SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE

 

The Scholarship Committee is responsible to coordinate the award of our 4 annual Lloyd Douglas Scholarships, one in each of the Atlantic provinces.  More details about this and other scholarships are shown below.

 

 

CDN STOCKHOLM JUNIOR WATER PRIZE

     

Congratulations to the winner of the 2017 Canadian Stockholm Junior Water Prize!

      

Nicole Schmidt

        

Sir Winston Churchill High School

Calgary, Alberta

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ACWWA SCHOLARSHIPS 

    

The Atlantic Canada Water and Wastewater Association (ACWWA) is pleased to present the following 3 scholarships annually.

 

 

Online applications now available for

2017/2018 scholarships!

  

Deadlines:

Lloyd Douglas  - October 20, 2017

Craig Kelman & Associated  - October 20, 2017

"The ONE" AWWA Operator - November 10, 2017

  

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AWWA SCHOLARSHIPS

    

More information on eligibility and the application process for AWWA scholarships can be found HERE.

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WEF - CANHAM GRADUATE STUDIES SCHOLARSHIP

  

This Water Environment Federation (WEF) scholarship, honouring the former Water Environment Executive Director, Robert Canham, provides $25,000 for a post-baccalaureate student in the water environment field.   More information on eligibility and the application process/deadlines can be found HERE.
  
 

ABEA - ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP

  

At the 2011 ABEA AGM, held in St. John’s NL, it was decided that the Atlantic Branch Equipment Association would support four (4) / $1000 scholarships for the sons/daughters, of ACWWA/ABEA members, intending to pursue a career related to the water / wastewater industry, and those choosing to study in Atlantic Canada.  More information on eligibility and the application process/deadlines can be found HERE.
 

 

CWWA - STEVE BONK SCHOLARSHIP

  

In recognition of Steve Bonk’s guidance and development of the Canadian Water and Wastewater Association (CWWA) and his roles as leader and ambassador of the water and wastewater sectors, a scholarship in his name was established by CWWA in 1995. The scholarship is intended to provide educational assistance to those embarking on careers associated with municipal water supply or wastewater. The scholarship of $500 will be awarded annually.  More information on eligibility and application process/deadlines can be found HERE.