BCTIA Scholarship money up for grabs

Posted by Rob Lewis

The technology-sector can only be as successful when it possesses the right mix of talent development and skilled worker attraction. The BCTIA acknowledged this need in 2005 and responded by establishing The BC Technology Scholarship Fund.

This industry-funded program provides non-repayable grants to students who have a proven passion for technology that are studying in a variety of traditional technical fields such as engineering or computer science and in non-traditional fields such as marketing, sales, and product development and project management.

For 2011 the BC Technology Scholarship Fund will award two $5,000 grants to deserving University or College Students and six $1,000 grants to Grade 12 Graduates.

To learn more about the application criteria and to apply before Apirl 8th, visit www.bctia.org/scholarship. Grant recipients will be advised in May with formal presentations to take place at the BCTIA Technology Impact Awards on June 9th.

Company:
BCTIA
Website:
http://www.bctia.org
Location:
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

The BC Technology Industry Association (BCTIA) supports the development, growth, and advancement of technology companies in British Columbia. Our Mission is to help companies grow and build world-class organizations; global leaders that anchor a vibrant technology ecosystem and which serve as an inspiration to entrepreneurs in our community. The BCTIA Centre4Growth supports tech companies at all stages of growth... more


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Rob Lewis

Rob Lewis

Rob is the President of Techvibes Media and Editor-in-Chief of Techvibes.com.  His diverse background includes stints in International Trade Finance, Web Development, and Enterprise Software and he is a graduate of the University of British Columbia, British Columbia Institute of Technology, and Simon Fraser University. When not running Canada's leading technology media property, Rob can be... more



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