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CIM Scholarship
(Crowsnest)

$3,000 (1)
May 1 Open to students from Crowsnest Pass, Elkford, Sparwood or Fernie entering a mining-related field of engineering or earth sciences at the university level (1st year). Student receives $1,000 in the 1st year and $2,000 in the 2nd year for a total of $3,000.

Apply at the school
gail.rousseau@sd5.bc.ca
CIM Crowsnest Branch
CIM Trades Scholarship
$1,000 (1)   May 1 Open to students from Crowsnest Pass, Elkford, Sparwood or Fernie entering a mining-related trade at a recognised trade training school.
  Apply at the school
 
gail.rousseau@sd5.bc.ca
 
CIM Crowsnest Branch
 
Canadian Institute of
Mining (Kamloops
Branch) Bursary

13 awards
for a total of
$9,750 
 August 31 Open to the child(ren) of CIM South Central BC Branch members. Not all awards may be given each year.    rallen@smsequip.com rallen@smsequip.com
 
CIM South Central BC
Branch 
Canadian Institute of
Mining (Kamloops Branch) Bursary
$750 (1)   September 16 Open to students enrolled in either the welding, electrical or heavy duty mechanical trade foundation program at Thompson Rivers University.    www.tru.ca/awards  www.tru.ca/finaid CIM South Central BC
Branch 
Canadian Institute of
Mining (Kamloops Branch) Bursary

$750 (1) 
 
 September 16
Open to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Natural Resource Science program at Thompson Rivers University.
   www.tru.ca/awards
 www.tru.ca/finaid
CIM South Central BC
Branch
 
BC/Yukon Branch -
Mineral Processing
Scholarship
$2,500 (1)  November 4  Open to senior-level students in a minerals industry post-secondary education program in British Columbia or Yukon Territory which has mineral processing as a component. (e.g. UBC Mining Engineering, BCIT Mining & Mineral Exploration Technology, Northwest School of Exploration & Mining, Yukon College Mining School of Science).
Successful students must demonstrate a genuine interest in pursuing a career in mineral processing following completion of their program. This can be demonstrated by related work experience, either prior to or during student’s program, course electives if available, and overall academic achievement.
 berge.simonian@metso.com 
(NOTE: Effective January 2018, the contact is irma.gabric@thermofisher.com)
berge.simonian@metso.com 
(NOTE: Effective January 2018, the contact is irma.gabric@thermofisher.com)

 CIM Canadian Mineral Processors - BC/Yukon Branch
Undergrad Turnbull Cup Photo Contest
$750 (1)  November 10  Contest open to all earth science and mineral engineering related undergraduate or technical college students in the Greater Vancouver area. Photographer of the winning photo receives a $750 award and the school or department is awarded the Turnbull Cup.
   www.cimvancouver.org/photocontest  JohnR.Davidson@FLSmidth.com
 CIM Vancouver Branch
Undergrad Book Prizes
$750 (10)  Set by each
university 
Contest open to all earth science and mineral engineering related undergraduate or technical college students in the Greater Vancouver area.
   JohnR.Davidson@FLSmidth.com JohnR.Davidson@FLSmidth.com

 CIM Vancouver Branch

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