Scholarships/Awards

The Association offers annually, one (1) scholarship in the amount of $1,000 to a returning full-time student entering into the Community and Environmental Planning Concentration at the Centre of Geographic Sciences (NSCC COGS) whom has completed year one of the Geographic Sciences Diploma Program in good academic standing and demonstrates superior work habits in a group situation. These funds are held in trust by NSCC COGS and credited to the student's account upon the start of their second-year.

In 2017, the following student was the recipient of the scholarship. 

David Trenholm

                                                                                                 

The Association presents annually, the Tim LeFurgey Memorial Award to a graduating student who demonstrates best overall achievement in fulfilling the requirements in the Community and Environmental Planning Diploma Program at the Centre of Geographic Sciences (NSCC COGS).  Through this award we are recognizing the future contribution they will make to the planning profession. In addition, a one (1) year membership in the AAPT is provided and they are encouraged to be an active member of this Association.

In 2017, the following student was the recipient of the Tim LeFurgey Memorial Award:

Erin van Deudekom

 


Past Recipients:

2016: Tippy Scott, Tim LeFurgey Memorial Award

2015: Sylvia Dixon, Scholarship
2015: Tippy Scott, Scholarship
2015: Carissa Philippe, Tim LeFurgey Memorial Award

2014: Anna McCormick, Scholarship
2014: Carissa Philippe, Scholarship
2014: Kirsten Harrison, Tim LeFurgey Memorial Award

2013: Kirsten Harrison, Scholarship
2013: Ariel Vallis, Scholarship
2013: Megan Fraser, Tim LeFurgey Memorial Award

2012: Megan Fraser, Scholarship
2012: Nelson Lockwood, Scholarship
2012: Jeff Knott, Tim LeFurgey Memorial Award

2011: Jeff Knott, Scholarship
2011: Jessica Rhodenizer, Scholarship
2011: Erin Covill, Tim LeFurgey Memorial Award

2010: Heather Archibald, Scholarship
2010: Myretha McInnis, Scholarship
2010: Adam Robertson, Merit Award