Bell Aliant Pioneers of New Brunswick Chapter 51 Scholarship Foundation awards six scholarships to local students

Bell Aliant Pioneers of New Brunswick Chapter 51 Scholarship Foundation awards 
six scholarships to local students 
FREDERICTON, June 26, 2013 /CNW/ - Six New Brunswick students have been 
awarded $2,000 scholarships from the Bell Aliant Pioneers of New Brunswick 
Chapter 51 Scholarship Foundation. 
The Scholarship Foundation awards annual scholarships to New Brunswick 
students who are pursuing post-secondary education. Each applicant is assessed 
on several criteria, including academic achievements, community and school 
participation, plans for continued education, demonstrated perseverance and 
the need for financial assistance. 
The 2013 scholarship recipients include: 


    --  Allain Guitard, Fredericton
    --  Malika Jammula, Moncton
    --  Belinda Jones, Moncton
    --  Marie-Christine Melanson-Mallet, Kingston
    --  Kurt Stewart, Fredericton
    --  Leslie Varney, Howard Brook

The Bell Aliant Pioneers of New Brunswick Chapter 51 Scholarship Foundation 
Inc. was formed in 1992 with the goal of helping students in the province with 
physical or mental challenges pursue their education. Since 1992, the 
Foundation has awarded more than $210,000 in scholarships to over 100 students 
in New Brunswick. The scholarships are funded through tax-deductible 
donations, memorials, bequests and a variety of fundraising activities.

About the Bell Aliant Pioneer Volunteers
The Bell Aliant Pioneers are a dynamic network of volunteers who move those in 
need from adversity to achievement. They've been working together for a 
hundred years now, and the positive impact they've had on the lives of the 
people they serve is immeasurable. They're confident in their ability to 
continue making the world a better place, starting right in their own 
hometowns. Deeply connected to their communities, each other and their sponsor 
Bell Aliant, they are committed to meeting the unique needs of their local 
communities through a number of grassroots projects and programs. The work of 
the Bell Aliant Pioneer Volunteers contributes to Bell Aliant's overall 
community investment program.

The Bell Aliant Pioneer Volunteers are part of the TelecomPioneers, the 
largest industry-based volunteer organization in the world. The 
TelecomPioneers boast nearly 620,000 men and women throughout Canada and the 
United States who work together to make their communities better places in 
which to live and work.

Isabelle Robinson Bell Aliant Pioneers of NB - Chapter 51 Scholarship 
Foundation (506) 457-5554 isabelle.robinson@bellaliant.ca

SOURCE: Bell Aliant Inc.

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