Scholarships and Bursaries
Paul Scholfield had a career of over 30 years in the Canadian power generations business - much of it focused on the Canadian nuclear program. He helped in the development of General Electric Canada's first nuclear fuel production line and provided leadership on several nuclear reaction projects at GE and Westinghouse Canada. Paul became Vice President of GE Canada in 1987 and Executive Vice President in 1997. Paul retired from GE in 1955 and maintained offices in both Peterborough and Toronto for the years following.
Awarded to a full-time domestic female student in the 2nd year of the Massage Therapy program who has a GPA of 3.6 or higher and demonstrates financial need.
* Student must have resided in Ontario for twelve months prior to beginning their post-secondary studies.