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Millennium Excellence Award

The Millennium Excellence Award Program is an entrance scholarship for new post-secondary students. It takes into account the students leadership abilities, community involvement, innovation and their academic achievement. The award may be renewed.

2005-2006 Winners

 

Benjamin Gerrior

Years at MUN: One
Program: Engineering
What this award meant to him: I have just entered the engineering program at Memorial University. With my degree, I plan to work internationally, furthering the work of Engineers Without Borders. My scholarship gave me the opportunity to attend the University of my Choice and focus on my studies.

 


Kyle Reese

Years at MUN: One
Program: B.A. (Philosophy major/ History minor)
What this award meant to him: To me, my award meant the recognition and acknowledgement of my community involvements and academic achievements. Most importantly, it facilitated my desire to experience academic life at Memorial University. Awards such as the Millennium Excellence Award aid students with part of monumental student debt faced by those wishing to complete post secondary education. After I receive my arts degree at memorial, I would like to study law, which I must do outside the province. This will require a large financial investment, and it is comforting to know that the government of Canada is helping to ease this burden through such scholarship programs.


Sarah Small

Years at MUN: One
Program: B. Music
What this award meant to her: My name is Sarah Small and I Am currently a piano major at the School of Music with hopes of studying Medicine in the future. I was honored to receive one of the 2005-2006 Millennium Excellence Awards as this scholarship not only provides financial assistance, but also recognizes personal achievement.

Sarah Loveys

Years at MUN: One
Program: Bachelor of Music
What this award meant to her: My award was very important to me as it has given me the financial support to pursue my education without financial concerns. It has given me a sense of accomplishment and independence in knowing I can contribute to my education expenses as I pursue my career goals.

Barrett Porter

Years at MUN: Second
Program: Bachelor of Music
What this award meant to him: It was an honour to receive this renowned award. It has enabled me to pursue my education further, and has given me the pleasure of knowing that my contributions to my community are appreciated and recognized by sponsors at many different levels.

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