Aboriginal Scholarship

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We contribute to the strength and sustainability of the communities where we work and live. We believe that investing in education creates a strong foundation for a bright future. This is why we're supporting the post-secondary education of Aboriginal students in communities where we operate.

Our Aboriginal Scholarship program is designed around three main objectives:

  • To encourage Aboriginal students to pursue and complete post-secondary education
  • To increase the number of Aboriginal professionals and role models in communities where we operate
  • To further the potential for local employment in the oil and gas industry

Each year, we offer up to 10 scholarships for Aboriginal students residing in our operating areas who are pursuing a full-time degree, diploma or certified trade. These scholarships are valued at $3,500.

The application deadline is now passed for the 2016-2017 academic year.

Aboriginal Scholarship eligibility criteria

Eligibility
  • Applicant package must be complete and received prior to deadline
  • Applicant must be a resident of Alberta and residing within proximity of a Cenovus operating area
  • Applicant must provide proof of Aboriginal status
  • Applicant must be enrolled at an accredited post secondary institution, in a full-time program leading to a recognized degree, diploma or certified trade
Selection will be based on the following criteria
  • Program of study
  • Community involvement
  • Career goals
  • Academic achievement
  • Financial need