Special thanks to the Tim Hortons Children’s Foundation for the pictures of the campers at the first Ted Nolan Leadership Camp.
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I just wanted to comment on your presentation that you did at Central Algoma Secondary School. It was an honor to meet you and get my picture with you. The info you handed to us made me learn so much more about life and how different people deal with it, like you and having your dream and well it came true that's amazing!
“One thing that stands out in my mind from yesterday’s assembly was hearing about his parents and how much we take for granted. Be proud of who you are and where you come from because were all the same in God’s eyes.”
Angel Messina St. Paul High School
Reading Rose Nolan’s story has inspired me to complete my degree in knowing that learning is a life long process. Rose Nolan has empowered me to be a strong and resilient Anishnaabe-kwe.
Faith Manitowabi Past Scholarship Winner
"It was eye-opening to hear that he had big dreams even though there was small opportunities because he is an aboriginal. His childhood memories of working hard and not having the basic necessities shows me just how lucky I really am.”
Daniel Stronges St. Paul High School
I reflect with gratitude on the Rose Nolan scholarship and all it has meant to me. The benefits have extended beyond academics and have touched all aspects of my life. It has given credibility to my resume. It has allowed me to develop personally in terms of health and fitness. I hope everyone at the Ted Nolan Foundation and in the Nolan family understand the genuine difference the scholarship makes. Thank you
Carolyn Brown Past Scholarship Winner
“If I could talk to Ted Nolan for a minute, I give him a hug because the presentation was very emotional. I would tell him that he really has made a difference in the world and he should be proud of himself. He’s a role model for all aboriginals as well as human beings."
Cindy Ncuyen St. Paul High School
I am currently teaching College Prep Students of NVIT in the Lillooet Area. I am very grateful and most humbled by the scholarship program and awards that you provide.
Laura John Past Scholarship Winner
I would like to thank and acknowledge the Ted Nolan Foundation for supporting First Nation academics. I am truly honored and humbled to receive such recognition.
Cheryl Recollet 2009 Rose Nolan Scholarship Winner
The zhoonyaa I received from the Ted Nolan Foundation/Rose Nolan Scholarship was very helpful and took a lot of stress off me at that time. I am so grateful to their organization for the opportunity to apply for this prestigious award. If it wasn’t for opportunities such as this I don’t know what students would do.