SCWIST Scholarships

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DEBBE GERVIN MEMORIAL ENTRANCE AWARD, BCIT

A SCWIST scholarship awarded annually and includes a one-year membership in SCWIST.  A cash award available to a female applicant entering an eligible High-Tech Performance program. Selection is based upon academic standing in secondary school/post-secondary studies. Eligible programs: Network and Security Professional, Software Systems Development, Technology Support Professional.


MARGARET LOWE BENSTON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP, BCIT

A SCWIST scholarship awarded annually and includes a one-year membership in SCWIST. A scholarship awarded to a female student who has completed one year of her two-year trade or technology diploma program. The principal consideration will be academic achievement; however, considerable weight will also be given to other evidence of promise such as prior work experience, obstacles that have been overcome and community service.  Students are nominated for these awards by faculty – no application is required.


MICHAEL SMITH SCHOLARSHIP, UNBC

A SCWIST scholarship awarded annually and includes a one-year membership in SCWIST. A scholarship awarded to a young woman midway through her Bachelor of Science program. Selection criteria include academic achievement, career aspirations, and community service.

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Virginia Heinlein Memorial Scholarship

Virginia Heinlein Memorial Scholarship is dedicated to a female candidate majoring in engineering, math, or biological or physical sciences. Candidates must be female undergraduate students at an accredited four-year institution, who are majoring in math, engineering, or biological or physical sciences. Candidates may be residents of any country. Three scholarships will be awarded.
Three $2,500 scholarships are awarded to undergraduate students of accredited 4-year colleges and universities.
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WOMEN IN NUCLEAR CANADA (WIN)

WiN (Women in Nuclear) Canada wishes to recognize young women who play a pivotal role, in their studies and in their communities, in highlighting the benefits of the nuclear industry. The WiN Canada Student Scholarship will be awarded to three (3) deserving applicants who will receive an engraved plaque and a financial contribution of CAN $3,000 each, to be put towards their continued pursuit of a career in the nuclear industry.