CSU 52 is proud to announce the establishment of the Len Douziech Memorial Music Scholarship!
The scholarship is in memory of Len Douziech who passed away in December 2019 while a member of Civic Service Union 52. Len was a committed and involved Union member. He was a Shop Steward and served on the Executive Board as a Trustee. Len was also a member of the Members & Community Support Committee for nine years, including a period as Chair.
As music was a great love of Len and his family, the purpose of the scholarship is to provide support to students entering or enrolled in a music related program at a Canadian post secondary institution.
The scholarship is in place for 10 years and is open to Alberta residents who will be or is attending an undergraduate program.
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Union 52 Benevolent Society established the CSU 52 Len Douziech Memorial Scholarship in memory of Len who passed away in December 2019 while a member of the Union. Len was a shop steward and he served on the Executive as a Trustee. For nine years, he served on the Members and Community Support Committee including as chair.
As music was a great love of Len and his family, the purpose of this scholarship is to provide support to students entering or enrolled in a music-related program at a post-secondary institution.
Permanent resident of Alberta.
Accepted as an undergraduate student at a Canadian post-secondary institution.
Applicants must not be previous recipients of this memorial Scholarship.
The memorial scholarship was established by the Union 52 Benevolent Society and will be administered by and funded through the budget of the Members and Community Support Committee.
Funding for one $1,000.00 scholarship will be available per calendar year. The scholarship will be offered for ten years starting in 2021 and concluding with the 2030/31 academic year.
Completion of the CSU 52 Len Douziech Memorial Scholarship application form is required.
Selection of the successful candidate will be done by the criteria established by the Members and Community Support Committee.
Proof of program acceptance and enrollment in a music-related program will be required prior to being awarded the scholarship.
A T4 will be provided by CSU 52.
The successful applicant will be required to supply their social insurance number before their cheque is forwarded.
Any undergraduate music-related program leading to a diploma or degree that is available through an accredited Canadian post-secondary institution is eligible.
Applications are to be received by the CSU 52 office on or by October 31st.