scholarships for members
Potential scholarship money to help fund your attendance at a Pony Club event such as Regional Camp, Pick Your Ride Rally or Jamboree.
Scholarships Offered Previously include:
STEP ONE (1) TO APPLY:
The first step in your application is to write a short essay (one essay per scholarship you are applying for) answering the question below. The essay can be a 1-2 paragraphs to a page in length. Save your essay and name it with the Scholarship you are applying for as the document name. Please do not use your name or mounts name in file name.
Write your essay answering the the following question:
Why do you feel the Youth Board should award you the scholarship(s)?
DO completely answer the question.
DO allow your parent to proof read, but not write the essay for you.
DO use a separate essay document for each scholarship applied for.
DO write your own essay (that means NOT YOUR parent’s!!) Use your own words…we want to hear from you!
DO NOT put your name or your pony’s name anywhere.
STEP TWO (2):
After you have completed your essay(s), complete the online application found below.
1) Write one essay for each scholarship you are applying for.
2) Fill out the Google Form application ONCE and email your essay(s) to the LSR Youth Board email address at email@example.com
3) Look for a confirmation email/copy of your responses.
Feel free to reach out to the Youth Board with any questions regarding scholarships at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Lake Shore Region Youth Board is comprised of delegates chosen by each club in Lake Shore Region. Members must be either over the age of 13 or a D3 HM. Each club is allowed three delegates,a and delegates may change each year as clubs see fit. These members from across the region work together and with the Regional Council to improve and facilitate programs for all members of the region.
If you have any questions or would like to learn more, please email us!
LSR YB scholarships are open to all members of Lake Shore Region. We offer scholarships for most disciplines and events offered through the region. The application requires a short form and one page essay. Essays are graded anonymously and the writer's age is taken into account.
The LSR YB meets Bi-annually in conjunction with the spring and fall Regional Council meeting.