Roy Cooper Memorial Scholarship Application

The Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario offers a $1,000 scholarship award in memory of Roy V. Cooper.

Roy V. Cooper volunteered for over 30 years as a board member of his local chapter in Ottawa, as a board member of LDAO and LDAC, and as a mentor to individuals with LD and/or their families in the areas of self-advocacy and assistive technology.

This scholarship recognizes an Ontario high school student who has a documented Learning Disability and who will be attending a postsecondary institution during the 2014-2015 academic year. The student must be pursuing a bachelor of engineering or a bachelor of science in a physical sciences discipline (please note: physical sciences do not include social sciences or technology majors).

Mr. Cooper spent his working life in the engineering/physical sciences field.

The application form, the Conditions of Acceptance of the Award and a Checklist of required documentation appear below.

Roy Cooper Memorial Scholarship application 2014 (1)

 

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