Terms and Conditions
1. Procom Consultants Group Ltd. reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to modify, amend or cancel the Procom Ability Prize Scholarship (the “ability prize”) at any time without notice, and to decide all questions in respect of the awarding of the Ability Prize, and the administration of the terms and conditions of the Ability prize.
2. The following persons are NOT eligible to receive a Ability Prize: employees of Procom or employees of its subsidiaries (“PCGL”); the children of Procom employees; and Ability Prize applicants (“Applicants”) who provide false information to Procom at any time.
3. To be eligible for the Procom Ability Prize, Applicants must:
- be enrolling or enrolled at a post-secondary institution;
- be Canadian citizens or have permanent resident status;
- certify that all the information provided on the Ability Prize application form (“Application”) and in all the accompanying submission material is true, accurate and complete to the best of their knowledge; and;
- be available for an interview in the city located within their region on the day chosen by Procom.
4. By submitting an Application, the Applicant authorizes Procom and the Procom Ability Prize judges to collect, use, store and confirm information about the Applicant, which is provided on the Application (including references) submitted to those who need to know such information for the purposes of administering and promoting the Ability Prize. The selection committee will use the information only for the purposes of evaluating the Application.
5. The Ability Prize can be held at any college or university in Canada approved by Procom (“Approved School”). The Ability Prize recipient (“Recipient”) is responsible for securing admission to an Approved School of their choice, in accordance with the requirements and deadlines of each school.
6. The Ability Prize cannot be held concurrently with any scholarship from another Canadian Staffing or Recruiting company.
7. The Ability Prize may be terminated at any time by Procom, upon the occurrence of any behaviour on the part of the Recipient, that Procom, in its sole discretion, deems inappropriate.
8. All Recipients must inform themselves as to the tax consequences of receiving the Ability Prize.
9. All recipients of the Ability Prize will be requested to take part in a video interview with Procom and required to sign a Declaration and Release which will entitle Procom to use the Recipient’s name, city and province of residence as well as the contents of the video portion of their interview without further compensation for any publicity carried out by Procom with respect to the Ability Prize.
10. All entries will be judged by a panel of Procom staff, who will score entries based on the strength of academic achievement, extracurricular activity and the completeness of their application. The winners will be selected in Procom’s sole discretion.