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OAC Scholarship for Aerospace Studies

posted Apr 23, 2015, 4:26 PM by 700Squadron Web   [ updated Apr 23, 2015, 4:28 PM ]


OAC Scholarship for Aerospace Studies

The Ontario Aerospace Council is pleased to offer two scholarships for the 2015-2016 Academic Year for students going into or currently enrolled in an aerospace studies program at a post-secondary institution (college or university) in Ontario.  The value of each scholarship is $1,800.00 CAD.


Who Can Apply?

Q  High school students in their final year who are entering an aerospace studies program at an accredited Ontario college or university

Q  Students currently enrolled in an aerospace studies program at an accredited Ontario college or university

What is Required for the Application?

Q  Essay (500 – 800 words) from applicant stating their interest in aerospace and career aspirations

Q  For first year students, a Letter of Acceptance into their chosen academic institution

Q  Two letters of reference from community members (teacher, professor, coaches, employer, volunteer leader, etc.)

Q  Academic report issued by applicant’s current educational institution for the 2014-2015 Academic Year (most current)

Q  Academic achievement of 70% or greater in current year studies

Application Submission:

Q  Applications may be submitted electronically to the OAC at leigh.kras@theOAC.ca

QApplications may be submitted by regular mail to: 
 
OAC Scholarship Application
Ontario Aerospace Council
2338 Woodfield Road
Oakville, ON  L6H 6Y6

Q  Applications must be received no later than Wednesday May 20, 2015

Q  Incomplete applications will not be considered

The OAC Scholarship Review Panel will review applications and successful candidates will be advised by May 27, 2015.  Scholarships will be presented at OAC’s Golf Tournament on June 1, 2015.

Funds for this initiative are generated from the annual OAC Golf Tournament.  We thank all golf tournament sponsors and participants for enabling OAC to offer this to the next generation of ouraerospace workforce.

 

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