Hydro One is in the business of distributing and transmitting electricity. Hydro One also has a history of supporting women in developing satisfying professional careers for mutual benefit. Part of this support has been community engagement through avenues such as the College Consortium and the University Partnership. 2014 marked ten years of Hydro One’s involvement in Go Eng Girl, a program aimed at increasing the level of interest of girls in STEM subjects. This ten year anniversary also marks the establishment of the Hydro One Women in Engineering Award, an extension of Hydro One’s tangible support for young women wishing to embark on a career in Engineering. The Go Eng Girl program is also evidence of Hydro One’s visible support for women in general, as part of Hydro One’s overall Diversity & Inclusion Program.
How to Apply
- Canadian citizens or landed immigrants enrolled in full time study in an accredited Ontario University.
- While preference will be given to electrical engineering students, women who have completed a minimum of one year of engineering studies in other areas of specialization (mechanical and civil) are also encouraged to apply.
- Of good academic standing with a strong GPA (B-).
- Have strong oral and written communication skills.
- Students must be returning to school on a full time basis
- Applicants must include a copy of their unofficial transcripts and updated resume along with their application.
- Engaged in outreach, volunteer or educational activities with younger girls
- 10 Awards of $5,000 each are available for women studying engineering at the undergraduate level in accredited Ontario universities.
- Women receiving the award will also have the opportunity to engage in a paid developmental work term with Hydro One.