College of the North Atlantic announces awards

Bonavista and Clarenville campus students receive scholarships

Published on April 20, 2017

College of the North Atlantic (CNA) campuses in the province announced the student awards and scholarships.

There were 226 annual winners, amounting to a value of $240,715 in scholarships. These are in addition to 27 awards, which were presented this past fall, totalling $274,728 in scholarships.

At the CNA Bonavista campus the following were recipients:
• Ally Cox of Bonavista, Cook program. $1,500 from Fry Family Foundation CNA Leadership Achievement Award;
• Benjamin Blackmore of Port Union, Construction/Industrial Electrician program. $1,000 from Harrison McCain Foundation Entrance Bursary;
• Johnathon Langdon of Bonavista, Heavy Equipment Operator program. $1,000 from Avian Group – Eagle Scholarship;
• Joy Brushett of St. Bernard’s, Construction/Industrial Electrician program. $1,000 from Harrison McCain Foundation Entrance Bursary;
• Mackenzie Wheaton of Frederickton, Construction/Industrial Electrician program. $1,000 from Vale NL Maintenance Trade Bursary;
• Nakia Norman of Port Union, Cook program. $500 from Ed Norman Memorial Scholarship;
• Raven Avis of Bonavista, Cook program. $500 from Scotiabank Bursary;
• Ryan Conway of St. John’s, Plumber program. $2,000 from Princess Auto Foundation Industrial Trades Bursary;
• Tyrone Gould from Charleston, Heavy Equipment Operator program. $555 from CNA Nanuk’s High Five Bursary.

At the CNA Clarenville campus, the following were recipients:
• Adam Gwinn of Clarenville, Steamfitter/Pipefitter program. $1,000 from Harrison McCain Foundation Entrance Bursary;
• Cyndi Hickey of Clarenville, Office Administration program. $1,500 from Fry Family Foundation CNA Leadership Achievement Award;
• Dylan Ralph from Burnside, Carpenter program. $2,000 from Princess Auto Foundation Industrial Trades Bursary;
• Leslie Ann Vardy of Hickmans Harbour, Office Administration program. $400 from CNA Faculty and Staff Bursary;
• Lynnea Fitzgerald of Clarenville, Practical Nurse program. $500 from Scotiabank Bursary;
• Mandy Cooper-Paul of Catalina, Home Support Worker/Personal Care Attendant program. $1,000 from Harrison McCain Foundation Entrance Bursary;
• Yvette Mahaney of Clarenville, Business Administration-Human Resources Management program. $555 from CNA Nanuk’s High Five Bursary.