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A handful of students from Newfoundland and Labrador headed off to post-secondary education with a little extra money, thanks to scholarships from Newfoundland and Labrador Housing Corporation (NLHC).

The NLHC explained in a press release that scholarships are available to NLHC tenants who are pursuing higher education.

 Youth scholarships are awarded based on the results of scholarship scores, from a student’s performance on public exams through the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development.

Adult scholarships are awarded based on reviews that assess need, initiative, and community involvement.

The following are the 2018 NLHC scholarship recipients, announced in a press release from the NLHC on July 3, 2019:

Youth scholarship winners:

Amber Beck, St. Lawrence, is a graduate of St. Lawrence Academy attending College of the North Atlantic.

Chandler Anstey, Grand Falls-Windsor, is a graduate of Exploits Valley High attending College of the North Atlantic.

Amber Curtis, Grand Falls-Windsor, is a graduate of Exploits Valley High attending College of the North Atlantic.

Ryan Lebrasseur, Labrador City, is a graduate of Menihek High School attending the University of Waterloo.

Marcel Pennell, Corner Brook, is a graduate of Corner Brook Regional High School attending Memorial University.

Adult scholarship winners:

Victoria Hynes, Grand Falls-Windsor, is currently attending Memorial University.

Jeremy Morgan-Chollet, Corner Brook, is currently attending Memorial University.

Victoria Dyke, St. John’s, is currently attending Keyin College.

Melissa Tippett, St. John’s, is currently attending College of the North Atlantic.

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