I would like to extend my sincere gratitude...I can guarantee that this money will be put towards great use in funding my future education and ambitions. - Jessica Walton, 2017 LinkScholar Recipient.
TransCore Link Logistics’ LinkScholar Program was introduced in March 2014 for students with a connection to the Canadian transportation industry. The program's purpose is to identify talented young people and help them fulfill their potential by assisting with tuition costs. The program offers two graduating high school students who demonstrate strong academic achievement and well-roundedness a $2,500 scholarship each.
Learn about our past recipients here.
NOW ACCEPTING 2018 APPLICATIONS
- Be a child of an employee in the Canadian transportation industry or affiliated with the Canadian transportation industry.
- Be graduating from a Canadian high school in 2018.
- Submit a formal application to TransCore Link Logistics by the application deadline to be considered for the scholarship.
- Be applying to the first year of a full-time program at an accredited post-secondary institution in Canada for the 2018/2019 academic year.
The deadline to apply is June 11, 2018. Click here to download an application form.
Questions? Email LinkScholar@transcore.ca.
Giving Back to Children Charities
Since 1998, TransCore Link Logistics is committed to giving back to the community by supporting children’s charities in every province of Canada. To date, we have donated over $300,000 to more than 120 charitable organizations as a result of net proceeds raised from our annual charity golf tournaments.
In addition to our annual donations, each year TransCore selects a charity of choice who exhibits core values similar to our own to receive a bulk of the funds. Our Charity of Choice recipient for 2018 is Kids Help Phone.
Every donation makes a real difference in the life of a child and we truly appreciate the generosity and support of our valued customers. Your participation is vital to our success in enriching children’s lives and offering them hope.