Normand Forest Leadership Program


2020 07 Comment donner How to give Normand Forest

If you would like to donate to the Normand Forest Leadership Program, here are the options:

  • Sending via e-transfer to this e-mail address: payments@usudbury.ca
  • Sending a cheque by mail, with mention of the program, to: University of Sudbury, 935 Ramsey Lake Rd, Sudbury, Ontario, P3E 2C6 
  • Fill out this form to pay with a credit card, and send to Lynne Cyr (lcyr@usudbury.ca)

We extend our deepest condolences to the family and loved ones of Mr. Forest. We share your sorrow in these difficult times. We also keep great memories of him.


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Congratulations to the 2019-2020 recipients: Aryan Puri, Isabelle Minor and Mikèla Lemieux!

 
To see the 2018-2019 group of students chosen, click here.

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Deadline: September 30 


Associated scholarship: up to $1,500

Be a leader, have an impact… and help finance your studies!

In addition to receiving a scholarship, students selected for the Normand Forest Leadership Program will form a group of undergraduate students that will take on a leadership role and help shape the student experience at the University of Sudbury. Students will meet periodically to discuss programming and activities, participate in university governance, engage in professional and leadership development training as well as networking opportunities.

As they learn about governance, students involved in this program will also be tasked with advising the President and Vice-Chancellor on a variety of topics, discuss current issues at the university and provide feedback and opinions reflective of the student body in order to enhance their educational and social experiences while at the University of Sudbury.

Sample activities:
-Workshops on governance
-Discussion forums on student experience, programming, institutional policies, various initiatives, etc.
-Participation in various Senate and Board of Regents committees, thus the possibility to play a key role in the governance of the institution and have an impact
-Professional networking opportunities

In order to qualify for the program, applicants must:
• Be enrolled in 6 credits or more at the University of Sudbury or residing in its Residence
and
• Fill out and submit the application or be recommended by a professor or administrator of the University

APPLICATION FORM

Contact for questions and to submit completed forms: usudreg@usudbury.ca 

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