Dr. Isabelle Mills Bursary

Awarded annually to students with mobility disabilities who are pursuing studies in any direct-entry undergrad degree program in any college at the University of Saskatchewan and who have graduated from a Saskatchewan high school. Deadline to apply is October 1. https://students.usask.ca/money/awards/undergraduate-awards.php?award=300467CB01

2020 LA Charities Scholarship Recipient – Selali Tettevi

I am honored and excited to be a recipient of the 2020 LA Charities Post-Secondary Education Scholarship and I would like to express my sincere gratitude to you and the Scholarship Committee for your support of students who need it most. This award will help me focus on earning credentials in Leadership and Innovation, opening…

2020 LA Charities Scholarship Recipient – Patrick Bitaruke

Thank you to the LA Charities Scholarship Selection Committee for awarding me with this scholarship. I am so passionate about entering into the Office Administration program. Taking this program will open doors for me by getting a job that I can be successful at. I am ravenous to succeed with a full time job so…

Microsoft Disability Scholarship

Microsoft is delivering on their mission to empower and enable people with disabilities. To find out more about the scholarship opportunity and how to apply check out the following link. https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/diversity/programs/microsoftdisabilityscholarship.aspx This scholarship is not associated with Spinal Cord Injury Saskatchewan but is shared for information purposes. SCI Saskatchewan has client service coordinators across the…

2019 LA Charities Scholarship Recipient- Shaylee Rosnes

Shaylee Rosnes

Saskatoon resident Nigel Fernandez, one of two recipients of the 2019 LA Charities Scholarship. In this article Nigel shares his story and the impact the scholarship and support from Spinal Cord Injury Saskatchewan has had on his post secondary education and future plans and goals.

2019 LA Charities Scholarship Recipient- Nigel Fernandez

Saskatoon resident Nigel Fernandez, one of two recipients of the 2019 LA Charities Scholarship. In this article Nigel shares his story and the impact the scholarship and support from Spinal Cord Injury Saskatchewan has had on his post secondary education and future plans and goals.