The Public Service Alliance of Canada congratulates the 17 winners of this year’s scholarship awards. The winners were selected from more than 270 applications PSAC received from members, and dependents of members, in good standing.
“The scholarship winners were passionate and innovative in expressing how PSAC can break new ground in the future to better improve the working conditions and rights of its membership,” said PSAC National President Robyn Benson.
Scholarship applicants were required to submit either an 800-word essay, YouTube video, info graphic or song based on the following question: “What ground should PSAC try to break in order to stay relevant in the next 10 years?”
Next year’s scholarship program will open in April, with new guidelines and application forms.