This award is established in support of the aims of the Ontario Games Program to assist in the development of amateur athletes in Ontario. Successful amateur athletes become the volunteers and leaders of our communities. This award recognizes the successful athletes of today in order to indirectly contribute to the future development of our communities in Cornwall and Stormont, Dundas, and Glengarry.
The Ontario Winter Games Legacy Award will consist of a minimum of two bursaries of $1,000 to be awarded annually to a male and a female student who are graduating from high school, are pursuing post-secondary studies, who have an average of at least 70%, and who have demonstrated athletic excellence in the communities of Cornwall and Stormont, Dundas, and Glengarry.
Application forms will be distributed by the office of the Chief Administrative Officer of the City of Cornwall to the counseling department at each high school, in May of each year.
Each school will be asked to submit the applications of one male and one female candidate who best meet the selection criteria.
Selection of the winning candidates will be made by a Committee consisting of:
The criteria for the award will recognize:
All candidates will be required to submit:
In the event that there are surplus annual funds, additional scholarships will be made available.
All funds for the Ontario Winter Games Legacy Fund will be administered by the Municipal auditing firm, under the advisement of the Selection Committee. Fifty percent (50%) of the award will be given to the successful candidates upon receipt of proof of registration in the Fall semester and again in the Winter semester.
Applications are now being accepted for the 2016 edition of the awards.
APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED BY MAY 20th, 2016.
For additional information, please contact Diane Brown, Administrative Assistant, at (613) 930-2787 ext. 2386.