Career Newsletter March 31, 2020

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March 30, 2020

Vanier Collegiate March 30 Newsletter

Scholars Education – NHL Drew Doughty Scholarship $10 000

Scholars Education Partners With NHL’s Drew Doughty To Offer $10,000 Scholarship

For immediate release

Toronto, ON — March 20, 2020 — Scholars Education is partnering with Drew Doughty of the Los Angeles Kings to help a deserving student further their education. Doughty has generously donated $10,000 in commitment to helping Canadian students achieve academic success in light of recent school closures nationwide.

“Drew is used to assisting goals while on the ice, but now he is assisting students to reach their goals in the classroom,” says Matthew Baxter, President at Scholars. “First, he won Canada a gold medal at the World Junior Championships and then goes on to earn two gold medals at the Olympics. Now, he has achieved a hat trick with this incredible act of generosity. Drew Doughty’s positive impact to the lives of Canadian youth is truly remarkable and we are grateful for his pledge to support education.”

The scholarship is available to students in high school to attend a Canadian college or university. To apply, students must construct an essay (approximately 1,500 words) explaining how they have overcome adversity and explore the connection to a positive response to the world’s current situation. Eligible submissions will be judged by the Scholars Advisory Board which is made up of Canadian university professors with the winner chosen by Doughty himself. The $10,000 scholarship will be awarded to a student who shows exemplary writing skills.

Applications for the scholarship must be submitted by March 31, 2020. To submit an essay application, please email with the subject line “Essay Contest Submission.


Kirk Langford
Scholars Education

About Scholars Education

Founded in 1999, Scholars Education is a leading tutoring and supplementary education service that offers research-driven proprietary programs in all subjects for students from Kindergarten to Grade 12. Scholars Education’s focus is developing analytical and thinking skills so students become self-aware, real-world thinkers who can take the skills they learn far beyond the classroom. For more information please visit



Local Scholarships – Moose Jaw Bursary Fund/Prairie South School Division

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VANIER – more information

Vanier Collegiate General Scholarship Application Form

There is a lot of uncertainty at this time, however, just to be proactive, if you would like to complete the scholarship application below and email it to by May 1 that would be greatly appreciated.


  • send as a pdf
  • save it with the following format (Sally Johns Vanier Scholarship Form)

2020 General Scholarship Application Form

Bayer Scholarships for Students – Agriculture

2020 Information coming soon!

Les Donnelly Scholarship

The Les Donnelly Scholarship provides financial assistance to a post-secondary student who is a resident of Saskatchewan and has contributed to health and safety in their community. It is awarded annually and applicants must submit their responses to the eligibility questions along with their application to be considered. In the past, this scholarship amount has ranged from $500 to $1,500. The amount and number of recipients varies year to year.
The Saskatchewan Safety Council must receive applications no later than May 31st for the same year of studies.

Download a Les Donnelly Scholarship Application

SGI – Scholarships

Must read information below for more details!

Amount: Varies

Deadline: Varies



Saskatchewan Hockey Association – Educational Scholarships

Taken from website:

The Saskatchewan Hockey Association shall award a minimum of eleven (11), $1000.00 Hockey Education Assistance Grants each hockey season. The criteria for applying to for these grants is the following:

  • 8  –  Regional (zone) members (player, coach or member of the referee’s division)
  • 1  –  Midget AAA registered player
  • 1  –  Female registered player
  • 1  –  Junior A, B, Junior, or Senior registered player

Each applicant must meet the following criteria:

  1. Must have been registered for three (3) years
  2. Must be a registrant in good standing in the SHA
  3. Must have graduated Grade 12 by June of that year except for:
    1. Junior A, B, C players
    2. Senior players 20 years of age or under as of December 31st of the current season.
  4. Must be going to attend a Saskatchewan based University affiliate College, or Saskatchewan Polytechnic.
  5. Must attend a Saskatchewan institution within (4) years to take advantage of the grant.
  6. Junior A grant recipients must attend a Saskatchewan post-secondary institute within
    1. Four (4) years if application requirement is a graduating Grade 12 student during that year.
    2. One (1) year, if application requirement is as a player 20 years of age or under as of December 31st of the hockey season.
  7. Recipients may only be eligible to receive the grant once.

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.

Craig Hartl Memorial Scholarship (Goalie)

On behalf of Don and Kim Hartl of Lake Lenore, Saskatchewan, I would like to announce an opportunity for Goaltenders within the Province who will be graduating from Grade 12 this year to apply for a $1,000 Scholarship to honour the memory of their son Craig Hartl.

Craig was a young man who grew up in Lake Lenore playing hockey and the position he loved, Goaltender. Craig passed away in January, 2018 and his family wishes to honour his memory and love of a Hockey Goaltender by offering an annual scholarship of $1,000. The criteria for the Scholarship is as follows;

  • The candidate must have completed their grade 12, and they will be attending – university, college, or a trade school.
  • They must have been registered in Saskatchewan as a goalie for at least 3 years.
  • The candidate must be in good standing in the SHA.
  • The student must be an avid volunteer both in the community and in their school.
  • Please attach two (2) letters of reference with the application.
  • The scholarship will be paid out upon proof of enrollment and acceptance of their chosen post-secondary school.
  • Applicant will be required to fill out and return the application and required documents by March 1 of each year.

The Scholarship recipient will be chosen be the Don, Kim and Cortney Hartl, Craig’s family.


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Applications Forms

Past Winners

The following people were awarded SHA Scholarships for the 2018/19 season;

Award Name Hometown
Zone 1 Nathan Bye Manor
Zone 2 Dillan Zurowski Regina
Zone 3 Carson Fehr Glentworth
Zone 4 Kaitlyn Sauser Churchbridge
Zone 5 Kaitlyn Harrison Craven
Zone 6 Jadyn Kushniruk Saskatoon
Zone 7 Jaryd Nachtegaele North Battleford
Zone 8 Clark Aylward Carrot River
Midget AAA Kersey Reich Estevan
Female Tegan Flegg Carrot River
Jr. A/B/C/Sr. Tyson Meyers Melfort
BF Lorenzetti Sebastian Eger Regina

For more information please contact:
Kelly McClintock
General Manager
Saskatchewan Hockey Association
Tel (306) 789-5101

CWL Social Justice Award

The Saskatchewan Provincial Council of the Catholic Women’s League of Canada has establised a Social Justic Award. The award is intended to enable young women to engage in social justice work. Young women between the ages of 18-35 years will be eligible to receive up to one thoughsand dollars in one year upon application and decision of the committee.

Award Criteria:

  • Open to young women between the ages of 18-35 years.
  • Demonstrated involvement in social justice activities.
  • Recommendation of a pastor or campus minister or equivalent.
  • The award must be used to finance participation in a reputable social justice activity, either at home or abroad, e.g. Development and Peace, Cuervavaca experience, work in inner city or northern experiences.
  • Priority will be given to CSL members or relatives of CWL members.
  • The committee may decide to give the yearly amount to one candidate or divide it among qualified applicants
  • Academic standing and background will be a consideration but not the determining factor.
  • Successful candidates will be asked to share their experience with League members.
  • Decision of the committee is final.

Deadline: April 30, 2020

Information and Application Form

Mail completed application forms to M. Nordick, 242 670 Kenderdine Road, Saskatoon, SK S7N4W5

UAlberta Registration 101 Sessions in Regina

Date:  Saturday, March 21, 2020
Location: Mackenzie Art Gallery (3475 Alberta Street)
Time:  11:00-1:00 and 1:30-3:30

RSVP:  Students must reserve their seat by completing the RSVP online at