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Khmer Youth Scholarship 2016

Annual Meeting and Scholarship 9 Dec 2012 (16)The Khmer-Canadian Youth Association of Alberta is pleased to announce that this year(2016) is going to be the 3rd consecutive year in which the Scholarship will be awarded. This year we have expanded the scholarship program, offering more scholarships and recognizing more students!
We are proud to recognize and award the amazing youth in our community for their
academic excellence and community involvement.

1) Academic Excellence Scholarship –
Applicants in Junior High and Senior High from grade 7 – grade 12 will be eligible for the
scholarship with a value up to $50.00 each. Upon finishing Grade 12, students will be
eligible for four scholarships, the Academic Excellence ‒ Legacy Award, which is worth
up to $500.00 each based on their academic average. Any Grade 12 students that are
not a recipient of the award will continue to be eligible for the Academic Excellence

1. Be a of Cambodian descent residing in Calgary and surround areas
2. Be enrolled full-time in a Junior or Senior High School (gr. 7 – 12)
3. Have earned a minimum cumulative average of 75% in the current grade

DEADLINE – November 30, 2016

2) Community Leadership Scholarship – to be announced

All applications should be sent to:
C/O – Khmer Youth Association of Alberta
REF: Scholarship
7011 Odgen Rd. SE
Calgary, Alberta T2C 1B5

Download file in pdf and fill it. Thank you!

Report on Charity and Scholarship for Cambodian Primary Students


As the committee of Khmer-Canadian Youth Association agreed in a meeting on providing scholarship both in Canada and Cambodia by reserving one scholarship for Cambodian students, this report is arranged to anticipate that agreement. That scholarship will distribute in the kind of gift or other incentives for students such as note-books, pens, pencil, rubbers and other learning instruments.

This year of 2012, the Youth approved $400 including the personal donation of the president $100 to purchase note-books, pens, pencils and rubbers for two primary schools in Siem Reap. These two schools comprise of more than 600 students in between grade 1 to grade 6.

We thank those teachers and volunteers who help distribute those materials for the students.

For the Khmer-Canadian Youth Association, education is its most priority among other tasks it has been carrying out.

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