Scholarships

Scholarships

​​​​​​​​​We believe that giving young residents the opportunity to attend a postsecondary education or training institution will empower them to become young leaders who will improve their communities. Learn more about each of our scholarship programs:

These scholarships are awarded to residents (of all ages) from the Allenb​u​ry Gardens community to attend a postsecondary education or private training institution. The scholarship recognizes the recipient's leadership in strengthening their community.

Application status: CLOSED
These scholarships are awarded to residents (of all ages) from the Lawrence Heights and Neptune communities​ to attend a postsecondary education or training institution. The scholarship recognizes the recipient's contribution to community development initiatives.

Application status: CLOSED
These scholarships are awarded to residents (25 years or younger) from all communities across Toronto to attend postsecondary education or training opportunities. The Investing in Our Diversity Scholarship program is organized in partnership with Scadding Court Community Centre and the Community Police Liaison Committees of 11, 14 and 41 Division. The scholarships recognize young residents for their contributions to anti-racism, diversity and leadership initiatives.

Application status: OPEN
President and CEO Kathy Milsom has established a scholarship for a student living in TCHC studying engineering full-time at the University of Toronto. The first scholarship will be awarded in the 2018-19 academic year. The deadline to apply is February 1, 2018. 

Application status: OPEN



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