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2016 Award Recipients

2016 Award Recipients

The CAREERS: The Next Generation Award of Excellence in Skilled Trades

These awards recognize the outstanding mentors and promising student apprentices who are contributing value to Alberta's designated trades. Students are eligible for a $200 scholarship to continue their training.

2016 Students

Vineth Castelino, Carpentry Apprentice  - Glenmary High School, Peace River, AB
Chris Mendonca, Sheet Metal Apprentice - Ross Shepard High School, Edmonton, AB
Carter Petersen, Electrician Apprentice - Lord Beaverbrook High School, Calgary, AB

2016 Mentors

Ian Eygenraam, G & S Airport Conveyor, Strathmore, AB
Robert Kupka, Territorial Electric Ltd., Edmonton, AB

The Cenovus Award of Excellence in 4th Class Power Engineering

Thanks to Cenovus Energy, this award recognizes the outstanding mentors and promising interns who are pursuing and contributing to the dynamic field within power engineering. The student award includes a $200 scholarship.

2016 Student

Brandon Murphy, Power Engineering, Glenmary High School, Peace River, AB

2016 Mentor

Corinne Jordan, ATCO Power, Forestburg, AB

The Loraine Anderton Award of Excellence in Health Services

This award recognizes outstanding mentors and promising interns who are pursuing and contributing to dynamic fields within health services.  Each student intern receiving this award is eligible for a $200 scholarship.

2016 Students

Adanna Hawkins-Bara, Registered Nurse, Crescent Heights High School, Medicine Hat, AB
Andrew te Linde, Recreation Therapy Assistant, Calgary Christian High School, Calgary, AB

2016 Mentors

June Schick, Riverview Care Centre, Medicine Hat, AB
Shelly Eckert, Covenant Health, Edmonton, AB

Award recipients will be recognized through events and activities in communities around the province.  Thank you to the selection committee for reviewing all of the exemplary nominees.  

The Hilton Mierau Award of Excellence in Off-Campus Learning

Off-Campus Coordinators are the link between students and the companies that hire them.  This award was established by CAREERS through a donation from the Heck family, and includes a $250 scholarship to be awarded to an eligible student within the school of the named recipient.  This award recognizes individuals throughout Alberta. 

2016 Off Campus Coordinator

Ryan Gau, St. John Paul II Catholic High School, Fort Saskatchewan, AB

Award recipients will be recognized through events and activities in communities around the province.  Thank you to the selection committee for reviewing all of the exemplary nominees.