CLICK HERE to see our VIDEO about the program.
“The industry is challenged with recruiting talent and meeting succession planning needs. The Scholarship Foundation is focused on improving the availability of talent for its member companies and on creating awareness of the career opportunities within its flourishing industry,” said Tim Horsman, 2013 chair of the EFC Foundation and president of E.B. Horsman & Son.
Applications for the 2013 program will be accepted until July 1, 2013. CLICK HERE to apply.
Also, you can download the brochure in English or French below.
Scholarships are awarded to post-secondary students studying in an electrical or electronics concentration, including electrical apprenticeship, electrical engineering technology, electrical technician, electrical engineering, supply chain management or business administration. Scholarships are also awarded on the basis of academic achievement, areas of study, leadership, and career interests.
Supporting students for 18 years, the EFC Foundation Scholarship Program encourages Canadian youth to pursue a career in the electrical, electronics and telecom industries. To date, EFC says it has invested over $600,000 in the post-secondary technical training and education.
$80,000 in Scholarships UP for GRABS in 2013 EFC Scholarship
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