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HEAVY CIVIL ASSOCIATION OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR

Please ensure that employees of your company are informed of the availability of the HCANL Scholarship Awards for 2018 as outlined below.

Two Scholarships based on Merit, each valued at $1,000.00, will be awarded to a student enrolled in a post-secondary program.  The applicant must be a son or daughter of an employee or owner of a member firm in good standing with the Association and have graduated from high school in the current year.

HOW TO APPLY

Application Forms can be obtained from either your Employer; Lorraine –Tel: 709 364-8811 email nlrbhca@nf.aibn.com or can be viewed on our website www.heavycivilnl.ca. Complete the Application Form and have it signed by a Management representative or Owner of the company.  Send completed Form to Heavy Civil Association of Newfoundland and Labrador, Attention: Lorraine Richards.  The envelope must be clearly marked Tender for HCANL Scholarship

SELECTION FOR SCHOLARSHIPS

Selection of the Scholarship recipients will be based on an average of the applicant’s final marks obtained in Level 3 high school (3000 level courses).  The average of the six best marks including English and Math will determine the winner.

Applications must be “received” by HCANL, P.O. Box 23038, St. John’s NL A1B 4J9 or hand delivered to HCANL Office, 25 Kenmount Road, Suite 208, St. John’s on or before November 9, 2018.

 SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION

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