To apply, students must complete and submit the attached application form to thinkAG@gov.sk.ca by May 20, 2017.
The application form includes a few basic questions about the student and the accompanying teacher. Students must also provide a 300-350 word abstract for the research paper they are expected to write if selected to represent Saskatchewan. This abstract should introduce the country of focus, the key factor affecting food security, and propose a thesis statement. Guided instructions for research paper content can be found on The World Food Prize website.
Winners will be selected and notified by June 13, 2017, and must complete their research paper, with the support of their teacher, and finalize their registration by August 1, 2017.
What should my application be about?
Criteria for the research paper can be found under the paper instructions on the World Food Prize website.
Check out the papers written last year by the students who were selected to attend the Global Youth Institute: