Heather L. Main Memorial Scholarship 2020-2021

| October 27, 2020
Submitted by Lisa Keenan for CPD
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The Heather L. Main Memorial Scholarship honours the memory of a pioneering woman in the Canadian capital markets. Build practical skills, gain experience, network with industry leaders, enjoy financial assistance and launch into a successful career in capital markets.

This is one of the biggest scholarships – so if you are a full-time female MBA student just starting first year and you are interested in a career in Capital Markets/Finance, please read carefully!

Encouraging female participation in the Canadian capital markets, the Heather L. Main Memorial Scholarship includes:

  • $25,000 cash award
  • Paid summer internship at a leading investment dealer
  • Women’s leadership training
  • Executive coaching – One-year mentorship program
  • One-year WCM student membership

Program Sponsors: RBC Capital Markets / Bank of America Merrill Lynch / Scotiabank / Bank of Montreal / CIBC / Fasken Martineau / TD

How it works:

  • Applicants must be female and must be enrolled in a first-year full-time MBA program (Co-op students entering into their second academic year in January 2021 are also eligible).
  • Application forms will be emailed to qualified MBA students on Tuesday, October 27

Applications must be submitted by email to Lisa Keenan at keenanl@mcmaster.ca by 4 p.m. on Wednesday, November 11.

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