Jonathan Hauck Memorial Scholarship
Inagural Year to award from the scholarship fundUpdated Tuesday September 5, 2017 by Kanata Baseball Association.
Jonathan Hauck was an ongoing member of Kanata Little League Baseball as both a player and a volunteer. He was a talented musician at an Arts high school playing Guitar, Bass, and French Horn, who went on to study History and Political Science at Carleton University. He also worked part time jobs on and off campus. His passion outside of work and school was his car and all things automotive. As a young adult he was hardworking, outgoing, and helpful whenever the opportunity arose. His unexpected passing left a lasting effect on all those who knew him. This scholarship is established to help us remember Jon and his everlasting spirit.
Kanata Baseball Association believes in education as being fundamentally important to our members and is to be encouraged as a life goal. This includes but is not limited to University, College and Trade training programs both in Canada and abroad.
One $500 award will be made in each year there are eligible applications. Depending on funding level and number of applicants, additional awards may be granted.
In order to be eligible for this scholarship, the following criteria will be considered:
Must have spent 4 years in the league as a player and be in good standing.
Must be entering their first year of post secondary education.
Participating in extracurricular school activities is a plus.
Volunteering (Scott Tokessy Memorial Tournament for example) is a plus.
Helping with the league (assistant coaching for example) is a plus.
Applications must include:
Proof of registration in a post secondary education program.
Essay of 400-600 words as to why they are deserving of this award.
Transcript from their grade 12 year. This will be kept confidential.
Applications must be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org on or before September 10th.