Three lucky students have been chosen to receive this year’s Glen Newby Scholarship Fund

$5000 in grants

New Path Foundation has announced the recipients for this year’s Glen Newby Scholarship Fund and is excited to receive more applicants for next year’s fund as well.

The successful applicants are Elli Chan, Holly Kehoe and Josiah Robb who have all exhibited exceptional academic success and promise as well as a strong commitment to the community. Chan is entering her first year of studies in computer science at the University of Toronto in September, and Kehoe is entering her fourth year of studies in social work at Lakehead University. She will receive an Honours Bachelor of Social Work in 2021. Robb will be studying dental hygiene to become a registered dental hygienist and hopes to practice in Ontario.

Three scholarships are up for grabs! Check out the Glen Newby Scholarship page for more information and the application form.

Posted by New Path Foundation on Monday, January 6, 2020

“I am so proud of the dedication of Elli, Holly and Josiah in their pursuit of academic excellence and to activities that promote the greater good of the community,” says James Thomson, President and CEO of New Path Foundation.

Applications for next year’s fund will open early in the new year with 3 scholarships being available; one for $2,500 and two for $1,250. If you are or know someone who is, under the age of 24, resides in Simcoe Country, and is entering or continuing post-secondary education, be sure to head over to the website for all the details.

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