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Scholarship for Students with Disabilities - BMO Capital Markets, Lime Connect, Equity Through Education

  • Published: 2016-11-22 : BMO Capital Markets, Lime Connect and Equity Through Education.
  • Synopsis: Scholarship will award US$10,000 or USD$5,000 to undergrad and grad students pursuing business related degrees, deadline is Sunday, November 27, 2016.

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Quote: "Lime Connect is a perfect fit for our Equity Through Education program which helps people achieve their dreams by providing them with an opportunity to develop themselves through education."

Lime Connect and BMO Capital Markets are pleased to partner in offering The 2016 BMO Capital Markets Lime Connect Equity Through Education Scholarship for Students with Disabilities.

The scholarships are intended for current undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in a four-year university program who have any type of disability, and provides USD$10,000 (students in the U.S.) or USD$5,000 (students in Canada) in support of future studies in either the US or Canada.

"The Equity Through Education partnership is perfectly aligned with Lime Connect's focus on talent and the valuable intellectual capital and strengths that people with disabilities bring to the global workplace," stated Thomas Wilson, Lime Connect board chairman. "We are proud to have BMO Capital Markets support the studies of students who will truly help us to rebrand disability through achievement."

"We're delighted to be partnering with Lime Connect to help achieve our goal of building a more diverse workforce," said Patrick Cronin, CEO and Group Head, BMO Capital Markets. "Lime Connect is a perfect fit for our Equity Through Education program which helps people achieve their dreams by providing them with an opportunity to develop themselves through education."

In order to be eligible for the scholarship, students must be:

For more information, and to apply, candidates may visit www.limeconnect.com The deadline for application submissions is midnight PST on Sunday, November 27, 2016.

Candidates with disabilities who are not a match for this particular scholarship are encouraged to register for The Lime Network - an exclusive resource for high potential students, and alumni, with disabilities and the broader, virtual program that prepares and connects candidates for career success regardless of their geographic location. Members of The Lime Network are notified of additional scholarship and career opportunities as well as The Lime Connect Fellowship Program launch and professional development webinars.

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