Year after year, Electro-Federation Canada (EFC) continues its mission of encouraging young people to persevere in their post-secondary studies by awarding scholarships to young talents here.
EFC in few words
Electro-Federation Canada describes itself as a national non-profit industry association representing more than 220 companies involved in the manufacturing, distribution, marketing and sale of a wide range of electrical products. Every year, EFC members contribute more than $ 10 billion to the Canadian economy and employ more than 40,000 workers at over 1,300 facilities across the country.
What is the EFC Scholarship Program?
This year, more than $ 152,000 will be awarded through 61 scholarships to students in various fields related to the electrical industry; electrical engineering, electrical technology, electrical engineering, industrial distribution, sales, marketing, finance, human resources, supply chain management / operations, logistics, data analytics management or information technology.
These amounts come from various member companies of the Electro-Federation who are committed to encouraging the next generation to pursue a career in the field and who firmly believe that today’s students are the next generation of tomorrow!
To date, more than $ 1,650,000 has been donated to young Canadian students.
Stanpro annually awards a $ 3,500 Excellence Scholarship to a college or university student in business or business administration with a cumulative average of more than 80%.
This year, the recipient of the scholarship of excellence is Marika Grenier, a student at HEC Montreal University. Stanpro is proud to support Marika in her studies and reward her efforts.
To learn more about the EFC Scholarship Program or to apply, visit the Electro-Federation Canada website.