OPSEU CAAT-Support Staff Scholarship Fund

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The OPSEU CAAT-Support Division is pleased to once again offer the “OPSEU CAAT-Support Staff Marilou Martin Scholarship.” This is an annual scholarship given to a full-time student in one of the 24 Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology.

This year, the Division will offer five (5) scholarships worth $1,200 each.

Scholarship theme

This year's scholarship theme is “Strategies to address psychological harassment (bullying) in the workplace.” The awards will go to submissions that best address the theme, specifically:

Both of the following two questions must clearly be addressed in your submission

1. What have unions done to progress working people's rights to stop bullying or  psychological harassment in the workplace?                   

2. What strategies do you recommend for stopping bullying/psychological harassment in the workplace and/or school setting?       

Who can apply

The scholarship is open to all full-time students at any of the 24 recognized public Ontario colleges. All applicants must be residents of Ontario and registered in one of the following Ontario Colleges: Fanshawe, Lambton, St. Clair, Niagara, Conestoga, Mohawk, Sheridan, Durham, Fleming, Georgian, Algonquin, St. Lawrence, Loyalist, La Cité, George Brown, Seneca, Centennial, Humber, Boréal, Cambrian, Sault, Canadore, Northern, Confederation.

How to apply

Applications can be submitted in any of the following forms:

  1. Poem
  2. Song
  3. 500-word written essay
  4. Video (2 minutes in length)
  5. Visual art

The application deadline for OPSEU CAAT-Support Staff Scholarships is January 15, 2018 at 11:59 p.m. Submit your complete application package to College Support Scholarships, OPSEU, 100 Lesmill Road, Toronto Ontario M3B 3P8 or send an email to scholarshipcaats@opseu.org.

Publication Date: 

Monday, December 11, 2017 - 1:15am