2018 Scholarship Application is closed!
Deadline: March 1, 2018
Charmaine Wintermute is proud to sponsor one $500 Leadership Award to a current cheerleading athlete (Grade 9 up to and including University) who demonstrates leadership in the combined areas of athletics, academics and community involvement. 2018 Leadership Award Application
Future Leader Award
Charmaine Wintermute is proud to sponsor one $100 Future Leader Award to a current cheerleading athlete (Age 3 up to and including Grade 8) who demonstrates leadership in the combined areas of athletics, academics (if applicable) and community involvement. 2018 Future Leader Award Application
The Grand Lodge of Saskatchewan, as well as many Lodges, sponsor a number of awards, scholarships, and bursaries. Information, including closing dates for applications, along with downloadable application forms are listed below.
Please note that there are Entrance Scholarships/Bursaries and Post-Secondary Scholarships/Bursaries available. Some scholarships/bursaries require a personal connection to Freemasonry or to the Eastern Star. Many scholarships/bursaries are open to Saskatchewan students without a Masonic connection.
You are encouraged to apply for all scholarships/bursaries for which you are qualified. If you apply for more than one scholarship/bursary you are not required to send additional copies of the same required documents. You will not be considered for any scholarship/bursary for which you have not completed the required application form.
GRAND LODGE AWARDS – Closing date for applications is August 7, 2018
EDGAR ALEXANDER GARTON SCHOLARSHIPS – 3 x $1,500 ( pdfApplication (62 KB) )
Offered annually to undergraduate students who have completed one or more years of University, Sask. Polytechnic, or other post-secondary education. Applicants must be children or grandchildren of a Master Mason in good standing, a resident of Saskatchewan and attending a post-secondary institution in Saskatchewan. Selection will be based on academic achievements, sportsmanship and leadership.
Must be registered for a full academic load for a full academic year as required by the institution chosen.
ROBINSON MEMORIAL BURSARY- 2 x $500 ( pdfApplication (67 KB) )
Offered annually for one undergraduate from the University of Saskatchewan and one undergraduate from the University of Regina pursuing a course leading to an honours degree or a Master’s degree in English. Selection will be based upon academic achievement and leadership.
GRAND LODGE OF SASK. A.F. & A.M. POST SECONDARY EDUCATION BURSARY 2 x $500 ( pdfApplication (60 KB) )
Offered annually to an undergraduate student at the University of Regina or the University of Saskatchewan who is a resident of Saskatchewan. Selection will be based upon academic achievement, sportsmanship and leadership.
MASONIC YOUTH TRUST AWARD 6 x $1,500 ( pdfApplication (62 KB) )
Offered annually to Saskatchewan High School graduates who proceed to an institution of higher learning (Technical, Vocational or University) anywhere in Canada. Selection is based upon academic achievement, leadership skills, community and school activities and special awards.
GILBERT AND GAY COOK MEMORIAL AWARD 1 x $1,000 ( pdfApplication (66 KB) )
Offered annually to Saskatchewan high school graduates with preference to graduates who currently are or were members of the International Order of Job’s Daughters or the Order of DeMolay and who will be entering the University of Regina or the University of Saskatchewan. Selection will be based upon academic achievement and a range of non-academic activities.
MURRAY MONTAGUE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP 1 x $1,000 ( pdfApplication (64 KB) )
Offered annually to a Saskatchewan High School graduate who proceeds to an institution of higher learning (Technical, Vocational or University) anywhere in Canada. Selection is based upon academic achievement, leadership skills, community and school activities and special awards.
MASONIC YOUTH BURSARY 10 x $1,200 ( pdfApplication (263 KB) )
Offered annually to Saskatchewan High School graduates who proceed to an institution of higher learning (Technical, Vocational or University) anywhere in Canada. Selection is based upon academic achievement, leadership skills, financial need, community and school activities and special awards.
OTHER MASONIC AWARDS
ORDER OF THE EASTERN STAR ROBERT MORRISON AWARD 2 x $1,000 ( pdfApplication (93 KB) )
Award #1 is offered annually to a Saskatchewan High School graduate entering their first year of postsecondary study. Award #2 is offered annually to a University or Technical School Undergraduate entering their 2nd or subsequent year of post-secondary study. Selection is based upon academic achievement and extra-curricular activities. Candidates may receive a Robert Morrison Award only once during their post-secondary career.
Candidates must be closely related to a current member of a Saskatchewan Eastern Star Chapter (dues paying or life). Valid relationships include spouse, child, grandchild, sibling, niece or nephew (all biological, adopted or step), or be a member themselves. Applicants must be registered for a full academic load for a full academic year.
ORDER OF THE EASTERN STAR EXCELSIOR CHAPTER NO. 21 AWARD 1 x $1,500 ( pdfApplication (93 KB) )
This award is offered annually to a Saskatchewan resident who is or will be attending a University or Technical Institute in Saskatchewan. Selection is based upon academic achievement and extra-curricular activities. Candidates must be closely related to a current member of a Saskatchewan Eastern Star Chapter (dues paying or life). Valid relationships include spouse, child, grandchild, sibling, niece or nephew (all biological, adopted or step), or be a member themselves. If there is no OES connection then a Masonic relationship is required. Preference will be given to graduates who are closely related to a current member of the Order of the Eastern Star. Applicants must be registered for a full academic load for a full academic year.
Many Lodges sponsor a number of awards, scholarships, and bursaries, for information and details on ALL awards offered by the Grand Lodge and constituent Lodges click below:
Please read and comply with all the requirements stated on the application forms.
- Must explain: How a learning disability has affected his/her life.
- How he/she has learned to work with and compensate for those disabilities.
- What he/she hopes to do in the future.
- Three letters of reference are required.
Deadline: June 30
Essays will be judged primarily on:
Appropriateness: Does your essay answer the assigned question? Does your essay address the main topic stated in your thesis?
Clarity of exposition and argument: How clearly have you explained the arguments and concepts that are relevant to the topic? How clearly have you expressed your critical evaluation of the arguments? Have you clearly stated the reasons behind your evaluations?
Coherence of your explanations and arguments: Does your essay make sense as a whole? Is it well-organized? At each stage of the essay, is it easy to tell what you are saying and how that fits in with what you have already said? Are there any conflicts between things you say at different points in the essay? Do your arguments flow logically from your premises to your conclusions?
Essay Question #1: (Must be under 1500 words)
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The Prairie Healthcare Scholarship offers anyone studying in a healthcare-related field, who is originally from Saskatchewan, the chance to apply for financial assistance. Priority will be given to residents of Southwest Saskatchewan.
Whether your aim is to study in the field of: Medicine, Nursing, Physiotherapy, Massage Therapy, Pharmacy, Nutrition, Social Work or any other healthcare-related fields, the McIntyre Family Foundation is here to support your dreams.
Values: $1000 to $20 000 per year of study
The McIntyre Family Foundation is hoping to make a difference in Saskatchewan’s healthcare system and to ease the demand for healthcare professionals, both in larger centres and rural communities.
Offered to students in Saskatchewan with priority given to residents of Southwest Saskatchewan
There will be one annual intake from June 1-30 for the following academic year.
Application Period: June 1 – 30
The Edmonton Rodeo Cowboy’s Benevolent Fund and Northlands Park are pleased to offer the Bill Kehler Memorial Awards. Known as the voice of Canadian Finals Rodeo, Spruce Meadows and the Calgary Stampede, Bill Kehler demonstrated a life-long commitment to rodeo, broadcasting, and the agricultural industry.
Open to students who have completed Grade 12 and are pursuing post-secondary education, up to four awards of $2500.00 each.
Awards will be distributed to students with academic interests in broadcasting or agriculture. Individuals in professional rodeo will also be able to apply for an award to support their post-secondary studies. An essay is required along with letters of reference.
Application forms are available by phoning Northlands Park at (780) 471-7210.
SHA Education Assistance Program
Each applicant will be required to fill out and return an application form on or before August 31st of the hockey season.
Each application form indicates two (2) methods whereby a person may apply. They can apply in the zone where the player’s home address is and/or the division of hockey they play in. An example is a player whose home address Zone 1 and plays on a Midget AAA team; the player may apply in Zone 1 and also as a Midget AAA player; or the female player may apply in zone 1 and also as a female player.
The grant will be paid upon proof of enrolment. The proof of enrolment will be in the form of receipts from the educational institution the recipient is attending. The payment, which is to be applied to tuition and purchase of textbooks, will be made directly to the applicant.
A committee of three (3) Executive Committee members of the SHA will determine the recipients of the grant. The President of the SHA appoints this committee. The recipient will be announced by Sept 30th of the hockey season.
Applications forms can be downloaded below or may be obtained from the SHA office located at:
#2-575 Park Street
Value: Minimum 11 x $1000