|Skills Canada - Ontario Scholarship|
The Board of Directors of Skills Canada – Ontario is pleased to award this $500 scholarship(s) each year to a student(s) pursuing post secondary education in technology through a community college program. We encourage educators from across the province to share information on this scholarship with their students. Nomination forms can be found here.
1. You possess a Canadian citizenship or landed immigrant status and you are an Ontario resident.
The Skills Canada – Ontario Scholarship
• Or by fax to 519-749-6322
|Skilled Trades Hall of Fame|
|Skills/Compétences Canada / Lowe's Grant|
Skills/Compétences Canada and the Lowe’s Charitable and Educational Foundation have partnered together to provide one-time funding for high-school-based projects in selected provinces in Canada. The grant money (up to $10 000 per school) is aimed at Skills Canada - Ontario affiliated schools, whose students and teachers wish to improve their school campus, curriculum delivery or surrounding community.
To see a list of the 2012-2013 Skills/Compétences Canada & Lowe's Toolbox for Education Grant recipients please click here.
Application Forms for the 2013-2014 school year will be available on this site by August, 2013. Please check back then.
|Glenn Beatty Award|
Glenn Beatty was a participant in the CAD, CAM, CNC contests and gold medal winner in the 1997 Ontario Technological Skills Competition and then progressed to the Canadian Skills Competition held in Red Deer, Alberta for another Gold medal performance that same year. Following his outstanding performance at the skills competition, at both the provincial and national level, Glenn was hired by ATS Automation Tooling Systems in Cambridge, Ontario.
Grateful for the opportunity given to him and the impact that it had on his life, Glenn returned to Skills Canada – Ontario in 1998 as a volunteer.
In January of 1999 we lost Glenn in a motor vehicle accident, representing a tremendous loss to the organization, the community and to all those who knew him.
As a tribute to Glenn, Skills Canada – Ontario presents the Glenn Beatty Award annually to a volunteer, or volunteers, who embody the dedication and passion for Skills Canada – Ontario that Glenn had.
2011 Glenn Beatty Award Distinguished Recipient:
To view past recipients, please click here.
|Dick Hopkins Award|
In a technological world, there is nothing more important than ensuring that the next generation is well prepared to survive and thrive, into the future. This requires dedicated enthusiastic and motivated technology teachers. It requires teachers who care, who can inspire students and who excel in teaching technology.
Dick Hopkins was such a teacher. Dick Hopkins was a technology educator at Napanee and Sydenham high schools and Queen’s University Faculty of Education. He exemplified the energy and enthusiasm of a great technology educator who inspired a generation of teachers and students.
A hard working technology educator, Dick continually asked his students to push the envelope in order to do great things. Dick was a champion of community-based projects, such as a motorized bed for bedridden patients at a local hospital.
Dick was also a champion of skills competitions, encouraging his students to challenge themselves by showcasing their talents to the community and to the world. He vigorously promoted the skilled trades as career choices for his students. At Queen’s University, Dick was an admired master teacher, inspiring a generation of new technology teachers who are now working all over the province.
Dick passed away suddenly in October 2002. In honour and remembrance of our friend and colleague, the Ontario Council for Technology Education (OCTE) and Skills
Congratulations to the following previous recipients for inspiring their students to pursue their passions and for setting such high standards:
Click here for a nomination form.
In partnership with:
|Award of Excellence|
|Skills Canada – Ontario Bursary|
The Skills Canada – Ontario Bursary provides financial assistance to competitors advancing from the Ontario Technological Skills Competition to the Canadian Skills Competition. The bursary assists with the travel costs for each member of Team Ontario. In addition, the bursary financially assists students participating in other Skills Canada – Ontario programs where costs may be a prohibitive factor.
For more information on The Skills Canada – Ontario Bursary please contact Gail Smyth at (519) 749-9899 extension 229 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org