A complete application consists of the submission of our online form with all supplemental files (responses to all essay questions, a copy of your transcripts, class registration) uploaded directly to the form or emailed to . See below for details.
You are eligible to apply as a continuing Scholar if you meet all of the following requirements:
- have received a full Caleb Scholar Program scholarship in the past 2 years
- are continuing with the same degree program as previous awarded application
- have met program participation requirements as outlined by program policies
Please submit your completed online form when prompted. If you are choosing to email the supplemental files, be sure to send them to the Caleb Scholars Program Director at if they have not been uploaded directly to the form by the deadline.
- Completed Continuing Application online form
- Continuing Application Short Answer and Essay responses (see prompts below)
- A copy of current unofficial transcripts from all universities attended
- Class registration for the upcoming semester showing full-time status at an accredited university or college
View our Essay examples here. Please answer all questions below.
Short Answer Questions (up to 100 words):
- What is something you are proud of accomplishing this last 6 months?
- What is a meaningful connection that you made with your home community and/or the CSP community this last semester?
Essay Question (100 – 300 words):
- How has your participation in the Caleb Scholars Program (e.g., Virtual Qargi, mentorship, etc.) helped you to learn more about Inuit-led conservation advocacy and your own role in advocacy work, especially as it relates to your chosen major, community service, cultural practice, profession, home region, and/or field?
What’s Expected of Caleb Scholars
Students selected into the Caleb Scholars Program are passionate and talented. They demonstrate understanding and vision for how their unique interests can make an impact in the various fields contributing to conservation. While in the Program, Scholars are expected to:
- Participate in a mentorship (we provide mentors for you!)
- Engage in extracurricular activities (such as participating in conferences and webinars, attending our Virtual Qargi learning sessions, practicing advocacy, and more)
- Complete our required Positive Community Citizenship Training
- Maintain eligibility as outlined in our Program Policies
Scholars may be supported through additional funding such as paid internships, travel grants, and extracurricular support.