Congratulations go out to FTM’s Program Manager Adam Smoluk, who has been awarded a RBC scholarship to attend governance training with the Rotman School of Management and the Institute of Corporate Directors. A limited number of these scholarships are awarded annually.
“FTM staff members continually undertake training to ensure we can in turn provide world-class training for our community. Our entire team wishes to congratulate Adam on this prestigious honour,” says FTM Executive Director Neila Benson.
Adam has extensive involvement with a number of Manitoba charities. He serves as the chair of the United Way’s GenNext council, the vice-chair of Youth Employment Services, as well as the vice-chair of Essential Skills Manitoba.
Adam studied on scholarship at the British American Drama Academy at Oxford University. He is the youngest graduate ever of the National Screen Institute’s Features First program. His past accolades include the Future Leaders of Manitoba award, an Investors Group scholarship for leadership studies at The Banff Centre, and the MFL’s prestigious Al Cerilli Scholarship.