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Bill Struck Memorial Scholarship


Please note you must meet all three of the criteria listed
below to be eligible for consideration for a scholarship:

  1. You must be between the ages of 14-22.
  2. Have applied to one or more post secondary institutions.
  3. Reside, work or attend school in Cambridge.

NOTE: This application requires three letters of reference and a copy of your transcript. Recieved no later than April 30th of the current year. The Bill Struck Memorial Scholarship is based on community involvement, however if the selection of two individuals is difficult, academics will become a factor. If you would prefer to not to submit letters of reference and transcript through the link provided, please put them in a sealed envelope and send to:

Youth Recreation Coordinator
Community Services Department, 4th Floor
50 Dickson Street, PO Box 669
Cambridge, Ontario, N1R 5W8


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The Bill Struck Memorial Scholarship Fund was developed in memory of Councillor Bill Struck to honour his service to the community of Cambridge and his support of youth. Bill contributed to the community in a positive manner by youth to further their education. Bill served 28 years on the Preston, Cambridge and Region of Waterloo Councils until his untimely death on November 17, 1997.

This scholarship has been supported through donations from the City of Cambridge and fundraising initiatives by the Youth Advisory Council Cambridge. The scholarship was created in response to the many youth that are unable to access post secondary education due to financial restraints.

Year 2000 was the inaugural year for the Bill Struck Memorial Scholarship. The City of Cambridge is very appreciative of Bill Struck’s dedication and commitment to the youth concerns in Cambridge and hopes due to the Memorial Scholarship Fund, the memory of Bill Struck will endure.

Personal information in relation to this process is collected under the authority outlined in the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. This information will be used only for the purpose for which it is intended. If you have any questions regarding this collection of personal information, you can contact the Freedom of Information and Privacy Coordinator, who can be reached through the Clerk’s Office at (519) 740-4680. Ext 4583.