uReport: Toronto students awarded Diabetes Hope Foundation scholarship

Community Jun 09, 2017 Scarborough Mirror

Three Toronto students have been recognized by Canada’s Diabetes Hope Foundation as one of 45 scholarship recipients this year on Monday, May 29.

The scholarship program began 19 years ago and has awarded more than 600 scholarships since to highlight the personal triumphs of young adults who face problems associated to Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.

The scholarship recognizes the young people living with diabetes who have an unwavering commitment to managing their health and have excelled in their academic achievements, demonstrating leadership skills and volunteerism in the community.

Hannah is a Grade 12 student from Toronto who plans to attend university to study computer science.

She was awarded the BMO Financial Group Scholarship.

Shiva Torkamani from Toronto is a diabetic with celiac disease.

She will attend university in hopes of completing a degree in business commerce and was awarded the Scotiabank Scholarship.

Abigaile Green from Scarborough is very athletic and played many sports despite her diabetes.

She plans to attend university to study civil engineering and received a Jeremy & Judith Freedman Scholarship.

The annual application window for the scholarship program will open in October 2017 and youth with diabetes going into post-secondary are invited to apply.

For more information, visit www.diabeteshopefoundation.com.

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uReport: Toronto students awarded Diabetes Hope Foundation scholarship

Scholarship recognizes youth who have excelled in academics

Community Jun 09, 2017 Scarborough Mirror

Three Toronto students have been recognized by Canada’s Diabetes Hope Foundation as one of 45 scholarship recipients this year on Monday, May 29.

The scholarship program began 19 years ago and has awarded more than 600 scholarships since to highlight the personal triumphs of young adults who face problems associated to Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.

The scholarship recognizes the young people living with diabetes who have an unwavering commitment to managing their health and have excelled in their academic achievements, demonstrating leadership skills and volunteerism in the community.

Hannah is a Grade 12 student from Toronto who plans to attend university to study computer science.

She was awarded the BMO Financial Group Scholarship.

Shiva Torkamani from Toronto is a diabetic with celiac disease.

She will attend university in hopes of completing a degree in business commerce and was awarded the Scotiabank Scholarship.

Abigaile Green from Scarborough is very athletic and played many sports despite her diabetes.

She plans to attend university to study civil engineering and received a Jeremy & Judith Freedman Scholarship.

The annual application window for the scholarship program will open in October 2017 and youth with diabetes going into post-secondary are invited to apply.

For more information, visit www.diabeteshopefoundation.com.

*What is uReport? uReport enables our readers to submit photographs and videos from local events, written reports on things happening around Toronto, letters to the editor and event listings. Submissions, made through insidetoronto.com or via email at newsroom@insidetoronto.com, are reviewed by an editor before being published on our website. Select submissions will appear in the newspaper. More than 270,000 individuals visit www.insidetoronto.com every month which makes this a great opportunity to share your information with a broad audience.

uReport: Toronto students awarded Diabetes Hope Foundation scholarship

Scholarship recognizes youth who have excelled in academics

Community Jun 09, 2017 Scarborough Mirror

Three Toronto students have been recognized by Canada’s Diabetes Hope Foundation as one of 45 scholarship recipients this year on Monday, May 29.

The scholarship program began 19 years ago and has awarded more than 600 scholarships since to highlight the personal triumphs of young adults who face problems associated to Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.

The scholarship recognizes the young people living with diabetes who have an unwavering commitment to managing their health and have excelled in their academic achievements, demonstrating leadership skills and volunteerism in the community.

Hannah is a Grade 12 student from Toronto who plans to attend university to study computer science.

She was awarded the BMO Financial Group Scholarship.

Shiva Torkamani from Toronto is a diabetic with celiac disease.

She will attend university in hopes of completing a degree in business commerce and was awarded the Scotiabank Scholarship.

Abigaile Green from Scarborough is very athletic and played many sports despite her diabetes.

She plans to attend university to study civil engineering and received a Jeremy & Judith Freedman Scholarship.

The annual application window for the scholarship program will open in October 2017 and youth with diabetes going into post-secondary are invited to apply.

For more information, visit www.diabeteshopefoundation.com.

*What is uReport? uReport enables our readers to submit photographs and videos from local events, written reports on things happening around Toronto, letters to the editor and event listings. Submissions, made through insidetoronto.com or via email at newsroom@insidetoronto.com, are reviewed by an editor before being published on our website. Select submissions will appear in the newspaper. More than 270,000 individuals visit www.insidetoronto.com every month which makes this a great opportunity to share your information with a broad audience.