SECPSD - Career Development
Success and Acheivement for Every Student in Every School
Scholarship - All


  • Must self-identify as a female

  • Possess Canadian Citizenship or Permanent Residency Status

  • Be a high school graduate, entering into an accredited Canadian Engineering program

‚ÄčSTEAM Horizon Awards invite Canada‚Äôs youth to promote positive changes throughout their community using science, technology, engineering, arts, and math (STEAM). 

Five Canadian students will be awarded $25,000 each, to attend a Canadian university or college to study in a STEAM field. Two of these awards will be given to Indigenous students. The winners will be invited to Ottawa and recognized at an award ceremony in April 2019.

‚ÄčThe scholarship is open to female Canadian citizens currently enrolled in any year of study at a Canadian secondary school or CEGEP.

Submissions must include the following elements:

  • In a 3 min video, tell us how you contribute to school activities related to student council or leadership.
  • Provide a written document, answering 3 questions.
$80,000 - $100,000

‚ÄčMust be nominated by your high school.  Student must be entering first year in Science, Technology, Engineering, or Math in a partnering University in Canada (U of S qualifies).  Students interested in Medicine or Medical Research are NOT eligible.  Must have two out of the following qualifications:  academic excellence, outstanding leadership, financial need‚Äč

‚ÄčTo successfully apply for the scholarship, applicants must submit a short story or informational text on a topic of their choice in either English or French. The text must consist of 400-800 words and must be targeted towards children from ages 6-13.

‚ÄčApplicants must write an essay, no more than 500 words in length, telling us where you see the future of the energy industry.‚Äč
up to $28000

For graduating secondary level students and those currently studying towards a first university degree or diploma in a Canadian post-secondary institution. Involvement in voluntary humanitarian work.‚Äč‚Äč

‚ÄčApplications are evaluated on community and school involvement, knowledge of Kin Canada, and financial need.  Students must be enrolling in post-secondary education.  Applications must be completed and returned to the closest Kinsmen, Kinette, or Kin Club‚Äč‚Äč
Varies based on need

‚ÄčEnrolled as a full-time student in undergraduate or graduate programs that are a minimum of one academic year at an accredited Canadian university or technical college. See site for application form and application requirements. ‚Äč

‚ÄčVaries; To be considered, admission application must be completed by February 15th
Every candidate must:
  • be a student of First Nations or M√©tis heritage;
  • have graduated from a Saskatchewan university (preference given to students who have attended the First Nations University of Canada);
  • be a Canadian citizen;
  • have an undergraduate degree in any discipline; 
  • have applied for admission or be enrolled in graduate or post-graduate studies  at  an accredited Saskatchewan university for the upcoming year; and
  • have applied for a thesis or project-based program.‚Äč
Every candidate must:
  • ‚Äčbe a Canadian citizen, landed immigrant, or protected person;
  • have an undergraduate degree in any discipline;
  • have applied for admission or be enrolled in graduate or post-graduate studies for the upcoming academic year related to Saskatchewan politics and government (which includes Crown, Legislature, executive and related institutions) at either the University of Saskatchewan or the University of Regina; and
  • have applied for a thesis or project-based program.

‚ÄčStatus and non-status Indians, Inuit or M√©tis pursuing post-secondary education;  be in financial need; two categories of awards - one for students majoring in disciplines related to the financial services industry and one for students majoring in disciplines unrelated to the financial services industry

‚ÄčThe award is open to anyone currently attending a Canadian secondary school.‚Äč  An application, letter of recommendation and a short essay are required for submission.
up to $4000

For high school graduates attending post-secondary in the Fall who are preparing for a career in Agriculture;  Produce a three-minute creative video or write a well-researched 1000-word story that shares their food story.‚Äč‚Äč
12 x $250

‚ÄčOne Grade 12 student per school may be nominated by the school administrator; Based on leadership activities in the school and community and on academic achievement; Each nominee must complete the questionnaire and essay 

2 x $2500, 3 x $1250

‚ÄčMust be a CAA member or dependent of a member; Must be attending Sask Polytechnic, U of R, or U of S; Demonstrates academic excellence, financial need, community involvement.
20 x $500
‚ÄčFor Grade 11 students
A selection committee will consider four student qualities:
  • school and/or community-based leadership; 
  • responsibilities outside of school;
  • financial support needed; and
  • academic performance.‚Äč
6 x $1000

Open to Grade 12 students, who are nominated by their high school and who will be attending a post-secondary institution in the Fall.    Nominees will be reviewed based on leadership, responsibilities outside of school, financial support needed, and academic performance. ‚Äč
16 x $1000

‚ÄčMust be a high school student in western Canada (B.C., Alberta, Sask, Manitoba, NWT, Yukon);  Applicants must write an essay to convey the contributions they have made to enrich the lives of others and their communities through leadership, motivation, volunteering and participation in charitable events or fundraising‚Äč

‚ÄčStudents must be enrolling or be enrolled in a full-time first year undergraduate program in Canada. All applicants will be considered but preference will be given to daughters or sons of ordained clergy, licensed elementary or secondary school teachers, Canadian military personnel, graduates of a Canadian Military College, members of the Engineering Institute of Canada and members of the Mining and Metallurgical Institute of Canada‚Äč

Includes guaranteed awards for which no application is required and others where applications are needed.  Applications can be completed in print format using the posted application form or online through the UR self-serve student portals.

‚ÄčThe Brandon Walli "Phones Down, Eyes Up" Memorial Scholarship is open to students graduating in 2020 who are pursuing a post-secondary education in music and the arts. Geotab is proudly hosting this scholarship in Brandon Walli's name for students who show the same love of music and art that Brandon possessed. Brandon Walli tragically lost his life at the age of 23 while crossing the road in 2016.

Brandon and his father Tom Walli shared a passion for music, and so this scholarship is a continuation of that, hopefully bringing enrichment and joy into the lives of others through music, as it did for them.  

Who should apply:

  • High school students graduating in 2020 who are focusing on Arts, Creative Arts, or Music in their secondary school studies.
  • We are looking for students who also have community and volunteer experience.
$6981 (1-Year Tuition)

‚ÄčThis is a random draw; open to all legal residents of Canada.
There is one grand prize eligible to be won, consisting of a tuition credit equal to the sum of tuition for Fall/Winter 2020 undergraduate studies at York University less One Dollar ($1.00) to be used in the Fall/Winter 2020 academic year only (September 2020 to April 2021);‚Äč
4 x $3000

‚ÄčOpen to students aged 8 ‚Äď 18; Must be nominated; Nominees should lead a positive lifestyle, inspire others, and be dedicated to community and school.‚Äč
10 x $1000

Grade 12 students about to pursue post-secondary education;        

Write a 1200 to 1500-word essay detailing how the union movement has helped to build the social values that Canadians hold dear.
7 x $3000

‚ÄčMust be enrolled in a Saskatchewan degree, diploma, or certificate program (for a minimum of eight months) directly related to telecommunications.  Programs include, but are not limited to Computer Science, Engineering (i.e., electrical, electronic or telecommunications), Accounting, or Business Administration.  Have achieved a minimum of 75% average in their most recent educational standing.‚Äč

‚ÄčThe award winner will submit an article to SLAte on what winning the award has meant to them.‚Äč
Multiple ($500 - $3000)
Every year 4-H Saskatchewan has the opportunity to award some of our outstanding senior members with scholarships to assist with their post-secondary education. Awarding these scholarships is always a very difficult task, as all applicants consistently demonstrate outstanding levels of leadership with the 4-H program and their communities.
3 x $1000, 1 x $2000

‚ÄčApplicants to the CHHA Scholarship Program must be either hard of hearing , deafened or oral deaf with the premise that all applicants use spoken language as their primary means of communication.‚Äč
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