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Arthur F. Church Award

Three awards are presented annually to outstanding mechanical or mechatronics engineering students who are in the top 10% of their class, demonstrate significant involvement in extracurricular activities, and receive above average work term performance evaluations.

SOLIDWORKS Professional Certificate (CSWP)

SOLIDWORKS is the CAD (computer aided design) software I use daily to design parts and check how they fit together. There are 3 general levels of SOLIDWORKS certification: associate, professional and expert. The professional level focuses on the more advanced features available in SOLIDWORKS related to part creation and modification, configurations, and assemblies. My certification ID is C-NVWC9DDZ8X and can be validated here.

First in Class Engineering Scholarship

After each term the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Waterloo awards a scholarship to the top student of each class to congratulate them on their excellent scholastic performance. I finished my second semester (Winter 2016) at the top of my class (Mechatronics Engineering class of 2020).

Mastercam Mill Essentials Certificate

Completed the Mastercam Mill Essentials training course at In-House Solutions. This was completed as part of my co-op at In-House Solutions as a Technical Documentation Developer.

Ron Clare Memorial Scholarship

Awarded to a child of a WorelyParsons employee entering a STEM related program demonstrating academic excellence, outstanding community involvement and leadership, and in recognition of an exceptionally well rounded individual.

W. J. Beynon Memorial Entrance Scholarship

This scholarship is awarded annually to an outstanding undergraduate student entering first year in the Faculty of Engineering and who is a resident of the County of Lambton in the Province of Ontario. This fund is made possible by a donation from the Beynon Family in honour of W.J. Beynon.

Governor General's Academic Medal

For more than 140 years, the Governor General's Academic Medals have recognized the outstanding scholastic achievements of students in Canada. They are awarded to the student graduating with the highest average from a high school or approved college or university programs. It is one of the most prestigious awards that a student in a Canadian educational institution can receive.

Staff Trophy

One recipient from each graduating class is chosen for this award based on academic achievement and contributions to the school and local community. Criteria include marks, athletic participation, extracurricular activities, volunteering, and general attitude and effort put forth throughout all four years of high school.

M. Scott May Award

Awarded to the student graduating secondary school with the highest academic average in the Lambton Kent District School Board. There are 13 secondary schools in the Lambton Kent District School Board.

Ontario Power Generation Secondary School Achievement Award

In recognition of a student demonstrating outstanding academic achievement, exceptional communication and leadership skills, and significant involvement in extracurricular activities. The awards are targeted at students who are continuing with post secondary studies in STEM related fields.

Jean Ewing Martin Award

Awarded to the student in Lambton County with the highest marks in any two university level math courses. I achieved a 99% in both Advanced Functions and Calculus.

Chemical Institute of Canada Award

Awarded to the Student with the highest standing in Grade 12 University level Chemistry (SCH 4U1) graduating from Northern Collegiate.

Grade 12 University Physics Award

Awarded to the student with the highest standing in Grade 12 University level Physics (SPH 4U1) graduating from Northern Collegiate.

Ontario Volunteer Youth Service Award

The Ontario Volunteer Service Awards recognize individual volunteers for continuous years of commitment and dedicated service to an organization. I have been primarily volunteering with the Inn of The Good Shepherd throughout my life, as well as events through Key Club and other scouting activities. I currently have over 400 volunteer hours.

Selected as Northern's Schulich Leader Nominee

Nominated by Northern Collegiate based upon academic excellence and outstanding community leadership and involvement. Schulich Leader scholarships are awarded to students pursuing a university education in science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields who are recognized as the innovators and leaders of tomorrow.

CANSail Level 4 Certified

Completed CANSail level 4 in the summer of 2014 at the Sarnia Yacht Club. I have been sailing since I was 12 years old and it is one of my favourite summer activities. I have also volunteered as an adult sailing instructor.

WorelyParsons Engineering Award

Awarded to the student with the highest combined average in Grade 11 university level Advanced Functions, Chemistry and Physics.

Student Legislature Award
2012 & 2013

Awarded to the student with the highest overall academic average in each grade. Awarded in grades 9 and 10.

Grade 8 Piano and Advanced Rudiments

Achieved Honours on my Grade 8 Piano and First Class Honours on my Advanced Rudiments in piano theory, awarded by the Royal Conservatory of Music.

Chief Scout Award

This is the highest honour in scouting which I earned through a 4 year program with the 23rd St. Bart's scouting troop in Sarnia, Ontario. The program focuses on developing leadership, citizenship, and mastering outdoor skills.

St. John Ambulance Standard First Aid with CPR C + AED

Completed the St. John Ambulance first aid course through scouting.

Sarnia Lakeshore Optimist Club Youth Appreciation Award

Since 1957, Optimist Clubs have recognized youth for their talents in the arts, athletics, academics, and for positive contributions to community. The Sarnia Lakeshore Optimists club awarded me the Youth Appreciation award in 2009.