The 2023 Masonic Youth Leadership Camp will be held July 30 – August 4, 2023 at Green Grove Camp at Wakaw Lake. The camp is designed for students going into grades 9-12 this fall.
- entering grade nine, ten, eleven or twelve in the fall of 2023?
- looking for the opportunity to meet new challenges?
- looking for chances to meet new people and make new friends?
- looking to learn how to lead a be a good team player?
- looking to acquire new skills?
Sample presentations include:
- “Basic Leadership Principles,
- ”Personality Profile in Colours,”
- ”Financial Basics,”
- “Dealing with Failure Effectively in High School,”
- “Leadership skills for Emergency Teams,”
- “Critical Thinking,”
- “Healthy Relationships,”
- “Beyond the Hurt,”
- “Car Maintenance,”
- “Social Capital,”
- “Preparing for Job interviews”,
- “Career Choices”, as well as leadership games and activities.
Please see the letter below for further information, including to request Camper Application forms, and the Brochure and sample Camp Agenda below for further information about the Camp itself.
MYLC Letter to Lodges - 2023 [PDF]
2023 - GLS MYL Camp Registration [PDF]
MYLC Brochure 2022 [PDF]
Scholarships & Bursaries
The Grand Lodge of Saskatchewan, as well as many Lodges, sponsor a number of awards, scholarships, and bursaries. Information, including closing dates for applications, along with downloadable application forms are listed below.
Please note that there are Entrance Scholarships/Bursaries and Post-Secondary Scholarships/Bursaries available. Some scholarships/bursaries require a personal connection to Freemasonry or to the Eastern Star. Many scholarships/bursaries are open to Saskatchewan students without a Masonic connection.
You are encouraged to apply for all scholarships/bursaries for which you are qualified. If you apply for more than one scholarship/bursary you are not required to send additional copies of the same required documents. You will not be considered for any scholarship/bursary for which you have not completed the required application form.
Grand Lodge Awards
Closing date for applications: August 14, 2023
- EDGAR ALEXANDER GARTON SCHOLARSHIPS - 4 x $1,500
2023 App - EA Garton
Offered annually to undergraduate students who have completed one or more years of University, Sask. Polytechnic, or other post-secondary education. Applicants must be children or grandchildren of a Master Mason in good standing, a resident of Saskatchewan, and attending a post-secondary institution in Saskatchewan. Selection will be based on academic achievements, sportsmanship, and leadership. Must be registered for a full academic load for a full academic year as required by the institution chosen.
- ROBINSON MEMORIAL BURSARY- 2 x $500
2023 App - Robinson Memorial Bursary - English
- Offered annually for one undergraduate from the University of Saskatchewan and one undergraduate from the University of Regina pursuing a course leading to an honours degree or a Master’s degree in English. Selection will be based upon academic achievement and leadership.
- GRAND LODGE OF SASK. A.F. & A.M. POST SECONDARY EDUCATION BURSARY 2 x $500
2023 App - Post-Secondary Education Bursary
- Offered annually to an undergraduate student at the University of Regina or the University of Saskatchewan who is a resident of Saskatchewan. Selection will be based upon academic achievement, sportsmanship, and leadership.
- MASONIC YOUTH TRUST AWARD 6 x $1,500
2023 App - Masonic Youth Trust
- Offered annually to Saskatchewan High School graduates who proceed to an institution of higher learning (Technical, Vocational or University) anywhere in Canada. Selection is based upon academic achievement, leadership skills, community and school activities and special awards.
- GILBERT AND GAY COOK MEMORIAL AWARD 1 x $1,500
2023 App - Gilbert & Gay Cook Memorial Award
- Offered annually to Saskatchewan high school graduates with preference to graduates who currently are or were members of the International Order of Job’s Daughters or the Order of DeMolay and who will be entering the University of Regina or the University of Saskatchewan. Selection will be based upon academic achievement and a range of non-academic activities.
- MASONIC YOUTH BURSARY 10 x $1,200
2023 App - Masonic Youth Bursary
- Offered annually to Saskatchewan High School graduates who proceed to an institution of higher learning (Technical, Vocational or University) anywhere in Canada. Selection is based upon academic achievement, leadership skills, financial need, community and school activities and special awards.
Other Masonic Awards
- ORDER OF THE EASTERN STAR EXCELSIOR CHAPTER NO. 21 AWARD 1 x $1,500
2023 App - OES Excelsior Chapter No. 21
- This award is offered annually to a Saskatchewan resident who is or will be attending a University or Technical Institute in Saskatchewan. Selection is based upon academic achievement and extra-curricular activities. Candidates must be closely related to a current member of a Saskatchewan Eastern Star Chapter (dues-paying or life). Valid relationships include spouse, child, grandchild, sibling, niece or nephew (all biological, adopted, or step), or be a member themselves. If there is no OES connection then a Masonic relationship is required. Preference will be given to graduates who are closely related to a current member of the Order of the Eastern Star. Applicants must be registered for a full academic load for a full academic year.
Many Lodges sponsor a number of awards, scholarships, and bursaries, for information and details on ALL awards offered by the Grand Lodge and constituent Lodges click below:
- Grand Lodge Awards and Bursaries Booklet 2023 (2023 Scholarship Booklet)
Please read and comply with all the requirements stated on the application forms.
Job's Daughters is a premier leadership organization for young women.
- Are you a young lady between the ages of 10 and 20?
- Do you like meeting new friends?
- Do you like helping others?
- Do you like doing fun things?
Then Job’s Daughters is the place for you to do all of that and more!
In Job’s Daughters International, each member has an opportunity to:
BLOOM: You are a valued member of the group, you plan and participate in Bethel activities and you engage in discussions during meetings.
LEAD: You assume leadership responsibilities, you mentor fellow members, and you learn how to run successful activities.
SOAR: You prepare for adult roles, you use skills learned in Job's Daughters to serve others in the community and you develop networking relationships.
To be a member of Job's Daughters International is to be part of a group that promotes friendship among young women and confidence in themselves. As a member you will learn skills that will help you throughout your life. You will become part of an organization that serves the community. Most importantly, you will have FUN!
As a parent of a young woman, you can be confident that Job’s Daughters will give your daughter an edge in the adult world while participating in something you and your daughter can do together. The members of Job’s Daughters International are the YOUTH OF TODAY and the LEADERS OF TOMORROW.
In Saskatchewan, there are two local groups, or Bethels, of Job’s Daughters, one in Saskatoon and one in Lloydminster. Bethel # 8 meets on the second and fourth Wednesdays at the Lloydminster Masonic Hall and Bethel # 16 meets on the first Saturday and third Friday at the Saskatoon Masonic Hall.
For more information about Job’s Daughters International, please contact email@example.com or visit https://jobsdaughtersinternational.org/
WHO WE ARE
We are the premier organization based on timeless principles, committed to developing and inspiring leadership, team building, and networking for young men ages 12 – 21.
We strive to not only create leaders, but extraordinary leaders of character.
DeMolay, the premier international youth leadership organization, striving to shape young men into leaders of character.
By epitomizing timeless values, and accepting the challenge of leadership – both of character and of action – the young men of DeMolay transform themselves into citizens of the highest caliber.
With thousands of members worldwide, our approach is simple: give them the tools to lead, and the guidance to succeed.
Our success over the past one hundred years wasn’t due to just sheer coincidence. Our members take ownership of their DeMolay experience. From generating ideas, planning events, coordinating logistics, and executing their plans, each DeMolay Chapter is responsible for defining their success. All of this is accomplished under the mentorship of trained Advisors, selected from the local community, enabling each Chapter to be uniquely tailored to support the interests of its members.
The Order of DeMolay teaches seven core values, which we call cardinal virtues, as the basis of good character.
- Filial Love: One of the great lessons of DeMolay is the lesson of filial love. DeMolay members cherish their parents and hold family teachings close to their hearts. Our members strive to repay the love and care of their parents through kindness and civility.
- Reverence: An individual's religious beliefs are their own. We encourage memgers to carry out their teaching while also respecting the views of others, no matter how different they may be from their own.
- Courtesy: A DeMolay is kind and courteous towards others. Not only in public, but also at home and among friends.
- Comradeship: Comradeship binds our members together so they may build a lifelong brotherhood. To be a friend is one of the highest honors, but being a brother involves strong ties of loyalty and trust.
- Fidelity: Fidelity means faithful and loyal to all of our obligations in life. By being faithful, our members earn the respet and trust of everyone with whom they come in contact.
- Cleanness: Cleanness extends beyound physical hygiene. It encompasses being purposeful with our words, careful of our actions, and respectful with our thoughts.
- Patriotism: DeMolay encourages each member to be patriotic towards his country and mindful of those who serve to protect it. Whether through service or by being an exemplary citizen.