Making sure communities are engaged and respected comes naturally for us — it’s how we do business. Sharing our plans and ideas with families and supporting communities lead to better outcomes for everyone involved.
Our values of safety, integrity, responsibility and collaboration lay the foundation for how we work with one another, but most importantly, with you.
Youth truly are the future. And when it comes to TransCanada, they're our future engineers, welders, environmentalists, teachers, community leaders and more. Whether you're training to be a tradesperson, scientist, entrepreneur or community leader, we have scholarships you can apply for.
Training for your future? Our TransCanada Community Scholarships offer financial assistance in four categories.
Canada: 25 Scholarships x C$5,000
U.S.: 25 Scholarships x US$5,000
Mexico: 10 Scholarships x Mex$40,000
TransCanada supports learning opportunities for Indigenous people to provide a well-trained Indigenous workforce and to build capacity within their communities. Through the TransCanada Indigenous Legacy Scholarship, we hope to address the educational needs identified by Indigenous communities to fuel long-term, positive change and to leave a positive legacy within communities.
The TransCanada Indigenous Legacy Scholarship is offered on an annual basis to up to 60 students from communities across our North American footprint. Scholarships are available to First Nations, Métis, Inuit, Non Status, Native American and Indigenous (Mexico) students pursuing any full-time, post-secondary program at a registered education institute.
Canada: 50 Scholarships x C$1,000
U.S.: 50 Scholarships x US$1,000
Mexico: 10 Scholarships x Mex$40,000
Giving back to communities has been part of TransCanada’s culture for more than 65 years. We have created the TransCanada Community Leaders Scholarship to recognize and support the students who display the same commitment to building the health and vitality of the communities where they live.
The TransCanada Community Leaders Scholarship is offered on an annual basis to up to 110 students from communities across our North American footprint. Scholarships are available to students who demonstrate a strong commitment to their communities through volunteer work, community participation, leadership or other activities.
Canada: 75 Scholarships x C$1,000
U.S.: 75 Scholarships x US$1,000
As a leading North American energy infrastructure company well positioned for continued growth, TransCanada wants to promote and encourage the development of a skilled energy workforce in the communities where we live and work. We have developed the TransCanada Trades Scholarship to support those students who are pursuing a career in trades relevant to the energy industry.
The TransCanada Trades Scholarship is offered on an annual basis to up to 150 students from communities across TransCanada’s Canadian and American footprint. Scholarships are offered to students who are entering or enrolled in a qualifying trades program at a registered education institute.
Mexico: 34 Scholarships x Mex$25,000
Female entrepreneurs in Mexico play an important role in the country’s overall economy and in the local communities where they live and work.
The TransCanada Women’s Scholarship is offered on an annual basis to up to 34 students from communities across our Mexican footprint. Scholarships are offered to female entrepreneurs, who are pursuing vocational training, a professional degree program or a job readiness certification program.
TransCanada recognizes the importance of developing high-demand and transferable skills in the communities where we do business – both to ensure that we have the workforce required to execute our projects, but also to promote sustainable local economies.
By partnering with universities, colleges and training organizations, we support skills development programs that enable greater participation in the employment and contracting opportunities created by our projects and industry in general.
In addition to the TransCanada Community Scholarships, we offer scholarships and bursaries in collaboration with various post-secondary institutions and education organizations across North America. To learn more about these opportunities and how you can apply, please visit the links below: