ASTTBC Foundation provides thousands of dollars annually to support students in ASTTBC recognized programs. Here are the programs eligible for ASTTBC Foundation bursaries and awards. Students should apply through the Awards Office of their college or institute or check with their instructors. To be eligible to receive an ASTTBC Foundation bursary or award, applicants must be a full-time student and a registrant of ASTTBC. ASTTBC Student Membership is FREE for students registered in a full-time technology program recognized by ASTTBC.
To help attract women to careers in manufacturing CME in partnership with Fiera Foods established a scholarship awards program for women in manufacturing. This scholarship was created to support the education of women who are planning to pursue a career in manufacturing.
FIRST Robotics Canada recognizes the tremendous benefits of diversity, and since its inception in 2001 has encouraged equality and inclusion in all its programs. FIRST Canada and the Murai family are proud to announce the “Canadian Women in STEM Award” scholarship of $10,000 to encourage and support high school girls who wish to pursue post-secondary education and a career in a STEM field. The ideal candidate would be someone who has demonstrated strong leadership, is fanatical about science and technology and wants to motivate positive change in the community.
Honours those for whom the CFUW Charitable Trust receives memorial donations. At the time of application, the candidate must be enrolled in Masters studies in science, mathematics or engineering. This fellowship is tenable in Canada or abroad.
The Cox Scholarship, sponsored by the ASA Committee on Women in Statistics and Caucus for Women in Statistics, was established in 1989 to encourage more women to enter statistically oriented professions.
Two scholarship recipients are selected each year: one to a woman in or entering the early stages of graduate training (MS or PhD) and one to a woman in a more advanced stage of training. Scholarship recipients receive a certificate and $1,000.
John Evans, P.Eng was a Director and Vice-President of the Foundation, a committed supporter of women in engineering and a CEMF scholarship judge. His legacy included a donation for an award to be made to a young Canadian woman entering an accredited engineering program in Canada from high school and it is not based on academic achievement. This $5,000 award also includes a potential summer engineering work placement opportunity with Fortis Inc. at one of their Canadian utilities, after your second or third year of study.
One-year $5,000 scholarship available to a female undergraduate engineering technology student enrolled full-time in a post-secondary educational institution and pursuing a bachelor or an associate degree in a course of study which has traditionally been a preparatory curriculum for the HVAC&R profession.
Scholarships awarded annually to female international/DACA students who are currently enrolled or accepted to study full-time in a STEM degree program at a program MPOWER supports in the United States or Canada.