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FINALISTCOMMITTED STUDENT AVENIR
Montréal, Laurentides, Lanaudière, Laval and Montérégie

2017-06-27 Charles-Antoine Turcotte

Charles-Antoine Turcotte

A student committed to being a source of inspiration for all those seeking personal excellence

Descried as an altruistic, charismatic and dedicated teenager, Charles-Antoine Turcotte has become a source of inspiration for many young people. After learning how to deal with his own learning disabilities (dyslexia, dysorthographia and attention deficit), this Mgr-A.-M.-Parent high school student decided to draw on his experience and share it as a means of motivating students at risk of dropping out. He does the same as a supervisor in the cadet corps, as a participating athlete in the Défi Pierre Lavoie and as a volunteer at the Défi sportif AlterGo. At every opportunity, he is there to motivate and encourage anyone striving for personal excellence. He pursues this same goal when it comes to chaperoning new students and in his role as homework tutor. In short, Charles-Antoine inspires confidence in everything he does.


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FINALISTCOMMITTED STUDENT AVENIR
Montréal, Laurentides, Lanaudière, Laval and Montérégie

2017-06-27 Abigaël Arseneault

Abigaël Arseneault

A student committed to turning her high school years into an enriching entrepreneurial experience

Abigaël Arseneault, a dysphasic student in the work-oriented training program at Horizon Jeunesse high school, surprised everyone when she decided one day to set up laundry services at her school. With her thirst for learning and quest for personal excellence, Abigaël saw this entrepreneurial project as a way of preparing for her future. After successfully convincing her teachers of the viability of the project, she started to develop her market and promote the Buanderie d’Abigaël laundry. She was only awarded a few contracts at first but, thanks to the quality of her services, it didn’t take long before her order book started to fill up. In fact, she even had to add a new washer and dryer and recruit another student to help her out. Through her engagement, Abigaël has now had a taste of success and become a role model for other students.


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FINALISTCOMMITTED STUDENT AVENIR
Montréal, Laurentides, Lanaudière, Laval and Montérégie

2017-06-27 Audrey Plante-Mailloux

Audrey Plante-Mailloux

A student committed to contributing to the dynamism of her school environment and to the well-being of her fellow students

Audrey Plante-Mailloux makes no secret of the fact that she loves her school and gets involved so that everyone else loves it just as much. This student at Cavelier-De LaSalle high school believes that there’s always a solution to every problem. She shares this way of looking at life as a member of the student council where, over the past three years, she has helped carry out numerous projects including one advocating the adoption of a school uniform, the Festival du NOUS and an entrepreneurship fair. As an active team member of the Magasin du monde, a student coffee shop that sells fair trade products, she helps with the management and is very proud to have played a part in raising more than $22,000 over the past five years for an orphanage in Haiti. What sets Audrey apart more than anything else are her leadership skills and ability to mobilize other students so that they too can get involved and help make their school more dynamic and stimulating.


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FINALISTCOMMITTED STUDENT AVENIR
Montréal, Laurentides, Lanaudière, Laval and Montérégie

2017-06-27 Myriam Boileau

Myriam Boileau

A student committed to using inclusive leadership when creating rallying projects

Myriam Boileau believes that where there’s a will, there’s a way! She proved this with her project to open a student coffee shop to fill a void in her school’s available dining options in the afternoon. She was only in Secondary 1 at Paul-Gérin-Lajoie-d’Outremont when she came up with the idea but she rallied other students to her cause and her efforts finally paid off: the Crok’ Dedans coffee shop opened its doors and is now a popular spot with students. This is a perfect example of the type of inclusive leadership that Myriam always assumes. Because although the coffee shop was her idea, it’s thanks to all those that she managed to mobilize, and still mobilizes today, that the project became a reality and a success. And she applies these same principles of mutual aid and cooperation to her involvement with the student council, which allows her to contribute to the quality of student life and of which she is currently, in her last year of high school, the president.


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FINALISTCOMMITTED STUDENT AVENIR
Montréal, Laurentides, Lanaudière, Laval and Montérégie

2017-06-27 Frédérique Bordeleau

Frédérique Bordeleau

A student committed to fostering a sense of belonging to school among students

Frédérique Bordeleau’s student engagement began long before she started secondary school but she turned her years at Pierre-Laporte high school into yet another opportunity to help invigorate student life and foster a sense of belonging at school among students. To achieve this, among other things, she has served as class representative and the student parliament’s minister of the environment, as well as being a delegate for the Table unifiée des conseils étudiants and the Académie du développement durable, where she oversaw the implementation of an awareness campaign. Always attentive to the needs of others and a talented mobilizer, Frédérique never hesitates to consult her peers in order to find solutions to different issues or set up rallying projects. Convinced of the importance of fighting for greater social justice, she took part in an Amnesty International conference and a fundraiser for Haiti.


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FINALISTCOMMITTED STUDENT AVENIR
Montréal, Laurentides, Lanaudière, Laval and Montérégie

2017-06-27 Nathan Hurteau

Nathan Hurteau

A student committed to passing in forward, at school and in his community

Nathan Hurteau is recognized as a model of commitment, both at school and in his community. In Iberville, he has regularly lent a hand at the Centre d’action bénévole, has organized activities for the elderly, taken part in United Way campaigns and the Guignolée food drive and volunteered at the Winter carnival. At Marcel-Landry high school, in addition to playing football for five seasons and coaching a team of younger students, he has hosted just about every type of gala and event, has tutored weaker students and, as president of the student council, relaunched the student radio as well as a number of lunchtime activities. And Nathan did all these things in a desire to bring about positive change and push back boundaries. He humbly sees his involvement as a means of giving back to his community and school for everything they have given to him.


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