i2i Scholarships

i2i Scholarships

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Photo Credits: Martin’s Photo Studio

The i2i Intergenerational Society and Spider Agile Technology/DIRTT Environmental Solutions are proud to announce the winner of the first ever Intergenerational Scholarship. The 2009 recipient of the $500 award and book set gift was Amanda Fehr, a grade twelve student from Kalamalka High School in Coldstream, BC. Presenting was Steve Firth, author Marie Firth’s son. The award was made possible from sales of books which were developed through the Intergenerational Immersion Literacy Project. Applicants for the scholarship were required to have an interest in creative writing or illustrating, and had to show previous involvement with seniors. Amanda will be training as a health care worker starting this fall. Congratulations!


2015 i2i Scholarship to Seaton grad, Carly Alexander, Vernon, BC

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Scholarship presented by i2i Director Sarah Hanson


2014 i2i Scholarship to Courtney Kneale

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Scholarship Presented by i2i Director Sarah Hanson


 

2013 i2i Scholarship to Maren Haaben

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Scholarship Presented by President Sam Nolan


i2i Scholarship awarded June 2012 to Azura Kines

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i2i Scholarship awarded June 2011 to Kyra Urbas

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i2i Scholarship awarded June 2010 to Tessa McLaughlin

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The Meadows School Intergenerational Project Gift is available at Kalamalka High School every year. This $500 scholarship is awarded to a Grade 12 student who has involvement with seniors and enjoys writing or drawing.