Dillon contributes to a number of scholarships each year through various organizations, demonstrating our ongoing commitment to the development of students across Canada who have selected studies in our areas of practice.
Current organizations that Dillon supports through our scholarship program include:
- Canadian Engineering Memorial Foundation (CEMF) for Women in Engineering
2016 Recipient of the Dillon Consulting Limited Undergraduate Women in Engineering Scholarship: Sarah Johnson
Sarah Johnson is a second year mechanical engineering student at the University of Manitoba. She is the secretary of the university’s Engineering Society. a recipient of the Governor General Bronze medal award and nominee for the Schulich Leader scholarship. Sarah is currently working towards specializing in aerospace engineering or renewable energy.
Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP)
2016 Recipient of the Dillon Consulting Scholarship Award: Tyler Carlson
Tyler was awarded the scholarship based on his work on "Formulating Forest Policies with the ‘Namgis Nation: Lessons from First Nations land use planning across British Columbia."
Canadian Water Resources Association (CWRA)
2016 Recipient of the Dillon Consulting Scholarship: Laura Beamish
Laura is pursuing a geoscience degree at the University of Calgary. Her research focuses on modelling groundwater contributions to winter streamflow in alpine watersheds.
2016 Recipients of the Dillon Consulting Indigenous Bursary Award:
Tayler Fleming (Diploma, Environmental Technician, Assiniboine Community College) and Anna Wall (Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences, University of Winnipeg) received bursaries under the Indspire Building Brighter Futures: Bursaries and Scholarships Award program.
Transportation Association of Canada (TAC)
2016 Recipient of the Dillon Consulting Scholarship: Jeffrey Probert
Jeffrey is a fourth year civil engineering student at the University of New Brunswick (UNB). Jeffrey was a member of the New Brunswick fencing team at the 2013 Canada Summer Games in Sherbrooke, QC and is a member of the UNB Fencing Club.
Canadian Society for Civil Engineering (CSCE) - Newfoundland and Labrador Section
2016 Recipient of the Ann (Mooney) Bridger - Dillon Consulting / CSCE Newfoundland and Labrador Section Scholarship: Carly Boyle
Carly Boyle is pursuing a degree in civil engineering at Memorial University. She is also the recipient of the Chevron Canada Ltd. Term Scholarship in Business, Earth Science, Economics, and Engineering. She has a passion for ballet. She enjoyed 14 years of performing with her local dance school, including a solo performance with her school's local production of The Nutcracker
For more information on how you can apply for a Dillon scholarship, please contact the organizations above directly.