Bursary for female students
interested in working in energy
for female students and emerging professionals interested in working in the Ontario power sector
APPrO understands that people starting out in a new field sometime need a helping hand. The electricity sector is a heavily male dominated field, but that is changing, as it should. To help that progress along, and encourage women’s participation, we are offering a bursary for the full registration fees to a limited number of students and emerging professionals currently working in junior positions or students interested in potentially pursuing work in the energy sector.
The bursary will be offered to three qualifying female students or young professionals who would like to attend the conference but might find the registration fee a little beyond their means.
A number of terms and conditions apply, as outlined in the detailed explanations below.
In order to qualify for the bursary, the applicant must meet the following criteria:
a) Be a non-employed student in good standing at a recognized educational institution
b) Must not be eligible to have conference registration fees paid by employer or other agency.
c) Has not registered as a delegate to APPrO’s annual Canadian Power Conference in the last three years,
e) Has not been a member of APPrO during the last three years.
f) The applicant must submit documentation to APPrO explaining her interest in the field and the reasons for requesting the bursary by October 21.
g) APPrO’s deliberations on the applications will be private and its decisions will be final and not be subject to any kind of review.
Please see additional terms below:
Please note: The number of bursaries available is extremely limited and will be terminated without notice once the offer is fully subscribed.
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