Go to the student page to register with FEF Canada and follow directions to submit your application. They are open to any student at a Canadian College, or University studying a career in metal casting. You must be able to work in Canada and a strong preference is given to those with work terms in metal casting.
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Applications Close: Tuesday April 13, 2022 at 12:00 Midnight
Scholarships will be awarded as part of the FEF Canada / AFS Ontario Scholarship night on April 28, 2022.
We have five awards to present this year. Your one application covers you for all awards that you qualify for, so get your application in before the deadline.
Details on each of the awards can be found on this page.
Due to COVID-19, the 2021 Scholarship Awards were presented virtually on March 25, 2021. A total of four awards were given to the following winners:
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL!
As a result of Covid 19 many students have had their summer positions disappear the year. FEF Canada can put you in contact with students looking for positions.
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The design of our Foundry in a Box unit is complete and we are excited to announce that it is now available for demonstration and sale. Four complete units have been shipped and we are working on our next unit now.
To advance the Canadian Metal Casting Industry by; funding post secondary students, supporting training and school programs, collaborating with other organizations and, promoting the metal casting industry in Canada.
We help today’s students become tomorrow’s leaders.
The Foundry Education Foundation Canada (FEF Canada) was established in 2006 and has awarded seven scholarships since 2010. FEF Canada currently manages funds to support three annual scholarships and is a registered charity in Canada.
We are partnered with several parallel organizations including the Foundry Educational Foundation (USA), Canadian Foundry Association (CFA), AFS Ontario, AFS Quebec and NFFS Ontario.
FEF Canada looks forward to increasing the number of supported metal casting students in Canada and increasing education of foundry students through increased industrial participation in the development of new talent alongside increased available educational resources.
We also look to expand public knowledge and our prospective support base by making information available to parents, current and potential students, academics, industry partners as well as the general public at large.
By making a Charitable donation to FEF Canada your financial assistance helps provide important support for students to help them follow a foundry career path which benefits not only the student, but also the industry and society as a whole.
Your giving to FEF Canada through donations or endowments increases the awareness of the industry as a potential career choice to students and its importance to Canada’s economy.