SaskTel Scholarships

Applications are now closed. Only successful recipients will be notified. 2023 applications will open mid-December 2022.

Every year, SaskTel awards 7 scholarships of $3,000 to students attending post-secondary institutions in Saskatchewan who are studying in a field directly related to information and communications technology.

Eligibility

  • Be a Saskatchewan resident (defined by eligibility for Saskatchewan Health Services).
  • Be enrolled in full time studies in the fall of 2022 at a post-secondary educational institution in Saskatchewan.
  • Be enrolled in a degree, diploma, or certificate program directly related to telecommunications. Programs include, but are not limited to, the following: Computer Science, Engineering (i.e. electrical, electronic or telecommunications), Accounting and Business Administration.
  • Have achieved a minimum 75 per cent grade average in their most recent educational standing.

SaskTel specifically encourages Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, and women interested in non-traditional careers to apply.

Please note that scholarship applications are not retained past the award year.

* Applicants who are unable, because of a disability, to register in the minimum credit hours stated in the scholarship’s terms of reference, may still be considered if their maximum course load is specified and documented by a post-secondary institution's professional who is qualified to assess their disability. Applicants must have been registered with, and their documentation must have been provided to and verified by, the post-secondary institution's Disability Resource Office at the start of each semester during which the student may be considered for the scholarship.

Latest Recipients

Alexandria Boss

Year Received: 2021
Home Town/City: Swift Current
Area of Study: Business
Great Plains College

Future Aspirations: My future aspiration after Great Plains College is to complete a Commerce degree in Accounting and Marketing at the University of Saskatchewan Edwards School of Business. I have a passion for the Arts. One day, I hope to be able to combine my skills as an artist with my strengths that I develop as a business woman and potential entrepreneur.

Thoughts: I am extremely honoured to have been selected as a 2021 SaskTel scholarship recipient. I realize that there are many deserving candidates and I am very grateful to have been chosen. It is my intention to complete my studies to the best of my abilities, be successful, and continue to give back to my community.

Colton Skopliak

Year Received: 2021
Home Town/City: Hudson Bay
Area of Study: Engineering
St. Peter's College

Future Aspirations: My future goal is to finish my engineering degree at the University of Saskatchewan. During my years in school, I plan on taking part in the internship programs offered so I can gain experience in the field. Eventually in my career, I aspire to work for a space company as that has always been a big interest of mine. Lastly, I hope to give back to my community and inspire people to enter STEM programs.

Thoughts: I am extremely excited and grateful to have been awarded this scholarship. This money has helped me feel less stressed with tuition and living expenses for this upcoming year. With that, I will be able to focus more on my studies and try to be the best student I can possibly be. Ultimately, I am beyond thankful to have been a recipient of this scholarship.

Hunter Berg

Year Received: 2021
Home Town/City: Swift Current
Area of Study: Commerce
University of Saskatchewan

Future Aspirations: After I pursue my Bachelor of Commerce I plan to major in finance and become a financial advisor in my hometown and help people in my community reach their financial goals.

Thoughts: I am truly grateful to get this scholarship because it will help me reach my goal of becoming a financial advisor and help people reach their financial goals so they can live their lives the way they want to live them without being under any financial stress.

Jessica Mirasty

Year Received: 2021
Home Town/City: Flying Dust First Nation
Area of Study: Commerce
University of Saskatchewan

Future Aspirations: For educational aspirations, I hope to obtain my Master of Business Administration after obtaining my Bachelor of Commerce degree. I also wish to become a Certified Aboriginal Financial Manager (CAFM) from the Aboriginal Financial Officers Association (AFOA) of Canada. As for career aspirations, I would love to work specifically in Indigenous economic development or to work in a finance role serving an Indigenous community. Growing up I saw the gaps in community programs on reserve and the systematic racism that prevents Indigenous people from accessing essential resources. I desire to become a life-long learner by identifying the different ways to support Indigenous communities in their self-governance and economic development models. My end goal is to one day work for my home community of Flying Dust, but I believe my journey is just beginning!

Thoughts: I am sincerely grateful for the scholarship that SaskTel provided me as it will alleviate some of the financial challenges of being a young student and because it will take me one step closer to achieving my goals. As a young Indigenous woman, I am also proud to receive this scholarship from SaskTel. SaskTel is a company that greatly values Indigenous communities by creating scholarships like this available for the youth.

Nikia Pratt

Year Received: 2021
Home Town/City: Regina
Area of Study: Business Administration
First Nation University of Canada

Future Aspirations: My goals are to complete my bachelor’s degree at the University of Regina and First Nation University of Canada. I plan to focus on either accounting or human resources as my major. Upon completion of my bachelor’s degree, I hope to find a career opportunity to in my field. With gained experience I would like to someday start my own business and be able to give back to my community.

Thoughts: The financial relief this scholarship will provide for me is the ability to focus on two of the most important aspects of my life, my family, and my education. I made the difficult decision this year to take time away from work and focus on succeeding in school. A difficult decision because it meant living on a very strict budget. With this award, it allows me the peace of mind of being able to pay off my credit card bill and getting ahead on my household bills while being able to focus on my studies as a full-time student. I truly am thankful for recognition this scholarship represents.

Queen Esther M. Lamanilao

Year Received: 2021
Home Town/City: Regina
Area of Study: Computer Science
University of Regina

Future Aspirations: My future aspiration is to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science degree. I enjoy learning programming languages, coding, and debugging. I also enjoy creating websites, games, and coding a robot. It amazed me how simple algorithms do great things. I believe that our future depends on new technologies and I want to be part of it. I want to learn more on the things these technologies can do by using the knowledge I will gain in this course. Working in a job where I could use the skills I will gain from my Computer Science degree would not feel like work at all because it is my passion and I enjoy it.

Thoughts: I am truly grateful and honored to be 2021 SaskTel Scholarship recipient! This scholarship is such a huge contribution towards my university expenses. It would help me focus more in my studies and continue my passion for Computer Science. This is a huge motivation for me to keep working harder to achieve my goals. Thank you, SaskTel.

Sania Sami

Year Received: 2021
Home Town/City: Saskatoon
Area of Study: Engineering
University of Regina

Future Aspirations: My future goals include completing my Bachelor of Science in Engineering, participating in the Engineering Professional Internship Program, and practicing engineering upon graduation. While fulfilling all my professional goals, I hope to take initiative to confidently lead the new generation of youth into making a difference in the world

Thoughts: I am very happy to learn that I am selected as one of the recipients of the SaskTel scholarship 2021. By awarding me this scholarship, SaskTel has lightened my financial burden, which allows me to focus on the more important aspects of education: learning and community involvement. Thank you SaskTel, I am one step closer to my future goals

SaskTel Scholarships

Applications are now closed. Only successful recipients will be notified. 2023 applications will open mid-December 2022.

Every year, SaskTel awards 7 scholarships of $3,000 to students attending post-secondary institutions in Saskatchewan who are studying in a field directly related to information and communications technology.

Eligibility

  • Be a Saskatchewan resident (defined by eligibility for Saskatchewan Health Services).
  • Be enrolled in full time studies in the fall of 2022 at a post-secondary educational institution in Saskatchewan.
  • Be enrolled in a degree, diploma, or certificate program directly related to telecommunications. Programs include, but are not limited to, the following: Computer Science, Engineering (i.e. electrical, electronic or telecommunications), Accounting and Business Administration.
  • Have achieved a minimum 75 per cent grade average in their most recent educational standing.

SaskTel specifically encourages Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, and women interested in non-traditional careers to apply.

Please note that scholarship applications are not retained past the award year.

* Applicants who are unable, because of a disability, to register in the minimum credit hours stated in the scholarship’s terms of reference, may still be considered if their maximum course load is specified and documented by a post-secondary institution's professional who is qualified to assess their disability. Applicants must have been registered with, and their documentation must have been provided to and verified by, the post-secondary institution's Disability Resource Office at the start of each semester during which the student may be considered for the scholarship.

Latest Recipients

Alexandria Boss

Year Received: 2021
Home Town/City: Swift Current
Area of Study: Business
Great Plains College

Future Aspirations: My future aspiration after Great Plains College is to complete a Commerce degree in Accounting and Marketing at the University of Saskatchewan Edwards School of Business. I have a passion for the Arts. One day, I hope to be able to combine my skills as an artist with my strengths that I develop as a business woman and potential entrepreneur.

Thoughts: I am extremely honoured to have been selected as a 2021 SaskTel scholarship recipient. I realize that there are many deserving candidates and I am very grateful to have been chosen. It is my intention to complete my studies to the best of my abilities, be successful, and continue to give back to my community.

Colton Skopliak

Year Received: 2021
Home Town/City: Hudson Bay
Area of Study: Engineering
St. Peter's College

Future Aspirations: My future goal is to finish my engineering degree at the University of Saskatchewan. During my years in school, I plan on taking part in the internship programs offered so I can gain experience in the field. Eventually in my career, I aspire to work for a space company as that has always been a big interest of mine. Lastly, I hope to give back to my community and inspire people to enter STEM programs.

Thoughts: I am extremely excited and grateful to have been awarded this scholarship. This money has helped me feel less stressed with tuition and living expenses for this upcoming year. With that, I will be able to focus more on my studies and try to be the best student I can possibly be. Ultimately, I am beyond thankful to have been a recipient of this scholarship.

Hunter Berg

Year Received: 2021
Home Town/City: Swift Current
Area of Study: Commerce
University of Saskatchewan

Future Aspirations: After I pursue my Bachelor of Commerce I plan to major in finance and become a financial advisor in my hometown and help people in my community reach their financial goals.

Thoughts: I am truly grateful to get this scholarship because it will help me reach my goal of becoming a financial advisor and help people reach their financial goals so they can live their lives the way they want to live them without being under any financial stress.

Jessica Mirasty

Year Received: 2021
Home Town/City: Flying Dust First Nation
Area of Study: Commerce
University of Saskatchewan

Future Aspirations: For educational aspirations, I hope to obtain my Master of Business Administration after obtaining my Bachelor of Commerce degree. I also wish to become a Certified Aboriginal Financial Manager (CAFM) from the Aboriginal Financial Officers Association (AFOA) of Canada. As for career aspirations, I would love to work specifically in Indigenous economic development or to work in a finance role serving an Indigenous community. Growing up I saw the gaps in community programs on reserve and the systematic racism that prevents Indigenous people from accessing essential resources. I desire to become a life-long learner by identifying the different ways to support Indigenous communities in their self-governance and economic development models. My end goal is to one day work for my home community of Flying Dust, but I believe my journey is just beginning!

Thoughts: I am sincerely grateful for the scholarship that SaskTel provided me as it will alleviate some of the financial challenges of being a young student and because it will take me one step closer to achieving my goals. As a young Indigenous woman, I am also proud to receive this scholarship from SaskTel. SaskTel is a company that greatly values Indigenous communities by creating scholarships like this available for the youth.

Nikia Pratt

Year Received: 2021
Home Town/City: Regina
Area of Study: Business Administration
First Nation University of Canada

Future Aspirations: My goals are to complete my bachelor’s degree at the University of Regina and First Nation University of Canada. I plan to focus on either accounting or human resources as my major. Upon completion of my bachelor’s degree, I hope to find a career opportunity to in my field. With gained experience I would like to someday start my own business and be able to give back to my community.

Thoughts: The financial relief this scholarship will provide for me is the ability to focus on two of the most important aspects of my life, my family, and my education. I made the difficult decision this year to take time away from work and focus on succeeding in school. A difficult decision because it meant living on a very strict budget. With this award, it allows me the peace of mind of being able to pay off my credit card bill and getting ahead on my household bills while being able to focus on my studies as a full-time student. I truly am thankful for recognition this scholarship represents.

Queen Esther M. Lamanilao

Year Received: 2021
Home Town/City: Regina
Area of Study: Computer Science
University of Regina

Future Aspirations: My future aspiration is to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science degree. I enjoy learning programming languages, coding, and debugging. I also enjoy creating websites, games, and coding a robot. It amazed me how simple algorithms do great things. I believe that our future depends on new technologies and I want to be part of it. I want to learn more on the things these technologies can do by using the knowledge I will gain in this course. Working in a job where I could use the skills I will gain from my Computer Science degree would not feel like work at all because it is my passion and I enjoy it.

Thoughts: I am truly grateful and honored to be 2021 SaskTel Scholarship recipient! This scholarship is such a huge contribution towards my university expenses. It would help me focus more in my studies and continue my passion for Computer Science. This is a huge motivation for me to keep working harder to achieve my goals. Thank you, SaskTel.

Sania Sami

Year Received: 2021
Home Town/City: Saskatoon
Area of Study: Engineering
University of Regina

Future Aspirations: My future goals include completing my Bachelor of Science in Engineering, participating in the Engineering Professional Internship Program, and practicing engineering upon graduation. While fulfilling all my professional goals, I hope to take initiative to confidently lead the new generation of youth into making a difference in the world

Thoughts: I am very happy to learn that I am selected as one of the recipients of the SaskTel scholarship 2021. By awarding me this scholarship, SaskTel has lightened my financial burden, which allows me to focus on the more important aspects of education: learning and community involvement. Thank you SaskTel, I am one step closer to my future goals

SaskTel Scholarships

Applications are now closed. Only successful recipients will be notified. 2023 applications will open mid-December 2022.

Every year, SaskTel awards 7 scholarships of $3,000 to students attending post-secondary institutions in Saskatchewan who are studying in a field directly related to information and communications technology.

Eligibility

  • Be a Saskatchewan resident (defined by eligibility for Saskatchewan Health Services).
  • Be enrolled in full time studies in the fall of 2022 at a post-secondary educational institution in Saskatchewan.
  • Be enrolled in a degree, diploma, or certificate program directly related to telecommunications. Programs include, but are not limited to, the following: Computer Science, Engineering (i.e. electrical, electronic or telecommunications), Accounting and Business Administration.
  • Have achieved a minimum 75 per cent grade average in their most recent educational standing.

SaskTel specifically encourages Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, and women interested in non-traditional careers to apply.

Please note that scholarship applications are not retained past the award year.

* Applicants who are unable, because of a disability, to register in the minimum credit hours stated in the scholarship’s terms of reference, may still be considered if their maximum course load is specified and documented by a post-secondary institution's professional who is qualified to assess their disability. Applicants must have been registered with, and their documentation must have been provided to and verified by, the post-secondary institution's Disability Resource Office at the start of each semester during which the student may be considered for the scholarship.

Latest Recipients

Alexandria Boss

Year Received: 2021
Home Town/City: Swift Current
Area of Study: Business
Great Plains College

Future Aspirations: My future aspiration after Great Plains College is to complete a Commerce degree in Accounting and Marketing at the University of Saskatchewan Edwards School of Business. I have a passion for the Arts. One day, I hope to be able to combine my skills as an artist with my strengths that I develop as a business woman and potential entrepreneur.

Thoughts: I am extremely honoured to have been selected as a 2021 SaskTel scholarship recipient. I realize that there are many deserving candidates and I am very grateful to have been chosen. It is my intention to complete my studies to the best of my abilities, be successful, and continue to give back to my community.

Colton Skopliak

Year Received: 2021
Home Town/City: Hudson Bay
Area of Study: Engineering
St. Peter's College

Future Aspirations: My future goal is to finish my engineering degree at the University of Saskatchewan. During my years in school, I plan on taking part in the internship programs offered so I can gain experience in the field. Eventually in my career, I aspire to work for a space company as that has always been a big interest of mine. Lastly, I hope to give back to my community and inspire people to enter STEM programs.

Thoughts: I am extremely excited and grateful to have been awarded this scholarship. This money has helped me feel less stressed with tuition and living expenses for this upcoming year. With that, I will be able to focus more on my studies and try to be the best student I can possibly be. Ultimately, I am beyond thankful to have been a recipient of this scholarship.

Hunter Berg

Year Received: 2021
Home Town/City: Swift Current
Area of Study: Commerce
University of Saskatchewan

Future Aspirations: After I pursue my Bachelor of Commerce I plan to major in finance and become a financial advisor in my hometown and help people in my community reach their financial goals.

Thoughts: I am truly grateful to get this scholarship because it will help me reach my goal of becoming a financial advisor and help people reach their financial goals so they can live their lives the way they want to live them without being under any financial stress.

Jessica Mirasty

Year Received: 2021
Home Town/City: Flying Dust First Nation
Area of Study: Commerce
University of Saskatchewan

Future Aspirations: For educational aspirations, I hope to obtain my Master of Business Administration after obtaining my Bachelor of Commerce degree. I also wish to become a Certified Aboriginal Financial Manager (CAFM) from the Aboriginal Financial Officers Association (AFOA) of Canada. As for career aspirations, I would love to work specifically in Indigenous economic development or to work in a finance role serving an Indigenous community. Growing up I saw the gaps in community programs on reserve and the systematic racism that prevents Indigenous people from accessing essential resources. I desire to become a life-long learner by identifying the different ways to support Indigenous communities in their self-governance and economic development models. My end goal is to one day work for my home community of Flying Dust, but I believe my journey is just beginning!

Thoughts: I am sincerely grateful for the scholarship that SaskTel provided me as it will alleviate some of the financial challenges of being a young student and because it will take me one step closer to achieving my goals. As a young Indigenous woman, I am also proud to receive this scholarship from SaskTel. SaskTel is a company that greatly values Indigenous communities by creating scholarships like this available for the youth.

Nikia Pratt

Year Received: 2021
Home Town/City: Regina
Area of Study: Business Administration
First Nation University of Canada

Future Aspirations: My goals are to complete my bachelor’s degree at the University of Regina and First Nation University of Canada. I plan to focus on either accounting or human resources as my major. Upon completion of my bachelor’s degree, I hope to find a career opportunity to in my field. With gained experience I would like to someday start my own business and be able to give back to my community.

Thoughts: The financial relief this scholarship will provide for me is the ability to focus on two of the most important aspects of my life, my family, and my education. I made the difficult decision this year to take time away from work and focus on succeeding in school. A difficult decision because it meant living on a very strict budget. With this award, it allows me the peace of mind of being able to pay off my credit card bill and getting ahead on my household bills while being able to focus on my studies as a full-time student. I truly am thankful for recognition this scholarship represents.

Queen Esther M. Lamanilao

Year Received: 2021
Home Town/City: Regina
Area of Study: Computer Science
University of Regina

Future Aspirations: My future aspiration is to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science degree. I enjoy learning programming languages, coding, and debugging. I also enjoy creating websites, games, and coding a robot. It amazed me how simple algorithms do great things. I believe that our future depends on new technologies and I want to be part of it. I want to learn more on the things these technologies can do by using the knowledge I will gain in this course. Working in a job where I could use the skills I will gain from my Computer Science degree would not feel like work at all because it is my passion and I enjoy it.

Thoughts: I am truly grateful and honored to be 2021 SaskTel Scholarship recipient! This scholarship is such a huge contribution towards my university expenses. It would help me focus more in my studies and continue my passion for Computer Science. This is a huge motivation for me to keep working harder to achieve my goals. Thank you, SaskTel.

Sania Sami

Year Received: 2021
Home Town/City: Saskatoon
Area of Study: Engineering
University of Regina

Future Aspirations: My future goals include completing my Bachelor of Science in Engineering, participating in the Engineering Professional Internship Program, and practicing engineering upon graduation. While fulfilling all my professional goals, I hope to take initiative to confidently lead the new generation of youth into making a difference in the world

Thoughts: I am very happy to learn that I am selected as one of the recipients of the SaskTel scholarship 2021. By awarding me this scholarship, SaskTel has lightened my financial burden, which allows me to focus on the more important aspects of education: learning and community involvement. Thank you SaskTel, I am one step closer to my future goals

SaskTel Scholarships

Applications are now closed. Only successful recipients will be notified. 2023 applications will open mid-December 2022.

Every year, SaskTel awards 7 scholarships of $3,000 to students attending post-secondary institutions in Saskatchewan who are studying in a field directly related to information and communications technology.

Eligibility

  • Be a Saskatchewan resident (defined by eligibility for Saskatchewan Health Services).
  • Be enrolled in full time studies in the fall of 2022 at a post-secondary educational institution in Saskatchewan.
  • Be enrolled in a degree, diploma, or certificate program directly related to telecommunications. Programs include, but are not limited to, the following: Computer Science, Engineering (i.e. electrical, electronic or telecommunications), Accounting and Business Administration.
  • Have achieved a minimum 75 per cent grade average in their most recent educational standing.

SaskTel specifically encourages Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, and women interested in non-traditional careers to apply.

Please note that scholarship applications are not retained past the award year.

* Applicants who are unable, because of a disability, to register in the minimum credit hours stated in the scholarship’s terms of reference, may still be considered if their maximum course load is specified and documented by a post-secondary institution's professional who is qualified to assess their disability. Applicants must have been registered with, and their documentation must have been provided to and verified by, the post-secondary institution's Disability Resource Office at the start of each semester during which the student may be considered for the scholarship.

Latest Recipients

Alexandria Boss

Year Received: 2021
Home Town/City: Swift Current
Area of Study: Business
Great Plains College

Future Aspirations: My future aspiration after Great Plains College is to complete a Commerce degree in Accounting and Marketing at the University of Saskatchewan Edwards School of Business. I have a passion for the Arts. One day, I hope to be able to combine my skills as an artist with my strengths that I develop as a business woman and potential entrepreneur.

Thoughts: I am extremely honoured to have been selected as a 2021 SaskTel scholarship recipient. I realize that there are many deserving candidates and I am very grateful to have been chosen. It is my intention to complete my studies to the best of my abilities, be successful, and continue to give back to my community.

Colton Skopliak

Year Received: 2021
Home Town/City: Hudson Bay
Area of Study: Engineering
St. Peter's College

Future Aspirations: My future goal is to finish my engineering degree at the University of Saskatchewan. During my years in school, I plan on taking part in the internship programs offered so I can gain experience in the field. Eventually in my career, I aspire to work for a space company as that has always been a big interest of mine. Lastly, I hope to give back to my community and inspire people to enter STEM programs.

Thoughts: I am extremely excited and grateful to have been awarded this scholarship. This money has helped me feel less stressed with tuition and living expenses for this upcoming year. With that, I will be able to focus more on my studies and try to be the best student I can possibly be. Ultimately, I am beyond thankful to have been a recipient of this scholarship.

Hunter Berg

Year Received: 2021
Home Town/City: Swift Current
Area of Study: Commerce
University of Saskatchewan

Future Aspirations: After I pursue my Bachelor of Commerce I plan to major in finance and become a financial advisor in my hometown and help people in my community reach their financial goals.

Thoughts: I am truly grateful to get this scholarship because it will help me reach my goal of becoming a financial advisor and help people reach their financial goals so they can live their lives the way they want to live them without being under any financial stress.

Jessica Mirasty

Year Received: 2021
Home Town/City: Flying Dust First Nation
Area of Study: Commerce
University of Saskatchewan

Future Aspirations: For educational aspirations, I hope to obtain my Master of Business Administration after obtaining my Bachelor of Commerce degree. I also wish to become a Certified Aboriginal Financial Manager (CAFM) from the Aboriginal Financial Officers Association (AFOA) of Canada. As for career aspirations, I would love to work specifically in Indigenous economic development or to work in a finance role serving an Indigenous community. Growing up I saw the gaps in community programs on reserve and the systematic racism that prevents Indigenous people from accessing essential resources. I desire to become a life-long learner by identifying the different ways to support Indigenous communities in their self-governance and economic development models. My end goal is to one day work for my home community of Flying Dust, but I believe my journey is just beginning!

Thoughts: I am sincerely grateful for the scholarship that SaskTel provided me as it will alleviate some of the financial challenges of being a young student and because it will take me one step closer to achieving my goals. As a young Indigenous woman, I am also proud to receive this scholarship from SaskTel. SaskTel is a company that greatly values Indigenous communities by creating scholarships like this available for the youth.

Nikia Pratt

Year Received: 2021
Home Town/City: Regina
Area of Study: Business Administration
First Nation University of Canada

Future Aspirations: My goals are to complete my bachelor’s degree at the University of Regina and First Nation University of Canada. I plan to focus on either accounting or human resources as my major. Upon completion of my bachelor’s degree, I hope to find a career opportunity to in my field. With gained experience I would like to someday start my own business and be able to give back to my community.

Thoughts: The financial relief this scholarship will provide for me is the ability to focus on two of the most important aspects of my life, my family, and my education. I made the difficult decision this year to take time away from work and focus on succeeding in school. A difficult decision because it meant living on a very strict budget. With this award, it allows me the peace of mind of being able to pay off my credit card bill and getting ahead on my household bills while being able to focus on my studies as a full-time student. I truly am thankful for recognition this scholarship represents.

Queen Esther M. Lamanilao

Year Received: 2021
Home Town/City: Regina
Area of Study: Computer Science
University of Regina

Future Aspirations: My future aspiration is to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science degree. I enjoy learning programming languages, coding, and debugging. I also enjoy creating websites, games, and coding a robot. It amazed me how simple algorithms do great things. I believe that our future depends on new technologies and I want to be part of it. I want to learn more on the things these technologies can do by using the knowledge I will gain in this course. Working in a job where I could use the skills I will gain from my Computer Science degree would not feel like work at all because it is my passion and I enjoy it.

Thoughts: I am truly grateful and honored to be 2021 SaskTel Scholarship recipient! This scholarship is such a huge contribution towards my university expenses. It would help me focus more in my studies and continue my passion for Computer Science. This is a huge motivation for me to keep working harder to achieve my goals. Thank you, SaskTel.

Sania Sami

Year Received: 2021
Home Town/City: Saskatoon
Area of Study: Engineering
University of Regina

Future Aspirations: My future goals include completing my Bachelor of Science in Engineering, participating in the Engineering Professional Internship Program, and practicing engineering upon graduation. While fulfilling all my professional goals, I hope to take initiative to confidently lead the new generation of youth into making a difference in the world

Thoughts: I am very happy to learn that I am selected as one of the recipients of the SaskTel scholarship 2021. By awarding me this scholarship, SaskTel has lightened my financial burden, which allows me to focus on the more important aspects of education: learning and community involvement. Thank you SaskTel, I am one step closer to my future goals

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