IB Diploma Candidate Amy Dai Semi-Finalist for Loran Scholars Award
by Submitted Article - Monday, December 12, 2016
Congratulations to Amy Dai (Front Row, Centre) on being selected as a semi-finalist by the Loran Scholars Foundation! Amy will attended regional interviews in Fredericton on December 10th as part of the selection process for the Loran Awards, Canada's largest and most comprehensive undergraduate scholarship program.
The Loran Scholars Foundation received 4,438 applications this year from schools across the country. Only the top 10% of candidates are selected as semi-finalists, based on evidence of character, service and leadership potential.
After regional interviews, 84 students across Canada will be invited to interview at the national level. Up to 32 students will be chosen as Loran Scholars, after national interviews, with each scholar receiving a Loran Award valued at $100,000 over four years.
The Loran Scholars Foundation is a national charity that identifies and supports young leaders of character. In addition to selecting Loran Scholars, it will grant up to 54 finalist awards ($3,000 each) and 40 provincial awards ($2,000 each) to promising candidates