The three recipients of this year's Rugged & Real Scholarship are: Dorica Walsh who is taking the Laboratory and X-Ray Technology Combined program at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology; Michael Vance who is studying Natural Resources Technology program at the Portage College; and Zoey Pearson who is taking Forest Technology at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology. We wish our young recipients the very best in their studies!
The Municipal District of Lesser Slave River No.124 recognizes the importance and value of education and continued learning. In this spirit, the MD’s Rugged & Real Scholarship Program is awarded annually to encourage and support our local students to pursue further educational opportunities.
Eligibility and Requirements
To be considered as an eligible candidate for the Rugged & Real Scholarship Program, applicants must:
- Be high school graduates and residents of the MD of Lesser Slave River No.124 (applicants can also be current seasonal staff of the MD, regardless of residence)
- Provide evidence of acceptance to a post-secondary program for a trade, diploma or degree program
- Produce and provide a persuasive speech in the form of a written submission, or a short video/audio segment
- Provide a copy of their resume
Amount of Scholarship
At least one scholarship shall be awarded annually in the amount of $1,000.
Terms & Conditions