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Scholarship & Bursary Programs


The BC Electrical Association is very active in promoting careers in the electrical industry. Since the inception of the Scholarship and Bursary programs, we have awarded over $300,000.

2019 BCEA Scholarship & Bursary Recipients (PDF). Congratulations winners, thank you sponsors!


The BCEA Scholarship Program

The BC Electrical Association will award up to $10,000 in $1,000 to $2,000 scholarships.

Scholarships are available to dependents of personnel of BCEA member companies in good standing, up to a maximum of two scholarships per member company. The employee of the BCEA member company must live and work in British Columbia. Students are not required to attend school in B.C. (Maximum of three scholarships per individual).

Students must be attending or planning to attend an accredited university, college or post-secondary educational institute on a full-time basis.

Applicants applying for a BCEA scholarship and pursuing a career in the electrical or electrical engineering will also qualify for the $1,000 Tommy Haddock Scholarship.

For Application Checklist, Criteria for Selection, and Application Form, please download:

BCEA 2020 Scholarship Program Application Package (PDF)

The BCEA Bursary Program
Please visit us in 2020 for further information on our Scholarship and Bursary Programs ×

The BCEA members have raised funds this year to award $500 - $1,000 bursaries.

Bursaries are available to grade twelve and post secondary students perusing a career in the following areas:

  • Electrical (including apprentices)
  • Marketing
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Business

Bursaries will be awarded to post secondary students and grade twelve students who will be attending a post secondary school in September (Apprentices must be returning back to school in the next school year). Bursaries will be paid directly to the post secondary school and will be allocated towards your tuition. Students are required to attend a post secondary school in British Columbia full-time.

Students must be attending or planning to attend an accredited university, college or post-secondary educational institute on a full-time basis.

Applicants applying for a BCEA bursary and pursuing a career in the electrical field will also qualify for the $1,000 Tommy Haddock Scholarship.

For Application Checklist, Criteria for Selection, and Application Form, please download:

BCEA 2020 Scholarship Program Application Package (PDF)
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