The applications for the ACES award will be accepted no later than 15 September each year. This scholarship only open to any students who are the member of aboriginal community and reside in Canada. Successful applicants will be granted up to $3,000.
BluEarth awards aboriginal Clean Energy Scholarships (ACES) annually to aboriginal students pursuing post-secondary education, including trade certification, diploma, degree programs, etc. Successful candidates will have an opportunity for a paid internship at the conclusion of their academic year and an opportunity to be partnered with a BluEarth team member who will act as a learning partner throughout their academic year. This learning partnership is for two-way communication to inspire, challenge and motivate students as well as BluEarth employees.
The scholarship winners will receive benefit of $3,000. Other interesting benefit may also be given.
Level and Area of Studies
Trades or technical school, college or university level in all subjects.
Place of Study
The study should be taken in Canada.
Eligibility and Criteria
Applicants must be a member of an aboriginal community (band or settlement), including First Nations, Metis and Inuit; a resident of Canada; and pursuing full-time studies at an accredited Canadian trades or technical school, college or university.
Canadian students are welcome to apply.
To apply, all candidates are required to submit all of the document as follow:
- A completed application form. This can be downloaded at the application link below.
- Proof of your Aboriginal Status
- Unofficial transcript for your most recent academic program, if completed in the last five years
- One letter of recommendation
- In 500 words or less, explain why you would be a good candidate for ACES and how you intend to apply what you learn from your program to the clean energy sector.
September 15 on annual basis.