TransCore Link Logistics announces 2018 LinkScholar recipients
Two deserving students win $2,500 scholarships.
Toronto- This scholarship season marks the fourth year TransCore Link Logistics has given back to deserving high school students. The LinkScholar Program identifies talented young people, affiliated with the transportation industry, and helps them fulfill their potential by assisting with tuition costs.
“Every year we receive applications from students across the country who are passionate about their future. This year was no exception. There were so many deserving students paving a way for their futures,” said Claudia Milicevic, senior director & general manager of TransCore Link Logistics.
The 2018 LinkScholar Program received impressive applications from coast to coast. However, two east coast applicants stood out amongst the rest. Emma Starr from Quispamsis, New Brunswick and Miranda Goodman from New Glasgow, Nova Scotia were awarded scholarships.
Meet the 2018 LinkScholars:
Emma Starr, Future Athletic Therapist, Studying Kinesiology, Dalhousie University Industry Affiliation: Midland Transport and Brokerage, NBWatch Emma’s video here.
Miranda Goodman, Future Registered Nurse, St. Francis Xavier University Industry Affiliation: Connors Transfer Ltd, NSWatch Miranda’s video here.
Both of these young women had strong applications that emphasized their community involvement and determination to accomplish their goals in life. TransCore Link Logistics is proud to award these two individuals with $2,500 each to put towards their studies.
“This year’s recipients have a spirit of learning and are dedicated to caring for others. We cannot wait to see what the future holds for these two and wish them the very best in pursuit of their goals,” said Milicevic.
In 1990 TransCore Link Logistics developed Loadlink, a Canadian load board that matches available freight loads with trucks. Loadlink now has a real-time database of 15 million loads, shipments and trucks – the largest in the industry.