Organization Introduces Post-Secondary Scholarship For Mississauga Residents
For those students studying life sciences, an exciting scholarship is coming your way!
Life Sciences Ontario has announced a new scholarship program for Mississauga residents.
Mississauga residents who are currently enrolled in a full-time undergraduate program in Ontario and in their first or second year can apply for the scholarship.
The deadline to enter the scholarship is May 17. Students can register for the scholarship, here.
Life Science Ontario is a not-for-profit organization that has been promoting Ontario’s life sciences sector for the past 25 years. They have collaborated with the government, schools, and other life sciences organizations in Canada to encourage success in the life sciences sector. They also provide a wide range of networking, educational and mentorship events.
The scholarship will be introduced at a Life Sciences Ontario event. Government officials, industry members and community leaders will attend to reflect on the impact of the life science sector in Mississauga. The event will take place on May 9 at Novo Nordisk Canada Inc, located at 2476 Argentia Rd. Life Sciences Ontario CEO Dr. Jason Field, Novo Nordisk Canada President Iain Graham and Streetsville MPP Nina Tangri are expected to speak at the event.
According to Life Sciences Ontario, the life sciences sector in Mississauga is a significant employer for new graduates, a significant driver of the local economy, and an innovative and promising industry.
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