OC ‘Sticks Up’ for Indigenous Student Awards

By College Relations | April 13, 2022
           

OC 'Sticks Up' Indigenous Student Award
Yvonne Oppenheimer receiving her award from Indigenous Services Manager, Anthony Isaac

OC Indigenous Services and the OC Foundation have teamed up for the annual ‘Sticks Up’ campaign.

They are excited to launch this fundraiser for the NHL’s 2022 Stanley Cup Playoffs. All of the proceeds from this event will benefit the OC ‘Sticks Up’ for Indigenous Students Award.

Yvonne Oppenheimer and Erica Seymour were the inaugural recipients of the OC ‘Sticks Up’ for Indigenous Students Award.

The Awards are available to students with Indigenous ancestry who are enrolled in full-time study in any degree, diploma, or certificate program at Okanagan College.

You can fill your bracket predicting the outcome of each series in the Stanley Cup Playoffs for $20, with a chance to win one of three great prizes:

1st Place – NHL Jersey of the Winner’s Choice

2nd Place – ‘9 n Brunch’ at Sunset Ranch Golf Course

3rd Place – Cole Caufield O-Pee-Chee Rookie Card

 

You can register here.

This is a BC Gaming licensed event, so you must be 19+ and a resident of BC to enter.

If you have any questions, please contact Richard McAdam (OC Foundation) at rmcadam@okanagan.bc.ca or via phone at 250-762-5445 Ext 4772.

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Tags: Indigenization, Indigenous Services, OC Foundation, Financial Aid & Awards, Inside OC

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