Established in 2019 by the Juno Beach Parents’ Society, this award recognizes students at Lord Beaverbrook High School who have demonstrated outstanding human service.
Juno Beach Parents’ Society
Lord Beaverbrook High School
Field of Study
Open to students registered in grade 12 at Lord Beaverbrook High School who are completing the requirements of a high school diploma. To be eligible, students must demonstrate involvement in non-academic volunteer activities related to “human service” that make the community a better place for others. Applicants must be Canadian citizens.
Applicants are required to submit a letter of recommendation from a community leader representing a community-based organization, speaking to the student’s involvement in, and their commitment to, human service.
Online application available at www.educationmatters.ca. Applicants should check with their guidance office for more information and are encouraged to discuss their application with the Scholarship Coordinator at their high school.
Selection & Payment
The selection committee will consist of staff at Lord Beaverbrook High School, a representative of EducationMatters and may also include the donor or a designated representative. Recipients will be notified by fall.
To claim the award, within two (2) years of notification, the recipient must be registered in an eligible program of post-secondary study of at least one-year duration, including vocational, technical or post-secondary institutions or an eligible skilled trades or apprenticeship program (upgrading courses not applicable). Payment will be made to the post-secondary institution.