Posted on Saturday, October 31, 2020 by Admin C.L.
Vanier Collegiate Nomination Process
PDF DOCUMENT FOR VCI STUDENTS – Schulich Leadership 2020 2021
To qualify, Nominees must:
Nominees must meet the following criteria
- Academic Excellence AND
- Leadership, charisma and creativity.
- Strong consideration will be given to students with financial need.
- Be entrepreneurial-minded and intend to pursue a career in one or more of the following focus areas:
- Entrepreneurship and business enterprise;
- Applied scientific research.
- Schulich are NOT considering students who:
- Focus on activism (environmental/political/societal)
- Intend to become a practicing physician and or medical research (e.g. Doctor, Dentist, Nurse, Psychologist, Pharmacist, Optometrist, etc.)
- Intend to become a Professor and conduct theoretical research.
- Title Page
- Include a small paragraph listing the schools and programs you are applying to and your future career and professional goals.
- Essay – 600-word essay demonstrating why they would make a great Schulich Leader (research who Schulich was/did/etc.)
Vanier Nomination Deadline: Extended to January 20, 2021
Vanier Nominee will be informed: Extended to January 20, 2021
Schulich School Nomination Deadline: January 27, 2021
Student Nominee Deadline: February 17, 2021
Universities Make Offers March 1 – June 15, 2021
- Nominee, shot at $100 000 Schulich Leader Scholarship and/or 50 STEM scholarship
Nomination form includes:
- Name and contact information for your school
- Name and contact information for your Nominee
- Your Nominee will receive an email with a link to the Schulich Leader Scholarship Application. The rest is up to them!
Vanier Selected Nominee Application Requires:
- Universities they wish to attend
- List of their top three achievements (academic or other)
– 50 words maximum per achievement
- Essay describing why they should win
– 600 words maximum
- Optional essay to outline extenuating circumstances that put them at a financial disadvantage, or they feel are relevant to their application
– 250 words maximum
- Short answer to identify where they see themselves in 10 years and how they plan to get there
– 50 words maximum
- Two letters of reference, including referee contact information for verification
– Save as Microsoft Word, PDF or JPEG
- Copy of up-to-date transcript, credit counsel summary or detailed academic report
– Save as Microsoft Word, PDF or JPEG
- Headshot profile image for publicity
– Save as JPEG (No PDF or Word documents)
Students and Parents
- Please join the Career Information and Events Edsby Group and the Scholarship Information Edsby Group.
- There is a number of opportunities available to students! These opportunities will be distributed in the following ways:
- SEE YOUR FUTURE
- Neat ongoing career opportunities through Regina District Industry Education Council (RDIEC)
- Vanier SUTIL Career Event
- GRADE 10, 11 AND 12 Students will be participating in at least 2 of the 4 presentation times.
- Times: TBD
- Day: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17
- More info coming soon.
- Ms. Lapointe will be available again for bookings starting in January. If you would like to book a time please CLICK HERE.
Posted on Friday, October 16, 2020 by Admin C.L.
NOVEMBER 3, 2020
See Your Future – Education & Career Fair 2020 allows students and parents to ask important questions about life after high school:
- Where will I study?
- Where will I live?
- What scholarships are available?
- What program do I require to get the job I want?
These questions, and more, will be answered by professional representatives at See Your Future – Education & Career Fair
STUDENT AND PARENT RESOURCES AND REGISTRATION
Posted on Thursday, October 15, 2020 by Admin C.L.
MAIN SITE FOR EVENTS
You will need to log in or create a URConnected.ca account to sign-up for an event.
Currently, you are not logged in, but may browse the upcoming events.
Posted on Tuesday, October 6, 2020 by Admin C.L.
Great site provided by the Government of Canada!
A number of scholarships are available to support students’ secondary and post-secondary education.
The Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture offers four scholarships to Grade 12 students and recent high school graduates that are pursuing an agriculture-related post-secondary education.
Post-secondary students may receive a scholarship to study French in Saskatchewan or out-of-province.
Nominate your Grade 11 students for a $500 scholarship to enable them to finish Grade 12.
First Nations or Métis students can apply for a $20,000 scholarship to help pay for post-secondary education.
Graduate or post-graduate students of Saskatchewan politics or government can apply for a $20,000 scholarship.
Learn how to apply for the $1,000 Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Scholarship.
The Saskatchewan Advantage Scholarship (SAS) provides eligible grade 12 graduates, including Adult Basic Education (ABE) and GED® students, $500 per year, to a lifetime maximum of $2,000.
The Saskatchewan Innovation and Opportunity Scholarship program for post-secondary students provides funding by the Government of Saskatchewan, matched with funds raised by post-secondary institutions through private sector and community-based partners.
Returning Canadian Forces members or their family members can apply for a $5,000 scholarship to help pay for post-secondary education.
Become a Student Advising Sessions
Want to learn what Sask Polytech is all about? Connect with our Recruitment advisors today! Advisors can give you an overview of the programs we offer and advantages of a Sask Polytech education, and will help guide you through the application process.
- Join an online drop-in advising session happening Monday to Thursday, 1 – 3:00 p.m.
- Email us at email@example.com
- Call our toll-free number at 1-866-467-4278
- Contact our Welcome Centres at:
- Saskatoon 306-659-4012
- Regina 306-775-7395
- Prince Albert 306-765-1611
- Moose Jaw 306-691-8429
Zoom Drop-in Advising Sessions
Do you have questions about Saskatchewan Polytechnic? We are here for you! Join this online drop-in session where you can speak with a student recruitment advisor one-to-one. Advisors will be available to provide information on everything from program information to submitting your application to Sask Polytech.
International students (current and future) are invited to join the International Student Drop-in Advising Sessions happening daily from 10 a.m. – 12 noon (CST).
||Daily, Monday to Thursday
||1 – 3:00 p.m.
||Online, via Zoom
Advisors are available for drop-in zoom sessions Monday – Thursday from 1 – 3 p.m. Fill out the form below to begin a one-on-one chat.
Advisors are currently not available. Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents are invited to join us during Advisor drop-in sessions Monday – Thursday from 1-3 p.m. by filling out the form below. If you fill out the form at a time outside these hours, we will contact you.
Posted on Sunday, October 4, 2020 by Admin C.L.
Grade 10 and 11 Opportunities
Note: Create an account at Scholarships Canada, Student Awards and/or StudentScholarship.org and you might be able to find even more scholarships/awards/competitions you can apply for while in high school.
- A Voice for Animals Contest
- Ayn Rand Essay Competitions
- Leadership – B Davis Scholarship Essay Competition (May 22, 2021)
- Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall Scholarship (Grade 11 and 12 – see the office)
- Vimy Foundation Essay and Trip Opportunities
- Sidney Bloxom Scholarships – SK Chapter of Association of Certified Fraud Examiners will award scholarships valued at $500 for up to two SK High School Students (Grade 9-12); Essay; email firstname.lastname@example.org in December to get upcoming information. Old information.
- Check with the library for poetry and writing competitions.
- WorkSafe Saskatchewan Video Competitions (we have had students win this before!)
- Grade 11 Students can apply for a scholarship at Great Plains College in Swift Current (you must go there to get the scholarship)
- Affinity Credit Union Leadership (Moose Jaw ?)
- SCIE Global Opportunities
- Skills Canada Competitions – SK
- Encounters with Canada
- Forum For Young Canadians
- City of Moose Jaw Advisory Committees
- U of T Summer Programs
- U of R Accelerated Program
Pretty Photoshop Actions recognizes the importance of higher education and the role it plays in our personal and professional fulfillment. That’s why we are so excited to continue our Pretty Photoshop Actions $500 bi-annual scholarship (awarded twice per year).
The requirements for eligible student entries are:
A) You should presently be a senior in high school;
B) Or be transitioning from high school to a college or university;
C) Or be already enrolled in a college or university inside the United States or Canada.
D) Employees and their immediate family members of PhotoshopActions are not eligible to participate.
Winner Payout and Announcement
A) The deadline for scholarship entries is bi-annually on April 15 and October 15. The winning entry will be published on Pretty Actions Blog
B) The winner will be notified by e-mail three weeks after the deadline.
C) Scholarship entries will be carefully reviewed by a team of judges at PhotoshopActions.
D) The scholarship will be paid out in the amount of $500 (U.S.) to each bi-annual winner, in the form of a co-payable check that will be mailed to the college or university attended by the winning student.
The PAVE Student Design Competition promotes “real world” design experience for college-level students interested in pursuing careers in the retail design industry. Students involved in retail planning, visual merchandising, interior design and branding programs are encouraged to participate in creating a dynamic design space for SketchUp. Students participating in our competition will demonstrate the will to innovate, redesign, and reinvent an actual retail design space.
This annual international competition is open exclusively to undergraduate college students involved in retail planning, design, visual merchandising, and branding programs. This year’s challenge SketchUp invites you to imagine an innovative brand experience for SketchUp.
The role of technology in shaping design and architecture cannot be underestimated. This has become more evident during the current pandemic we are experiencing. Designers have been working from home in record numbers and we will see an increase in this trend. SketchUp is a tool which allows us to envision three-dimensional space in new and exciting ways.
Prizes include grants to students and the winning students may even see their designs come to life. As a reminder, the competition is open to undergraduate students only.
First Place – $3,000
Second Place – $2,000
Third Place – $1,000
Honorable Mention – $500
Deadline: November 19, 2020