NOT AVAILABLE FOR 2017-2018, HOWEVER LOOK BACK IN THE FALL OF 2017
The Scholarship Funding
The scholarships are funded by Blyth Academy and the Cambridge Commonwealth Trust. Sam Blyth was educated at Pembroke College, Cambridge and The University of Paris and is Chair of Blyth Education in Toronto. The company is the leading provider in Canada of international high school programs.
The Cambridge Commonwealth, European and International Trust (the “Trust”) was created on August 1, 2013. The Trust was formed from the merger of the Cambridge Commonwealth Trust and the Cambridge Overseas Trust. These were both established as charities by the University of Cambridge in the 1980s in order to provide financial support to international students on degree courses at Cambridge.
About the Scholarships
The Blyth Cambridge Trust Scholarships are offered annually to Canadian high school graduates who wish to take their undergraduate degree at Cambridge University in England. The successful candidates will be granted admission to the College of their choice at Cambridge University, full tuition for three years of undergraduate study, travel costs and a full living allowance.
The scholarships are awarded to students who for financial reasons would not otherwise be able to attend the University. Students who do have financial means are still encouraged to apply to the University and College of their choice and good candidates will be invited to interview in Toronto in late November/early December.
Do you want to prepare yourself for a career in welding? This 20 week enhanced program is based on Level 1 Apprenticeship Training. Once you become an apprentice, graduates of the program can apply to the SK Apprenticeship and Trade Commission for credit for Level 1 Welding training.
If you are a student living with a disability, about to begin your post-secondary studies at Saskatchewan Polytechnic, the Easy Start Transition Workshop will provide a head start towards your success. Wondering what to expect as a student living with a disability in a new learning environment?
The workshop provides information on:
Exam booking process
Other supports and resources
Tips to prepare for post-secondary studies
Discussion with experienced students eager to provide you with tips to make school life easier
It will give new students a chance to experience the University of Regina campus before the fall semester starts, and will give them an opportunity to develop their academic skills before taking on a full-load of classes. The program incorporates academics, university preparation, and social activities to prepare students to be successful at the University of Regina.
Students between the ages of 13 -16 will have hands-on experiences and learn about the various roles and responsibilities of Veterinary Medical Receptionists, Veterinary Technical Assistants, Animal Health Technologists, and Veterinarians. Students will also learn about basic animal first aid, assessments, animal behaviour and safety.
Students can get an early start on their university courses by taking the University of Saskatchewan‘s Computer Science Early Start Program from June 29 to August 18. Students will take one full course over 3 weeks in the summer, providing them with a full science credit. This program is open to students in Grade 11 and 12. The deadline to apply is June 1.
Student Loans provide great assistance to students when it comes to paying for their post-secondary education. The online student loan application for the 2017-2018 school year will be available in June. There are many scholarships available through student loans as well.
This program 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 35 years, EWC has delivered a rich and varied, bilingual program. To date, more than 106,000 youth have lived the EWC experience… now it’s your turn!
Some of the unique themed weeks you can sign up for are: Arts and Culture, Canada Remembers, Communication & Social Media, Demoncray & Youth, Experience Canada, First Responders, Global Affairs, Law & Our Justice System, Medicine & Health, Science and Ecology, Science & Technology, Sports and Fitness, Tech & Food, Vimy: Canada’s Coming of Age
If yes, then you want to attend Friday March 31 presentation at 10:45 in room the library. Western College of Massage Therapy will be at Vanier to share information about the occupation, school, requirements and the benefits of this career choice. This event is open to all grade 9-12 students.
Please sign up in the office if you would like to attend.
Ever notice how many stereotypes there are about young people?
At the Youth Action Summit, we take young people seriously. We know how many of them care about what’s going on in the world and are willing to work hard to make it a better place for themselves and others. Your opinions and ideas are important!
You are invited to attend the 4th annual Youth Action Summit on April 29 in Regina.
What to expect:
YAS is an event for young people 15 – 35 years of age.
Workshops designed specifically for them about identifying challenges, finding solutions, and building leadership skills.
Keynote address about reconciliation in the context of Canada’s 150th anniversary as a country.
90 minute workshop by Canadian Roots Exchange
To register as an individual, visit: bit.ly/YAS2017, or contact Kent Peterson at firstname.lastname@example.org