Atlantic Towing Limited (ATL) is pleased to announce two recurring financial awards for Indigenous students enrolled in Camosun College’s Bridge Watch Rating and Culinary programs. Camosun College is a community college located in Greater Victoria, serving approximately 19,000 students. The awards will provide financial assistance with tuition and living expenses, work placement opportunities and full-time employment with ATL upon graduation.
The Bridge Watch Rating Award is intended to assist with costs of living (transportation, childcare, PPE, etc.) for Indigenous students, as tuition and accommodation costs are waived for women and Indigenous students participating in the program. The amount will be determined based on the financial needs of the selected recipient.
The Culinary Program Scholarship is a $6,000 financial award intended to cover the cost of tuition for the program, spanning the apprenticeship and technical training.
To be considered for either award, students must self-identify as an Indigenous Person, be in good academic standing and complete all application requirements. To begin the application process, please visit:
Students currently enrolled in Camosun College’s Bridge Watch Rating or Culinary programs, or persons expected to enroll in either program are invited and encouraged to apply.
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