2015 ENCOMPASS Scholarship Recipients

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We were pleased to award two Scholarships and three Honorary Education Gifts as we continue in our fourth year of our Scholarship Program. We had many qualified candidates to choose from and wish the best to all who applied.

We are pleased to announce the following students who were each given awards from ENCOMPASS.

To qualify, candidates must be a graduating student who has a parent that works for a client of ENCOMPASS and are pursuing post-secondary education in the Fall of 2015.

2015 Scholarship picture

Congratulations to:

Scholarship of $500 each:

  1. Kevin Sokolan – son of Mueller Electric Canada employee, Karen Sokolan. Kevin will be attending UBC Okanagan’s Business Management Program.
  2. Paige Wards – daughter of Peace River Regional District employee, Christina Wards. Paige will be attending the Grande Prairie Regional College to pursue Nursing and Humans Resources.

 

Honorary Education Gift of $200 each:

  1. Kandice Wainwright – daughter of Regional District of Bulkley Nechako employee, Wendy Wainwright. Kandice will be attending University of Northern BC’s Health Sciences program.
  2. Brandon Taschuk – son of Great West Equipment employee, Brad Mitchell. Brandon will be attending UBC Okanagan Nursing Program.
  3. Tye Kitzman – son of Great West Equipment employee, Lyle Gammel. Tye plans to attend UBC Okanagan a degree in Kiesiology.

 

In Addition to the two ENCOMPASS scholarships and three honorary education gifts, individual scholarships were established at various high schools and Colleges served by ENCOMPASS Benefits. Some are administered directly by the school themselves and others by COBBS (Central Okanagan Bursary and Scholarship Society. This non-profit society acts as an administrator for many schools in the Okanagan, receiving applications from students and matching them to scholarships and awards they are eligible for).

2015 Recipients are:

Aberdeen Hall Preparatory School. Kelowna, BC: Corrine Lavinge received $500 scholarship at graduation.

Heritage Christian School, Kelowna BC: Grace Bell received a $500 scholarship at graduation. Grace will be pursuing studies at UBC Okanagan Bachelor of Science Program.

Immaculata Secondary School, Kelowna BC: Emily Haber received a $500 scholarship at graduation. Emily will be attending Okanagan College’s Business Program.

Columbia Bible College, Abbotsford BC: Breanna Willms received $1,000 as a 3rd year student. Breanna will be continuing her studies towards journalism, communications or potentially a career related to policing and will be attending either UBC or UOttawa.

Mennonite Brethren Collegiate Institute, Winnipeg MB: $500 scholarship – Greg McKnight
2014 ENCOMPASS Scholarship Recipients:

Scholarship of $500 each:

  1. Caleb Fox
  2. Stephanie Uittenbosch

 

Honorary Education Gift of $200 each:

  1. Noah Potts
  2. Tristan Knoll
  3. Chris Curran

Aberdeen Hall Preparatory School, Kelowna BC: Carissa Wong $500 scholarship

Heritage Christian School, Kelowna BC: Measha Thompson $500 scholarship

Immaculata Secondary School, Kelowna BC: Michael Barriault $500 scholarship

Columbia Bible College, Abbotsford BC: Courtenay Baker $1,000 as a 3rd year student

Mennonite Brethren Collegiate Institute, Winnipeg MB: Nyasha Giebrecht $500 scholarship

 

2013 ENCOMPASS Scholarship Recipients:

Scholarship of $500 each:

  1. Sekel Pollok
  2. Amy Morin

 

Honorary Education Gift of $200 each:

  1. Daniel Adria
  2. Sydney Rankmore
  3. Rachel McCurrach

 

Heritage Christian School, Kelowna BC: Sophia Ng $500 scholarship

Immaculata Secondary School, Kelowna BC: MacKenzie Hoiland $500 scholarship

Columbia Bible College, Abbotsford BC: Chloe Bentley $1,000 as a 3rd year student

Mennonite Brethren Collegiate Institute, Winnipeg MB: Adam Hermann $500 scholarship

 

2012 ENCOMPASS Scholarship Recipients:

Scholarship of $500 each:

  1. Andre a Livolsi
  2. Sarah Wenzoski

 

Heritage Christian School, Kelowna, BC: Ryan Purnell $500 scholarship

Immaculata Secondary School, Kelowna, BC: Colton Marshall $500 scholarship

Columbia Bible College, Abbotsford, BC: Mark Tymm received $1,000 as a 3rd year student

Mennonite Brethren Collegiate Institute, Winnipeg, MB: Kieran Derksen $500 scholarship

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