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Skyline Awards Scholarship to University of Guelph Student

Posted On March 2, 2012

Roy Jason Ashdown presents the 2012 Skyline Real Estate Scholarship to Joshua Cronk.

February 2012 -Skyline was proud to honour Joshua Cronk as the 2012 Skyline Real Estate scholarship recipient. Joshua is a 4th year student in the Real Estate and Housing Program and co-President of the Real Estate and Housing Students' Association at the University of Guelph. He has also exemplified tremendous commitment to his community by participating in local home builds with Habitat for Humanity and refereeing for the Heart and Stroke Foundation's Annual "Hoops for Hearts" basketball tournament. Skyline would like to congratulate Joshua on his incredible achievements and wish him continued success in all of his future endeavours. Skyline offers a special scholarship program through the University of Guelph to one student in the Real Estate & Housing Program each year. The eligible student must display academic achievements, leadership and remarkable extracurricular activities and involvement with Real Estate & Housing Program and in their local community. Skyline is proud to recognize the achievements of outstanding students and we look forward to providing continued support to help nurture and provide opportunities for our future workforce.


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