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Our application form for the 2015 Make It Right Scholarships will be available in February 2015.

Research shows that many students who enroll in college, including those enrolled in construction courses drop out before completing their training.


The Holmes Foundation’s Make It Right® Scholarships are designed to encourage students in Canadian colleges and universities who have demonstrated a commitment to excellence in residential renovation or construction to complete their academic training.

 
Every academic year The Holmes Foundation will award up to ten scholarships of $1,500 each - up to five will be awarded to male students and up to five will be awarded to female students. The students must be entering or enrolled in a residential construction program at a Canadian college or university. The scholarships will be awarded in trust to students who are judged by The Holmes Foundation to have combined academic excellence with a commitment to a career in residential construction or renovation.

 

The Holmes Foundation would like to congratulate the 2014 Make It Right® Scholarship recipients:

 

  • • Michael McAllister- Renovation Technician co-op, Niagara College
  • • Adam Kelly- Construction Carpentry Advanced Housing, Algonqin College
  • • Victoria Hoffman- Architectural Technician, Georgian College
  • • Jammie McLean- Home Inspections, Sault College
  • • Gillian Flynn- Construction Enginerring Technology,George Brown College
  • • Tyson Jardine- Electrical, BayTech College
  • • Brandon Freund- Construction Skills, Sir Sandford Fleming
  • • Brodie Hill- 309A Electrical (RS), George Brown College
  • • Gregory Pynn- T148 Bldg Renovation Tech, George Brown College
  • • Catherine-Rose Lane- Renovation Technician co-op, Niagara College
  • • Yiing Wi (Jayne) Liau- Carpentry, BCIT
  • • Catherine Doyle- Electrical Construction, NBCC - Miramichi
  • • Stephanie Hubbard- Electrical Techniques, Georgian College