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We believe that with education, anything is possible

The Ted Rogers Scholarship was created in honour of our founder, Ted Rogers. Launching in 2017, the goal of the scholarship is to ensure the success of future generations of Canadians by helping young leaders across the country succeed in their educational aspirations. By focusing on the importance of youth development and education. We are helping to break down barriers that Canadian youth face in order to help our next generation of leaders shine.

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“I can think of few things worse than good minds not developing to their full potential because of economic reasons. Education can remake a city, a province or a country and can produce a growing middle class in only one generation.” – Ted Rogers

Martha Rogers

Chair, Ted Rogers Scholarship Fund

A message from Martha Rogers

I was brought up to believe that potential could be found in everything and everyone – you just have to look hard enough to find it. I have seen the impact that hard work, dedication, and a kind heart can have on communities.

My father, Ted, taught me this from a young age. He was a passionate advocate for the importance of education, dedicated to investing in the success of future generations of Canadians. The Ted Rogers Scholarship Fund was created in his name to honour his legacy by helping our brightest young leaders succeed in their educational aspirations. That’s why we’ve also dedicated ourselves to supporting the organizations that help foster young people to be the best they can be.

I’d like to extend my sincerest congratulations to the 150 scholarship recipients in our inaugural year – you are our future leaders and I know my father would be proud to see the impact you’ve made in your communities. Thank you to all those who made this dream a reality – we’ll continue to make a positive impact in the communities we serve for years to come.

A message from Joe Natale

Joe Natale

President and Chief Executive Officer

A message from Joe Natale

As one of Canada’s largest companies, we know that we wouldn’t be here without the support of Canadians. That’s why it’s so important to us to give back the communities where we live and work.

At Rogers, we felt that one of the best ways we could build stronger communities is through education.  It not only honours our founder’s legacy, but it plays a really important role in a successful economy, environment, and society.

Through the Ted Rogers Scholarship Fund, we’re giving aspiring young leaders a helping hand to overcome barriers to accessing post-secondary education. But we can’t do this on our own. So we have also partnered with some incredible organizations across the country who support and motivate our youth.

We are committed to making a real life difference across our great country. And this is just the beginning.

A message from Martha Rogers

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Stories from the Class of 2018

The Ted Rogers Scholarship Fund was created to help our brightest young people succeed in their continued education. These are our future leaders. See some of the stories from the Class of 2018.


Ava Waugh, Kingston


Nikki Norton, Ottawa


Kiana Clarke, Bell Island


Heather Wolf Ear, Calgary


Anyssa Ranetkins, Montreal


Shiveze Mahenranathan, Toronto


Brianna Kinnaird, Toronto


Silvia Gomez, Calgary


Jessica Schwarze, Saint John


Faith Ann Allison, Toronto


Julia Stonechild, Indspire


Sami Islam, Toronto


Ximena Ramirez, Montreal


Tim Bilodeau, Montreal

Potential is Everywhere

Click below take a closer look at our many Ted Rogers Scholarship Fund recipients across Canada.

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Our Scholarship Partners

Our scholarship partners help us identify and recognize our brightest young leaders across the country. If you wish to support any of these organizations, please click on the donation links below.

Young Leader Award Winners

The Ted Rogers Scholarship fund is dedicated to providing opportunities to young leaders across Canada who are making a difference in their communities. During the month of June, Rogers asked Canadians to nominate a young leader who is an active volunteer and demonstrates ongoing leadership. Thousands of Young Leaders were nominated across Canada. We have proudly selected the following 68 outstanding students  to represent Roger’s 2018 Young Leaders!

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Recipient Emma J.

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Recipient Shae G.

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Recipient Pouria T.

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Recipient Elizabeth S.

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Recipient Halaena D.

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Recipient Terry C.


Recipient Shayne M.

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Recipient Carter C.

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Recipient Elliot P.

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Recipient Evan M.

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Recipient Serena B.

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Recipient Maggie D.

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Recipient Mackenzi D.

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Recipient Hayden W.

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Recipient Ashlyen S.


Recipient Brittany J.

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Recipient Vanessa G.

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Recipient Danielle B.

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Recipient Madeline S.

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Recipient Kacy W.


Recipient Margie C.

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Recipient Abigail K.

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Recipient Emily J.

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Recipient Carla Y.

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Recipient Vanessa M.

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Recipient Brittney K.

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Recipient Nicholas S.

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Recipient Zachery M.

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Recipient Claire B.

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Recipient Simranjit G.

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Recipient Alyssa S.

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  • How many scholarships are you giving out?

    We award 150 scholarships, annually. Additionally, we’re giving out 150 scholarships to Rogers employees and/or their dependants.

  • How much money are you giving out?

    Each scholarship recipient will receive $2,500 per each academic year for up to four years (assuming all criteria are met) at any university undergraduate, college  or trade  program. For community grants, we award up to $25,000 per organization.

  • Why can’t I apply for a scholarship?

    Our scholarships are reserved for students already involved with our community partner organizations. If you’re involved with of one of our community partners, reach out to them directly for more details on the application process.

  • Will you continue to give out scholarships after this year?

    Yes, Rogers is committed to empowering young leaders. Through the Possibilities Project, we’ll continue to invest in their education.

  • I’d like to donate − how do I do that?

    If you’d like to help, please check out our community partners list and donate directly to an organization of your choice.

  • Who’s paying for the Ted Rogers Scholarships? Is it making my cellphone bill higher?

    No. The Ted Rogers Scholarships have no impact on the cost of products or services for Rogers customers.

  • How do I apply for a Student Scholarship?

    Recipients are identified by our community partners, who select individuals based on their community leadership. There is no formal application process outside of our community partners.

  • Who selects the scholarship?

    We support communities and youth by partnering with organizations across Canada who identify candidates for our scholarship programs. Ted Fund is an initiative of Rogers Communications Inc, a part of our wider corporate social responsibility policy. We support communities and youth by partnering with organizations across Canada who identify candidates for our scholarship programs.

  • What are the application deadlines?

    Our Class of 2018 has already been selected by our community partners. Our Community Partners will provide more information regarding our Class of 2019 application process.

  • There’s something wrong with my application / I haven’t received my scholarship  who − do I contact?

    Please contact your community partner organization for more information.

  • How do I apply for an Employee Scholarship?

    Rogers employees and their dependents who are interested in scholarship opportunities may be eligible to apply for the Rogers Employee Scholarship Program. Criteria, application information, and more information on Rogers Employee Scholarship Program can be found through Rogers internal employee channels, or speak to your manager.

  • How does my organization become a scholarship partner?

    Please visit our Contact Us page to reach out to us and someone from our team will get back to you shortly.

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