Sid Bildfell Business Education Bursary

The Sid Bildfell Business Education Bursary provides $5,000 to a business student studying administration, commerce or finance in the province of Saskatchewan.

Sid Bildfell was the CEO at SaskCentral. He was a strong leader and believed in the importance of education and lifelong learning. This bursary was established to recognize Sid's 41 years of contribution, leadership and vision to SaskCentral, Saskatchewan credit unions and the co-operative system

To apply for this bursary, applicants must meet the following criteria
  • Resident of Saskatchewan.
  • Business student studying administration, commerce or finance at a post secondary institution in Saskatchewan.
  • Involvement in a co-operative organization.
  • Demonstrate a financial need

Applicants must submit the following documentation by May 31, 2017:

  • Completed application form (available by emailing marketing@raymorecu.com)
  • Confirmation of full-time enrollment at a university, community college or Saskatchewan Polytechnic. A letter or email indicating you are enrolled in classes for September of the current year is recommended.
  • Confirmation of involvement in a co-operative organization. A letter or email from the co-operative is recommended. Please do not send a photocopy of your credit union Member Card.
  • Letter of reference. To enhance your success, ensure that the letter is current and is from an employer, educator or professional.
  • 500 word essay OR a 2 minute video (.wmv, .mov or.avi format) that answers the following question: What does it mean to you to be a member of a co-operative?

Application form available by emailing Raymore Marketing marketing@raymorecu.com

Applications and supporting documentation can be submitted by email to SaskCentral Marketing and Communications or by mail to

SaskCentral
Marketing and Communications
2055 Albert Street
Regina SK S4P 3G

Questions about the bursary or application form can be directed to SaskCentral Marketing and Communications or 306.566.1480.