CONNECTED links young female students from grades 10 through 12 with female mentors from a vast spectrum of career backgrounds. We believe that young women need access to adult role models who are willing to share their stories and career pathways. Ultimately, promoting a culture of support and empowerment among young women as they navigate their preferred future. We welcome students pursuing all post-secondary pathways: work, university, college or apprenticeship and those who are still deciding.
Typically, this a dinner event, and throughout the evening the students were seated with other female students as well as several women “mentors” from our community who shared their career journey. Unfortunately, this year, all of our events will look very different, as we will have to host them virtually. However, the students will still hear the stories, career goals, and life lessons from the mentors.
“Connected was a wonderful experience that helped me to understand the journey of becoming a working woman. I have taken many great lessons to heart, and I learned an immense amount of valuable information at this event. I had a fantastic evening, and am so thankful for this opportunity.”
Re: Scholarship for Post Secondary Applicants–2020-2021
Rotary Clubs internationally believe in “Service Above Self;” and as such, The Rotary Club of Moose Jaw is offering Moose Jaw high school students an opportunity to apply for a scholarship to aid in furthering the post-secondary costs for the school term of 2021-2022.
Our club is offering a maximum of three $1,000 scholarships to Moose Jaw students, who can attend post-secondary institutions (universities or colleges) for varied career paths. Applicants are asked to complete the attached application form. Questions are to be answered to the best of one’s ability while also following the instructions–including the provisions for the requested documents.
Applications must be received via mail no later than May 15, 2021; winners and schools will be contacted by June 2. Winners will also be acknowledged when they attend a Rotary luncheon if COVID restrictions allow. The actual monies will later be forwarded directly to the applicable post-secondary institutions.
The Rotary Club of Moose Jaw looks forward to receiving the applications from interested Moose Jaw students. If you have any questions, please feel free to direct them to email@example.com.
Maximum of three, $1000 scholarships
Application Form, Letters of Reference, 250 word essay, additional information section (100 words for each section) – go over the information on the application form!
Linda Smith will be offering a blended learning style Standard First Aid/CPR AED course on May 29 9:00 am – 3:00 pm at the Prairie South Board office on 9th Ave.
This blended learning style is done in two parts. The first is done online at your own pace but MUST be done prior to the second part, which is the classroom instruction. At the end, you will be certified in Standard First Aid/CPR AED “C”.
If you require HCP/BLS, you will need to stay for an additional hour to get that certification.
This is also open to anyone that needs recertification in Standard First Aid CPR/AED. Cost is $105. Registration must be done by May 15 (for the May 29 course) to give you ample time to do the online portion.
For more information and to register please email Linda Smith or call (306) 681-8323
Grade 12 female students graduating grade 12 (or first year secondary students – one year out of high school) may be eligible to apply for the Florence E. Taylor Scholarships. The main criteria is financial need! Other information they will be looking at is your educational goal and academic record.
DEADLINE: May 14, 2021 for Vanier students so then Ms. Lapointe can then forward them to the main contact for the organization in Moose Jaw.
See Ms. Lapointe for more information and for an application form.
St. Joseph Parish Council has initiated an annual scholarship in the amount of $1,000.00 to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the Redemptorist Fathers in Moose Jaw. This scholarship will be awarded to a Catholic student from Vanier Collegiate in his/her first year of post-secondary education, who meets the following criteria:
Grade 12 transcript
2 letters of reference (Principal, VP, Teacher at Vanier and one from a parish priest/minster)
Copy of acceptance letter from the post-secondary institution
Participation in extra-curricular school activities
Canadian Agri-Business Education Foundation awards seven $2,500 scholarships annually to Canadian students who are entering or currently pursuing an agricultural related program full-time at a Canadian college, university or apprenticeship (trade) institution.
Scholarships are awarded to students based on a combination of leadership attributes, and an essay or video response to the question “Name a challenge that you think agriculture can help solve. How will your future career in agriculture allow you to play a role in solving that challenge?”
The agriculture and food industry is an exciting and growing field. Whether you’re looking to become a plant breeder, an agri-marketer, a researcher, part of the agri-retail industry, a PhD, a farmer or an agricultural equipment technician, it all starts with an undergraduate degree, diploma or apprenticeship in an agriculturally based or related program.
Scholarship Eligibility & Information
Canadian students who will be entering their 1st year or currently in their 2nd or 3rd year pursuing an agricultural or ag-related program at a recognized Canadian college, university or trade school are eligible to apply. Full time students only. Current 4th year or post-graduate students are not eligible to apply.
Past CABEF scholarship winners and family of CABEF board members not eligible to apply.
Students must be at least 16 years of age to apply.
Click here to access the online scholarship application form. (Note: the application form can not be saved. Students have a one-time access to the application form. It’s suggested to type your essay and list of leadership activities in a Word document and then cut and paste into the application form).
Within the online application, essays can be either in written format or video. Written essays must be between 750 – 1000 words. Videos must be a minimum of 2 minutes to a maximum of 5 minutes in length and provide a YouTube link to the video within the application form. Click here to view video requirements.
Click here to view the judging rubrics for the essay and leadership activities.
Entries must be received by CABEF on or before 5:00PM ET April 30th, 2021.
Winners will be selected and notified no later than May 31st, 2021.
Winners must provide proof of enrolment from their post-secondary institution by September 30. The students will receive their scholarship money within 30 days of receiving proof of enrolment. Proof of enrolment to be sent by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org