Investing in Indigenous students

In 2023, Babcock Canada committed to annually investing $200,000 in Indigenous skills development training: 

Engaging Indigenous youth in STEM and career opportunities at Babcock 

Bursaries for students studying in fields relevant to Babcock’s operations (engineering, technology, project management) 

Indigenous co-op students 

Indigenous internships and apprenticeships 

Babcock will work with partners including Indigenous communities, Indigenous Skills and Employment Training program agreement holders, and post-secondary institutions to identify high-potential and top-performing Indigenous students. We are delighted to support these students’ career paths from secondary school through to post-secondary studies and full employment. 

The Babcock International Award for Indigenous Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Students

This annual award is presented to an Indigenous student who demonstrates good academic progress and has successfully completed the second term of the Aircraft Maintenance Engineer program at Red River College Polytechnic. Babcock is proud to continually support the development of Canada’s next generation of aircraft maintenance engineers.

Desiree Charlton

(2024) female

Brendon Major

(2023) male