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Student awards

世界杯预选赛赛程表We offer a range of post-secondary student awards to students attending accredited community colleges and universities in Ontario.

世界杯预选赛赛程表Our student awards program helps students to obtain the education they need to build a rewarding career. The program highlights our commitment to youth and education by offering financial assistance to students from a variety of backgrounds and disciplines.

Our awards

Do you qualify for one of these exciting opportunities? Select an award from the list to find out:

Value: $2,400
Annual awards: one per Ontario university

One annual student award, valued at $2,400 per Ontario University, offered to a qualified student and a member of an employment equity target group (women, Indigenous people (First Nations, Métis, and Inuit), persons with disabilities, or members of visible minorities.

Eligibility criteria

This award is granted to a student currently enrolled full-time in second year of an electrical, computer, mechanical, chemical, environmental or nuclear engineering program.

Applicants must:

  • have strong oral and written communication skills;
  • demonstrate leadership skills;
  • provide proof of good academic standing (minimum B average);
  • be involved in extra-curricular activities, including volunteer work;
  • submit a completed Applicant/Nominee Information Package (see below under 'Process');
  • be legally eligible to work in Canada upon graduation; and
  • receive no more than one other award of equal or greater value in his/her second year.

* For Lakehead University the award recipient will be in the third year Technology program and continuing in the Engineering degree program.

Process

  • The award recipient is nominated through the University’s internal awards selection process/program.
  • Following nomination, the Student Awards Office provides written notification and a completed Applicant/Nominee Information Package to OPG. This package must include:
    • a letter of nomination/recommendation from the Student Awards Office;
    • a 250-500 word overview prepared by the nominee, highlighting their qualifications/interest in the OPG University Engineering Award;
    • a copy of the nominee's most recent official transcript; and
    • a copy of the nominee's current resume, listing all work, volunteer and extra-curricular activities (full-time and part-time).
  • Following acceptance of the nominee, OPG provides the Student Awards Office with a letter of congratulations to the award recipient, along with the accompanying award cheque to be presented to the recipient at the University’s Student Awards Ceremony.

Value: $1,000
Annual awards:世界杯预选赛赛程表 one per Ontario college

世界杯预选赛赛程表One annual student award, valued at $1,000 per Ontario college, offered to a qualified student and a member of an employment equity target group (women, Indigenous people (First Nations, Métis, and Inuit), persons with disabilities, and visible minorities).

Eligibility criteria

世界杯预选赛赛程表This award is granted to a student currently enrolled full-time in second year of one of the following technician/technology programs: electrical, electronics, instrumentation, mechanical, power systems, computer, chemical or marine engineering.

世界杯预选赛赛程表Applicants must:

  • have strong oral and written communication skills;
  • demonstrate leadership skills;
  • provide proof of good academic standing (minimum B average);
  • be involved in extra-curricular activities, including volunteer work;
  • receive no more than one other award of equal or greater value in his/her second year;
  • submit a completed Applicant/Nominee Information Package (see below under 'Process'); and
  • be legally eligible to work in Canada upon graduation.

Process

  • The award recipient is nominated through the College’s internal awards selection process/program.
  • Following nomination, the Student Awards Office provides written notification and a completed Applicant/Nominee Information Package to OPG. This package must include:
    • a letter of nomination/recommendation from the Student Awards Office;
    • a 250-500 word overview prepared by the nominee highlighting their qualifications/interest in the OPG Technician/Technology Award;
    • a copy of nominee's most recent official transcript; and
    • a copy of nominee's current resume listing all work, volunteer and extra-curricular activities (full-time and part-time).
  • Following acceptance of the nominee, OPG provides the Student Awards Office with a letter of congratulations to the award recipient along with the accompanying award cheque to be presented to the recipient at the College’s Awards Ceremony.

Value: $1,000
Annual awards:世界杯预选赛赛程表 up to five

世界杯预选赛赛程表Up to five annual student awards, valued at $1,000 each, offered to qualified Confederation College students of Indigenous ancestry (First Nations, Métis, and Inuit).

Eligibility criteria

This award is granted to students of Indigenous ancestry (First Nations, Métis, or Inuit) currently enrolled full-time in second year in one of the following technician/technology programs: electrical, electronics, mechanical, instrumentation, power systems or in a related apprenticeship program.

世界杯预选赛赛程表Applicants must:

  • have strong oral and written communication skills;
  • demonstrate leadership skills;
  • provide proof of good academic standing (minimum B average);
  • be involved in extra-curricular activities, including volunteer work;
  • receive no more than one other award of equal or greater value in his/her second year;
  • submit a completed Applicant/Nominee Information Package (see below under 'Process'); and
  • be legally eligible to work in Canada upon graduation.

Process

  • The award recipient is nominated through the College’s internal awards selection process/program. The Selection Committee is comprised of two members from the Negahneewin College Board and the Chair of the Native Studies Department.
  • Following nomination, the Student Awards Office provides written notification and a completed Applicant/Nominee Information Package (up to a maximum of five nominees annually) to OPG. This package must include:
    • a letter of nomination/recommendation from the Student Awards Office;
    • a 250-500 word overview prepared by the nominee highlighting their qualifications/interest in the OPG Negahneewin Incentive Award;
    • a copy of nominee's most recent official transcript; and
    • a copy of nominee's current resume listing all work, volunteer and extra-curricular activities (full-time and part-time).
  • Following acceptance of the nominee(s), OPG provides the Awards Office with a letter of congratulations to each award recipient along with the accompanying award cheque to be presented to the recipient(s) at the College’s Awards Ceremony.

Value: $1,500
Annual awards: up to five

Up to five annual student awards, valued at $1,500 each, offered to qualified Lakehead University students of Indigenous ancestry (First Nations, Métis, and Inuit).

Eligibility criteria

This award is granted to students of Indigenous ancestry (First Nations, Métis, or Inuit) currently enrolled full-time in second year in one of the following programs: engineering (electrical, chemical, mechanical) or an environmental studies/environmental management program or other disciplines related to OPG’s business.

Applicants must:

  • have strong oral and written communication skills;
  • demonstrate leadership skills;
  • provide proof of good academic standing (minimum B average);
  • be involved in extra-curricular activities, including volunteer work;
  • receive no more than one other award of equal or greater value in his/her second year;
  • submit a completed Applicant/Nominee Information Package (see below under 'Process'); and
  • be legally eligible to work in Canada upon graduation.

Process

  • The award recipient is nominated through the University’s internal awards selection process/program.
  • Following nomination, the Student Awards Office provides written notification and a completed Applicant/Nominee Information Package (up to a maximum of five nominees annually) to OPG. This package must include:
    • a letter of nomination/recommendation from the Student Awards Office;
    • a 250-500 word overview prepared by the nominee highlighting their qualifications/interest in the OPG Lakehead University Indigenous Award;
    • a copy of nominee's most recent official transcript; and
    • a copy of nominee's current resume listing all work, volunteer and extra-curricular activities (full-time and part-time).
  • Following acceptance of the nominee(s), OPG provides the Student Awards Office with a letter of congratulations to each award recipient along with the accompanying award cheque to be presented to the recipient(s) at the University’s Awards Ceremony.

Exciting changes are coming to the John Wesley Beaver Memorial Awards! These changes will greatly enhance the Awards and help Indigenous students reach their academic and career goals.

Please return to this page for updates including deadlines and a new submission process.

Questions/inquiries?

Please contact us via e-mail at jwba@dbjtt.com.

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