VANIER STUDENT IS AWARDED THE
CANADA MILLENIUM SCHOLARSHIP AND THE
JACKIE ROBINSON HEALTH SCIENCE NURSING SCHOLARSHIP AS ANNOUNCED BY THE MABBP
(MONTREAL ASSOCIATION OF BLACK BUSINESS PERSONS AND PROFESSIONALS)
May 26, 2003
Latoya Campbell was awarded the Local Excellence Award from the Canada Millennium Scholarship Foundation for her contributions to the Montreal community, as well as the Jackie Robinson Health Science Nursing Scholarship from the MABBP for her work in the Vanier community as well as the Black community.
| While in Vanier,
Latoya has been an English peer tutor, a Math/Science peer coach, and a
member of the student council. In addition, she has put together a network
of students who promote the cause of Doctors with Borders, called MSF Vanier.
In order to gain exposure to the health care field which she endeavors to be a greater part of, Latoya volunteers in the Pathology and Emergency departments of the Jewish General Hospital. She has taught Math to secondary school students during the summer of 2002 in an effort to be a role model to young blacks studying the Sciences. Latoya plans to pursue her studies to be both a physician and an ethicist.