Share Your Ideas About Canadian Agriculture for Your Chance at a $5,000 Scholarship
High school students: create a short video and you could win one of six scholarships from G3!
Canadian agriculture relies on innovation and technology to keep up with global demand — that means innovative ideas from students like you.
Share your bright idea in a short video for a chance to win $5,000!
The G3 Grow Beyond Scholarship offers six scholarships of $5,000 each to high school students that share their idea for the future of agriculture. Transforming the way grain moves across Canada since 2015, G3 is dedicated to helping students like you reach their full potential leading the change in ag.
How can I enter the scholarship contest?
Simple! In a creative 1-2-minute video, explain how you want to make a difference and help lead Canadian agriculture into an innovative and technologically advanced future.
You'll need to answer two questions in your video:
- What is your chosen field of study?
- What is one major innovative challenge in the agriculture industry that you hope to address through your studies, and how will you accomplish it?
Submit your video by the April 26, 2023 deadline. Then get friends and family to vote for your submission during public voting from May 15 to June 2. To help, be sure to check out work from past winners here.
Am I eligible to apply for a scholarship?
It doesn't matter what career you've got your eyes on — we want to hear your ideas. To apply, you must be:
- attending a Canadian high school
- graduating in 2023
- planning to enroll in a first-year degree or diploma program at a Canadian post-secondary institution next year
Don't worry if you haven't been accepted to your program yet. You'll just need to provide a copy of your acceptance letter if you're selected as a final applicant. This scholarship is not open to residents of Quebec.
How far will you take agriculture? Share your creative, innovative, and interesting ideas with us for your chance at $5,000!
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