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What is the CPLC Bursary Award?

42 Division Community Police Liaison Committee (CPLC) is proud to present the CPLC Student Leadership Bursary Award, provided to graduating high school students who live or go to school within the 42 Division boundaries. Students must demonstrate financial need and will be approved for a skilled trades program, post-secondary program, or attending a college or university. The value of the bursary is $1,000.00. The CPLC is pleased that TWO (2) bursaries are available this year.

Eligibility • Graduating Grade 12 Student

• Canadian citizen, permanent resident, legally entitled to study in Canada

• Lives or goes to school within the 42 Division Boundaries

• Received acceptance to a skilled trade program, certificate program, part-time undergraduate degree program, or full-time undergraduate degree program in 2024-25 academic year

• Demonstrates financial need, exceptional community service and/or extracurricular involvement

** Person(s) related to a member of the CPLC or Toronto Police Service are INELIGIBLE

Applications must also include:

A completed Student Leadership Bursary Awards Application Form. Please fill out this PDF form

A Personal Statement (min 500 / max 1000 words or min 5 / max 10 minute video/audio recording) outlining your financial need, lived experiences, accomplishments, community leadership/volunteer involvement in the community, career goals and how this bursary will help you, (see instructions below)

Two Reference Letters, (both school and a community organization)

Proof of Acceptance and Enrollment to a Skilled Trade Program/Post-Secondary Program/Training Institute

HAND WRITTEN FORMS, STATEMENTS, REFERENCE LETTERS, AND/OR RESUMES WILL BE ACCEPTED.

ALL INFORMATION MUST BE SUBMITTED ELECTRONICALLY

Submit your complete electronic application to: By E-mail: 42.Division@torontopolice.on.ca

Questions/Phone:: Brian Urkosky 416-808-4254

Deadline/Postmarked by:: Friday June 14, 2024

42 Division Community Police Liaison Committee (CPLC) reserves the right to accept or reject any application. A judging panel comprised of members from the CPLC & Police Officers from 42 Division will decide the winners.