A total of 132 students will receive the annual Global Aftermarket Symposium Scholarship in 2001, including 20 Canadian students from schools across the country. The Global Automotive Aftermarket Symposium Scholarship us funded through proceeds from the annual Global Automotive Aftermarket Symposium. The two-day program brings together numerous industry executives to examine issues and trends facing the aftermarket. The scholarships are focused on providing assistance to individuals pursuing automotive studies at technical colleges and vocational schools or college-level programs. The scholarship is unique in that students may receive two financial grants: one to assist in tuition payments while they are in school; and an equivalent matching grant for all scholarship recipients who graduate from their program. Graduates must provide proof of employment in the automotive aftermarket for at least six months following graduation. The Canadian recipients were: Deanna Barth, Edmonton, Alta.; Tara Cooper, London, Ont.; Alicia Corey, New Minas, N.S.; Erin Friesen, Surrey, B.C.; Julie Gagnon, Chicoutimi, Que.; Jennifer Gatschene, Orillia, Ont.; Catherine Goudreau, Laval, Que.; Chris Hopkins, Saskatoon, Sask.; Michael Horn, Westbank, B.C.; Robyn Jutras, Burnaby, B.C.; Allison Kennedy, Hampton, N.B.; Pamela Kinch, Summerland, B.C.; Hemraj R. Kishun, Toronto, Ont.; David C. Nelson, Minnedosa, Man.; Adam Nicholls, Brandon, Man.; Keith Nicholls, Ottawa, Ont.; Mathew Spence, Vancouver, B.C.; Paul Vaillancourt, Ottawa, Ont.; Jeff Young, Stephenville, Nfld.; and Ryan Young, Barrie, Ont.