Scholarship Program

Creating Opportunities in STEM: Telesat’s 2022 Scholarship Program

Today, women are under-represented in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) and that needs to change. The 2022 Telesat Scholarship Program is aimed at closing this gender gap and inspiring the next-generation of female innovators and leaders. This annual program will provide eight (8) students a scholarship of $5,000 CAD each.

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Eligibility

Eligible applicants must:

  • identify as female;
  • be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident;
  • be entering or already enrolled in full-time studies of an undergraduate degree in the 2022 academic year;
  • be enrolled in a STEM program;
  • have a minimum cumulative average of 75% (or equivalent) over the last three terms of available marks;
  • be enrolled in an accredited Canadian university

Diversity

Telesat aims for this scholarship to reflect Canada’s broad diversity and we strongly encourage Indigenous students to apply.

Applicants can view the full program details and apply online. The application and supporting document deadline is 1:00 pm ET, March 15, 2022.

2022 Women in STEM Scholarship Winners

Samantha Morgon

University of New Brunswick-Fredericton, Engineering

Phoebe Chalmers

Queen’s University, Mechatronics & Robotics Engineering

Alexia Boucher

University of Ottawa, Biochemistry

Lucy Chen

University of Waterloo, Computing and Financial Management

Charlotte Brown

University of Ottawa, Biotechnology

Elena Sales

University of Toronto, Engineering

Sydney Campbell

Concordia University, Software Engineering

Anika Daclan

Dalhousie University, Nursing

2021 Women in STEM Scholarship Winners

Clare Benson

McMaster University, Electrical Engineering

Melanie Cadelis

Laval University, Computer Science

Megha Desai

University of British Columbia, Mechanical Engineering

Natasha Dmytryk

Queen’s University, Life Sciences

Lauren Healy

University of Ottawa, Biochemistry & Chemical Engineering

Alana Lopes

McMaster University, Physics

Alana McKee

Carleton University, Electrical Engineering

Shayna Uhryn

University of Saskatchewan, Anatomy and Cell Biology