Nissan Canada Foundation
Established in 1993, Nissan Canada Foundation’s mission is to enrich people’s lives, by improving the quality of life in the communities in which Nissan operates. The Foundation establishes lasting partnerships ensuring its efforts lead to long-term tangible differences in people’s lives. Supporting education is one pillar of our philanthropic efforts.
Nissan Canada and the Foundation are focused on celebrating diversity and we are changing our culture through employee feedback to make sure it is representative of our diverse workforce. We want to make sure each employee feels like they can bring their authentic self to work and thrive on our team.
Nissan Canada Foundation: "The Nissan Way” Scholarship – Presented to an entrance student (in first or second semester) of the Automotive Business diploma program who has demonstrated financial need and academic merit (minimum 70% GPA). Applicants are required to provide a written submission describing the importance of customer service as it relates to the automotive industry.
Nissan Canada Foundation Diversity Scholarship – Presented to four students from the Automotive Business School of Canada who display academic merit (minimum 70% GPA) and demonstrate a commitment to community involvement, either within the campus community or within society. Preference will be given to students who identify as either female and/or Black, and/or having Indigenous ancestry.
Nissan Canada Foundation Inclusion Allyship Scholarship – Presented to four students (second or third year) in the Automotive Business program or the Bachelor of Business – Automotive Management, who have demonstrated financial need and academic merit (minimum 70% GPA). Applicants are required to provide a written submission (maximum 250 words) expressing what diversity and equality in the automotive industry means to them.
Please address your thank you letter to Marzena Mo on behalf of the Nissan Canada Foundation