The NAPEG Education Foundation is offering scholarships valued at $2000 to students from the Northwest Territories and Nunavut pursuing education in the fields of engineering or geoscience.
Both scholarships are named in memory of past NAPEG members who were extremely active in the association.
- The Bob Spence Memorial Scholarship was established in 2005. Bob was a Founding Member of NAPEG, Past President, Past Executive Director, friend of many, and a strong advocate for professionalism and high ethical standards.
- The Mel Brown Memorial Scholarship was established in 2002. Mel was a Founding Member and a Life Member of NAPEG. He also served as the association’s first Executive Director from 1981 to 1990.
Eligibility: The applicant will be a Northwest Territories or a Nunavut student entering or attending post-secondary studies leading to a degree in Engineering or Geoscience at an undergraduate level in a recognized university. A NT/NU student is defined as a person whose principal residence has been located within the Northwest Territories or Nunavut for a minimum period of twelve (12) months immediately preceding the award of any scholarship, bursary, grant or financial assistance. Should an individual have been a student at a school outside of the Northwest Territories or Nunavut during the immediately preceding twelve (12) month period; the individual will be deemed to have maintained his or her principal residence in the Northwest Territories or Nunavut for that period, so long as he or she has maintained a valid Northwest Territories or Nunavut Health Care Card for that period as well.
Preference will be given to highly motivated individuals with a strong academic background and demonstrated citizenship and leadership capabilities.
The scholarship application form can be found here.
Applications must be submitted by September 30.
Applicants will be notified of results in December.
Please submit all applications to:
201, 4817-49th Street