AUTUMN JENKINSON MEMORIAL ENDOWMENT LEADERSHIP AWARD

Autumn was an outstanding student, with a graduating GPA of 4.03.  She was on the Dean's list several times.  Autumn took her studies seriously and worked hard to develop a facility for critical thinking at a theoretical and practical level.  In addition to being an excellent student, Autumn was a student leader and participated in the Social Work Students Association as Vice-President and President.  Autumn demonstrated a strong commitment to social justice and to social work practice.  Her commitment to social issues extended to an engagement with anti-oppressive practice and child welfare.  Autumn was a single parent with a young school-age daughter.  She managed to balance home, work, school and community commitments with integrity and excellence.

AMOUNT:  Varies (Value of the award will fluctuate each year based on the endowment amount)

AVAILABLE TO:  Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Social Work program.

HOW TO APPLY:  Leadership Award Application form is available on-line at MyUFV.  Log into MyUFV, click on Student Information, click on Student Services, then the tab for Financial Aid.

DEADLINE:  May 10

CRITERIA:

  • demonstration of commitment to social justice
  • preference will be given to students who have completed their social service diploma at UFV and are laddering into the BSW program
  • preference will be given to a single female parent
  • minimum GPA of 3.5
  • demonstration of community involvement in a leadership capacity

 

 

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