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With a goal of carrying on her family’s business, Cayley is working towards her Parts Technician designation and eventually her Red Seal certification. Watch her story and see how this 2018 TC Energy Trades Scholarship recipient is working towards her goal to “… set an example for all women considering a career in the trades.”
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In support of students who demonstrate a strong community commitment through leadership, volunteerism, community involvement or other activities that benefit their community.
In support of Indigenous students (First Nation, Métis, Inuit or Non-Status) pursuing any full-time, post-secondary program at a registered education institute.
In support of students who are enrolled in a qualifying trades program at a registered education institute. This includes, but is not limited to, mechanical, electrical, instrumentation, welding, pipe fitting and camp related positions etc.
Enrolled in a post-secondary institution for the Fall-start school year
A citizen or permanent resident of Canada
Located in a community near TC Energy's operations or projects
Would benefit from supplementary education funding
Not in Canada? Pre-qualification forms are available for the United States and Mexico.
Note: TC Energy's Scholarships are only available to people who are not financially dependent on a TC Energy employee, contractor or consultant.
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Please note that applying is a two-step process. Eligibility to apply does not ensure you will receive a scholarship. Each applicant must complete the full application form which will be evaluated on an individual basis.
Unfortunately, you don't pre-qualify for a TC Energy Scholarship.
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Trades Scholarship Recipient — British Columbia
With his father’s influence, Josh knew early on that he wanted to pursue an education in the trades. He is already a journeyman electrician and with a 2017 TC Energy Trades Scholarship he is working towards a secondary certification in instrumentation. Josh explains: “School is expensive, so I’m thankful for TC Energy’s support.” Watch the video to learn more about Josh’s interest in the trades.
Indigenous Legacy Scholarship Recipient — Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation, Alta.
Sonja received a 2017 Indigenous Legacy Scholarship to aid in her pursuit of an MBA and her goal to “. . . ensure our nations have the chance to become self-sufficient and self-sustaining.” As an adult, Sonja learned to overcome her dyslexia and obtained her GED, two diplomas and a bachelor’s degree. She is currently pursuing her MBA.
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