A major gift from the Hebron Project Employers’ Association for the College of the North Atlantic aims to help women and Indigenous students taking apprenticeship-related skilled trades.
The Association donated just under $450,000 to the cause in a ceremony at the Prince Phillip Drive campus last week.
To be eligible for a bursary, students must demonstrate financial need and strong academic standing in a qualifying skilled trades program at the College.
College of the North Atlantic has received a $447k donation from the Hebron Project Employers’ Association. CNA will use the funds to offer a new bursary, “The Hebron Project Skilled Trades Apprenticeship Bursary Program for Women and Indigenous Students”. https://t.co/9IZevlh7fV pic.twitter.com/2hbQXpNPRg
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