New Path Foundation
New Path Youth & Family Services
GLEN NEWBY SCHOLARSHIP FUND
Provides funding support to young adults affected by adversity and challenges in order to help them achieve their learning goals.
The Glen Newby scholarship is made possible through the collaborative efforts of New Path Foundation and New Path Youth & Family Services. The purpose of the scholarship is to support and honour the legacy and commitment of Glen Newby and his work in child and youth mental health. It was through his view of providing options in an encouraging way which has supported both organizations in assisting young people in successfully overcoming adversity.
Applications will open in January 2021. Watch our social media pages for more details.
To be eligible for this scholarship, applicants must meet the following criteria:
- be a young person up to the age of 24 entering in OR continuing in post-secondary education and/or apprenticeship programs
exhibit a strong commitment to pursuing and completing a credential at a post-secondary institution or apprenticeship program
special consideration will be given to youth and young adults in Simcoe County impacted by mental illness
permanent residency in Simcoe County
OSSGD completed or in progress required to apply
participant in activities that promote the greater good of the community
TWO SCHOLARSHIP STREAMS
- $2,500 award
one award available
non renewable, but may apply for stream two in subsequent years
must be graduating or have graduated high school with plans to enter into the first year of a post-secondary institution or an apprenticeship program in the fall of 2021 within Simcoe County
- a $1,250 award
two awards available
continuing studies anywhere in Canada at a post-secondary institution or apprenticeship program in the fall of 2021
No automatic consideration in this stream. Applicants must re-apply each year to be considered.
The application deadline has passed.
Please check back in January 2022 for next year's application.
Past Scholarship Recipients
Elli will be entering her first year of studies at the University of Toronto with a major in Computer Science. She is excited to be pursuing post-secondary studies and hopes to work in technology hubs (possibly San Francisco) in the future. She has volunteered with Goodwill Industries and Youth Nation Alliance in the past in customer service and event planning. Her journey has connected her with New Path Youth & Family Services in the past and has enabled her to understand and appreciate the importance of self-care, self-love, perseverance and patience. Today she is excited to be taking the next step of her journey while helping others in the community at the same time.
Holly Kehoe is currently studying Social Work at Lakehead University. She will receive her Honours Bachelor of Social Work degree at the end of this school year and is passionate about supporting individuals struggling with mental illness. She hopes to pursue either a Master of Social Work or clinical work after graduation. Holly is an active volunteer in her community and has gifted her time to many organizations including Big Brothers Big Sisters Orillia, Couchiching Jubilee House, Kids Help Phone, Gilda’s Club and Best Buddies.
Josiah is a Barrie resident and will be studying dental hygiene at Georgian College. He hopes to become a registered dental hygienist in Ontario. In high-school he volunteered as a mentor and helped new students transition successfully into the school. Jossiah has also volunteered for Christmas Cheer and in a local senior’s home. He is thankful for this scholarship which will help him focus on his studies and dreams of finishing his education.