Four Young People Committed To Providing Health Services In Both Languages Awarded Scholarships On Tuesday Night
her Masters and Doctorate to research the use of Attention Training Techniques to help those suffering with chronic pain.
Vannessa de Serre received the Donna Draper Scholarship for nursing for the third year -- an award endowed by the Sherbrooke Hospital Foundation when it closed in 2008. Vannessa was proud to bring along her young daughter to teach her that our community rewards hard work and compassion. Currently working as a caregiver for the elderly as she completes the last year of the Champlain nursing program, “elderly people are pretty amazing”, she muses.
Jill Guthrie, a bilingual second year student in nursing at Champlain College also received a Donna Draper Scholarship, but was not in attendance Tuesday night.
The Lampe Foundation, CFUW Sherbrooke & District is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing education support for students from the Eastern Townships and across Canada. It is proud to offer scholarships in partnership with the Sherbrooke Hospital Foundation, the Tillotson Coaticook Region Fund, Bishop’s University and the University of Sherbrooke.
Scholarships make all the difference to students having a hard time making ends meet. The many donors who make these scholarships possible deserve our gratitude, as well as the partners with whose help the Lampe Foundation is able offer scholarships to students who need, and deserve them.
For more information on applying for scholarships or to donate to the Foundation visit www. lampefoundation.org