Leah Black, an applied business technology student, was presented with the NLC Foundation Award of Excellence, valued at $3,000. Candidates for the Award of Excellence submitted an essay outlining their community involvement and a community project they would like to be involved in, leadership roles in school or the community, extra-curricular activities, future plans, and how attending NLC will help those plans.
Micaela Burton, a university arts and sciences student, and Taylor Moore, an applied business technology student, each received an NLC Foundation Entrance Award valued at $1,000. Eligible recipients for an Entrance Award must be attending NLC for the first time and enrolling in full-time studies in any program. Dual credit students are eligible if they are enrolling in a program other than their dual credit program. Applicants submit a brief description of planned program and future career goals.
Billie-Jo Crandall, financial aid officer for the college, is seen above presenting the awards to the three recipients.
The next application deadline for NLC Foundation Entrance Awards is Nov. 30. Eligible applicants must be students entering NLC for the first time in a program that begins in January or February 2012.
Student awards at the college are overseen by the NLC Foundation. For more information, contact Donna Kane, executive director of the Foundation, at 250-784-7613 or by email at email@example.com, or go online to nlc.bc.ca.
Taylor Moore, an applied business and technology student, also receives a NLC Foundation Entrance Award.