Rotary Clubs internationally believe in “Service Above Self;” and as such, The Rotary Club of Moose Jaw is offering Moose Jaw high school students an opportunity to apply for a scholarship to assist with post-secondary.
Maximum of three, $1000 scholarships
Application Form, Letters of Reference, 250 word essay, additional information section – go over the information on the application form!
NUPGE scholarships are open to the children, grandchildren or foster children of the National Union’s 370,000 members who are starting a post-secondary education.
Ottawa (19 Oct. 2016) — Each year, the National Union of Public and General Employees (NUPGE) offers scholarships that reflect its pursuit of equal opportunity for all workers. Historically there have been 4 scholarships open to the children, grandchildren or foster children of the National Union’s 370,000 members who are starting a post-secondary education. For 2017, NUPGE has added the Brian Fudge Memorial Scholarship.
The deadline for applications is July 7, 2017.Some scholarships may have additional requirements, as noted below.
Scholarships and Bursaries for Post Secondary Education and Labour Education
The Saskatchewan Government and General Employees’ Union encourages its members and their dependants to learn throughout their lives. Our Scholarship and Bursary Directory lists more than $65,000 in scholarships and bursaries for post-secondary education, including labour studies. The 2016 directory can be viewed by clicking on the link below:
Application Deadline: May 1st each year Application Form: Pick up in Room 130
This scholarship will be awarded to a graduate of Vanier Collegiate who has completed all the courses necessary to receive their high school Diploma – Mention Bilingue.
The recipient will have attended Vanier Collegiate for a minimum of two years, have an average of 75% or better in grade twelve according to the criteria established by the school for this calculation. The financial needs of the family are an important consideration.
In order to receive these funds the student will submit proof by May 1st of their enrollment at a University in Canada or in France and taking a minimum of two classes in French in their first year of study.
Application forms for this scholarship are available from the Counsellor’s office or the Office of the Principal. These must be submitted to the Counsellor no later than May 1st.
If in any year the terms and conditions of this scholarship are not met, the scholarship will not be awarded for that year.
any Prairie South School Division #210 or Vanier Collegiate student whose parent or guardian is a C.U.P.E. Local #5512 member in good standing. OR
a C.U.P.E. Local #5512 employee while still attending a high school in the Prairie South School Division #210.
The amount of this scholarship will be one hundred dollars ($100.00).
The scholarship candidate shall be a Grade Twelve graduate during the current school year and shall be continuing his/her education or trade at a recognized institution within the following school year.
The scholarship candidate shall have an acceptable academic standing in his/her high school year.
The scholarship candidate must be a good citizen, law abiding, and with good school conduct.
Involvement in student activities, the community and volunteer organizations would be included in the selection.
Completed application forms must be returned to your school principal/guidance counselor by:
April 30th of the year in which applying for Rural Schools
May 30th of the year in which applying for Moose Jaw High Schools
1. Any student whose parent or guardian is a CUPE Local 5506 member in good standing.
2. One scholarship will be awarded in the amount of five hundred dollars ($500.00).
3. The scholarship candidate shall be a Grade Twelve graduate during the current school year and continuing his/her education or trade at a recognized institution the following school year.
4. The scholarship candidate shall have an acceptable academic standing in his/her high school year.
5. The scholarship candidate must be a good citizen, law abiding, and with good school conduct.
6. Involvement in student activities, the community and volunteer organizations may be included in the selection.
7. Applications must be submitted to Local 5506 and include a letter of recommendation from the principal or counsellor, and verification of continued education.
8. If no scholarship candidate is selected no scholarship for that year will be awarded.
Submit application form to Recording Secretary – see application form for address.
This program is a unique opportunity for Canadian teens to meet other young people from across the country. Spend an adventure-filled week in your nation’s capital! Check out future career options, discover your country, share your hopes and dreams. For 35 years, EWC has delivered a rich and varied, bilingual program. To date, more than 106,000 youth have lived the EWC experience… now it’s your turn!
Some of the unique themed weeks you can sign up for are: Arts and Culture, Canada Remembers, Communication & Social Media, Demoncray & Youth, Experience Canada, First Responders, Global Affairs, Law & Our Justice System, Medicine & Health, Science and Ecology, Science & Technology, Sports and Fitness, Tech & Food, Vimy: Canada’s Coming of Age