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Hydro One is helping the next generation of engineers through our Women in Engineering Scholarship Program.

This year, 10 Ontario university students were announced as recipients of the scholarship, which includes a financial award as well as a paid opportunity to work for Hydro One in a developmental student placement position.​

Hydro One believes in developing a strong and diverse work force and continues to work towards breaking down barriers for women who want to pursue a career in engineering," said Judy McKellar, Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer at Hydro One. "I would like to personally congratulate the recipients of the Women in Engineering Scholarship and look forward to welcoming them into the Hydro One family."​

The scholarship, established in 2014, drives our commitment to provide women with opportunities to develop satisfying and successful professional careers in the areas of engineering and other related fields. It follows our work with the College Consortium, the University Partnership and its sponsorship of Go ENGGirl, a program that gives young girls and their parents the opportunity to visit and learn from female professionals, academics and university students about engineering.

For more information on the program and a list of this year's recipients, click 
here. For information on applying for the scholarship, visit www.hydroone.com/careers.


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