Welcome! In order to help you plan and organize your scholarship application process we have organized information into three main sections - additional application materials and resources have been uploaded below these sections:
1. Local Interest Scholarships - These pages are organized according to the date recurring scholarship applications are typically due - these dates may change year to year, so be sure that you check back the link to the scholarship website often for updated deadlines/application materials. We have prioritized scholarships available locally or of local interest, but we have also included some nationally available scholarships.
As we become aware of new scholarships that have become available, we will add them to these pages and you should receive an email from Mrs. Borschneck. If you are not receiving these, please contact her: firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. Additional Scholarship Databases/Resources - This section provides a list of databases that might help you locate scholarships tailored to your future plans. If you are interested in looking into further specialized scholarship and grant opportunities, you may want to use these links to help you find scholarships meant specifically for your program and/or interests.
3. Application Development Materials - Once you have a sense of the scholarships available and what your interests are, you may want to make use of these materials to help you organize and prepare your applications. These materials will provide support creating a scholarship
Each month listed below is linked to a page that includes descriptions and links to the scholarships listed beside them. Please keep in mind that these scholarships have been organized by TYPICAL deadline - these deadlines may change year to year, so be sure you have checked the current year's due date and application requirements for scholarships that interest you.
October: Jim Pattison Broadcast Group Prairie Equity Scholarship; Loran Scholars Foundation; Horatio Algers Association; University of Toronto National Book Award
November: John Evans Champion Awards; TD Scholarships for Community Leaders
December: Dalton Camp Award; Burger King Award; Manulife Scholarship; Neechie Gear Bursary; Potash Corp. Aboriginal Youth Financial Management Awards; SARM; University of Saskatchewan Best and Brightest; Government of Canada History Award
January: Schulich Leadership Scholarship; John Evans Engineering Entrance Award; Verna J. Kirkness Science and Engineering Entrance Program
February: Future Aces Foundation; Building Brighter Futures - Indspire Scholarship; RBC Students Leading Change Scholarships; RBC Aboriginal Student Awards Program; Stacey Levitt Memorial Award; Hal Rogers Endowment Fund; Terry Fox Humanitarian Award; University of Saskatchewan - Competitive Entrance Awards; SK Polytechnic Scholarships
March: Agriculture Student Scholarship; Canadian Association of Principals Student Leadership Award; CAA Saskatchewan Entrance Scholarship; Craig Hartl Memorial Scholarship (Goalie); Girl Guides Canada; Innovation Credit Union; Leonard Foundation; Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall Scholarships (Grade 11 students); Queen's Diamond Jubilee Scholarship; Remax Quest for Excellence Bursary; SaskTel Scholarships; Saskatchewan Agriculture Student Scholarship; Saskatchewan Oddfellows and Rebekah Bursary; Saskatchewan Power and Energy Bursaries; Saskatchewan Youth Apprenticeship; Union of National Employees Bursaries; University of Regina Entrance Awards
April: Access Communications Centennial Scholarship; Canadian Scholarship Trust Plan; Canadian Agri-Business Education Foundation; Commercial Seed Analysts Association of Canada; Conexus Community Leadership Award; CUPE 4747 Scholarship; G3 Go Beyond Scholarship; IDAS Scholarship; MacRae Memorial Scholarship; Our Lady of the Prairies Scholarship
May: Bayer Fund Opportunity Scholarship; CWB Welding; Gabriel Dumont Foundation Scholarships; Innovation Credit Union; Les Donnelly Scholarship; Living Sky School Division Board of Education Scholarship; Loblaw Scholarship Fund; Orville Erickson Memorial Scholarship; SK Association of Student Council Advisors; Saskatchewan Career Work Education Association Award; Saskatchewan Curling Association; SK Drama Association Scholarship; Saskatchewan Institute of Agrologists; Saskatchewan Pulse Growers; Spirit of Sandra Schmirler Scholarship; TransCanada Community Scholarships
June - Sept: Canadian Federation of Independent Grocers National Scholarship; Gerry McCudden Memorial Scholarship; Jack Moore Royal Canadian Legion Scholarship; Learning Disabilities Association of Saskatchewan Scholarship; MC College Scholarship; National Union Scholarships; Saskatchewan Hockey Association; Saskatchewan School Boards Association Scholarships; Tri-West Teachers Association; Tyler Bieber Memorial Scholarship
Scholar Tree - A free resource available to Canadian students to help you find and apply for scholarships.
Scholarships Canada - Search over 23, 000 scholarships, including over 900 provided by USask.Yconic - This site's scholarship matching service requires an account, or you can browse through numerous scholarship offerings.Universities Canada - Check out employer-sponsored scholarships and scholarships for the public and international students.Government of Canada: ScholarshipsDisabilityAwards.ca - Financial aid portal that contains over 300 scholarships, awards and bursaries specifically for post-secondary students with disabilities.
Government of Saskatchewan - Find programs, financial assistance and job opportunities.Sask. Advantage Scholarship - The Government of Saskatchewan has launched the Saskatchewan Advantage Scholarship for new high school graduates looking to transition to post-secondary studies.SaskTel Scholarships for Post-secondary Students - SaskTel offers a number of scholarships to individuals entering or continuing their post-secondary education.SGI Scholarships and Awards - SGI has several scholarship programs in place that assist students who are studying in a field related to SGI’s business.SGEU Scholarships and Bursaries - A scholarship directory published by the Saskatchewan Government and General Employees' Union (SGEU).Gabriel Dumont Institute - Scholarships and bursaries for Saskatchewan Métis students.
Additional Canadian Scholarships - This is a pdf linking to lots of additional scholarships, some specific to Saskatchewan. They are organized by deadline.
You can also look at these additional resources posted by other Living Sky School Division Career Guidance staff:
A couple of pointers about preparing to apply for scholarships. It's a really good idea to have a variety of reference letters on hand so that you can attach the one that suits the scholarship the best. Here are some possible references that you could have on file: