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: email@example.com
Saskatchewan Youth Apprenticeship Industry $1000 scholarships are awarded each year to over 120 students who complete Saskatchewan Youth Apprenticeship. Each school nominates a potential candidate and winners are announced in June. Many Prairie South students have won this scholarship. Check with your SYA Champion and/or guidance counsellor for information on how you can earn 300 hours towards an apprenticeship trade along with the chance to win a $1000 scholarship.
Moose Jaw Co-op is pleased to once again offer students an opportunity to earn $1000 towards their post-secondary schooling. We will award 3-$1000 scholarships to students within the community, as well as 3-$1000 scholarships to students who are employed by Moose Jaw Co-op. Deadline to apply is Friday, May 14th 2021 via email submission. Details are included on the applications attached below.Attachments:
Indigenous Student Experience Days at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) is coming up online this week on Tues. Apr. 13 and Wed. Apr. 14. We’re inviting Métis, First Nations and Inuit students in high school, who are thinking about going to university, and/or who have already applied to come get to know the USask campus community. Supporters like parents or other family members, teachers and counsellors are welcome, too!
Over two days, you will be able to participate in cultural and academic experiences online, and meet with other prospective and current university students, university staff and faculty, alumni and Elders.
· virtual presentations and information sessions hosted by colleges and programs from across USask
· a student and alumni panel featuring current Indigenous university students and graduates
· a Talking Circle with Elders and Circle Keepers
· keynote speaker Constable John Langan, who is a member of the Keeseekoose First Nation and a graduate of the Indigenous justice and criminology program at USask
· an online scavenger hunt game where you can complete missions to score points, and be entered into a draw for exciting prizes
· an application for admission workshop for university programs in agriculture and bioresources, arts and science, business, language teacher education and engineering (The application for admission fee will be waived for eligible students who submit an application during this event.)
All activities are online, enabling you to join from wherever you are located and take part in the activities that work for your schedule. We hope to see you and your students on Tuesday and Wednesday, April 13 and 14, this week, at Indigenous Student Experience Days!
Chris Lamb is offering two scholarships worth $1,000 CAD each. I’d be grateful if you can review our scholarship and share this opportunity with your students if you believe it may be of interest to them.
Eligibility and application requirements below:
APPLICATION DEADLINE: May 1, 2021
SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE: Two
WHO CAN APPLY: Undergraduate or Graduate level students currently enrolled or planning to attend either a College or University in Canada- (any field of studies)
ESSAY REQUIREMENTS: Applicants must submit an original 250-500 Word essay detailing their career goals/ plans.
Open to students in Canada graduating high school. Students will be required to write a minimum 500 word essay in regards to a major challenge or issue they see in the world and how they intend to help resolve it using their skills and knowledge they will attain during their studies.
The winner must authorize School of Natural Medical Aesthetics to use and disclose their essay in its marketing and public relations efforts and acknowledge that the essay may be distributed to the media, other individuals and entities that may be involved in School of Natural Medical Aesthetics marketing and public relations efforts and the public.
How To Apply
In order to be considered for this award, you must submit the online Application and attach your essay.
Students must submit the online form no later than May 31st, 2021.
Essays will be graded and the winner will be awarded the scholarship by August 1, 2021.