University and college students can write their way to a $1,000 award
Ontario students who are passionate about engineering and public policy are encouraged to enter the Ontario Centre for Engineering and Public Policy's (OCEPP) 2014 Student Essay Competition.
This year, eligibility has been expanded to include community college students. Students may write on one of the five provided topics and will compete in the college/undergraduate university or university graduate category. The winner in each category will receive a $1,000 award and registration to the centre's 2014 Public Policy Conference, to be held in Toronto on May 30.