New Eligibility Requirements for Prospective Rose Nolan Scholarship Applicants

New Eligibility Requirements for Prospective Rose Nolan Scholarship Applicants

The Ted Nolan Foundation is pleased to announce its new partnership with Sault College.

The Rose Nolan Scholarship will now be administered by Sault College.

Only applicants applying to and attending Sault College will be eligible to apply for the Rose Nolan Scholarship.

Please check the following Sault College Bursary link for more information regarding the Rose Nolan Scholarship and eligibility.

http://www.saultcollege.ca/services/FinancialAssistance/AllAwards.asp

Thank you for your interest in the Rose Nolan Scholarship – Yours in Spirit, Ted Nolan

Meet Teri Jack – 2016 Winner

2016 Rose Nolan Scholarship winner Teri Jack is a member of Attawapiskat First Nation in Ontario. She will be entering her final year at Nipissing University in the Bachelor of Business Administration program.

Teri primarily grew up in British Columbia and started her post-secondary education at Thompson River University when she decided to move back home with her father so that they could be closer to her family. She currently is an Aboriginal mentor for high school students and once a week goes to the community center to mentor students; Teri helps students with a variety of activities that include cooking, beading and cultural teachings.

In December 2015, she attended the Young Entrepreneur Symposium in Vancouver and was motivated by all the inspirational speakers-an event that she feels changed her life.

Meet Jade Roberts – 2016 Winner

2016 Rose Nolan Scholarship Winner Jade Roberts, is a member of Lac La Ronge First Nation in Saskatchewan. She is entering her third year and is enrolled in the Indian Teacher Education Program at the University of Saskatchewan. Also, Jade is on several student councils including the Northern Administrative Student Association, the Indigenous Student Council and the ITEP student council and is very excited to be a voice on campus for many students.

Helping youth has always been a passion for Jade; she has a coaching certificate in hockey, track and field and volunteers her time helping young athletes better themselves. Moreover, Jade coaches in the Saskatchewan First Nation Summer/Winter Games and FSIN Youth Hockey Championships.

Meet Tricia McGuire Adams – 2016 Winner

2016 Rose Nolan Scholarship winner Tricia McGuire Adams is a member of Bingwi Neyaashi Anishinabek, Ontario. She is entering her fourth and final year in the Ph.D. Human Kinetics program at the University of Ottawa.

Tricia achieved an A+ grade point average in all of her PhD course work at the University of Ottawa and her Masters of Arts Degree was completed in the Indigenous Governance Program at the University of Victoria.

Tricia volunteers with Friendship Centres -specifically the Odawa Native Friendship Centre. For the past seven years she has been a kettle bell instructor and has also been an advisory committee member for the Aboriginal Justice Program. Additionally, Tricia writes funding proposals for the Urban Aboriginal Healthy Living Program.

Meet Haylea Clyne – 2016 Winner

2016 Rose Nolan Scholarship winner Haylea Clyne is a member of Brokenhead Ojibway Nation in Manitoba. She will be entering her 4th year in the Bachelor of Nursing program at the University of Manitoba.

It was not an easy journey for Haylea as she struggled for many years feeling insecure about herself while she was in school. When she was finally ready to make some changes she applied to Adult Education but had a difficult time getting into university; however, with a great deal of effort and persuasion she entered on a conditional acceptance. That year, Haylea made the Dean’s honour list and was featured in a pamphlet for the aboriginal Nursing Cohort. Furthermore, she was asked to speak during orientation.

Haylea is the 2016/2017 University of Manitoba, Nursing Students Association Indigenous Representative and is a member of PACT which mentors first year university students who are pursuing a nursing degree. Finally, Haylea is a member of the University of Manitoba’s Aboriginal Students Association.