Great Plains College – Grade 11 Early Entrance Awards


The Great Plains College one-of-a-kind scholarship program is back for 2015–16.

Every full-time student in a student loan-eligible program, who applies before April 30, 2015, will receive a scholarship of $500 from Great Plains College.

This is in addition to the $500 Saskatchewan Advantage scholarships provided by the provincial government.

Further grades-based scholarships up to a maximum total of $5,000 will be available to students in the the following programs:

How can this be even more awesome?  You are automatically considered for scholarships when you apply to the college.

Source and Direct Link:  Great Plains – Scholarships


  • April 30, 2015 ($5000 Entrance Scholarships)
  • June 30, 2015 (Early Entrance Award – Grade 11)

Aboriginal Arts and Stories

Celebrate Creativity, Heritage and Legacy!

Aboriginal Arts and Stories invites self-identified First Nations, Metis and Inuit youth (ages 11 to 29) to submit a piece of creative writing or visual art for a chance to have their work published or exhibited and win up to $2000.

For more information go to  the following link.


Youth Summer Programs – University of Toronto

Faculty of Law and Faculty of Medicine Youth Programs

Law Modules:  criminal law, law and politics, international law, entertainment and media law, trial advocacy, and corporate law
Medicine Modules:  human physiology, pharmacology and toxicology, research in the medical sciences, molecular biology and genetics, and microbiology


Skills Canada

Skills Canada – Saskatchewan
Date:  April 16-17 in Moose Jaw

Skills Canada – National 
Date:  May 27-30 in Saskatoon

Information:  Skills Canada is a great opportunity for students to demonstrate their skills and have fun.  Students can also learn about the skilled trades and technology careers through hands-on activities an demonstrations.

Events:  There are many events including Computer Animation, Autobody Repair, Carpentry, Cooking, Electrical Wiring, Job Skill Demonstration, Job Interview, Machining, Prepared Speech, Website Development, Welding, and Worksite Safety.  Schools are encouraged to bring students to this event to tour the competition site and to experience “Try a Trade”.  Interested students should contact Skills Canada the provincial office.