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Peter Kohler, the founder of Kohltech Windows & Entrance Systems, has been providing scholarships for engineering students in Atlantic Canada for years. In 2019 he has generously provided 5 students with scholarships to help them with their academic careers.

 

The 2019 Recipients:

 
Sammy MacLean graduation Picture

Sammy MacLean – Bonshaw, PEI

Graduated from Bluefield High School
First Year at University of New Brunswick
Currently in Engineering, planning to move into Mechanical or Civil
 
 
 
Alexandra Oliver Graduation Picture

Alexandra Oliver – Pictou County, NS

Graduated from Northumberland Regional High School
Third Year at Dalhousie University
Civil Engineering
 
 
Mitchell Collins Graduation Picture

Mitchell Collins – Cornwall, PEI

Graduated from Bluefield High School
Second Year at University of PEI
Mechanical Engineering, interest in Renewable Energy Systems and Aerodynamic Designs
 
 
Roan Messenger Graduation Picture

Roan Messenger – Cape Sable Island, NS

Graduated from Barrington Municipal High School
First Year at Acadia University
Applied Sciences, interested in specializing in electrical engineering.
 
 
Austin Axworthy Graduation Picture

Austin Axworthy – New Waterford, Cape Breton

Graduated from Breton Educations Centre
Second Year at Dalhousie University
Electrical and Computer Engineering, focusing on power systems, analog electronics, and electromagnetic fields.
 
 
The Peter Kohler Scholarship is administered by the Community Foundation of Nova Scotia – a public foundation and registered charity. It is a scholarship fund for engineering students in Atlantic Canada, and to be eligible, applicants must be enrolled full-time in an engineering program at a university in Atlantic Canada. The scholarship is based upon academic standing and financial need, and eligible to be renewed by the award winner for up to four years, provided that the student maintains a reasonable standing in his/her program.