Posted on Tuesday, March 6, 2018 by Admin C.L.
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.
2017-2018 – Appliction period is over (deadline was December 15, 2017) – http://aghealth.usask.ca/scholarship/index.php
In 1995, SARM auctioned off the first copy of their history book, The Building of a Province: Commemorating the 90th Anniversary of the Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities. This auction netted the sum of $2,600 which SARM contributed to the Centre for Agricultural Medicine. These funds initiated the Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities 90th Anniversary $1,000 Student Scholarship in Agricultural Safety and Rural Health. The Canadian Centre for Health and Safety in Agriculture’s Founding Chairs Program maintains the scholarship.
This $1,000 scholarship is presented each year at the SARM Annual Convention.
To be eligible for this scholarship, you must:
- Be enrolled in grade 12 for the current school year;
- Be planning on studying at a Saskatchewan post secondary school in the fall following secondary graduation. Students can also be studying outside of Saskatchewan if the course is not offered in Saskatchewan;
- Have completed the last two years of high school in Saskatchewan;
- Have a farming background;
- Have parents or guardians who own/rent land and pay taxes to a rural municipality; and
- Live in a rural area.
Applicants must complete an application form and write a one-thousand word essay on the importance of safety and health on their farm or safety and health hazards on their farm.
For a complete list of criterion, submissions deadlines, or to download an application form, please visit the Canadian Centre for Health and Safety in Agriculture’s website.
- Application form
- Grade 12 transcript
- 2 letters of reference
- Copy of acceptance letter from the post-secondary institution
- Academic standing
- Participation in extra-curricular school activities
- Church Involvement
- Community involvement and activities
- Financial need
Deadline: May 1 of each year
Go to Room 130 to pick up an application form!
All Grade 12 students are required to complete the General Scholarship Application form to be considered for any and all school scholarships that are administered through Vanier (Vanier Collegiate Scholarships Committee).
2018 General Scholarship Application Form
They will be handed out on March 14 and all forms must be handed back to your CE teacher by Friday, March 16!
Vanier Printable Information Sheet: Moose-Jaw-Bursary-Fund-Scholarship-Info-for-Vanier-2017
PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU CAN NOW USE YOUR OWN EMAIL ADDRESS (GMAIL/HOTMAIL). However, please note that you will more than likely need to check your spam or junk folder. The main thing is that you remember to submit all necessary paperwork to the required address by May 1!
Online Scholarship Form Required:
- Associated Canadian Travellers Scholarship
- Dubinsky Family Education Trust
- Elks’ Lodge Trudie Temple Music Scholarship
- Ellen Greenlay Memorial Scholarship
- Jennie McCallum Memorial Music Scholarship
- Ken Stewart Memorial Scholarship
- Mel Smith Music Scholarship
- Moose Jaw Festival of Dance Doris Sitter Memorial Scholarship
- Moose Jaw Refinery Partnership Scholarship
- Snowbirds Scholarship
Vanier Collegiate General Application Scholarship Form Required:
- Rotational Scholarships
- Clarence and Violet Ethel May Redmond Scholarships
- Evelynn Leone Wilson Memorial Scholarship
Jennie E. Graham Scholarship
Deadline: May 1 of each year
Posted on Thursday, March 1, 2018 by Admin C.L.
GET HELP REGISTERING FOR FIRST YEAR OF CLASSES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA
- Date: Saturday, March 24, 2018
- Location: The Hotel Saskatchewan (2125 Victoria Avenue, Regina, SK)
- Times: 12:00 – 2:00 pm and 2:00 – 4:00 pm
- RSVP: Students must reserve their seat by completing the RSVP online at uab.ca/reg101
Canadian Citizens Apply Now! Deadline: March 31, 2018
- Civic Education
- Community Serivce
- Youth Leadership
- Social Inclusion
- Ottawa, ON; Plattsburgh, New York; Washington, D.C.
- July 16 to August 4, 2018
- No application fees and the costs are covered by the Youth Ambassadors Program.
- 15 to 18 years old with at least 4 months of high school remaining, demonstrated interest in the USA, and commitment to implement community service project
Adult Mentor Applicants:
- Demonstrated commitment to supporting youth and an interest in a continued mentorship role.
Who Especially Encourage Applicants:
- Who have not previously visited the USA
- Who are new Canadians
- Who are First Nations, Inuit, or Metis persons
- Who reflect the geographic, ethnic and socioeconomic diversity of Canada
What are the criteria for selection?
- Students will be evaluated on the following factors:
- a demonstrated interest in and commitment to volunteer and civic activities;
- ability to work cooperatively in diverse groups and tolerate the opinions of others;
- leadership potential;
- good social and communication skills;
- good academic performance;
- an energetic, positive attitude; and
- ability to implement projects that benefit the applicant’s school and/or community.
Grade 12 female students graduating grade 12 (or first year secondary students – one year out of high school) may be eligible to apply for the Florence E. Taylor Scholarships. The main criteria is financial need! Other information they will be looking at is your educational goal and academic record.
See Ms. Lapointe for more information.