Trevor Wingrove Bursary Fund

Description of donor:

Trevor Wingrove Bursary Fund

The Trevor Wingrove Bursary Fund was established in 2013 in the memory of Trevor Wingrove, a long-time local lacrosse star and respected City of Coquitlam manager who died of cancer at the age of 42 in 2010.

Purpose of Fund:

Bursaries are to be awarded for post-secondary education or training to a student-athlete who has played lacrosse with the Coquitlam Minor Lacrosse Association for at least two years. Winners must graduate from high school, have a good academic record, and exemplify some of the qualities that made Trevor Wingrove an inspiration on and off the lacrosse-box floor, including: leadership; performance; dedication, commitment and perseverance; and sportsmanship (respect for teammates, opponents, officials and self).

Eligibility:

To be eligible, the applicant must:

  1. demonstrate financial need
  2. have a history of school and community involvement
  3. demonstrate academic success sufficient to enter post-secondary education
  4. have played lacrosse with the Coquitlam Minor Lacrosse Association for at least two years
  5. exemplify the qualities of leadership, performance, dedication, commitment and perseverance
  6. begin studies at a recognized post-secondary institution within three years of formal notification of selection

submit a written report upon completion of the applicable term of studies

How to apply for this fund:

This fund is reopened with a new deadline of midnight, March 29, 2019. Keep in mind this bursary is available to individuals who have been with CMLA for at least two years. The application is below - please ignore the deadlines in the application but ensure you select the Trevor Wingrove Bursary. 

Click on the following to download your application

Trevor Wingove Bursary Application

Once downloaded, rename the file to FirstName_LastName.pdf. Follow the instructions in the application on how to submit your application. Please ensure you submit all requested information. (NOTE: If the file opened in your browser do not enter data as you cannot save the file properly. Ensure you have downloaded the file onto your hard drive, then change the file name and open it with your Adobe Acrobat Reader).

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