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Academic Achievement & Community Service Scholarships (473)

With this application you will automatically be considered for the following 4 scholarships:

The Carol Ryder Academic Achievement Award

This award honors Carol Ryder’s long service to the College and our learners through her participation and leadership on the Premier’s Scholarship Luncheon volunteer committee. The committee’s work has benefited the College both in terms of raising more than $1 million for important awards for students, and in growing relationships with government, business and community leaders. This has been just one element of Carol’s great service to the College over many years, including serving as Chair of the Board of Governors from 2004-2007.
 
Value:                                     $2,000
Number:                                  1 per year
Criteria:
  • Full-time student in any program who has successfully completed the first semester of their program at time of application
  • Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident
  • Academic achievement
The Gordon Olsen Academic Achievement Award

This award honors Gordon Olsen’s long service to the College and our learners through his participation and leadership on the Premier’s Scholarship Luncheon volunteer committee.  The committee’s work has benefited the College both in terms of raising more than $1 million for important awards for students, and in growing relationships with government, business and community leaders.
 
Value:                                  $2,000                      
Number:                              1 per year
Criteria:
  • Full-time student in any program who has successfully completed the first semester of their program at time of application
  • Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident
  • Academic achievement
The Kevin Gregor Academic Achievement Award

This award honors Kevin Gregor's long service to the College and our learners through his participation and leadership on the Premier's Scholarship Luncheon volunteer committee. The committee's work has benefited the College both in terms of raising more than $1 million for important awards for learners, and in growing relationships with government, business and community leaders. This has been just one element of Kevin’s great service to the College over many years, including serving as Vice-Chair of the Board of Governors from 1998-2004, Chair of the College’s first fundraising campaign, Improving Lives Beyond the Classroom, from 2003-2008, and Chair/Co-Chair of the Premier’s Scholarship Luncheon Committee from 1997.  In 2008, Kevin received the College’s Distinguished Citizen Award..

Value:                                   $2,000                      
Number:                               1 per year
Criteria:
  • Full-time student in any program who has successfully completed the first semester of their program at time of application
  • Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident
  • Academic achievement
The Leslie LeQuelenec Academic Achievement Award

This award honors Leslie LeQuelenec’s long service to the College and our learners through his participation and leadership on the Premier’s Scholarship Luncheon volunteer committee.  The committee’s work has benefited the College both in terms of raising more than $1 million for important awards for students, and in growing relationships with government, business and community leaders.  This has been just one element of Leslie’s great service to the College over many years, including serving as a Member of the Board of Governors from 2012-2016.
 
Value:                                   $2,000                      
Number:                               1 per year
Criteria:
  • Full-time student in any program who has successfully completed the first semester of their program at time of application
  • Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident
  • Academic achievement