Geomatics students receive thousands in scholarships

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Photo: Cassie Mulvahill (centre) received a scholarship from instructors Shauna Goertzen and Lee Morden for having the second higheset academic standing in the program./submitted

 

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Two students at Northern lights College have received scholarships for having two of the highest academic standings after their first term in the Geomatics Engineering Technology Certificate program.

The scholarships are sponsored by the Association of B.C. Land Surveyors and the Northern Regional Group of B.C. Land Surveyors.

Jay Van Noortwyk received the highest academic standing and Cassie Mulvahill received the second highest standing.

They received a $2,000 and $1,000 award, respectively, presented on Feb. 18.

Photo Jay Van Noortwyk (centre) received a scholarship from instructors Shauna Goertzen and Lee Morden for having the higheset academic standing in the program./submitted

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