High School Scholarships

The $1,000 scholarships are available to students who are from a farm that is a member of the Manitoba Canola Growers Association and are planning to attend post secondary education in any field within two years of graduating.

Students will submit their applications, which will be judged by an independent panel, based on academic standing, their personal canola connection, references, essay submission and school and community involvement. The top five applicants will be selected and each winner will be presented with the scholarship at their graduation ceremony.

2020 online application form coming soon


2019 High School Scholarship Winners

Manitoba Canola Growers are proud to announce the 2019 high school scholarship winners.   Five $1000 scholarships have been awarded to the following deserving students from across Manitoba:

Benson Pizzey

Russell, MB

He is enrolled at in the Agricultural Equipment Technician course at Saskatchewan Polytechnic.

 

 

Shavaughn Jochum

St Francois Xavier, MB

She is enrolled at the University of Manitoba in the Faculty of Agriculture and Food Science.

 

 

Tayah Vanstone

Miami, MB

She is enrolled at the University of Manitoba in the Faculty of Arts.

 

 

Cassie Henderson

Reston, MB

She is enrolled at University of Saskatchewan in the Faculty of Agriculture and Bioresources.

 

 

Abby Vanstone

Portage la Prairie, MB

She is enrolled at University of Manitoba.

 

 

Congratulations to this year’s winners!  We wish you the best of luck as you pursue your chosen careers.

 

Congratulations to all of our past winners!

2019 Scholarship Winners

2018 Scholarship Winners

2017 Scholarship Winners

2016 Scholarship Winners

2015 Scholarship Winners

2014 Scholarship Winners

 

 

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