Annual Scholarships

ChautauquaScholarshipProgram Poster

Chautauqua Scholarship Program


The Ontario Branch and the Ottawa City Union of The King’s Daughters and Sons supports education through scholarships. The International Scholarships which are funded through a partnership with International and the Ontario Branch are for Canadians studying at any Canadian University in Health Careers (medicine, dentistry, nursing, pharmacy, physical or occupational therapy, and medical technologies) or Student Ministry (Master of Divinity Program). Further information on these scholarships and details about eligibility and the application process can be found on the International website (www.iokds.org).

Both the Ontario Branch and the Ottawa City Union support the Chautauqua Scholarship program , a Christian Leadership program. This is a four-week summer program for young adults, 19 to 25 years of age, who have completed at least two years of university, college or the equivalent in work experience. It is held at the Chautauqua Institution in New York and provides time for reflection, renewal and rejoicing. Further information can be found at www.iokds.org.

The Ottawa City Union has also endowed bursaries at Carleton University, the University of Ottawa and Saint Paul University. At Carleton University the Grace and Ken Johnston Bursary is awarded annually to two full-time students in the Third or Fourth year of the History program and the Elizabeth Wilson Memorial Bursary is awarded annually to a student proceeding from one year to another in music, with preference given to one who is pursuing a specialty in piano, organ or voice. Further information can be found at www1.carleton.ca. A health careers bursary has been endowed at the University of Ottawa. For information on their bursaries visit their website  (www.registrar.uottawa.ca). And, two bursaries in religious studies are endowed at Saint Paul University – one endowed by the Ottawa City Union and the other by the Adanac Circle. In addition, to commemorate the 125th anniversary of the founding of The King’s Daughters and Sons, the Ottawa City Union endowed a $100,000 graduate-level scholarship in Counselling and Spirituality at Saint Paul University in 2011.

The Ottawa City Union participates in the Chautauqua Scholarship Program, enabling a Christian young adult to attend the Chautauqua Scholarship Program.

Scholarship Circle Pictures

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Christine Bougeois, Scholarship Circle, entertains during dinner.

Christine Bougeois, Scholarship Circle, entertains during dinner.


Dianne Smith, Scholarship Circle, accompanies Marc Coderre, Member at Large.

Dianne Smith, Scholarship Circle, accompanies Marc Coderre, Member at Large.

Student Ministry Scholarship Graduation

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Ontario Branch Student Ministry, Graduation

Graduation picture of our Ontario Branch Student Ministry Scholarship student last week-end in Halifax.
Both Mary & Terry will be ordained at London Conference May 24.

The Celebration of Ministry Service will be held at First-St. Andrew`s United Church, London on May 24 at 7pm. At this service our two recent graduates from the Atlantic School of Theology, Mary and Terry Fletcher will be ordained.
Attached is a picture of Mary and Terry at their graduation on May 3. Congratulations to both of Mary and Terry.

Student Ministry Scholarship 2014

Posted by on Aug 10, 2013 in Scholarships | 0 comments

Ontario Branch of The King’s Daughters and Sons is pleased to announce that Mary Fletcher is the recipient of a Student Ministry scholarship for 2014. She will be studying at the Atlantic School of Theology in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Scholarships

Posted by on Aug 7, 2013 in Scholarships | 0 comments

The Ontario Branch and the Ottawa City Union of The King’s Daughters and Sons support education through scholarships. The International Scholarships which are funded through a partnership with International and the Ontario Branch are for Canadians studying at any Canadian University in Health Careers (medicine, dentistry, nursing, pharmacy, physical or occupational therapy, and medical technologies) or Student Ministry (Master of Divinity Program). Further information on these scholarships and details about eligibility and the application process can be found on the International website (www.iokds.org).

Both the Ontario Branch and the Ottawa City Union support the Chautauqua Scholarship program , a Christian Leadership program. This is a four-week summer program for young adults, 19 to 25 years of age, who have completed at least two years of university, college or the equivalent in work experience. It is held at the Chautauqua Institution in New York and provides time for reflection, renewal and rejoicing. Further information can be found at www.iokds.org.

The Ottawa City Union has also endowed bursaries at Carleton University, the University of Ottawa and Saint Paul University. At Carleton University the Grace and Ken Johnston Bursary is awarded annually to two full-time students in the Third or Fourth year of the History program and the Elizabeth Wilson Memorial Bursary is awarded annually to a student proceeding from one year to another in music, with preference given to one who is pursuing a specialty in piano, organ or voice. Further information can be found at www1.carleton.ca. A health careers bursary has been endowed at the University of Ottawa. For information on their bursaries visit their website (www.registrar.uottawa.ca). And, two bursaries in religious studies are endowed at Saint Paul University – one endowed by the Ottawa City Union and the other by the Adanac Circle. In addition, to commemorate the 125th anniversary of the founding of The King’s Daughters and Sons, the Ottawa City Union endowed a $100,000 graduate-level scholarship in Counseling and Spirituality at Saint Paul University in 2011.

The Ontario Branch Website Committee honoured Debbie Ng whom we will miss as she moves west. Debbie made significant contributions to the Autism Circle, The King’s Daughters and Sons Apartments (New Horizons Grant), and the Website Committee. Debbie was the Resident Advisor for the Florence Hall scholarship students participating in the Chautauqua Scholarship Program of The King’s Daughters and Sons at Chautauqua, New York, for the past few years.

The Ontario Branch Website Committee honoured Debbie Ng whom we will miss as she moves west. Debbie made significant contributions to the Autism Circle, The King’s Daughters and Sons Apartments (New Horizons Grant), and the Website Committee. Debbie was the Resident Advisor for the Florence Hall scholarship students participating in the Chautauqua Scholarship Program of The King’s Daughters and Sons at Chautauqua, New York, for the past few years.