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2017 Scholarship Recipients

The Board of Directors of Cambridge & North Dumfries Community Foundation is pleased to announce the 2017 Recipients of our annual CNDCF Student Awards.

Congratulations to the following secondary students from Cambridge and North Dumfries graduating this year:

Angelo Longo Scholarship

Sara Kepic, Jacob Hespeler Secondary School
Registered Nursing Program, McMaster University

Anne and Allan McKay Scholarship

Cassidy Connolly, Southwood Secondary School
Nursing Program, Nippising University

Anonymous Bursary

Daniela O’Neill, Monsignor Doyle Catholic Secondary School
Social Sciences, McMaster University

David and Denise Thomas Scholarship

Alexandria Goodall, Monsignor Doyle Secondary School
Practical Nursing, Conestoga College

Dr. Ralph Adams Memorial Scholarship

Madelline Mullins, Preston High School
Health Sciences, Redeemer University

Iris Mitten Scholarship

Akila Patel, Galt Collegiate Institute
Health Studies Coop, University of Waterloo

Luella and George Egoff Scholarship

Meghan Lavallee, Monsignor Doyle Catholic Secondary School
Pre-Health, Fleming College

Joshua Gancena, St. Benedict’s Catholic Secondary School
Nursing, McMaster University

R.L Petersen Scholarship

Katie Elka, Jacob Hespeler Secondary School
Business Administration, Brock University

Kelsey Deutschmann, Monsignor Doyle Catholic Secondary School
Bachelor of Commerce, Queen’s University

Adam Dotzert, Southwood Secondary School
Honours Economics and Honours Business Administration Ivey, University of Western Ontario

Madiah Hayat, St. Benedict’s Catholic Secondary School
Bachelor of Business Administration, Wilfrid Laurier University

Tim Walker Memorial Scholarship

Ida Harkness, Southwood Secondary School
Global and International Development Studies, Carleton University


Special Student Awards 

Keith Taylor Memorial Scholarship (for BBBSWR Cambridge Littles)

Katherine Twigg
Recreation and Leisure Program, Brock University

Samuel Reeves
Bachelor of Arts-Music & Drama, University of Waterloo


Our Scholarship Grants

CNDCF Scholarships are made possible through the endowed funds within the Community Foundation. Each year, school designates such as staff from secondary schools’ guidance office, submit nominations for graduating students that fit within the criteria of our scholarship grants. While each student award may have its own unique criteria, most of them are designed to meet a student’s demonstrated financial need. Once the nominations close, selections are carefully made based on criteria in addition to conversations with our Scholarship Donor-Advisers.

Our Student Awards support a wide range of programs, offering a financial helping hand to local students as they pursue their academic goals.

For more information about our Student Awards Program, please click here. To learn about investing in local students through a Scholarship Fund contact us.


2016 Scholarship Awards Recipients

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Adriana Van Oostveen

Adriana Van Oostveen

Adriana Van Oostveen is the Grants & Operations Coordinator at Cambridge & North Dumfries Community Foundation.

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