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Below are the Scholarship categories we currently offer to the goaltending community.
You will be asked to select a Category or Memorial when applying for a Scholarship, so please be sure to review these closely before submitting an application.
Playing scholarships help defray the costs of playing the position. Funds can be used for team or club fees, training camps, private lessons with a professional goalie coach, goalie clinics, and even hockey academies. Anything related to competing in organized, competitive, or club/pro hockey will fall into the Playing category.
Coaching scholarships help aspiring professional goalie coaches. Every coach should have an opportunity to continue their education and learning, so this category exists for all aspiring coaches. We not only offer funding to attend symposiums and events, but we also create mentorship and apprenticeship opportunities for coaches on a global level.
Innovation scholarships help individuals that are building, creating, designing, researching, or doing anything else related to the social or scientific advancement of goaltending. This can also include any type of school or University level project, or anything that takes place in the classroom.
Memorial scholarships are dedicated to serving specific purposes or individuals. This can include family memorials, honoring the loss of a goaltender or goalie parent, goalies that have served their Country, Veterans, or any disabled, blind, and sled hockey goalies. Examples of our Memorial scholarships include October Saves (cancer) and the Martha Kennedy Memorial Scholarship.
The following section will introduce you to the current Memorial scholarships available from The Goalie Guild.