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New Scholarship for Black/African Students

Tags: Vol. 1, Issue 1, October 2020

Humber's Faculty of Social and Community Services is grateful for the support of Punjabi Community Health Services. The organization, helmed by Humber alumnus Baldev Mutta, recently established the Punjabi Community Health Services Scholarship of Excellence, in support of students in either the Bachelor of Behaviour Science or Addictions and Mental Health programs of study. The scholarship will provide financial assistance to a student who self-identifies as Black/African and has demonstrated how they worked on issues related to anti-racism or anti-oppression.

Punjabi Community Health Services is committed to supporting equity seeking groups and specifically students who identify as Black/African. We are grateful to Baldev Mutta and the Board of Directors of Punjabi Community Health Services for their leadership and generosity.

To learn more about this scholarship, and other newly launched scholarships for BIPOC students, please visit Humber’s Advancement and Alumni website here.

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