OSSTF/FEESO offers fellowships and grants to members to assist with their educational endeavours each year. The following are the recipients for the 2021–2022 academic year.
The S. Hunter Henry Grant assists members in their studies at a university or college of their choice. The recipients of the S. Hunter Henry Grant are Victoria Marcil, District 20, Halton, Jeanne D’Arc Tchigio, District 32, Centre-Sud-Ouest de l’Ontario, Cindy Collins, District 24, Waterloo, Andrea Miller, District 13, Durham, and Alice Agosta, District 32, Centre-Sud-Ouest de l’Ontario.
This year’s recipient of the I.M. (Brick) Robb Fellowship is Tyler Walkland, District 17, Simcoe. This fellowship assists members with doctoral studies at a university of their choice.
The Dr. S.G.B. Robinson Travelling Grant was awarded to Karen Vandewint, District 25, Ottawa-Carleton. This is a grant that allows members to travel for the purpose of serving education.
The J.W. Ansley Grant is designed to assist/support OSSTF/FEESO members’ research projects of a practical nature which are currently topical and the results of which will primarily benefit the classroom practitioner and/or educational programs or curriculum. No applications were received for this grant.
The Educational Enhancement Grant assists members with their studies leading to a first undergraduate degree/diploma/certificate at a university or community college of their choice, or in gaining a secondary school diploma from a publicly-funded secondary school. There were no recipients for the Educational Enhancement Grant.
OSSTF/FEESO congratulates all of the applicants and wishes them success in their studies. Application forms and other criteria concerning these fellowships and grants are available here. The OSSTF/FEESO Educational Services Committee Scholarships & Awards Work Group administers the fellowships and grants.
The deadline for applications is April 1, 2022 for the 2022–2023 academic year. Please direct your questions regarding these fellowships and grants to Rob Dubyk at the Provincial Office or by phone 416-751-8300 or 1-800-267-7867.