The Canadian Engineering Memorial Foundation was founded in 1990 to develop
scholarship and award programs that encourage women to choose engineering as a career
to honour the memory of the 14 women at École Polytechnique whose contributions to
Canada ended on December 6, 1989.
Each year CEMF offers up to five $5,000 Undergraduate Engineering Scholarships to
young women across Canada who are proven leaders, active in their community and
volunteer work, and act as mentors to other young women to encourage them to pursue a
career in engineering. These scholarships are not based on academic achievement.
Applicants must be female engineering students at the undergraduate level enrolled fulltime in an accredited engineering program at a Canadian university. One scholarship may be awarded in each of the regions of British Columbia, Prairies, Ontario, Quebec, and Atlantic.
All application packages must be Post-marked or Courier Date-stamped no later
than Midnight Friday, January 14, 2011.
Further information, visit scholarship link below