CORVETTI ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP FUND AWARD RECIPIENTS 2021-22
COSTI is pleased to announce this year’s recipients of the Corvetti Academic Scholarship Fund. The program was created to honour the legacy of Panfilo Corvetti, Director of Education at COSTI, who passed away in 2001. The program recognizes the academic achievement and financial needs of newcomers who are under the age of thirty and enrolled in an accredited post-secondary institution.
The three successful applicants for the 2021–22 academic year are as follows:
- Hala Doumat, a second-year student, pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Biomedical Sciences with a major in Biology at York University. Hala has been living in Canada for the past 4 years.
- Ebunoluwa Ogunmeru, a first-year Economics student at Carleton University. Ebunoluwa has been in Canada for 2 years.
- Oluwaseun Ogunmeru, a first-year student pursuing a Bachelor of Computer Sciences with a major in Software Engineering at Carleton University. Oluwaseun has been in Canada for 2 years.
Congratulations on your success! We know that you will continue to make spectacular achievements throughout your undergraduate years.
About the Corvetti Academic Scholarship Fund
The Corvetti Academic Scholarship Award is named in honour of Panfilo Corvetti, the initiator and driving force behind COSTI’s education and employment programs. In naming this scholarship after him, the COSTI Board of Directors celebrates Panfilo Corvetti’s unique contribution to the agency’s mission, celebrating all immigrants and their children who have established themselves in this country and are now part of the fabric and greatness of Canada.
The Corvetti Academic Scholarship Award is funded by the Corvetti family, COSTI, and individual donations.