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Stepping Stones Career Fair Bursary Deadline: June 15th of each year
 

Summary: Stepping Stones Career Fair Bursary
Deadline: June 15th of each year
(PLEASE NOTE: Two scholarships are presented to an students entering post-secondary institution in the
Sciences/ Math Field and one to a Humanities Field and one to entering the Trades Field
Science/ Math Interest Human Relations/ Arts Interest Trades- Interest
Applicant must self declare one of the following:
Please check the appropriate box: Non-Status Status­Treaty Métis Inuit
This scholarship valued at $500.00 is awarded to an Aboriginal Student that has lived in Saskatchewan for 12 consecutive months preceding
the date of this application. You must be pursuing post-secondary studies in one of the following: Science/ Math: Engineering, Science
(Biology, Chemistry, Physics or Mathematics or Pre- Health profession). Human Services/ Arts: Arts ( Psychology, Health Studies, Indian
Studies, Justice Studies as well as Social Work or Education. Trades Student: Carpentry, Welding, Electrical, Hairdressing etc. Students
must have a minimum Grade Point Average of 70% in the most recent year of study. You must describe personal goals, demonstrate
academic ability, leadership skills, and community involvement.
INSTRUCTIONS
Complete all sections of this application form.
Enclose an original or school-certified Saskatchewan Ministry of Education transcript of Secondary Level Achievement or a school
transcript. The school-certified Saskatchewan Learning Record of Standing must have the school seal or stamp or the principal's or
guidance counsellor's signature. The school transcript must have course codes for all grade 11 and 12 courses.
For more information or submit completed applications to either offices/ contacts listed below :
Sandra Third , Co-chair, Stepping Stones Organizing Committee

  

Source: Argerami, Martin - Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Regina

 

Collections: Mathematics