About the award
With funding from Anaconda Mining, YMP is pleased to provide one $4,000 and one $1,000 scholarship to two remarkable students enrolled in a mining-related program for the 2019/2020 school year attending University in or originating from Atlantic Canada.
How to apply
Take a blank sheet of paper, draw a picture, make a collage, write a short essay or a poem…Do with this page what you wish, but make it relate to mining. Your only limitations are the boundaries of this page. Scan to create a PDF copy.
The YMP scholarship review panel will value the creativity and innovativeness of the one pager along with academic excellence and extra-curricular involvement.
• Create a new folder on your computer titled “Firstname Lastname YourSchool YourProgram” and add:
- Your scanned one-page application
- Your most recent academic transcript
- Your updated resume
- If you originate from Atlantic Canada and attend school elsewhere, include another document and tell us where you are from (one or two sentences will suffice)
• Zip/compress this folder
• Click “Apply Now” below
• Click “Choose files” and upload your zipped/compressed folder as one file
Due by 11:59pm on August 31st 2019
Please contact email@example.com with any questions, concerns or comments.
About our sponsor
Anaconda is a TSX-listed gold mining, exploration and development company, focused in the prospective Atlantic Canadian jurisdictions of Newfoundland and Nova Scotia. The Company operates the Point Rousse Project located in the Baie Verte Mining District in Newfoundland, comprised of the Pine Cove open pit mine, the fully-permitted Pine Cove Mill and tailings facility, the Stog’er Tight and Argyle deposits, and approximately 5,800 hectares of prospective gold-bearing property. Anaconda is also developing the recently acquired Goldboro Project in Nova Scotia, a high-grade Mineral Resource, with the potential to leverage existing infrastructure at the Company’s Point Rousse Project. The Company also has a pipeline of organic growth opportunities, including the Viking and Great Northern Projects on the Northern Peninsula and the Tilt Cove Property on the Baie Verte Peninsula.