Joseph T. Norton Scholarship Application


*** Please note that the Joseph T. Norton Willis Scholarship
is no longer available. ***


Any Aboriginal student in Canada who wishes to apply may do so directly to Willis College by July 1st. The selection will be made by The Joseph T. Norton Scholarship Board of Trustees and will entitle the candidate to attend the program of his/her choice at Willis College.

Selection Process:

Basis of Selection

The Selection Committee is looking for candidates with proven intellectual and academic ability, integrity of character, interest and respect for fellow human beings, ability to lead, appreciation for technology and initiative to use their talents to the fullest.

Method of Selection

A Selection Committee consisting of representatives of the Joseph T. Norton Scholarship Board of Trustees will choose the successful candidate. The decision of the Selection Committee is final.

Method of Application

The completed application, with all the required information must be forwarded to:

Selection Committee Joseph T. Norton Scholarship Board of Trustees
c/o Willis College of Business & Technology
85 O'Connor Street
Ottawa, ON K1P 5M6

Admission Status

The applicant must:
(i) Have a minimum of Grade 12 high school or be of age of 19 and over; and
(ii) Provide a transcript of marks from previous academic institutions

Payment of Award

The successful candidate will be presented the award and a commemorative certificate at the Joseph T. Norton Scholarship Award Annual General Assembly, which is held each summer at Willis College.


     
 


 

 

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