DONICH ENTREPRENEURIAL SCHOLARSHIP
A $1,000 award will be presented to an undergraduate or law student distinguished by work experience and academic achievement. This award was established in 2018 and is intended to award students with proven employment and academic achievement.
Donich Law is a trusted Toronto Law Firm, offering experienced, creative and skilled legal representation for both domestic and international clients. The Firm’s reputation was built on hard work, perseverance and dedication to customer service. The scholarship intends to reward students who have demonstrated and share these core values of the Firm’s success.
Jordan Donich has been consulted for expert commentary from CTV National News, CBC Radio – As it Happens, National Post, CityNews, Canadian Lawyer Magazine, 680News, CP24, CHML, AM640 Radio, Scott Thompson Show, The Bill Kelly Show, The Record, CTV News, Chatelaine Magazine, Omny.fm, CBC News, Toronto Star, Law Times, Global News, Breakfast Television, Métro Montréal, The Globe and Mail and VICE News.
He is a regular guest on Global News Radio, has lectured at the Schulich School of Business and been featured in Forbes, Entrepreneur Magazine, and Business Insider. He is also regularly involved in various political, business and charitable events in Toronto.
2018 Winner – Stephen Sisson
Applicants must be enrolled full-time at the University of Manitoba in good standing. Applicants must submit a Curriculum Vitae, references and transcripts to the Firm, which will be forwarded for adjudication.
Applicants must write a 500 word essay explaining why they believe they meet the criteria for the scholarship. Essays will be judged based on the quality of writing and relevance to the purpose and objective of the scholarship. All submissions will be reviewed by Jordan Donich and the winner notified by email.
The deadline to apply is November 30, 2019, with the scholarship to be provided by December 31, 2018. All material and attachments can be sent with the attention of scholarships to [email protected]