Eligibility: Indigenous students pursuing post-secondary education Applicants must be a member of an Indigenous community (band or settlement), including First Nations, Matis and Inuit; a resident of Canada; and pursuing full-time studies at an accredited Canadian trades or technical school, college or university. Eligible candidates are required to submit an application to the ACES selection committee. Candidates will be reviewed based on academic merit, community involvement and pursuit of studies that could be transferable to the clean energy sector.

Award Type: Current students

Action: Application Required

Availability: Domestic Students

Level of Study: Open

Deadline to Apply: 15-Sep-18

Actual Deadline Date: 15-Sep-18

Value/Amount: $3,000

Best Link: http://www.bluearth.ca/community-investment/aboriginal-clean-energy-scholarship/

Academic Year: 2019-2024

How to Apply: Complete the application form (available on website); Attach proof of your Indigenous Status, Provide an unofficial transcript for your most recent academic program, if completed in the last five years; Attach one letter of recommendation; in 500 words or less, explain why you would be a good candidate for ACES and how you intend to apply what you learn from your program to the clean energy sector

How/When Is It Paid: Successful candidates will be notified on October and scholarship money will be divided into two payments. The first payment will be issued in October 2018, and the second payment in February 2019.