Volunteerism Awards

In recognition of the volunteer contribution of post-secondary students in service placements in which they have assisted tremendously with the Youth Peer and Youth Peer Outreach, Breakthrough and Parents PEACE programs, EPIC initiated the EPIC Volunteerism Award in 2012. Two awards have been issued annually ever since.

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The volunteerism awards are provided under the following criteria:

Presented by Educational Program Innovations Charity Society to a graduating post-secondary student distinguished for outstanding volunteerism

beyond course requirements

Recipients

2021

CAPE BRETON UNIVERSITY

MacKenna King

NS COMMUNITY COLLEGE-MARCONI

No recipient due to COVID restrictions

2020

CAPE BRETON UNIVERSITY

Heidi White, Community Studies

NS COMMUNITY COLLEGE-MARCONI

John MacEwan, Social Services

2019

CAPE BRETON UNIVERSITY

Shauna Burke, Community Studies

NS COMMUNITY COLLEGE-MARCONI

Emma MacKinnon, Social Services

2018

CAPE BRETON UNIVERSITY

Emma MacIntyre, Community Studies

NS COMMUNITY COLLEGE-MARCONI

Lisa MacDonald, Social Services

2017

CAPE BRETON UNIVERSITY

Shaelyn Marcella Marsh, Community Studies

NS COMMUNITY COLLEGE-MARCONI

Kelsey MacNeil, Social Services

2016

CAPE BRETON UNIVERSITY

Catherine Aimee Burns, Community Studies

NS COMMUNITY COLLEGE-MARCONI

Tanya Nicholson, Social Services

2015

CAPE BRETON UNIVERSITY

Jenna MacEachern, Community Studies

NS COMMUNITY COLLEGE-MARCONI

Emma Grandy, Social Services

2014

CAPE BRETON UNIVERSITY

Brett MacIsaac, Community Studies

NS COMMUNITY COLLEGE-MARCONI

Heather Parsons, Social Services

2013

CAPE BRETON UNIVERSITY

Jessica McComber, Social Services

NS COMMUNITY COLLEGE-MARCONI

Barbara Wynn, Social Services

2012

CAPE BRETON UNIVERSITY

Lauren Rose Gillis, Community Studies

NS COMMUNITY COLLEGE-MARCONI

Frances Hall, Social Services