and General Employees, 15 Auriga Drive, Nepean, ON,  K2E 1B7, e-mail: national@nupge.ca

Aboriginal Canadians Scholarship - This $1,500 scholarship is open to all Aboriginal Canadian students who plan to enter their first year of post-secondary education. To be eligible  an applicant must be a child, grandchild or foster child of a NUMPGE member. In order to apply applicants are requested to submit a 750 - 1000 essay on: The importance of quality public services in enhancing the quality of life of Aboriginal Canadians. The deadline to apply is July 7th.

Brian Fudge Memorial Scholarship - This $1,500 scholarship is open to all students entering a field of study in policing, criminal justice services, community services or health care services. To be eligible an applicant must be a child, grandchild or foster child of a NUMPGE member. In order to apply, applicants are requested to submit a 750-1000 essay on: "The importance of their field of study in policing, criminal justice srvices or health care in delivering public services to Canadians." The deadline to apply is July 7th.

Certified Management Accountant 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 scholarshp 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 the CMA office by July 31st.  The address is:  Suite 202, 1900 Albert Street, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada,  S4P 4K8.  Phone: (306) 359-6461, Fax: (306) 347-8580, Toll Free: 1-800-667-3535

Assignment Saving Lives Bursary Program is an opportunity for our province's youth to assist Canadian Blood Services during the summer.  In doing so, students may be awarded one of seventeen bursaries valued at between $250 - $1,000  towards their post-secondary. Students are challenged to recruit a minimum of 25 blood donors who are willing to donate between June 1st and September 2ndThere is no deadline date to register - but the sooner you do, the more time you have to recruit. 

August & September

The Royal Canadian Legion, Sask. Command Jack Moore Memorial Scholarships & Burgess Bursaries - Saskatchewan Command, in co-operation with Dominion Command of the Royal Canadian Legion are offering TEN Scholarships of $300 each.  In addition, Saskatchewan Command is offering TEN bursaries of $300 each.  These scholarships and bursaries are available to the sons/daughters, grandsons/granddaughters and great grandsons/great granddaughters of Veterans, Ex-Service or still serving Military or RCMP personnel.  The scholarships will be awarded on the basis of academic standing as recorded in the Departmental Records.  The bursaries will be awarded on the basis of academic standing andfinancial need.  Applicaton forms must be submitted no later than August 28th. 

Marlene Forden Memorial Scholarship MS SocietyThis scholarship is established in honor of Marlene Forden and it is intended to support the post-secondary education of a student/s impacted by multiple sclerosis, either directly or as a family member.  Applicants must live in Saskatchewan. The priority will be given to applicants from a rural area who themselves have multiple sclerosisi (MS)  and then consideration will be given to applicants who have an immediate family member with the disease.  Recipients will be primarily chosen on the basis of whether they have Multiple Sclerosis, financial need and academic standing.  Applicants must be enrolled in an accredited post-secondary institution for upcoming school year and their program of study must be for a minimum of two years in duration.  Application forms may be picked up in the Guidance Office and must be submitted no later than August 28th.

Saskatchewan School Boards Association Scholarships (University) - Valued at $2,500 this scholarship is awarded annually to graduating high school students who remain in Saskatchewan in post secondary study.  One is awarded for university studies and recipients are selected on the basis of demonstrated good character, community leadership, financial need, and a 500-word essay.  The application deadline is August 31st.

The Royal Canadian Legion, Regina Branch No. 001 Ladies' Auxiliary Bursaries - Offered are a number of bursaries to assist children/grandchildren/ great grandchildren of a member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Ladies Auxiliary Royal Canadian Legion, a Verteran, Ex-Service/Still Serving Military or R.C.M.P. personnel.  Further information and application forms are provided in the Guidance Office.  The deadline to apply is September 15th.

 


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