Ocean Kinetics ‘Futures’ Scholarship Open For Applicants
OCEAN KINETICS ‘FUTURES’ SCHOLARSHIP OPEN FOR APPLICANTS
Ocean Kinetics is inviting applications for its 2023 scholarship programme. The programme, first launched last year, is open to students who plan to study a STEM subject (science, technology, engineering or mathematics) at university or college with an annual bursary of £3,000. The successful candidate will also receive personal mentoring and paid work experience within the business outside term time.
Managing director of Ocean Kinetics, John Henderson, said: “We are pleased to be in the position to offer another STEM student support on their career path. We were delighted by the response and quality of applications received for the scholarship programme last year. So much so, that we decided to support two applicants, Elsie Msalila and James Rendall. Elsie is studying mechatronics at the University of Glasgow, while James is studying mechanical engineering at Edinburgh Napier University.”
Elsie said: “I am very much enjoying my studies so far. Ocean Kinetics’ support has really helped me and the work experience they offer will be invaluable – not only for now – but also for establishing my future career. I look forward to continuing to work with them.”
John Henderson continued: “We are offering this year’s student valuable industry experience throughout their studies, whilst a personal mentor will help develop their soft skills. And there is, of course, the possibility of a graduate engineering position at Ocean Kinetics on completion.
“We are proud to have a strong track record in supporting Shetland’s young people on their career path, with opportunities for both apprenticeships and graduates across a range of trades and specialisms including coded welders, fabricators, turners, mechanical fitters, divers, project engineers, site managers, CSWIP/PCN qualified inspectors and 3D CAD design engineers.”
Applications in writing are open to Shetland school students who plan to study a STEM subject at either HND or degree level this year.
Letters should include the applicant’s skills and qualifications, the chosen course and college/university, the reason they are drawn to this particular course/establishment, why they believe they are the ideal candidate, if there are any barriers that might prevent them undertaking study without scholarship support, and anything that is interesting or unique about your choice of career and/or ambitions for the future. Email to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 5 May. After the closing date, the applications will be reviewed and a shortlist of candidates will be invited for interview, based on the requirements of the scholarship.
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