Canadian Women In STEM Award Scholarship

The annual $10,000 FIRST Canada Canadian Women in STEM Scholarship, sponsored by the Murai family, is awarded annually to one young woman in robotics who demonstrates a deep dedication to the advancement of equity, diversity, and inclusion in STEM through impressive leadership and a strong passion for the field. Our mission with this scholarship is to level the playing field for motivated girls to pursue meaningful careers in STEM and feel empowered to inspire and remove barriers for other young women. It is our dream that with this scholarship, we can work towards a future that truly values and celebrates the contributions and successes of all women in STEM.
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High School Address(Required)
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When is your intended enrolment date? (e.g., Fall Semester 2022)(Required)

Supporting Documentation

Please ensure you have the following documentation ready and submit it with your application.

1.) A letter of recommendation from a high school instructor from whom you have taken one or more classes.

2. A current, official high school transcript

3. A typed brief essay (no more than 500 words) in which you talk about your participation in the FIRST Robotics Competition and the impact of the competition on your life and your desire to be a STEM role model.
Accepted file types: pdf, docx, doc, png, jpg, Max. file size: 16 MB.
Accepted file types: pdf, docx, doc, png, jpg, Max. file size: 16 MB.
Accepted file types: pdf, docx, doc, png, jpg, Max. file size: 16 MB.

Disclaimer and Signature

By signing this Application Form, I hereby certify that: (i) all information contained in or attached to this Application Form, or provided with this Application Form, is true, accurate and complete; (ii) the attached essay is solely my work product: and (iii) to the best of my knowledge, I am not an immediate or extended family member of: (a) an officer or director of FIRST​ Canada.; (b) a substantial contributor to ​FIRST​ Canada; or (c) a member of the Scholarship Committee of ​FIRST​ Canada.