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Hubert H. Harshman Award

Name

Hubert H. Harshman Award

Type

Graduate

Faculty

Education

Program

Education and Digital Technologies

Year

First year
Second year
Third year
Fourth year

Amount

$3500

Program load

Full-time

General information

One award of $3,500 is available to an eligible student. Student must:

  • Achieve a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5.
  • Be enrolled in the Education and Digital Technologies program within the Master of Arts, Master of Education or the Graduate Diploma program to build on the institutional strengths of information and communication technologies.
  • Demonstrate good citizenship, good social responsibility and leadership in society.
  • Demonstrate community involvement.

About the Donor

The Harshman Fellowships Society (formerly The Institute of Citizenship) was incorporated in 1954 and was founded by Hubert Harshman, founder of Carlton Cards. Mr. Harshman believed that no young person should be prevented from receiving an education because of financial difficulty. The mission of The Harshman Fellowships Society is to promote and encourage Canadians to contribute to the society by providing educational opportunities and funding special educational projects.

Award ID

610072

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