We’re launching an exciting new program at the School of Mechanical and Engineering Technologies and offering entrance scholarships thanks to a partnership with Toronto Hydro.
We collaborated with Toronto Hydro to develop the Electromechanical Engineering Technology - Power and Control program that starts in September. And to celebrate our first cohort of 25 students, Toronto Hydro is providing two entrance scholarships—one specifically for women.
There’s still time to apply for this program. Take your next step.
“We are proud to work with Toronto Hydro in training technologists for the industrial and advanced manufacturing sectors—professionals who will maintain and operate sophisticated automated equipment,” said Adel Esayed, Dean, Centre for the Construction and Engineering Technologies. “And we are grateful for Toronto Hydro’s generous support to help remove barriers to education in this exciting field.”
A total of four Toronto Hydro entrance scholarships will be awarded for the 2021-2022 academic year—two available to all students and two for women. For the next three years after that, a total of two Toronto Hydro entrance scholarships will be available per year.
George Brown recognizes the power of partnerships and these types of collaborations create excellent results—our students get access to the latest sector-specific developments, technology and networking opportunities, and employers know where to find grads who are ready to hit the ground running. We’re proud to be a partner of choice for leading organizations like Toronto Hydro and many others.
How to APPLY
Students who meet the following criteria can apply for the Toronto Hydro entrance scholarships:
- Registered full-time domestic student
- Enrolled in the Electromechanical Engineering Technology – Power & Control program
- Exhibits interest for their field of study and passion for future academic and professional goals
Visit the Student Awards page for more information, including detailed instruction on how to submit your awards application.