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November 14, 2019

Scholarship Program Recipients Announced

We are proud to announce our 2019/20 BluEarth Renewables’ scholarship recipients.

Formerly known as the Aboriginal Clean Energy Scholarship (ACES) program, we expanded the scholarship program this year to include three scholarship opportunities: The Indigenous Peoples Scholarship, the Community Leaders Scholarship, and the Renewable Energy Trades Scholarship.

Since our scholarship program first began in 2014, BluEarth has awarded $50,000 to post-secondary students in Canada.

“The BluEarth Scholarship Program is an important part of our commitment to giving back to the communities where we live, work and operate,” said Grant Arnold, President and CEO. “We are very proud to offer this program to support, educate and inspire the next generation of leaders and professionals who have the power to change the future.”

In addition to financial support, the BluEarth Scholarship Program offers a unique opportunity for recipients to be paired with a BluEarth learning partner for the academic year to provide support and mentorship, while learning more about renewable energy.

 

Congratulations to the 2019 BluEarth Renewables Scholarship Recipients:

Nichole McCloud
Aboriginal Teaching Education, Lakeland College
Recipient of the Indigenous Peoples Scholarship

Mack Karwacki
Alternative Energy Technology, Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
Recipient of the Indigenous Peoples Scholarship

Haaziq Altaf
Bachelor of Engineering, University of Calgary
Recipient of the Community Leaders Scholarship

Samia Sami
Bachelor of Electrical Engineering, University of Saskatchewan
Recipient of the Community Leaders Scholarship

Daniel Stevens
Energy Systems Engineering Technology, Centennial College
Recipient of the Renewable Energy Trades Scholarship

Learn more about our Scholarship Recipients here.

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