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As part of ACFO-ACAF’s commitment to professionalism and lifelong learning, the ACFO-ACAF Scholarships Program was created in 2016 to support the educational pursuits of the CT Community and of the next generation of professionals in Canada.
Two of the following scholarships will be awarded in 2023, for a total of two winners:
A call for scholarship applications is sent out during the summer every year.
Applicants are required to submit:
Applications for the 2023 scholarships are now open! Please submit your complete application to firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail to the address below by September 14, 2023.
193 Richmond Road
Please note that incomplete applications will not be considered and it is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure applications are complete.
The evaluation of applications and selection of winners are done by an independent committee. To make the process more fair and unbiased, all personal identification is removed from the applications before they are sent to the evaluation committee.
To facilitate discussion, the committee members will examine the application in detail assigning a score from 1 – 5 on each of the following assessment criteria:
Their judgment is based on the application and supporting documents.
Appeals for reconsideration can be entertained only on the ground that due process, in an administrative case, was not followed.
Scholarship winners are announced at the ACFO-ACAF Annual General Meeting in October.
Merdon Hosking Youth Scholarship: Hovhannes Gasparyan and Lilit Gasparyan
CT Community Professional Scholarship: Daniel Da Silva and Gowthtiriga Nirmalathithakumar
Merdon Hosking Youth Scholarship: Alexandra Eva Machicado-McGee and Grant Wolters.
CT Community Professional Scholarship: Courtney Miller and Yiwen (Maria) Shao.
Merdon Hosking Youth Scholarship: Marie-Ève Trahan.
CT Community Professional Scholarship: Jack Diao.