These awards are presented to a first year student, and a second year student. If no suitable candidates are identified from the Recreation, Fish and Wildlife program, then the second priority will be from the Integrated Environmental Planning Program, a
In recognition of over a decade of commitment by the Kootenay Okanagan Electric Consumers Association membership to sustainability and community involvement in renewable resources management, the scholarship will be awarded to a high-ranking Integrated Environmental Planning first year student committed to completing their diploma.
To a first or second year Associate of Arts or Science or Renewable Resources student pursuing a career in Engineering/Earth Science and continuing studies in that field. First preference would be to a student who has graduated from JL Crowe or Rossland Secondary.
To a student in financial need who has attended ABE or SOAR (Steps to Opportunities, Academics & Readiness) programs classes before entering the School of Environment and Geomatics. If the fund is not awarded based on the previous criteria, it will be awarded to any student in financial need.