2011 Scholarship Program

Winners announced

Environmental challenges. Apathy towards social issues. Obesity and health concerns. The impact of technology on interpersonal relationships. These were just a few of the many generational challenges identified by applicants in the second annual Servus Young & Free Scholarship program.

More than 175 students applied for a scholarship this year and Servus is excited to announce the recipients as well as the winners of the People’s Choice Bonus contest!

These 30 young adults each received a $1,000 scholarship

Michelle Albrecht, Edmonton
Amanda Annett, Edmonton
Andie Bains, Edmonton
Hailey Bedford, Devon
Chelsea Colton, Lacombe
Aashna Duggal, Edmonton
Marc Goudreau, Edmonton
Krista Huseby, Rocky Mountain House
Shelby Jackson, Delburne
Kirsten Kinsella, Edmonton
Sophie Koch, Edmonton
Kari Konynenbelt, Three Hills
Kristyn Kurio, Lethbridge
Kelsey Latawiec, Gibbons
Sander Lekas, Rimbey

Jessica MacDonald, Gibbons
Breanna Mielke, Innisfail
Annika Palm, Rimbey
Teri Palmer, Edmonton
Jordan Sekiya, Edmonton
Janelle Seutter, Sherwood Park
Melissa Sim, Edmonton
Ian Stefanuk, Lloydminster
Stephanie Theroux, St. Paul
Samantha Tinworth, Grande Prairie
Kate Van Kruyssen, Cheadle
Punit Virk, Edmonton
Alistair Waugh, Edmonton
Katie Wilson, Canmore
Miles Zurawell, Ardrossan

Earning the most votes in the People’s Choice Bonus contest and winning an iPad are:

Theo Chu, Edmonton
Chelsea Colton, Lacombe
Patrick Kozyra, Sherwood Park

Congratulations and thank you to everyone who applied!

Questions, please email scholarship@servus.ca.

Scholarship applications

 Essay  Video  Bonus Qualifier