We believe in building up tomorrow's leaders in our community. As part of this support, ENMAX offers various student scholarships in environmental leadership, trades, electrical engineering and business.
To learn more please use the links associated with each award.
This $1,500 award is presented to a student enrolled in the MacPhail School of Energy - Electrical Engineering Technology Program at SAIT. The student must be in their third semester and demonstrate financial need and academic achievement. Preference is given to Indigenous students.
EEach year, a $1,000 scholarship is awarded to a student from each of these school Divisions: Horizon (No. 67), Livingstone Range (No. 68) and Westwind (No. 74). Criteria for these awards depend on the individual division and students must apply through their school.
The ENMAX Bright Minds Scholarship Fund is awarded to a full-time second, third- or fourth-year student with a minimum 3.0 GPA in one of Mount Royal University's academic credit programs in the areas of Business, Environment, Science or Engineering.
Students must demonstrate financial need based on Mount Royal University's financial-need assessment procedures and their involvement in extra-curricular activities and/or their community engagement.
Two $2,500 awards are available to eligible students graduating from CBE and CSSD high schools. Students must be in Grade 12, completing diploma requirements at a CBE or CSSD high school, show academic success with a minimum 70 per cent GPA, and provide two letters of recommendation showing how the student exemplifies one or more of the ENMAX values (Safety, Integrity, Accountability, Service, Teamwork, Agility, Innovation) through participation in non-academic activities. For full details on eligibility and deadlines, visit the
Education Matters website or your school Scholarship Coordinator.
ENMAX ENPower Scholarship, offered annually in the amount of $5,000, is awarded to a University of Calgary undergraduate student entering their second, third or fourth year in the Schulich School of Engineering and actively participating in the Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) student group. It is based on academic merit and financial need.
This annual award is offered to an undergraduate student at the University of Calgary who is continuing their studies with a concentration in Accounting in the Haskayne School of Business and is based on academic merit and financial need.
This $1,500 award is offered to a student in the Electrical Apprenticeship program or the Wind Turbine Technician program who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to Indigenous students from Treaty 7 Nations.
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