HPS Outstanding Electrical Scholarship
The HPS Outstanding Electrical Scholar Award, valued at $3,500, is granted to an Ontario or Quebec university / college student currently enrolled in an approved post-secondary electrical program. Eligible students must have completed at least their 2nd year of study in Electrical Engineering, Electrical Technology, Electrical Technician, Electrical Technologist, Industrial Electrician, or working towards completing an electrical apprenticeship. Students must demonstrate a minimum cumulative average of 75% to be considered, and preference will be given to students who commit to their industry through active membership with OACETT and/ or PEO, or to those who demonstrate active leadership in their school or community.
Hammond Power Solutions Inc. has developed a reputation as the most capable and broadest manufacturer of dry-type magnetics in the world. Our products can be found on every continent, every ocean and have even orbited in space. Our engineering database contains over one million designs ranging from the smallest control transformers to the largest dry-type transformers ever manufactured. Our customers have come to rely on us for support at the most critical stages of their needs. Our stability and integrity as a supplier are paramount in an industry where demands must be resolved quickly and effectively. HPS has grown to become the largest dry-type transformer manufacturer in North America.
For over 100 years, HPS has grown from a small family-owned business in the shortwave radio market to the industry leader in magnetic transformer design and manufacturing. HPS now has multiple manufacturing facilities throughout Canada, United States, Mexico, and India with 11 regional distribution centers throughout North America. HPS is well positioned for growth and has several long term and short term plans to continue on this path of success. Come grow with us!
For more information about HPS, visit www.hammondpowersolutions.com
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