The honorary mortgage of Est-du-Québec awards scholarships of $ 11,800


Solanges Jean, PHEQ treasurer, provides a scholarship to Nathan Couture at the CEA in Matane.

Thanks to a public fundraising campaign and very strict financial management, the Prêt d’Honneur de l’Est-du-Québec (PHEQ) awards USD 11,800 scholarships to students from 25 educational institutions in our region. an increase of 10% compared to last year.

The members of the board are convinced that the mission of PHEQ is still topical, especially because, as the only organization in our region, it helps high school, university and university students who are struggling with financial problems that may jeopardize their studies.

In addition to modulating scholarships according to their level of education, PHEQ has also offered to offer them to students of training centers (CFA) or adult education (CEA). PHEQ therefore awarded one scholarship for the university level, six scholarships for the university level, eight scholarships for students from vocational training centers and eleven scholarships for the CEA / CFA.

The recipients are :

Martin Couturier-Gagné, University of Quebec in Rimouski; Sabrina Sirois, Cégep de Matane; Stéphanie Lajoie, Cégep de La Pocatière; Maggy Soucy, Cegep of Rivière-du-Loup; Nicolas Villeneuve, Cegep of Rimouski; Catherine Morin-Michaud, Center for College Studies; Maude-Joanie Viens-Rouleau, CFRN Professional Training; Alexandre Roy, CFP Mont-Joli-Mitis; Dan Fournier, CFP of Témiscouata-sur-le-Lac; Sabrina Ducas, CFP of Témiscouata-sur-le-Lac; Don Morissette, CFP of Trois-Pistoles; Martin Arsenault, CFP of Amqui; Alexandre Courty, CFP of Matane; Amy Harvey, CFP in Forestry, Eastern Quebec; Raphaël Pelletier, CEA Saint-Pascal; Maxime Lévesque, CEA of Rivière-du-Loup; Mégan Fournier, CEA in La Pocatière; Sarah Pouliot, CFA of Rimouski-Neigette; Nathan Couture, CEA in Matane; Thomas-Alexis Lebel Lévesque, CEA of Cabana; Vincent Boudreault, CEA of Dégelis; Zoé Thibault, CEA of Pohénégamook; William Côté, CEA of Trois-Pistoles; Alexandre Paradis, CEA of the Valley; Benoit Sénéchal, KRTB Country House (CSSFL); Julia St-Amand, Center for College Studies in Témiscouata.

Founded in 1969, the Prêt d’Honneur de l’Est-du-Québec is a charitable organization recognized by the Canadian Tax Agency whose main goal is to help deserving students of post-secondary education who show perseverance and whose financial resources are limited.

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