The Women of PLT Bursary

Now accepting bursary applications from November 1, 2022, to December 31, 2022.

The Women of PLT Bursary is available to students in their first or second year in a Powerline Technician Diploma with a registered college in Ontario. This year two bursaries will be available at $2,500.00 CAD. Thank you to Fanshawe College for your support for this year’s bursary.

Eligibility

The applicant must be registered full-time in a Powerline Technician program in the province of Ontario and attend school in the 2022 – 2023 academic year. Applicants are asked to apply only once in an academic year. This bursary is open to all genders. 

Application Requirements

Applicants are required to complete and submit the following:

  • Cover letter including; Name, Date, Contact Information, College, Program of Study, Current year of study, and Expected completion date
  • One 1000-word essay describing the benefits of a diversified workforce to Canada’s electricity sector

How to Submit Your Application

Email your cover letter and essay to info@womenofplt.com by December 31, 2022, and include “Bursary 2022” as your subject line.

Selection Process

Submissions will be reviewed by the Women of Powerline Technicians’ Selection Committee. The committee’s award decision will be final. The bursary recipient will be invited to submit a photo and impact statement for distribution in Women of PLT publications.

Terms

At the time of the award, Women of Powerline Technicians will require enrolment verification.

Bursary Recipient Announcement

The 2022 – 2023 Women of PLT Bursary recipient will be announced in February 2023.

Deadline for Application

The deadline for application is December 31, 2022.

Congratulations to Our Past Bursary Recipients

Gabrielle Findlater, St. Clair College, 2021 – 2022 Women of PLT Bursary Recipient

Katelin Hillman, Algonquin College, 2020 – 2021 Women of PLT Bursary Recipient

Chloe Smith, Algonquin College, 2019 – 2020 Women of PLT Bursary Recipient Sponsored by Utilities Kingston