G3 Grow Beyond Scholarship


The future of the agriculture industry relies on innovation and technology in order to keep up with global demand. The future of agriculture relies on you. This calls for new ideas, and the possibilities are endless. G3 and Agriculture In The Classroom Canada (AITC-C) are dedicated to this innovative future and the G3 Grow Beyond Scholarship is our way of helping students like you recognize and reach your full potential in leading that change, wherever your career may take you.

  • G3 and AITC-C are offering 6 scholarships of $4000 each, plus an additional $1000 to each winner’s high school.
  • Students must submit a 2-4 minute video describing their vision for the future of agriculture.

Your vision for the future of agriculture matters. Whichever career you choose, we want you to tell us how you’ll help forge the next generation of the agriculture industry — your idea for a thriving, globally competitive Canada. In a short video, you’ll explain how you want to make a difference and what you plan to contribute in order to lead Canadian agriculture into an innovative and technologically advanced future. Head over to our eligibility page for full details.


Record your video, telling us your vision for the future of agriculture, and then share it! Public voting is a part of the selection process, so the more of your friends and family you share your video link with, the better your chances of being selected as a scholarship recipient.


Submission form and videos must be submitted by April 1, 2020 by 11:59 PM CST.

Learn more and apply at: g3growbeyond.org/

Eligible applicants must be:

  • Attending a Canadian high school
  • Graduating in 2020
  • Planning to enroll at a Canadian post-secondary institution in a first-year degree or diploma program

Applicants must:

  • Complete the G3 Grow Beyond Scholarship application form, HERE
  • Submit the application form and video by April 1, 2020 at 11:59 PM CST.
  • Submit all accompanying documents as outlined (acceptance letter if available; otherwise, should be received by April 15, 2020)
  • Produce a creative 2- to 4-minute video outlining their vision and planned contribution to the future of technology and innovation in Canada’s agriculture sector.
    Although your last name is required on the entry form, you can choose to introduce yourself with first name or both first and last name. Your preference.

Applicants will be assessed on the following:

  • Video essay: Video submissions will be judged by a panel of industry professionals (50% weighting)
  • Public voting: Via online voting, maximum one video vote will be allowed per region (5 votes maximum). (25% weighting)
  • Community and/or school involvement (25% weighting)
    • Details to be provided within the submission form
  • The Video Essay and Community and/or School Involvement will be judged by a selection committee of both academia and industry professionals.


Global Youth Institute

Do you have a passion for global food security?

Where: Des Moines, Iowa
When: October 14-17, 2020

Deadline to apply:  April 25, 2020

Two students and their teachers or mentors will receive an all expense paid trip to represent our province at this event PLUS the opportunity to:

  • connect with students from around the world
  • explore pressing food security and agricultural issues with international experts
  • tour innovative industrial and research facilities
  • engage with local leaders and experts on critical global food security challenges
  • explore exciting ways to make a difference in your community and around the world

The two selected students will be required to research a global challenge and write a five-page essay under the supervision of their teacher or mentor.

Visit: aitc.sk.ca / click on news and events

Contact Info: chandra@aitc.sk.ca / 306-260-3560

Uniroyal Junior Curling and Don Berglind Memorial Scholarship Application

Talk to your high school curling coaches for the application form.

Completed applications and reference letters can be mailed, faxed or emailed to the following by April 30:

Lorraine Arguin
Box 1173
Moose Jaw, SK
S6H 4P9

Fax: 306-693-5773
Email: paul.a@sasktel.net


Golf Saskatchewan Scholarships

SAGE Scholarship Information

Golf Saskatchewan annually awards a number of scholarships to deserving student candidates who have made major accomplishments in academics, including golf, in Saskatchewan. The scholarships are named for individuals who have made significant contributions to amateur golf in the province.

Golf Saskatchewan also works with Golf Canada to assist young golfers who wish to apply for national scholarships and bursaries through the Golf Canada Foundation.

Past SAGE Recipients:

2020 SAGE Application – Deadline May 5, 2020

1800 Wheelchair Canada Scholarship

Welcome to 1800wheelchair.ca Scholarship Home Page

Our Latest Award Winner…

It is with great pride that 1800wheelchair announces our nineteeth scholarship awardee – Melanie Oakes of Lakeland University. We again received a great response, with hundreds of students submitting essays.

Please check out her personal statement, poem and art work here. Everyone at 1800wheelchair.ca wishes the best of luck to our latest winner.

New Scholarship Award

We would also like to take this opportunity to announce our next scholarship. Established in 2009, the 1800wheelchair scholarship fund now bestows two $500 awards each year. In the past, we’ve asked applicants to explore mobility issues on campus, overcoming personal challenges, and much more. To enter the scholarship students must follow the guidelines below:

Participants must meet the following criteria:

  • Enrolled at an accredited high school, college, or university in Canada
  • Enrolled at the undergraduate level or your final year of high school
  • Aged sixteen (16) years or older
  • Carry a status of “good standing” (i.e. currently enrolled)
  • Maintain a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of at least 3.0 (or equivalent)
  • Postmarked by May 1, 2018

Please note:

  • There is no formal printed application from 1800wheelchair, all necessary information is on this page
  • There are no requirements in terms of physical disability or ability. All applications are welcome
  • We do not accept fax or email applications
  • Please send your application via traditional mail; express mail will not be accepted
  • No need to print this page; just send your written response and contact information
  • Do not send any CD ROMs, letters of recommendation, tax returns, bank balances, resumes or CVs
  • Please keep a digital copy in Word or Google Docs. We’ll need a copy to put up on our site.

Scholarship Topic

For our next scholarship, we are going to repeat our visual contest. Please submit a ‘visual poem’, in a style of your choosing, on the theme of overcoming a personal challenge. Limit your ‘visual poem’ to an 8.5in x 11in piece of paper. You can choose to represent words, images, or both. It can abstract or representational. Please include a personal statement that gives us an idea of who you are and how your poem relates to a challenge you’ve faced. The poem and essay (combined) should be between 500 and 1,000 words, but feel free to write a little more or less.
Note: We will not be able to return any submissions.

Send all materials to:
1800wheelchair Canada Scholarship
8171 Yonge St
Suite 274
Thornhill Ontario, L3T 2C6Your application should include:

  • Typed copy of your submission (make sure to save a digital copy, so we can publish it, in the event that we decide to publish it.)
  • First & last name, email address & phone number printed at the top or back of each page
  • Statement or transcript of your Grade Point Average (GPA) – unofficial transcripts accepted
  • Students submitting their work should sign-up for our scholarship email list here

Website: https://www.1800wheelchair.ca/scholarship/

Gabriel Dumont Institute Scholarships and Bursaries

Amounts: Varies


  1. Apply online for scholarships
  2. Transcripts are required
  3. Metis and resident of Saskatchewan with enrollment into post-secondary

Deadline: May 1 – subject to change

Website: https://gdins.org/student-services/scholarships-bursaries/

Paddy O’Rourke Poetry Scholarship

The Paddy O’Rourke Poetry Scholarship was established in 2018 to recognize and encourage young Saskatchewan poets. It is named in honour of Patrick (Paddy) O’Rourke, a teacher, literary editor, mentor and prominent friend of Saskatoon’s and Saskatchewan’s arts community.

This site should give you all the information you need to (a) understand the scholarship criteria and submit an application; and (b) become a valued donor, including the link to the Scholarship’s financial administrator, the Saskatoon Community Foundation.

The Scholarship is coordinated by Saskatchewan’s first Poet Laureate Glen Sorestad as Chair, Sonia Sorestad, and Ray and Debbie Penner.

– Apply –

The Paddy O’Rourke Poetry Scholarship will be awarded annually, at the discretion of the Scholarship judges and administrators. The amount awarded is determined in part by donor support.

The current scholarship is $1,000 CAD.

Please carefully review the application criteria to ensure your submission will be considered. Incomplete applications will be discarded without further consideration or notice.

The successful applicant must meet the following criteria:

– 1 –
Be a Saskatchewan resident completing Grade Twelve in Saskatchewan or one who has graduated from Grade Twelve in Saskatchewan within the past 24 months.

– 2 –
Be accepted into, or plan to attend in the fall of the year of the award, a post-secondary institution and be enrolled in at least one class in the literary arts (e.g. English 101; a creative writing class, etc.)   Note: Scholarship funds will be issued upon proof of enrollment to a post-secondary institution as per the above. The post-secondary institution does not have to be in Saskatchewan.

– 3 –
Provide a letter (written by the applicant) indicating reasons why he or she deserves to be awarded the Scholarship. Important factors include participation in writing-related activities (e.g., editor of the school newspaper; involvement in a local library writers’ club; reply letters from publications who have considered your work, regardless of whether or not that work was accepted). Note that the writer’s talent – not financial need – is the principal focus for the Scholarship. The letter must include:

a. Current educational status (e.g., attending Grade Twelve) and educational institution where you are about to or have graduated.

b. Your Full Name

c. Your Address 

d. If you are under 18: Your parent or guardian’s contact information such as phone number and, if possible, email address. 

e. A statement which reads, “I agree to the terms and conditions of the Paddy O’Rourke Poetry Scholarship, including the right to release the winner’s name and sampling of his or her work to the media and general public. I further confirm that the poetry submitted is entirely the original work of the applicant.”  If you are under 18, please have your parent or authorized caregiver sign this statement and print their name and date. 

– 4 –
Append a sampling of five to ten pages of the applicant’s poetry. (Note: This does not imply five to ten different poems; long poems that exceed one page are acceptable.) Please do not submit illustrations/images.
Be sure to retain a copy of your work, as no submissions will be returned.



Paddy O’Rourke Poetry Scholarship
c/o  Ray Penner
1126 2nd Street East
Saskatoon, SK  S7H 1R5
Ph: (306) 241-7079

Ray Penner: ray@rndpenner.ca
PH: (306) 241-7079

Ayn Rand Essay Contests


Have you read one of Ayn Rand’s thought-provoking novels? Now’s the time! Enter an Ayn Rand Institute essay contest for your chance to win thousands of dollars in scholarship prize money.

ARI has held worldwide essay contests for students on Ayn Rand’s fiction for more than thirty years. This year we will award over 230 prizes, totaling more than $70,000.

Questions? Write to us at essays@aynrand.org.
Website: https://aynrand.org/students/essay-contests/

Mary Joyce Booth Memorial Scholarship (French)

Up to two scholarships of $1,500 are available for French-Second-Language (FSL) students entering their first year of a post-secondary program in the French language.

Dr. Mary Joyce Booth was a devoted and enthusiastic educator, well known in Canadian Parents for French circles for many years before her death on March 22, 2007. She was passionate about promoting French-Second-Language (FSL) education. Dr. Booth was a professor of French in the College of Education, Department of Curriculum Studies, at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon. She endlessly supported opportunities for young FSL students. She also provided moral, professional, personal, and financial assistance to all levels of Canadian Parents for French over the years. Her interest in FSL initiatives started early; her passion for language was her life’s work. This award honours her memory.

Mary Joyce Booth Memorial Scholarship – 2020

CWB Welding Foundation Awards

Various amounts! Apply as early as possible as funds are limited.

→ Must be accepted into a full-time welding program for post-secondary
→ Complete online form
→ Provide 2 references (not family)
→ Include current transcript verification report with grade 11-12 marks highlighted (school report transcript is fine)
→ Letter of recommendation (teacher, staff member, employer) relating to your welding activities
→ Acceptance letter to post-secondary institution
→ 500 word essay (details on site under Instructions)
→ Recipients must agree to be acknowledged

Website: https://www.cwbweldingfoundation.org/awards