Hec Gervais Academic & Scholarship Foundation

The Hec Gervais Academic & Curling Scholarship has been available to young curlers since 1999. The fund was put in place to honor Hec Gervais, a curling legend and his many accomplishments in curling, to his community, his country, and throughout the curling world.

Established to reflect Hec’s values and beliefs of a strong education, competitiveness and community leadership, this fund is made possible through the cooperation of the governing curling bodies in the Provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan and by the support of curlers everywhere.

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Education Information

Will you be enrolled full-time or part-time?

Please provide information on the following:

Any past or present scholarships, bursaries you have or are expecting to receive. Community Service - curling related or otherwise.
List courses you have completed, i.e. Level I & II, Technical, practical and theory or Level I Officiating courses.
Provide a detailed account of your involvement in curling including dates, events and results in the following - Junior Men's or Women's; High School; Winter Games; Juvenile.


Please upload up to a maximum of three references from school teachers, curling club directors or acquaintances.
Max. file size: 512 MB.
Max. file size: 512 MB.
Max. file size: 512 MB.

Post Graduate Transcript

Please upload a copy of your transcript.
Max. file size: 512 MB.

Please confirm...

Joanne Kokoroyannis, Chairperson, Edmonton, Alberta
Jackie Gervais, Treasurer, Edmonton, Alberta
Stan Gervais, Director, Edmonton, Alberta
Kevin Martin, Director, Edmonton, Alberta
Adele Pysar, Secretary, Beaumont, Alberta
Jackie Rae Greening, Director, St. Albert, Alberta
Marc Kennedy, Director, Edmonton, Alberta

William “Bill” Tainsh
Larry McGrath
Dr.W.(Bill) Mitchell


Kevin Martin
2010 Olympic Gold Medalist
2002 Olympic Silver Medalist
2008 World Champion
4 time Brier Champion
11 time Alberta Provincial Champion
7 time WCT Players Champion

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