Celebrating the Future Together

We feel strongly about giving back to local youth who volunteer their time in order to improve their communities. As a 100% Saskatchewan-owned, non-profit co-operative, social responsibility is at the forefront of everything we do.

Since 2005, Access Communications has put more than $275,000 into the hands of high school graduates across our province. We are so proud that our support and involvement has helped these students pursue their dreams.

About The Program  

We are happy to announce that our Scholarship Program has been refreshed. Access Communications will be accepting the applications, reviewing and choosing the top applicants throughout the province.

The Access Communications Scholarship will be awarding $1,000 to 20 graduating students who demonstrate exemplary community involvement. Submission deadline is April 20, 2018.

Applicants must have demonstrated record of volunteerism in the community in non-school sponsored activities; participation in extracurricular school activities; demonstrated leadership skills; academic achievement and have the endorsement of their school guidance counsellor or principal.

How to Apply

Submit a complete application package no later than April 20, 2018.

Download Application

If you have questions about the program, please contact Beth Drozda at 306-565-5343, or 1-866-211-6334, ext. 5343. Email scholarship@myaccess.coop or contact your regional manager.

*The recipient must be a Saskatchewan resident and intend to pursue post-secondary education.

Congratulations 2017 Scholarship Recipients!

"Giving back to the community and volunteering my time has allowed me to meet new people and make lifelong friends. Knowing that I have made a difference and a positive change is something that I am very proud of and believe is very important."

Christin Dixon, Arcola


"I enjoy volunteering for philanthropic causes because I am passionate about helping others in need."

Shynelle Scherbey, Ituna


"Although my extracurriculars are very important to me, I believe that volunteering is necessary and empowering" … "It is so heartwarming to see the impact I have made in others' lives…"

Kamryn Weinkauf, Macklin


"I volunteer to make my school and community the best they can possibly be."

Kasia McChesney, Kelvington


"I volunteer in my community in various ways" … "my goal with volunteering is to give more that I take."

Jenna Beaulieu, Shellbrook

"My small community and school rely on volunteers in order to grow and have the quality of life that is often only available in larger centres" … "Because I was raised to believe in the importance of giving back, I am an involved member in both."

Tessa Thomas, St. Brieux

"I was reaised as a volunteer since I could walk. My family … have always helped out in any way we could."

Quiten Hobman, Colonsay

"I volunteer because I enjoy seeing others smile and making people happy."

Shayna Campbell, Wadena

"I enjoy volunteering and helping my community because I love the fullfillment I get from helping people. I know how people feel when they are overwhelmed and need volunteers to help with any given task and love to help people out when needed."

Tessa King, Eatonia

"I volunteer to help others and to try to make small differences, and if I can achieve that through what I love most - sound - then I will feel that I have reached my goal."

Amber Hammermeister, Estevan


"I volunteer within my community to build relationships and connections with the members of my community" … "I enjoy volunteering as a leader because it helps build a strong connection with our youth within the community."

Kacee Worobey, La Ronge


 "I always strive for the best I can achieve, and for me that means I try my hardest in school and endeavor to be a kind and caring person that my peers can look up to."

Serena Lowry, Regina - Balfour Collegiate


 "Donating my time … makes a difference in the lives of children and adults which is extremely empowering."

Kristi Hayko, Regina - Winston Knoll Collegiate

"Throughout my life, I have tried to be a contributor to my family, school and society by demostrating leadership and volunteering in the communty" … "I have learned many things from volunteering - compassion, believe in myself, developed a stronger sense of compassion & faith, it makes me feel good & it helps me develop a deeper understanding of our community."

Michael Schwann, Regina - Sheldon Williams Collegiate

"As a agent of change, I volunteer to feel connected to my community. Instead of only reaping the benefits that life offers, I seek to be an engaged citizen and to give back to my community."

Hayley Csada, Regina - Dr. Martin Leboldus High School

"In helping others, I am reminded that we are all in this together and we need to remember to support each other" … "Life has so much to offer if we remember to look beyond ourselves" … "My many hours have also helped me put my life into perspective and appreciate evey day I am given."

Alanna Van De Sype, Regina - Miller Comprehensive Catholic High School


 "I believe that volunteer work is a very important part of life, whether it is just within your community or on a larger scale" … "I volunteer because I love to help others and give back."

Madison Olson, Kindersley

"Volunteering is an important aspect of my life because it allows me to give back to my community" … "I have been able to experience the support of my community and I am planning to give that same support to newcomers that I encounter."

Adrian Muscat, Regina - Miller Comprehensive Catholic High School

"I have grown up with the expectation of pitching in and giving back, and I'm happy to say that I have come to enjoy volunteering and all the positive things that can happen when you become involved" … "I have seen great projects come to life, school teams flourish, and a community feel so welcoming, all because of volunteers."

Matthew Stan, Wakaw


 "I have always loved helping my community and the people in it, so whenever I can I try to help out."

Jordan Mitchell, Battleford

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