Section A: Applicant Information
Section B: Student Statement (30%)
In 500 words or less, explain your views on how engineering impacts society. This is an important selection factor.*
Section C: Professional Characteristics (30%)
In 500 words or less, please describe how you have exemplified the character traits of a professional over the past few years. Examples of professional characteristics include ethics, excellence, and progress. This could also include volunteering, extra-curricular learning, and active involvement within the industry.*
Section D: Resume (15%)
Attach your resume, in PDF format.*
Section E: Academics (25%)
Transcripts are not required to reflect excellence, but if you would like to demonstrate previous struggles with education, and have addressed them within the content of your other responses or supporting material, you may upload unofficial or official transcripts. Winners must provide official transcripts to the Student Program Coordinator before receipt of the award.*
Section F: Supporting Material (Optional)
Please upload any supporting documents (e.g., reference letters, portfolios, samples of project work, etc.) that will strengthen your application. Reference letters can be from:
- A professor or co-op coordinator who knows you and your achievements personally;
- A co-op employer or a registrant of Engineers and Geoscientists BC (professional engineer or professional geoscientist); or
- A prominent member of your community if the above are not possible.
You may upload a maximum of 3 supporting documents.