UBC Centennial Scholars Entrance Awards

Are you eligible for a UBC award of up to $80,000?

Website:  you.ubc.ca/centennialscholars

Seneca College – RCAF Pilot Training

Royal Canadian Air Force Pilot Training Program

Become a Canadian Armed Forces pilot and earn a Seneca College Honours Bachelor of Aviation Technology.

Seneca College, in partnership with the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF), has created the best program to put academics into action.

If selected by the RCAF as part of this unique four year program you will attend flying training as part of the RCAF Pilot training program and be automatically registered to start your academics at Seneca College following initial flight qualification (year 2).  Talk to a Canadian Armed Forces Recruiter nearest you for further details or the forces.ca website.

Website: http://www.senecacollege.ca/school/aviation/rcaf/

Fireside Catholic Publishing

Only one student from Vanier can be nominated for this this scholarship. Please inform Ms. Lapointe by November 15, 2018 if you are interested in putting your name forward.


  • Seniors at a Catholic High School within the US or Canada who are graduating in 2019.
  • Nominated
  • Essay – “How is your religious education influencing your life?” – 750 words or 2 pages maximum.
  • Short biography including post graduate plans.



Women in Technology Workshop

Geomatics and Surveying Engineering and Engineering Design and Drafting Technology
Moose Jaw Campus

Date:  Saturday, October 20, 2018
Register online at saskpolytech.ca/WITT
Course Code:  CEXP-1617
Cost: $20

Contact Michelle Lanoie at 306-691-8446 or email michelle.lanoie@saskpolytech.ca

Awards for Women in Engineering

Each year CEMF offers a number of Graduate and Undergraduate Engineering Ambassador Awards to young women across Canada who are proven leaders, active volunteers in their communities and mentors to other young women to encourage them to follow an engineering path.

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 an engineering work placement opportunity with Fortis Inc. at one of their Canadian utilities.

Applicant Application