Ms. Sharon Slauenwhite works for the PEI provincial government in the field of public infrastructure. In conjunction with her work, she serves on the board of a nonprofit education foundation called the Canadian Right of Way Education Foundation that offers a $2500 high school graduate scholarship and is spreading the word to Atlantic Canada high schools in an effort to let students know about this opportunity.
The scholarship is open to graduating high school students who will be pursuing studies in fields related to public infrastructure such as engineering, real property law, land use planning, real property appraisal, surveying and environmental studies.
The deadline for applications is February 2nd, 2015.
The application form can be found at:
For more information on the Canadian Right of Way Education Foundation (aka CRWEF) and it’s partner organization the International Right of Way Association (IRWA) the main website is: www.irwaonline.org