Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour
2010-11 NBCC-CCNB entry scholarships awarded (10/07/19)
July 19, 2010
FREDERICTON (CNB) - Seventy-one high school graduates from across the province have received
entry scholarships to attend the New Brunswick Community College (NBCC) or the
Collège communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick (CCNB). Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour
Minister Donald Arseneault made the announcement today.
"I am pleased to see so many students across the province participate actively in their education by
enrolling in our post-secondary institutions," said Arseneault. "By giving each a $1,000 scholarship, we
wish to make post-secondary education even more accessible and to ensure that a greater number of New
Brunswickers can benefit. This initiative will also bring us closer to our goal of self-sufficiency by 2026."
To be eligible for the $1,000 scholarships, recipients must be accepted into one of the province's six
NBCC campuses, five CCNB campuses or the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design. Each high
school was responsible for selecting its applicant. Selection was based on academic achievement,
extracurricular activities and financial need.
Scholarships are awarded in two installments: a $500 reduction in tuition fees at the beginning of the
school year; and a further $500 reduction at the beginning of the second semester upon the successful
completion of first semester courses. The awards are non-renewable.
EDITOR'S NOTE: A list of the recipients follows. MEDIA CONTACT: Thomas Lizotte,
communications, Department of Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour, 506-453-8617.
This year's NBCC-CCBB entry scholarship recipients:
CCNB, Bathurst campus
- Maxime Comeau, Centre scolaire communautaire La fontaine (Neguac);
- Joey Roussel, École Grande-Rivière (Saint-Léonard);
- Philippe Arseneau, Polyvalente W.-Arthur-Losier (Tracadie-Sheila).
CCNB, Campbellton campus
- Corey Charest, Sugarloaf Senior High School (Campbellton);
- Candice Brown, École Aux quatre vents (Charlo).
CCNB, Dieppe campus
- Alexandra Daigle, Cité des Jeunes A.-M.-Sormany (Edmundston);
- Nathalie Gould, École L'Odyssée (Moncton);
- David Huard, École Marie-Gaétane (Kedgwick);
- Nicolas St-Pierre, École Mathieu-Martin (Dieppe);
- Jean-Yves Thériault, École Régionale de Baie Sainte-Anne (Baie-Sainte-Anne);
- Vivianne Roy, École Secondaire Assomption (Rogersville);
- Emilie Allard, Polyvalente Roland-Pépin (Val d'Amour);
- Annie Haché, Secondaire Népisiguit (Bathurst).
CCNB, Edmundston campus
- Sabrina Phillips, Polyvalente A.-J.-Savoie (Saint-Quentin);
- Jessy Cormier, Polyvalente Thomas-Albert (Saint-Léonard-Parent).
CCNB, Acadian Peninsula campus
- Roxanne Gionet, École Marie-Esther (Miscou);
- Mélodie Pinet, Polyvalente Louis-Mailloux (Dugas).
NBCC, Fredericton campus
- Samantha Lynn Thomas, Cambridge-Narrows Community School (Mill Cove);
- Megan Stewart, Doaktown Consolidated High School (Storeytown);
- Shae-Lynn McCoy, Leo Hayes High School (Fredericton);
- Shelby Short, McAdam High School (McAdam);
- Darlene Jean Russell, Oromocto High School (Tracy);
- Josée Arsenault, École Mgr-Marcel-François-Richard (Saint-Louis).
NBCC, Miramichi campus
- Joel Cormier, Bathurst High School (Bathurst);
- Micheal Edward Traer, Dalhousie Regional High School (Dalhousie Junction);
- Justin Edgar, John Caldwell School (Grand Falls);
- Connor Mullin, Miramichi Valley High School (South Esk);
- Krista Nowlan-Roy, North and South Esk Regional High School (Lyttleton);
- Derek Roger Flynn, Stanley High School (Williamsburg);
- Tiffany Crouse, Nackawic Senior High School, (Zealand).
NBCC, Moncton campus
- Aaron Landry, Bernice MacNaughton High School (Moncton);
- Kyle Morehouse, Blackville School (Pineville);
- Jenna Arsenault, Bonar Law Memorial School (Rexton);
- Jeremy Plume, Harrison Trimble High School (Moncton);
- Jesse A. Brown, Harvey High School (Lake George);
- Brandon Marr, J.M.A. Armstrong/Salisbury Middle School (Salisbury);
- Mel Theriault, James M. Hill Memorial High School (Napan);
- Dean Gilles, Minto Memorial High School (Scotchtown);
- Nicolas R. Gallant, Moncton High School (Scoudouc);
- Kelsey Cosman, Petitcodiac Regional School (Havelock);
- Darren Matthews, Riverview High School (Riverview);
- Duy Le Nhat, Saint Mary's Academy (Edmundston);
- Victoria Tower, Tantramar Regional High School (Sackville);
- Ethan Greer, Tobique Valley Middle High School (Odell);
- Rodney Hunter, Upper Miramichi Regional High School (Carrolls Crossing);
- Gregory Morris, École Carrefour Beausoleil (Bellefond);
- Denis Cormier, École Clément-Cormier (Saint-Paul);
- Luc Landry, École Louis-J.-Robichaud (Grand-Barachois).
NBCC, Saint Andrews campus
- Shelby Wilson, Fredericton High School (Fredericton);
- Chelsey Maillet, Fundy High School (Blacks Harbour);
- Brynn Harvey, Grand Manan Community School (Grand Manan);
- Kyle J. Wright, Hartland Community School (Carlisle);
- Chantel Wheaton, Sir James Dunn Academy (Waweig).
NBCC, Saint John campus
- Andrew Totton, Belleisle Elementary/Middle/High School (Midland);
- Megan Whittaker, Carleton North Senior High School (Florenceville);
- Jordan J. Hay, Chipman Forest Avenue School (Chipman);
- Michelle Whalen, Hampton High School (Hampton);
- Colin McQueen, Harbour View High School (Saint John);
- David McCarville, Kennebecasis Valley High School (Quispamsis);
- Nicholas Gaudet, Rothesay High School (Rothesay);
- Adam Douglas Chiasson, Saint John High School (Saint John);
- Wesley Nicholas Aaron Moore, Simonds High School (Saint John);
- Kaitlyn E. McIllwraith, St. Malachy's Memorial High School (Saint John);
- Kalee March, St. Stephen High School (Upper Waweig);
- Rebecca McMurrer, Sussex Regional High School (Norton);
- Patricia Hanley, Centre scolaire Samuel-de-Champlan (Saint John).
NBCC, Woodstock campus
- Marlena Heater Elias, Canterbury High School (Dead Creek);
- Andrea Beers, Woodstock High School (Debec).
New Brunswick College of Craft and Design
- Lydia Hamilton, Caledonia Regional High School (Hillsborough);
- Jenna Brayall, Southern Victoria High School (Tobique-Narrows);
- Julie Goguen, École Sainte-Anne (Fredericton).