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Scouts Canada

Scouts Canada

1345 Baseline Rd.
Ottawa, ON, Canada K2C 0A7
Ph: (613)224-5131
Fax: (613)224-3571

Reginald K. Groome Memorial Scholarships (Postgraduate/Scholarship)

Purpose: To enhance the mission of Scouts Canada through recognition of scholastic and other achievement by youth members of Scouts Canada; to encourage continuous self-development on the part of active youth members of Scouts Canada through institutions of post secondary education. Focus: General studies. Qualif.: Program is open to individuals who have not reached their 25th birthday; must have the leadership contribution to scouting; and must have scholastic achievements up to the time of application. Criteria: Candidates will be selected based on merit.

Funds Avail.: No specific amount. To Apply: Application form is available at the website. Applicants must submit an official transcript of record and must attach a typed statement (200 words) discussing the value of scouting in their life. Deadline: April 1.

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