Player Scholarships

Friends of the AJH Society

The Friends are a small but active group of people from across the province of Alberta, some of whom were formerly involved with junior hockey in Alberta, or some with no connections to junior hockey, but all with the desire to assist young athletes in their pursuit of a higher education. The main purpose of the society is to raise funds and to assist with the promotion of junior age hockey players to be able to continue to play hockey at a high competetive level, yet to be able to continue in their goal to a higher education, and to assist the athlete financially in this pusuit.

What scholarships are available?

There are 2 separate scholarship programs available to individuals who have played, or are currently playing, junior hockey in Alberta.

  1. The Charles S. Noble Scholarship. This program is administered jointly with the Alberta Heritage Scholarship fund, and the Friends of Alberta Junior Hockey Society. There are a maximum of 10 scholarships awarded each year, each valued at $2000.00. They are jointly funded by both groups.
  2. The Friends of Alberta Junior Hockey Scholarships. There is no yearly limit as to the number awarded, and the scholarships range in value from $1500.00 to $2000.00 each. Scholarships are available to players, team therapists, and on ice officials.

Brendon Gorrill Memorial Scholarship

Brendon Gorrill Memorial Scholarship is a Scholarship that was started to initially help send young goalies to development camps at GDI who could not afford it, but it has now grown into something much bigger than that. The Scholarship is a registered charity, and aims primarily to provide assistance in fees, equipment, and still sending goalies who wish to attend camps at GDI for professional development.  Scholarship amounts range from $250 to $3,000, depending on amount of applicants, financial need, and current funding resources.

Scholarship amounts range from $250 to $3,000, depending on amount of applicants, financial need, and current funding resources. The Scholarship is open to players in all leagues who have a demonstrated financial need.

The Michael Gee Scholarship Fund Award 

This award is based on hockey and academic performance and open to Calgary residents ages 16 – 18 years old playing hockey in the Calgary Minor Hockey Association – Midget Boys AA, AAA (major), Midget Girls A or AAA. Coaches nominate the most outstanding player on their team.

The recipient is eligible to claim the scholarship funds when entering post-secondary education. The value of this scholarship is $2400.00

Michael Gee Scholarship - Calgary Foundation

Upcoming Events

9 Dec

Esso Minor Hockey Week schedule released

27 Dec

Circle K Classic formerly the Mac's

10:00am at Max Bell Arena and Seven Chiefs Sportsplex

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10 Jan

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10 Jan

DEADLINE: Release players - minor and U21 (Elite and Community)

13 Jan

43rd Annual Esso Minor Hockey Week

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