The Poundmaker Memorial Scholarship, in the amount of $750.00, is awarded annually to a status Indian student born in Saskatchewan. To be considered for the Scholarship a student must have completed two years of a direct entry
teacher education program or now be in his/her third or fourth year of a four year program at the University of Saskatchewan, the University of Regina or the First Nations University of Canada.
The Poundmaker Memorial Scholarship was established through the generosity of Mrs. Eileen Bell of White Rock, British Columbia. Mrs. Bell taught in Saskatchewan for many years. Her husband practiced law in the Cut Knife and North Battleford areas of Saskatchewan.
In awarding the Scholarship, the Scholarship Committee will consider a student's academic performance, and a student's contributions and aspirations to the Indian community (see Guidelines).
Students interested in the Scholarship should apply in writing to the Scholarship Committee, Native Law Centre, University of Saskatchewan, 160 Law Building, 15 Campus Drive, Saskatoon SK S7N 5A6 by July 31.
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