Must read information below for more details!
Must read information below for more details!
Taken from website: https://sha.sk.ca/about/awards-scholarships/application
The Saskatchewan Hockey Association shall award a minimum of eleven (11), $1000.00 Hockey Education Assistance Grants each hockey season. The criteria for applying to for these grants is the following:
Each applicant must meet the following criteria:
Each applicant will be required to fill out and return an application form on or before August 31st of the hockey season.
Each application form indicates two (2) methods whereby a person may apply. They can apply in the zone where the player’s home address is and/or the division of hockey they play in. An example is a player whose home address Zone 1 and plays on a Midget AAA team; the player may apply in Zone 1 and also as a Midget AAA player; or the female player may apply in zone 1 and also as a female player.
The grant will be paid upon proof of enrolment. The proof of enrolment will be in the form of receipts from the educational institution the recipient is attending. The payment, which is to be applied to tuition and purchase of textbooks, will be made directly to the applicant.
A committee of three (3) Executive Committee members of the SHA will determine the recipients of the grant. The President of the SHA appoints this committee. The recipient will be announced by Sept 30th of the hockey season.
On behalf of Don and Kim Hartl of Lake Lenore, Saskatchewan, I would like to announce an opportunity for Goaltenders within the Province who will be graduating from Grade 12 this year to apply for a $1,000 Scholarship to honour the memory of their son Craig Hartl.
Craig was a young man who grew up in Lake Lenore playing hockey and the position he loved, Goaltender. Craig passed away in January, 2018 and his family wishes to honour his memory and love of a Hockey Goaltender by offering an annual scholarship of $1,000. The criteria for the Scholarship is as follows;
The Scholarship recipient will be chosen be the Don, Kim and Cortney Hartl, Craig’s family.
SASKATCHEWAN HOCKEY ASSOCIATION
#2-575 Park Street
The following people were awarded SHA Scholarships for the 2018/19 season;
|Zone 1||Nathan Bye||Manor|
|Zone 2||Dillan Zurowski||Regina|
|Zone 3||Carson Fehr||Glentworth|
|Zone 4||Kaitlyn Sauser||Churchbridge|
|Zone 5||Kaitlyn Harrison||Craven|
|Zone 6||Jadyn Kushniruk||Saskatoon|
|Zone 7||Jaryd Nachtegaele||North Battleford|
|Zone 8||Clark Aylward||Carrot River|
|Midget AAA||Kersey Reich||Estevan|
|Female||Tegan Flegg||Carrot River|
|Jr. A/B/C/Sr.||Tyson Meyers||Melfort|
|BF Lorenzetti||Sebastian Eger||Regina|
For more information please contact:
Saskatchewan Hockey Association
Tel (306) 789-5101
The Saskatchewan Provincial Council of the Catholic Women’s League of Canada has establised a Social Justic Award. The award is intended to enable young women to engage in social justice work. Young women between the ages of 18-35 years will be eligible to receive up to one thoughsand dollars in one year upon application and decision of the committee.
Deadline: April 30, 2020
Mail completed application forms to M. Nordick, 242 670 Kenderdine Road, Saskatoon, SK S7N4W5
Date: Saturday, March 21, 2020
Location: Mackenzie Art Gallery (3475 Alberta Street)
Time: 11:00-1:00 and 1:30-3:30
RSVP: Students must reserve their seat by completing the RSVP online at uab.ca/reg101
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.
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.
Eligible applicants must be:
Applicants will be assessed on the following:
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:
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.
Contact Info: firstname.lastname@example.org / 306-260-3560
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:
Moose Jaw, SK
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:
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.
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:
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.
Deadline: May 1 – subject to change