The Eric Waldron Scholarship is awarded to a student with cerebral palsy who is a current Lifetime Member of OFCP and who is enrolled in an Ontario College or University and who has already completed their first year.
Number Available: 1
Deadline: Friday, August 21, 2020
Ontario Federation for Cerebral Palsy has established several annual awards to acknowledge persons with cerebral palsy, their families, professionals and community members for their significant contributions in improving lives of people with cerebral palsy in Ontario.
This scholarship is provided to a student with cerebral palsy who is a current Lifetime Member of OFCP and who is enrolled in an Ontario College or University and who has completed his or her first year of instruction at University or College. Enrolment in programs that will lead to working with individuals with disabilities will be an asset.
The applicant must be a current Member of the OFCP
How to Apply
The Awards Committee is interested in the student’s volunteer and employment endeavors and/or family involvement with an individual(s) with cerebral palsy. Personality, attitude and leadership attributes of the applicant will also be considered through personal/professional letters of reference. Academic and community references are acceptable. Please note that course transcripts including marks are required. The selection will be made by the Awards Committee.
Forms and supporting documentation must be received at the OFCP office by Friday, August 21, 2020.
Send completed applications (available on the website) and all accompanying documentation by postal mail to:
Ontario Federation for Cerebral Palsy
Attn: Awards Committee
1630 Lawrence Avenue West, Suite 104
Toronto, Ontario M6L 1C5
Please note that this Award is not automatically presented every year. If you have any questions or need additional information please contact Cathy Persons at 416-244-9686 or toll free 1-877-244-9686, Ext 224 or e-mail email@example.com.
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