The Future of New Brunswick: Meet the Winners of ONB’s #NBProud Bursary
ONB is dedicated to helping talented New Brunswick students begin their careers at home. To that end, ONB’s Board of Directors has awarded bursaries valued at $1,000 each to 10 New Brunswick students.
Many first-year students rely on scholarships and bursaries to survive the ramen-filled ends of a semester when money gets tight. With this #NBProud Bursary, ONB is helping students not only make it through that first year but remain in this province in the process. The more students choosing a post-secondary education in New Brunswick, the larger and stronger our future provincial workforce will be.
As an ONB summer intern and international student, I’ve seen first-hand ONB’s commitment to students — both local and from away — who will become the province’s future business leaders. The #NBProud Bursary is a fine example of the work being done to ensure students find great opportunities in New Brunswick.
Let’s meet this year’s winners!
Mackenzie is from Indian Mountain. She recently graduated from Harrison Trimble High School and will be studying history at Mount Allison University in the fall.
Connor is from Nackawic and a recent graduate of Nackawic High School. He plans to attend the University of New Brunswick Fredericton in the fall to study engineering.
Jolaine is from Rivière du Portage. She recently graduated from Polyvalente W.-Arthur-Losier and will be attending Université de Moncton to study psychology.
Nicholas is from Fredericton. He just graduated from Fredericton High School and will be attending the University of New Brunswick’s Fredericton campus for mechanical engineering.
Brianna is a student from Targettville. She recently graduated from Bonar Law Memorial High School and is attending the University of New Brunswick’s Fredericton campus in the fall to study science.
Blake is from Rothesay and is a recent graduate of Kennebecasis Valley High School. He plans to study computer science at the University of New Brunswick’s Saint John campus in the fall.
Véronique is from Petit-Rocher. A graduate of École Secondaire Népisiguit, she will be studying community health sciences at Université de Moncton this fall.
Madison is from Grand Manan and is a recent graduate of Grand Manan Community School. She will be attending the University of New Brunswick, Saint John campus in the fall to study nursing.
Jodi is from Bay du Vin. She is a recent graduate of James M. Hill Memorial High School and is planning to attend St. Thomas University this fall to study psychology/social work.
Jonathan is from Edmundston and is a graduate of Cité des Jeunes A.-M. Sormany. He plans to study health sciences at Université de Moncton’s Edmundston campus in the fall.
Our congratulations go out to all 10 of these outstanding students. Best of luck to all of them in the fall!