CUPE Local 5512 Scholarship (Moose Jaw Local)

This Scholarship is open to:

  • any Prairie South School Division #210 or Vanier Collegiate student whose parent or guardian is a C.U.P.E. Local #5512 member in good standing
  • OR
  • a C.U.P.E. Local #5512 employee while still attending a high school in the Prairie South School Division #210

The amount of this scholarship will be one hundred dollars ($100.00). The scholarship candidate shall be a Grade Twelve graduate during the current school year and shall be continuing his/her education or trade at a recognized institution within the following school year. The scholarship candidate shall have an acceptable academic standing in his/her high school year. The scholarship candidate must be a good citizen, law abiding, and with good school conduct. Involvement in student activities, the community and volunteer organizations would be included in the selection.

Completed application forms must be returned to your school principal/guidance counselor by:

  • April 30th of the year in which applying for Rural Schools
  • May 20th of the year in which applying for Moose Jaw High Schools – Must be submitted to Ms. Lapointe by this date! Then it will be forwarded on May 30th.

The Scholarship Committee requirements:

  • Would like the selection committee to consist of the following: Principal and/or Vice-Principal and Guidance Counsellor.
  • The committee, as above, must select only one scholarship candidate.
  • If no scholarship candidate is selected, then no scholarship will be awarded for the year.
  • Students must be enrolled in their choice of education for the first available semester in the year following graduation.
  • Scholarships will be presented annually. One scholarship will be presented to each high school in the Prairie South School Division #210 and one scholarship for Vanier Collegiate, where applicable.

2021 C.U.P.E. Local 5512 Scholarship Application Form


Ned Andreoni Memorial Scholarship

To assist a Vanier student in successful the pursuit of athletics and academics.


  • The student must be actively involved in his/her schools’ Physical Education, and Extra-Curricular program.
  • The student must have at least a 75% average (Christian Ethics 30, English A and B 30, Social Studies 30, highest marks in any three 30 level subjects – then divide by 7).
  • The recipient should exhibit strong leadership and sportsmanship qualities as well as being a positive role model in his/her school and/or community.
  • Have been involved in at least two Vanier Sports programs throughout his/her years.
  • Have taken at least one credit Physical Education class (20 or 30)
  • Financial need
  • Enrolled at Vanier for at minimum of two years.

Preference may be given to a student who will continue to participate in sports at the post-secondary or amateur level, as a player, official or coach.

For more information and the application form link Ned Andreoni Memorial Scholarship Form 2021

Return to the Main Office on or before 3:30 pm April 30, 2021.


Uniroyal Junior Curling & Don Berglind Memorial Scholarship Application

Amounts: 2 – $250



  1. Preference will be given to the applicants who best demonstrate a contribution to Junior Curling and/or coaching development/and or volunteerism in the Moose Jaw curling community.
  2. Applicant must be 19 years of age or younger as of December 31 in the year of application.
  3. Applicant must be registered in post secondary education and continuing his or her curling career.
  4. Application form must be filled out and received by the Directors of the fund by April 30 in the year the application is made.

Uniroyal Junior Curling Application 2021

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

Lorraine Arguin
Box 1173, Moose Jaw S6H 4P9

Business and Finance Career Spotlights


Spotlight on Business & Finance

The Saskatoon Industry Education Council is excited to announce our Spotlight on Business & Finance. We will host live events, share industry interviews and tours, and provide hands-on lab activities for students and teachers.


Business & Finance

Monday, February 22 – Friday, February 26
Wednesday, February 24th (10:00 – 11:00am)

Entrepreneur Career Pathways Panel

  • This online panel features a variety of Saskatchewan Entrepreuners sharing their career journeys.
  • This live event will provide the opportunity for student, teacher and parent Q&A.
  • Participants can pre-register through zoom link

Panalists include:

  • Kieren Britton (The Lady Alliance)
  • Kendal Netmaker (Netmaker Enterprises Corp.)
  • Alisha Esmail (Road Coffee Co.)
  • Andrey Olinov (Complete Technologies)

Wednesday, February 24th (6:30 – 7:30pm)

Business & Finance Career Pathways Panel

  • This online panel features representatives from Edwards School of Business, industry professionals and current students sharing their education and career journeys.
  • This live event will provide the opportunity for student, teacher and parent Q&A.
  • Participants can pre-register through zoom link

Thursday, February 25th (9am & 12:30pm)

Business Case Prep Workshop

  • Aims to guide students through the construction of business case presentation in the style of a case competition
  • Students will understand the topic selected, analyze a case, prepare and deliver a case presentation
  • Click here to view Workshop Description
  • Click here to register

Post-Secondary Video Series

Coming Monday, February 22 – Interested in finance or starting your own business? Hear from Edwards School of Business, Saskpolytech and Saskatoon Business College on your post-secondary options.

Career Talks: Interviews with Local Entrepreneurs

Coming Monday, Febraury 22 – Looking to be your own boss? How do you start a business and obtain success?  Hear from local Entrepreneurs on the paths they have taken to start and create a business.

U of S Events

Some of our upcoming events:


Feb. 11 – Awards and scholarships information session

On February 11, we are offering a Zoom session at 7 pm for prospective undergraduate students to learn more about entrance scholarships, including how to apply for USask’s Competitive Entrance Awards. These awards include scholarships and bursaries valued between $500-$32,000 that can be accessed by many entering students with diverse experiences. A Q&A session will follow a brief presentation. Registration is open now!


Feb. 17 – Undergraduate programs and admissions presentations

On February 17 at 1 pm, learn more about the excellent undergraduate student experience offered at USask through a brief virtual presentation followed by a Q&A period. We will introduce future students to our undergraduate programs, admission requirements, scholarships and bursaries and other opportunities they need to know about as they prepare for their future. Registration is open now.


Every Wednesday – Drop-in-Q&A Wednesdays

Did you know students can book a 20-minute appointment with a USask recruitment officer every Wednesday to answer any questions they have about admission requirements, scholarships, housing and other information they would like to know before becoming a USask student? Appointments are available for students interested in applying to undergraduate programs in the Colleges of Agriculture and Bioresources, Arts and Science, Education, Engineering, Kinesiology and the Edwards School of Business. Book an appointment here!

SUNTEP Saskatoon Virtual Open House

SUNTEP Saskatoon Virtual Open House


On February 24, join a Virtual Open House to learn more about the the Saskatchewan Urban Native Teacher Education (SUNTEP) program from 1 pm to 2 pm and from 6 pm to 7 pm. Call 306 934-2203 to register.

Find information about the program here.

Print-on-demand-poster for SUNTEP Open House.



Engineering: It is more than you think!

Engineering: It’s more than you think

Join us for our YouTube Livestream Event on Feb. 10 from 4 to 6 pm CST-SK Time.

Do you know students who don’t know what to do after graduation? Have they dismissed engineering because they think it’s just math and science? Tell them about Engineering: It’s more than you think, a YouTube livestream event where they can learn just how diverse engineering is. From finding new ways to detect breast cancer to saving horses; turning waste into fuel and making safe drinking water – these are all stories from USask Engineering difference makers.

Come meet our students, alumni, and researchers and learn how they are transforming our world in some unexpected ways. This event is open to all students, parents, and educators.

Register here for the session.

Royal Canadian Legion Branch #59 Moose Jaw Poppy Fund Bursary

The Royal Canadian Legion Moose Jaw Branch #59 Poppy Fund Bursary

This bursary is extended annually to Grade 12 students who are sons, daughters or grandchildren of ex-servicemen in need of assistance in financing further education.

Investmentzen $1000 Financial Future Scholarship


InvestmentZen aims to promote a lifetime of financial responsibility which starts as soon as we start managing our own money.

The good financial habits we develop as collegiates can serve us for the rest of our lives. To help promote financial responsibility among post-secondary students around the world, we’re thrilled to award one $1,000 USD scholarship annually to help alleviate educational costs.

How to Apply / Guidelines

To enter, please submit an essay (500-1500 words) in English answering one of the following:

  1. How are you managing your money in college to prepare for a bright financial future?
  2. What financial challenges have you overcome in your life? What lesson(s) did they teach you?
  3. What are the most common financial pitfalls you see your peers making, and what advice do you have for them?


2020-2021 School Year

Deadline: April 1, 2021 at 11:59pm GMT
Winner notified: April 15, 2021

Ringette Scholarships

Scholarships available for ringette players,
coaches, and officials

Deadline: March 31