The Rotary Club of Whistler is very proud to help Whistler's Youth continue their education through a series of two scholarships.  They are awarded each year during the Whistler Secondary Graduation ceremony.

Bob Brown/Richard Heine Award

Value $1,000
 
Awarded to a student from Whistler Secondary School who is planning to enter a post-secondary institution in the field of engineering or the trades. The applicant must demonstrate contributions to school and/or community service. Bob Brown was a former president of the Whistler Rotary Club.
 
The Bob Brown  scholarship was originally set up to give first access to a Whistler/Pemberton student  taking post-secondary education (University or technical school such as BCIT) in the fields of Survey (now also known as geomatics) and/or Engineering.  Currently the scholarship is open to Whistler Secondary School students.  Based on marks and community/extracurricular involvement.  If no applicant is pursuing either of the fields then the scholarship is open to any Whistler/Pemberton student based on marks and community/extracurricular involvement.
 
Bob Brown was one of the founding members of the Rotary Club of Whistler.  More information about Bob may be found here.

Walter Zebrowski Citizenship Award 

Value $1,000
 
Awarded to a student from Whistler Secondary School who is planning to enter a post-secondary institution and who demonstrates outstanding leadership in school and community service. Walter Zebrowski was a founding father in Whistler who exemplified citizenship which included founding the Rotary Club of Whistler, the Whistler Chamber of Commerce, the T.V. Society, and the Whistler Fire Department.
 
Walter was one of Whistler's prominent early citizens. He had a significant impact on our community. Additional information about Walter maybe found here.
 
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