NAV Canada – Explore Aviation Summer Camp (FREE)

​​Are you a teen who has what it takes to leave ordinary behind? If you do, then NAV CANADA’s Explore Aviation Summer Camp is made for you!

With the success of last year’s inaugural camp, NAV CANADA is announcing the second edition of the Explore Aviation Summer Camp for teens. Last summer, 30 students attended the first edition of the camp and it was an experience they described as “awesome” and “one of the best weeks of my life”.

“For me the interesting part is that you get to see the layers of aviation. We would say ‘there’s the pilot, there’s the person in the tower’ but there’s so many people in between and there’s so many career opportunities. I feel that I can go anywhere,” explained camper Monica Muresan who attended the camp last year.

This summer, 24 young women and 24 young men entering Grade 10 high school (or secondary 4 in Quebec) from across Canada will gather in Cornwall, Ontario. Their mission: one week of learning, fun and friendship with a focus on aviation. This all-expenses-paid camp uses hands-on learning to give you the chance to explore exciting careers that will empower you to soar to success after graduation! ​

​Who can apply: ​Teens going into Grade​​ 10 or secondary 4 in September 2019
​Where: ​NAV CENTRE, Cornwall, ON, with day trips to Montreal and Ottawa
​When: ​Young women: July 14-19, 2019
Young men:​ August 11-16, 2019
​Cost: ​No cost to you! It’s paid for by a NAV CANADA bursary, which includes flight, room and board for the week
​Why: ​To inspire you to explore a career in aviation​


Youth Ambassadors Program with Canada

The Youth Ambassadors Program with Canada is a fully-funded, 3-week exchange program to the United States, including stays in upstate New York and Washington, D.C. The goal is for students (age 15-18) to learn leadership skills and then return home and implement a community service project. We also select two adult mentors to help guide the youth throughout the program.

The Youth Ambassadors Program particularly strives to select students who have limited travel experience to the United States, are new Canadians, are from under-represented populations, or are indigenous Canadians.


Contact Information:

  • Jenika Heim
    EducationUSA Advisor to Canada
    Fulbright Canada
    Youth Ambassadors information

U of R Faculty of Science Sneak Peak


Have you ever wondered what it’s like to attend a university class? Are you nervous about meeting potential professors or wondered about visiting a laboratory on campus? This event is for you

The Dean of Science would like to invite you to spend time with faculty members, students, and staff for a preview of your university experience! Meet the Dean, hear from faculty within the various majors, and chat with advisors and current students. Cap the day off with tours of our campus and your housing options and socialzing and student trivia.

To register – complete the form below. 
Having issues? Email for assistance.


Event Details

Saturday, March 9
9:30 AM – Check-in opens
10:00 AM – 3:00 PM – Event programming
*A detailed schedule will be emailed to all registrants leading up to the event!
**Coming from out of town? Consider staying on campus! Please contact University of Regina Housing & Hospitality and Luther College Residences to explore your options.

U of R A.S.K.: Arts student kickoff!

WELCOME TO THE FACULTY OF ARTS! Now what? Experience a day on campus at our event for new Arts students just like yourself. Attend a mock lecture, learn about the different majors offered in Arts, meet current and graduated Arts students, and more! Spend a FREE* night in on-campus housing and explore all that the University of Regina has to offer!

Come and ask us everything you want to know about the Faculty of Arts!



Thursday, March 7

  • 3:00 PM – Main Check-in Opens
  • 3:15 PM – Campus Tour 1 (Optional)
  • 3:30 PM – Campus Tour 2 (Optional)
  • 3:00- 4:15 PM – Student Engagement Expo
  • 4:15 PM – Welcome Session & Departmental Introductions by Faculty
  • 5:00 PM – Mock Lecture
  • 6:00 PM – Supper & Trivia
  • 7:45 PM – Evening Activities

*Evening: Free night in Luther Residence housing! Please complete this waiver.

For students wishing to stay in Kisik Tower, there is a $42.00/evening fee. Please register yourself for residence here. Note that underage students must be accompanied by a parent/guardian/chaperone, or have this waiver signed and submitted.

Friday, March 8

  • 9:00 AM – Breakfast at Luther Cafeteria

A detailed schedule will be emailed to all registrants leading up to the event!

Please contact Enrolment Services with any questions!
Contact information: or 306-585-4591

Saskatchewan School Board Association – Education Scholarships

Scholarship recipients are selected on the basis of demonstrated good character, community leadership, financial need, and a 500-word essay. The application deadline is Aug. 31 each year. To access the application form and view the rubric that is being used to score the scholarships, visit:


Scholarships:  2 x $2500 (degree program and technical/trade program)

The application deadline for students applying for the SSBA Scholarships is Aug. 31. Please send your application form to

It is recommended that you also contact the Association to ensure that your application form was received. You can contact the Association at 1-306-569-0750.


Why do unions still matter? $1500!

Would $1500 come in handy? It could be yours for just telling us WHY Unions STILL Matter!  It’s easy! Get your chance to win by sending us your writing, photos, songs, videos telling us why unions matter!

Website: or

National Union – SGEU Scholarships

Saskatchewan Union:

  • SGEU


  • Brian Fudge Memorial Scholarship
  • Scholarship for Students of Colour
  • Scholarship for Indigenous Students
  • Scholarship for LGBTQ2 Students
  • Tommy Douglas Scholarship
  • Terry Fox Memorial


  • Child/Grandchild of a member.
  • Saskatchewan Government and General Emplyees’ Union
  • Various criteria and factors to look at for each of the scholarships above


Information and Application Forms:

Deadline Date:  July 4, 2019

Sasktel Scholarship Reminder!

Every year, SaskTel awards 7 scholarships of $3,000 to students attending post-secondary institutions in Saskatchewan who are studying in a field directly related to information and communications technology.


  • Be a Saskatchewan resident (defined by eligibility for Saskatchewan Health Services).
  • Be enrolled in full time studies in the fall of 2019 at a post-secondary educational institution in Saskatchewan.
  • Be enrolled in a degree, diploma, or certificate program directly related to telecommunications. Programs include, but are not limited to, the following: Computer Science, Engineering (i.e. electrical, electronic or telecommunications), Accounting and Business Administration.
  • Have achieved a minimum 75 per cent grade average in their most recent educational standing.

SaskTel specifically encourages Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, and women interested in non-traditional careers to apply.

Please note that scholarship applications are not retained past the award year.

The deadline for scholarship applications is March 31, 2019.

The Leonard Foundation Financial Assistance Program

Students must enroll in a full-time undergraduate program and participate regularly in athletic or military activities.  Personal qualities showing a potential for leadership are also a requirement.

All applicants will be considered but preference will be given to daughters or sons of ordained clergy, elementary or secondary school teachers, and Canadian military personnel.


Value:  40 x $1000

Deadline: March 15



  • The application form is to be submitted through a Nominator. A list of Nominators can be found on this web site. Select one nearest you and contact them for an appointment/interview. This must be done before March 15. The earlier the better, but not before January 2.

1510 Ewart Ave
Saskatoon, SK S7H 2K8
Tel: (306) 244-3690

Friendly City Optimist Club “Friend of Youth ” Scholarship


  1. Two scholarships of $500 dollars each to be awarded to two (2) applicants continuing on to any post-secondary educational institute.
  2. Require applicants to have involvement in community , school, youth and/or other volunteer activities as well as some leadership qualities.
  3. Grade 12 from one of the Moose Jaw high schools. Minimum average of 75%.
  4. Deadline date is May 20 of each year.
  5. Transcript from the school.


  1. Application Form
  2. Letter of acceptance
  3. Two letters of reference (read the application)
  4. School transcript

Please see Ms. Lapointe for more information and/or pick up an application form outside of her room.