The Grand Lodge of Saskatchewan, as well as many Lodges, sponsor a number of awards, scholarships, and bursaries. Information, including closing dates for applications, along with downloadable application forms are listed below.
Please note that there are Entrance Scholarships/Bursaries and Post-Secondary Scholarships/Bursaries available. Some scholarships/bursaries require a personal connection to Freemasonry or to the Eastern Star. Many scholarships/bursaries are open to Saskatchewan students without a Masonic connection.
You are encouraged to apply for all scholarships/bursaries for which you are qualified. If you apply for more than one scholarship/bursary you are not required to send additional copies of the same required documents. You will not be considered for any scholarship/bursary for which you have not completed the required application form.
Grade 11 Early
Entrance Awards If you are in grade
11, have at least a 70 per cent grade average (based on marks from 20-level
Canadian Studies, English, Math and Science classes) and apply to any full-time
student loan-eligible program before June 30, you are eligible for an Early
Entrance Award of $1,000 (some exceptions may apply). We must have received
your application form and your application fee by June 30th, a copy of your
grade 11 transcript is due by September 15, 2018. And yes, you are eligible for
additional scholarship funds when you complete your Grade 12 and begin your
studies at Great Plains College. Entrance Awards
(Grade 12’s and graduates) Please note the
entrance scholarship deadline for September entry has been extended to June 30,
scholarships ranging from $500 to $5,000 are available to full-time
student-loan eligible students who apply and are accepted in:
Business (certificate and Human Resources or Management
In order to be eligible for an entrance scholarship your application must be
received by June 30, 2018, for September 2018 program start dates. We must have
received your application form, your application fee and a copy of your most
recent transcript by this date.
The University of Calgary will host newly-admitted students and their parents/guardians for You at UCalgary on Saturday, April 28. If you receive an admission
offer between now and April 18, you can register HERE.
Encounters With Canada is a unique opportunity for Canadian teens to meet other young people from across the country. Spend an adventure-filled week in your nation’s capital! Check out future career options, discover your country, share your hopes and dreams. For 36 years, EWC has delivered a rich and varied, bilingual program. To date, more than 110,000 youth have lived the EWC experience… now it’s your turn! Find out more by clicking HERE.
Great Plains College offers the Saskatchewan Polytechnic
Electrician program at our campuses in Biggar and Swift Current.
This is a four month applied certificate
program. Tuition for this program at Great Plains College is approximately
$2,674; this is a fraction of the cost of tuition for the same program in
larger centers. To read more about the electrician program visit www.greatplainscollege.ca/electrician
Scholarships for this program are available for students who apply before April
30th. Scholarships are grades based – starting at 70% average – and range
from $500-$5000. To read more about this scholarship program www.greatplainscollege.ca/scholarships
*these scholarships are valid for a number of other programs as well.
Last year, Access Communications successfully launched our refreshed
Scholarship Program, which grants scholarships of $1,000 to 20 Saskatchewan
high school graduates each and every year. Not only do recipients have strong
marks, they show a genuine passion for building their communities. We see every
scholarship as an investment in the future of Saskatchewan. Mark our words:
These are leaders to watch!
Use the Indigenous Bursaries Search Tool to search more than 750 bursaries, scholarships and incentives across Canada, offered by governments, universities and colleges, private and public companies, individual Canadians, organizations and others aimed at Indigenous students.
DELTA CO-OP HAS A BRAND NEW SCHOLARSHIP!
We are taking our old application form & essay scholarship structure and breathing new life into it! Our new scholarship event will see students compete in teams of TWO (2) in a photo/video scavenger hunt that will take place over the course of ONE (1) week. Students from the ENTIRE Delta Co-op trading area (Macklin, Unity, Luseland, Wilkie, etc.) will all compete against each other for the GRAND PRIZE!
WHEN: Friday, May 25 - Friday, June 1st, 2018. Tasks can be completed during students’ personal time OR during school hours where appropriate AND ONLY with teacher/school approval if during class time.
PRIZES: •GRAND PRIZE for the first place team is $2000 ($1000 to each team member). •SECOND PLACE will receive $800 ($400 to each team member) * Supplementary prizes may also be awarded over the course of the event at the discretion of the
Dear Teachers, Students, Guidance Counsellors, Parents/Guardians and the Delta Co-op Membership,
March 12, 2018
Delta Co-op Scholarship event staff.
Prize money will be awarded at the winning students’ grad or awards day ceremonies in June
Each year, the Saskatchewan
School Boards Association awards two $2,500 scholarships to graduating
Saskatchewan high school students going into post-secondary study:
Program Scholarship: $2,500
Program Scholarship: $2,500
Scholarship recipients are selected on the basis of
demonstrated good character, community leadership, financial need, and a
500-word essay. To access the
application form and view the rubric that is being used to score the
Saskatchewan Pulse Growers (SPG) has a scholarship program
for undergraduate students. Each spring SPG awards five undergraduate
scholarships to first-year students enrolled in the fall in a
Saskatchewan-based post-secondary agriculture program. To be eligible for one
of these scholarships the student or the student’s parent(s) must be an active
pulse producer in Saskatchewan (i.e. he/she has sold a Saskatchewan-grown pulse
crop in the last two crop years).
The 2018 undergraduate scholarship program is now accepting
applications. For details on eligibility and selection criteria, as well as how
to apply, please click on the documents below.