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June 16, 2021

Keyano College has received student awards for Indigenous students

Nine Indigenous students at Keyano College are receiving student awards thanks to a generous donation made by True North Valve Solutions.

The Edmonton-based company has committed $5,000 which will go directly to supporting Indigenous students at the College.

Ken Braget, President of True North Valve Solutions, contacted the Advancement department in fall of 2020 to create a new student award to specifically help support Indigenous students. Rather than basing criteria on traditional measures such as, financial need or volunteerism, he wanted to give his award to Indigenous students who are struggling and have experienced barriers in their pursuit of an education.

Initially the commitment was for $2,000, but whilst reviewing applications, Braget decided to more than double this award to support every eligible student who applied.

Commenting on the awards, Mr. Braget said, “It’s been amazing to be able to support these students and I know this money will make a huge difference to their college experience. I am even more convinced of the importance of education after reading these applications, every single one struck a chord with me.”

Dale Mountain, Interim President & CEO said, “Removing barriers to education is the goal of every post-secondary institution and we are so fortunate at Keyano College to have such dedicated community partners.  We appreciate Mr. Braget’s contribution to our Indigenous students and know it will significantly enhance their educational success.”

Manager of Advancement, Kerry Ferguson, said, “We are always grateful for student award donations, it is the best way to directly impact the student experience as we find finances are the biggest barrier to education. To find donors who match our passion for accessible education is always rewarding.”

Keyano offers over $300,000 in bursaries and scholarships every year in student awards to help reduce barriers to education and support student success.

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