Profile of a Marianopolis student who received financial support and recognition

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Marianopolis College gives many scholarships and other types of financial support to students each year. Here is one such student.

Name: Tejeshwer Singh ’21, recipient of a Silver Key Bursary, awarded to second-year students in good academic standing, who need financial assistance and who demonstrate involvement in the College and their wider community that exemplifies the Marianopolis Mission and Vision.

 Area of study: Honours Health Science

High School: Collège Charlemagne      

University plans: to study in a field related to medicine and health 

What the Silver Key Bursary means to you: I am grateful for the support provided by the College. Obtaining this bursary allowed me to focus on my studies and volunteer activities. I think of Marianopolis as my second home. It is a place that has pushed me to excel academically and enabled me to launch different platforms bringing students together for community endeavours. The memories, stories and experiences I have had here will stay with me forever. As well, I will always be thankful for the dedication from the faculty to help students succeed.

 



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Marianopolis College awards hundreds of scholarships and other types of financial support to students each year. Here is one such student.

Name: Vanessa Krohn ’21, recipient of the Cristina Mucciardi Bursary for a second-year student in any program who needs financial assistance and who demonstrates leadership, interest in entrepreneurship, strong work ethic, volunteer experience and plans for implementing an impactful project or initiative in the larger community

Area of study: Health Science; Sports-Études equestrian, competing at the professional level in Canada

High school: Chateauguay Valley Regional High School

University plans: I would love to study medicine at McGill University or Université de Montréal

What this bursary means to you: The Cristina Mucciardi Bursary means a lot to me because, like Ms. Mucciardi, I am a person who works hard and gives a lot to my community. When I met her, I felt an instant connection with her and by the end of our talk, I felt like I was speaking to a long-time friend. She has inspired me to continue reaching for my goals and to be there for others. I hope to one day be able to support a student much like Ms. Mucciardi does and keep the wheel of giving back in motion.

Next week, on  May 13, you will meet another Marianopolis student who has received financial support from the College.

 


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With a strong commitment to accessibility and to recognizing excellence, Marianopolis College grants scholarships and other types of financial support to help students throughout their studies. Here is one such student.

Name: Marie France San Jose ’21, recipient of several awards when she began Marianopolis, including the Director General’s Merit Scholarship, and during her final year (the Bella Rabinovitch Bursary)

Area of study: Liberal Arts; Law, Society and Justice Certificate 

University plans: I plan to complete both a civil and common law degree here in Canada and to get involved in legal-clinic pro bono work. I then hope to practice litigation, particularly in civil/international human rights law and family law.

What the College’s support means to you: I am grateful to the College and the Marianopolis Millennium Foundation for their immense generosity, which has allowed me to pursue a stellar education full of invaluable learning, enriching experiences and wonderful people and friendships. I’m deeply grateful for many of my professors who were brilliant and helpful, especially Professors Maurice Dufour, Veronica Ponce and Dolores Chew. I’m also very thankful to all the wonderful staff for their support and kindness.

The Bella Rabinovitch Bursary is particularly significant for me, as it makes me feel seen for my perseverance, on top of inspiring me to reach my goals. More importantly, receiving this bursary means a great deal of much-appreciated help for my family, especially given the circumstances of the pandemic. I’m beyond thankful and honoured to be its recipient this year.

Next week, on  May 6, you will meet another Marianopolis student who has received financial support from the College.

 


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Marianopolis College grants many scholarships and other types of financial support to students each year. Here is one such student.

Name: Nirujah Muthukumaru ’21, recipient of a Silver Key Bursary, awarded to second-year students in good academic standing, who need financial assistance and who demonstrate involvement in the College and their wider community that exemplifies the Marianopolis Mission and Vision.

Area of study: Health Science

High school: Collège Reine-Marie

University plans: Since I was a child, my dream and ambition has been to pursue a career in the field of medicine. I will continue to make a positive impact on my community.

What the Silver Key Bursary means to you: I am honoured to have received this bursary. Thank you, Marianopolis Millennium Foundation and Silver Key student club, for supporting your students even in a time of pandemic!

Next week, on  April 29, you will meet another Marianopolis student who has received financial support from the College.

 


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Among the many scholarships and other types of financial support that Marianopolis College grants each year are scholarships for first-year students. Here is one such student.

Name: Marianopolis Student Union President Laurence Liang ’21, recipient of a Director General’s Student Life Scholarship, for incoming students in any program with significant potential to contribute to the quality of student life at the College and who demonstrate a history of involvement in clubs or activities in their school or community

Area of study: Honours Health Science

High School: Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf

University plans: software or mechanical engineering

What did this entrance scholarship mean to you as an incoming student: Being selected breathed renewed confidence in a vision that excites me: making coding as accessible and impactful as possible, which I strived to accomplish through organizing coding events and student government. At the same time, I became more self-conscious to orient my work and energy to help people around me; whenever I worked on a project, I’d always ask myself: how can I make this beneficial to people around me?

Next week, on April 22, you will meet another Marianopolis student who has received financial support and recognition from the College.


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Today, we are introducing you to Liberal Arts student Katalina Toth, who was recognized with a Director General’s Merit Scholarship when she started her studies at Marianopolis in fall 2019.

Marianopolis is committed to recognizing excellence among its incoming students. Here is one such student, now in her last year at the College.

Name: Katalina Toth ’21, recipient of a Director General’s Merit Scholarship for incoming students with stellar high school grades 

Area of study: Liberal Arts

High School: The Sacred Heart School of Montreal

University plans: Harvard University, government major, French minor

What did this entrance scholarship mean to you as first-year student: Not only was it wonderful to feel recognition for the work I had done in high school, but it also motivated me to continue with the projects and passions that I was developing. 

Anything else? I am so grateful to the professors, academic advisors and staff at Marianopolis for the education and opportunities I have received these past two years!

 Next week, on April 15, you will meet another Marianopolis student who has received financial support from the College.