Carol Young diligently worked at the Richmond Chamber of Commerce for 25 years, from 1991- 2016. Carol began her career at the Chamber running the front desk and ended her tenure at the top, as the Executive Director of the organization. In between those two roles, Carol liked to joke that she did every job possible… with the exception of book keeping.
Carol Young is a testament to success through hard work and perseverance. During her time at the Chamber, she overcame adversity, but nonetheless grew as a leader.
This $2,500 scholarship is intended to recognize students who exemplify the traits which Carol lives by and to assist them in beginning their post-secondary journey, be it academic studies or the trades.
The Carol Young Scholarship will be awarded to students who have overcome significant adversity in their lives. In spite of the challenges they have faced, they will have demonstrated improvement through their work ethic and have inspired fellow students, sponsored by the Ashton Service Group and the Richmond Chamber of Commerce.
Nomination must be in the form of a 2-3 minute video. All videos are to be done in a ‘selfie’ style, and we ask that it is not edited or re-mastered in any form. Applicants will not be judged on the production quality of their videos but solely the content. We also ask that the student provides two letters of reference.
• Be submitted in mp4, avi, mpeg or wmv format
• Not exceed 3 minutes in length, nor exceed 20mb in size
• Avoid music or editing extras
• Be accompanied with the Information / Media Release Form, included in this package
What adversity have you encountered? How has it impacted you and how have you worked to overcome it? How do you inspire others now or hope to inspire them in the future?
This video can also touch on their academic improvement that has occurred throughout high school. This student may not have the highest grades but through their hard work and perseverance, has made large strides in advancing their academic learning.
• Work experience
• Community involvement
• Recreational activities
• Future aspirations
Submit your application package electronically by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject line “2020 Carol Young Scholarship Application” by May 15, 2020.
Shortlisted applicants will be notified by June 1, 2020.
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ASPAC’s membership with the Richmond Chamber of Commerce has helped us become an integrated part of the community as we develop River Green on the Fraser River waterfront. It has helped strengthen our brand awareness, while connecting us to important networking opportunities with key individuals across the city.
Gary Wong Vice-President & Director - Aspac Developments Ltd.