Description: Jean and Lewis Green grew up in trying economic times. Lewis, a committed lifelong learner; worked as an airframe technician in the Royal Canadian Air Force and was also an accomplished tradesman with the ability to repair anything. His wife Jean, known for her loving and selfless nature, worked at home raising their children. After Lewis retired from the military in 1987, they returned to Summerside, PEI where they lived the rest of their lives. Their retirement years were enriched with six grandchildren, and they spent 52 years together before Jean passed away in 2005 and Lewis in 2011. Their children are honouring their parents' strong work ethic and their success in overcoming adversity through lifelong learning by creating an award for a deserving student entering their second year of a trades and industrial technology program.
Criteria: The Award is to be given to a first year student entering their second year of the Automotive Technology, Industrial Electrical Technician, Electromechanical Technology, Energy Systems Engineering Technology, Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Technology, or the Welding Fabrication program who exhibit a strong work ethic and who demonstrate financial need. Students must apply for the award. Applications are to include a completed Application Form (including the financial information section), and a brief biography. Selection committee, under the direction of the Registrar, will make the selection.
Applies to: Automotive Technology, Industrial Electrical Technician, Electromechanical Technology, Energy Systems Engineering Technology, Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Technology, Welding Fabrication program
|Internal or External||Amount||Deadline||Type|
|internal||approximately $500||February 28||enrolled|
Award details subject to change.