Number of Awards:

Award Value(s): Each award will be for the amount of US$750.00 and will be announced in January 2019 

Criteria Selection: 

• Instrumentation Engineering Technology Program – enrolled in a post-secondary automation related program in Western Canada (Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia, Yukon, or Northwest Territories) 

• Academic achievement (Minimum GPA 3.00 (75%)) in from previous year studies. 

• Essay (250 words) describing your industry involvement, future goals, and your ambitions in Automation 

• Must be a member of ISA (International Society of Automation) 

• Preference may be given to students with proof of financial need 

• With the successful application, an award letter will be issued with the award cheque in December of each year. 

• The award can only be received one time by a single individual 

Application Process: 

• Applications to be submitted to immediate past District 10 District Vice President from Western Canada • For 2018 this is Ian Verhappen 

• Deadline for students to apply: February 4, 2019 

Selection Process: 

• The District 10 Scholarship committee consist of two (2) representatives from each active Section in Western Canada 

• Chairperson is immediate past District 10 District Vice President from Western Canada who will compile and distribute applications to Committee members by Remembrance day each year 

• Committee will determine the award recipient based on all criteria components 

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