launches bursary program
Students can now apply for the Bursary of the MNA for Westmount – Saint-Louis
Member of Quebec’s National Assembly for Westmount—Saint-Louis, Jennifer Maccarone is pleased to launch the Bursary of the MNA for Westmount—Saint-Louis.
Intended for students residing and attending a post-secondary institution located in the riding of Westmount – Saint-Louis, four bursaries will be awarded. Of the four bursaries, two in the amount of $250 will be allocated to college students and two of $500 will be awarded to undergraduate level university students.
I hope that these bursaries can help students who find themselves in a difficult situation or who lack motivation in the current context of the pandemic.
– Jennifer Maccarone, MNA for Westmount – Saint-Louis
The Bursary of the MNA for Westmount – Saint-Louis is proud to count among its participating post-secondary institutions:
- Dawson College
- Marianopolis College
- McGill University
- Concordia University
- Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM)
- École de technologie supérieure (ÉTS)
To be eligible for the Bursary of the MNA for Westmount – Saint-Louis, students must meet the criteria below and complete the online form by March 1, midnight.
- Attend a post-secondary institution located in the riding of Westmount – Saint-Louis;
- Reside in the riding of Westmount – Saint-Louis;
- Be registered full-time for the 2021 winter session at the college or undergraduate level;
- Relevance, originality and feasibility of the proposed project at the provincial level;
- Be a permanent resident or Canadian citizen;
- Be involved in their community (cooperative, community activities, volunteering, etc.);
- Personal situation
“I am very proud to launch this Bursary program, the objective of which is to encourage young people in Westmount – Saint-Louis to pursue post-secondary studies in an institution in the riding. In addition, I hope that these bursaries can help students who find themselves in a difficult situation or who lack motivation in the current context of the pandemic. Online classes come with a lot of worry and anxiety and I want to send a message of perseverance and tell them to not give up,” said Jennifer Maccarone, MNA for Westmount – Saint-Louis.
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