STEAM Horizon Awards invite Canada’s 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.
Applications 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
|$80,000 - $100,000|
Must 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
|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.
Varies; To be considered, admission application must
be completed by February 15th
|$2,000 - $2,500|
High school students, who are applying into a
welding program, or individuals enrolled in their first level of an
apprenticeship program or pre-employment welding program. Passion for welding and financial need will
be taken into consideration
|$20000|Every candidate must:
be a student of First Nations or Métis 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.
|$20000|Every candidate must:
- be 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.
Status and non-status Indians, Inuit or Métis
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
|up to $4000|
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.
|3 x $2500|
Must 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.
The award is open to anyone
currently attending a Canadian
secondary school. An application, letter of recommendation and a short essay are required for submission.
must submit a short essay on living life to the fullest, helping others,
etc. Letter of recommendation is
|16 x $1000|
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
|20 x $500|
For 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
|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
Students 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
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.
|30 x $500|
A Grade 12 student, who demonstrates a cooperative
spirit, community involvement, and leadership.
Must be graduating from a Saskatchewan high school. Parent or student is a member of Conexus
|4 x $3000|
Open to students aged 8 – 18; Must be nominated; Nominees should lead a positive lifestyle, inspire others, and be dedicated to community and school.
|22 x $1000 - $5000|
Applicants must write a 500-700 word essay on
selected topics, provide a reference letter, be pursuing a retail, business or
marketing-related post-secondary education program, and currently working
part-time or full-time within the retail industry.
|7 x $3000|
Must 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.
Letter outlining financial need and career goals; Letter from ESL instructor or counsellor and 2 other references; Must be an immigrant or refugee and enrolled into post-secondary education; Complete and submit the application form
|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.
Three scholarships valued at $3,000 each are available to current or past 4-H members studying at any level of post-secondary at any post-secondary institution. This includes: students entering or continuing their studies in a degree, diploma, or certificate, or graduate studies program.
Applicants must submit their application form and reference letters accompanied by an essay (maximum 500 words) on the topic "How and why are business and entrepreneurial skills needed in your field of study."
Applicants must have been registered Saskatchewan 4-H members for at least three (3) years and have been a registered Saskatchewan 4-H member within the last two (2) years.
Include a maximum 500 word essay on your merit for this award based on your community involvement, leadership, extra-curricular participation, and how you contribute to the success of your family farm.
Include a resume of your academic, extra-curricular, volunteer and work experience
University of Saskatchewan entrance Scholarship for students entering the College of Agriculture in a degree or diploma course.
Applicants shall have a solid academic record, but need not necessarily be the top student. Students should be well rounded through involvement in school and/or community activities. Where candidates are ascertained equally, preference will be given to applicants who are, or have been 4-H members.
One scholarship valued at $2,500 is available to a current 4-H member entering an agriculture-related degree, certificate or trade-based program.
This $1,000 scholarship has been established by The Western Producer. It is available to 4-H members entering a diploma or degree program related to agriculture, agribusiness or the rural economy of Saskatchewan. Applicants must have been registered Saskatchewan 4-H members for at least three years and have been a registered Saskatchewan 4-H member within the last two years. Applicants must be finishing Grade 12 and must be a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident.
|50 x $1000; 25 x $5000; 75 x $1000 |
Enrolled in post-secondary institution for the
upcoming school year; permanent resident of Canada; Located in a community near
TransCanada’s projects; Would benefit from supplementary education funding
|3 x $1000; 4 x $750|
Awarded based on academic excellence and good citizenship. Parent or student is a member of Weyburn Credit Union.
|20 x $1000|
Applicants must have demonstrated record of volunteerism in the community in non-school sponsored activities; participation in extracurricular school activities; demonstrated leadership skills; academic achievement and have the endorsement of their school guidance counsellor or principal.
|59 prizes from $50 - $10,000|
Essay from grade 11 or grade 12 student on the
selected topics related to The Fountainhead.
The Paddy O’Rourke
Poetry Scholarship is intended for any Saskatchewan student in Grade Twelve, or
who has graduated from Grade Twelve in the past 24 months. The amount for 2019
is $1,000, to be awarded in June through the Saskatchewan Writers Guild.
Open to Metis residents of Saskatchewan, who are entering a post-secondary education program. Applicants must apply online and transcript is required.
Evaluation based on academic performance, video submission and school and community citizenship.
|$1000 - $2500|
undertaking training for a career as a professional artist in any fine arts
discipline. A letter of support and
samples of work are required.
|8 x $2000|
For self-declared Métis students planning to study
in a field directly related to telecommunications. Programs include engineering,
business and computer science. Must
demonstrate financial need and submit a statement about leadership skills and
|4 x $1000|
Evaluation based on academic standing, school involvement, and community involvement. One scholarship for university entry (must be a graduate of SECPSD), one for technical training entry (must be a graduate of SECPSD), one for general entry (must be a graduate of SECPSD and a child of a South East Cornerstone teacher) and one internship scholarship (graduted from or interned within SECPSD).
|5 x $5000|
Going on to attend a Saskatchewan-based post-secondary program
full-time this fall, in a program associated with the agriculture industry. 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).
|Two high school bursaries and 9 post-secondary scholarships annually valued at $400.00 to $1,000.00|
Open to deserving golfers based on marks, membership and play.
|6 x $5000|
Restricted to agriculture programs of studies as accepted by Bayer CropScience; Applicants must be entering the first year or currently enrolled full-time in an eligible agricultural bachelor degree program; Only 6 eligible institutions
- Presently a Grade 12 high school student, graduating in June 2018.
- Have plans to enroll as a first year full-time student in the fall of 2018 in a Saskatchewan-based, post-secondary program related to agrology, which meets the eligibility requirements to apply for registration with the Institute after graduation. (preference given to those registering at the University of Saskatchewan, College of Agriculture and Bioresources)
|$500 - $4000 |
Open to students entering a field related to
conservation; Three letters of reference are required (2 from teachers)
|2 x $1500, 2 x $1000|
a) Nominated by an agricultural society and going
into their first year of school
b) Community involvement, academic performance,
future plans and reference letters
c) Enrollment into post-secondary education
school in Saskatchewan
|2 x $700|
Must be actively involved in school's
Physical Education, intramural, and extracurricular program; have an average
of at least 70%; exhibit
strong leadership and sportsmanship qualities as well as being a positive role model in his/her
school and/or community; and be enrolled
in first year studies in College
of Education with a major
or minor in Physical Education (U of S)/ College of Kinesiology (U of S)/ Faculty of Education with
a major or minor in Physical
Education (U of R)/ Faculty
of Physical Activity Studies (U of R)/ Saskatchewan Polytechnic in a leisure or recreation program.
Bayer Fund Opportunity Scholarship Program is available to Canadian high school students who are enrolled in their final year of high school as of
May 31 and eligible to graduate from high school. Those eligible for a scholarship must be planning to enroll at a Canadian post‑secondary
institution (degree or diploma) in a first-year agriculture, food science or culinary program.
|4 x $1,500|
Open to Grade 12 students attending school within South East Cornerstone Public School Division #209. Plans to enroll in a post-secondary program related to the oilfield sector (geology, engineering, environmental, production accounting, trades, etc). Submission of a one page essay is required, which includes the following information:
- Name and contact information
- Where you are currently attending school
- Where you have been accepted to pursue post-secondary education
- What your anticipated field of study will be
- What your future plans are within the oilfield industry once post-secondary education is complete
- Why you believe you should be the recipient of the bursary.
For further information,
contact Tim Lequyer or Leta Brisbois at (306) 842-0152
This scholarship requires applicants to write an essay about a situation you have been involved in or someone you know in where better safety procedures would have prevented an injury. Academic performance is taken into consideration.
|Up to $2000|
The recipient of the scholarship must be a Saskatchewan resident who is taking
a college or university level program and has contributed to the health
and safety of their community . Other criteria include
financial need, extracurricular activities, and academic marks. Applicants must submit
responses to selected
questions along with