Vanier College is pleased to announce that 17 students received $500 CPMT scholarships to support studies in technical programs leading to jobs that deemed a priority by the Commission de partenaires du marché du travail (CPMT). This represents the first installment on $1700 scholarships. The balance will paid when the students graduate from their programs.
The purpose of the CPMT (Commission des partenaires du marché du travail) scholarships, also known as Fonds de développement et de reconnaissance des compétences de la main-d’oeuvre, is to increase the enrolment in technical programs leading to careers where an important need of skilled professionals has been identified and to encourage perseverance and academic success in these programs.
The selected students must have begun their studies in one of the targeted programs between July 2017 and June 2018, and have successfully completed all their courses. The scholarship students receive a first installment of $500. To obtain the $1200 scholarship balance, the students must successfully complete their program within 4 years.
List of the Vanier College recipients:
Marissa Armoogan Early Childhood Education
Erica Bugarin Nursing
Marissa Gagnon Insurance and Financial Advisory Services
Karam Hamwi Industrial Electronics
Daniel David Huamani Huillca Industrial Electronics
Deniss Ivanov Insurance and Financial Advisory Services
Cynthiaa Khan Insurance and Financial Advisory Services
Kristine Lazaris Nursing
Kian Morot Computer Science Technology
Luz Tulip Nguyen Nursing
Elisha Ritchie-Rawlins Nursing
Khalid Sadat Computer Science Technology
Aruna Singh Extended Nursing
Mayooran Sivapathasundaram Industrial Electronics
Mark Antonio Soliman Computer Science Technology
Jemimah Temtema Insurance and Financial Advisory Services
Demetria Zollo-Ioakimidis Early Childhood Education
Eight of the 17 Vanier CPMT scholarship winners were present at the Entrance Scholarships ceremony held on November 1st. The ceremony was followed by a reception for the scholarship winners and their families.