Scholarships & Bursaries
Gordon Hooey Memorial Scholarship Fund
For the advancement of the sport of curling through the development of athletes and coaches.
The Gordon Hooey scholarship fund is administered through the Victoria Foundation in perpetuity. Ideally, it will go to juniors interested in becoming coaches, but it could also support the post-secondary education of juniors who have demonstrated a commitment to becoming top-level curlers and who show leadership skills in their communities.
It is not given as cash grants, but goes directly to the Canadian institution or organization to which the applicants are applying.
Applications must be received at the Curl BC office, to the attention of the Awards Committee, no later than December 15th annually.
For further information or questions, please contact Penny Bartel at ac.cblrucnull@letrabp
How to apply:
Print the Application Form (click here) complete all sections and return the application package by mail or fax to Curl BC, Attention: Awards Committee. All applications must include: 2 references (1 from someone who knows you through curling), proof of acceptance or registration at a post secondary institution, and a handwritten letter in business style format. Applications can be scanned and emailed to the office, but the letter must be hand-written. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Camosun College Foundation
The Canadian Senior Men’s and Ladies’ Championships, 1991 Bursary provides support for residents of BC who are enrolled full-time at Camosun College in Victoria. Consideration is given to students who maintain satisfactory academic standing, have financial need, are passionate about the sport of curling and who either play, volunteer or are a member of a curling club in BC.
Applications are made through the Financial Aid office at Camosun College during two assigned timeframes posted on the Financial Aid website www.camosun.ca
For further information, students also email ac.nusomacnull@noitadnuof.