If you or your business would like more information about contributing to the MEI Friends and Alumni Awards, please contact the MEI Advancement Office [ P: 604-859-3700 ext 326 E: firstname.lastname@example.org ]
MEI Friends and Alumni Award Donors
A440 Foundation in recognition of a student who is involved in the music program at MEI and who is pursuing post-secondary education in Business or Agriculture.
Butterley Family Awardin recognition of students pursuing post-secondary education (one award is specifically for pursuing TWU).
Chutskoff Family Award in recognition of outstanding effort in the MEI Band Program, for contributing significantly to this program and for demonstrating Christian character.
Clearbrook Grain & Milling Award in recognition of a strong academic student; exemplifies servanthood and pursuing a career in Agriculture, Science or Business.
Dr. Garry Gill Health Sciences Awardin recognition of a student who is a patient of Dr. Gill’s preferably pursing a career in health sciences.
Evergreen Alumni Award in recognition of a strong academic student pursuing post-secondary education; has participated in the Arts, Athletics and school-related and community service.
Jake Letkemann Memorial Awardin recognition of a deserving MEI student pursuing science or journalism/photography.
Kane, Shannon & Weiler Awardin recognition of a student who has demonstrated significant participation in service to their community and is pursuing post-secondary studies.
Mary Esau Memorial Awardin recognition of a student pursuing post secondary education in Nursing; a good academic student with excellent work ethic and demonstrates financial need. Renewable for up to 4 years while maintaining a 3.0 GPA.
Neil & Rita Klassen Awardin recognition of a student who demonstrates strength in the following: community involvement, volunteer work, strong work ethic, interest in missions, and leadership skills.
Ritchie-Smith Feeds Awardin recognition of a student who demonstrates outstanding contributions in leadership, citizenship, and extracurricular activities; has plans to study agriculture, animal or plant sciences or veterinary studies or business.
VIP Mazda Awardin recognition of a student in good academic standing pursuing post-secondary education; renewable for two years if recipient continues to be enrolled full-time in an approved post-secondary institution and achieves a minimum 3.0 GPA in their first year of post-secondary education.