Money for School — Up to $300,000 in Scholarships Coming to SK Colleges Thanks to Viterra Contribution

Students at regional colleges across Saskatchewan will receive up to $300,000 in scholarships over the next three years thanks to a major contribution from Viterra.

The grain company announced today that it’s contributing $150,000 to a new scholarship fund. Through the Saskatchewan Innovation and Opportunity Scholarship Program, colleges will be able to access up to $150,000 in matching funding.

“This is an investment in the youth of our province, and one that is an ideal fit for our company given our strong presence across rural Saskatchewan. As we move forward, we will look to expand our commitment to education through other institutions across Western Canada,” said Kyle Jeworski, Viterra’s President and CEO for North America.

Colleges in 27 communities will be eligible to receive scholarship funding, including the following:

Carlton Trail College(Humboldt, Southey, Watrous, Wynyard)
Cumberland College(Hudson Bay, Melfort, Nipawin, Tisdale)
Great Plains College(Kindersley, Swift Current, Warman)
Northlands College(Buffalo Narrows, Creighton, LaRonge)
North West Regional College(Battlefords, Meadow Lake)
Parkland College(Canora, Esterhazy, Fort Qu’Appelle, Melville, Yorkton)
Southeast Regional College(Assiniboia, Estevan, Indian Head, Moosomin, Weyburn, Whitewood)

Click here for more information on the Saskatchewan Innovation and Opportunity Program.



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