2014 Osum Leader of Tomorrow Award Recipients

We’re pleased to introduce you to the recipients of the 2014 Osum Leader of Tomorrow Awards.

Shania Auger
Career Pathways Outreach School
Shania is a tenacious young woman who continually achieves the goals she sets for herself. As a role model in her school and community she took the lead on a Special Projects 30 course to help others understand and prevent teen pregnancy.
After graduation she hopes to pursue a career in welding or pharmacy. Shania was nominated by her teacher, Angela Bigstone.

Jared Cheverie
Notre Dame High School
Jared has achieved excellence in his academics while participating in many extra-curricular activities in his school and community. Last May, he led a group of students in the ‘Caring for Our Watershed’ Research Project which placed 7th overall in a provincial competition.
Jared has been accepted to the University of Waterloo to study Chemical Engineering. He was nominated by his teacher, Peter Godin.

Tyson Dolynny
Cold Lake High School
Tyson is no stranger to taking initiative. This hardworking, honours student has voluntarily run the Energy Centre’s megatron at Cold Lake Ice games for the last two years. Volunteering hours each day, he creates advertisements, interviews players and regularly updates the team’s YouTube channel.
Tyson plans to study Radio and Television at NAIT. He was nominated by his mentor and Ice Board Member, Angela Cook.

Laura Waskiewich
Bonnyville Centralized High School
Laura is set to make her mark on the world. As a leader in her school’s ‘Helping our Peers Everywhere’ group for the past four years as well as, a volunteer with the food bank and shelters around the province she is determined to make a positive impact for people in her community and beyond.
Laura plans to attend the University Transfer Program at Lakeland College and work her way towards a Bachelor of Science. She was nominated by one of her teachers, Elizabeth-Ann Switzer.

Brianna Urlacher
Assumption Jr/Sr High School
Brianna is an energetic role model and leader in her community. She has devoted countless hours volunteering at the Cold Lake Figure Skating Club as a mentor and coach to young skaters.
Brianna will attend Vancouver Island University in the fall to study Physical Education. She was nominated by her coach, Rachelle Rupp and Skating Club Executive, Kim Grant.