Cherubini Metal Works Award


Open to full-time students who will be enrolled in year 1 of Civil Engineering Technology, Metal Fabrication or Welding – Diploma at any campus where the eligible programs are offered. To be eligible to apply for this award, you must have graduated high school with a minimum average of 75%.

Application assessment will consider

  • Academic merit
  • Achievement of minimum high school academic average of 75%
  • Good academic standing
  • Preference: self-identification as African Nova Scotian, Mi’kmaw/Indigenous or female

About the award
The Cherubini Metal Works Award has been established in support of the Construction Association of Nova Scotia’s (CANS) 150th Anniversary Industry Campaign. This campaign was launched in recognition of the value of education and the role of the construction sector in the growth of Nova Scotia’s economy.

The Cherubini Endowment Fund will provide opportunities for Nova Scotians interested in the construction sector to access educational opportunities at the Nova Scotia Community College and help mitigate financial barriers or circumstances which might compromise the completion of their studies.

2 @ $1,000