MITT Graduate Awards

Gradaute awards are presented in June of each year to students who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in both theoretical and practical skills during their studies at MITT. Other criteria, such as citizenship, participation, and leadership are also taken into consideration when selecting award recipients.

Graduate award recipients are nominated by their program instructor(s) for all Program Excellence and industry sponsored awards. Where there are multiple nominees, a committee reviews all of the nominations and selects a recipient for each award.

MITT Program Excellence Awards

Awarded to a secondary or post-secondary student in each program area. Selection is based on grades, attendance, and overall employability skills.

Birchwood Automotive Group Outstanding Achievement Award

Awarded to the highest achieving secondary or post-secondary student graduating from the Auto Mechanics program. Selection is based on excellence in theory and practical skills and attendance.

Paul Mitchell Hairstyling Excellence in Customer Service Award

Awarded to a secondary or post-secondary student who best demonstrates professional conduct, organizational skills, reliability, and positive attitude

Dr. Jack Hunt Citizenship Award

Awarded to a secondary student from Oak Park or Shaftesbury High School. Selection is based on attendance, participation, copperation with instructors and peers, demonstrated employability skills.

Neil Thiessen Award for Program Excellence

Awarded to a secondary student from Vincent Massey or Fort Richmond Collegiate. Selection is based on exceptional performance in both practical and theory, as well as in-class and industry participation and contributions to a positive classroom environment.

State Industries Award

Awarded to two students who meet one of the following criteria: Aboriginal background, single parent, a woman entering a non-traditional occupation, a youth from an inner-city neighborhood, a new Canadian, or a refugee or someone from a war-affected nation. Selection is also based on academic standing and demonstrated employability skills.

Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology Award for Excellence

Awarded to the post-secondary student with the highest theory and practical grade averages from any MITT program.

Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology Award for Excellence in Work Practicum

Awarded to a post-secondary student. Selection is based on attendance, grades, employability skills and performance during work practicum.

Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology Citizenship Award

Awarded to a post-secondary student. Selection is based on grades, employability skills and demonstrated involvement with on and off-campus volunteerism and community involvement.

Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology Teacher's Association Award

Awarded to an MITT High School student or a secondary student from a sponsoring school division. Selection is based on attendance, grades, employability skills and performance during work practicum.

Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology President's Award

Awarded to a secondary or post-secondary MITT graduate with a disability. Selection is based on grades, contributions to the MITT community, and strong employability skills.

Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology President's Award for a Student in a Non-Traditional Trade

Awarded to a secondary or post-secondary Aboriginal, Inuit, or Metis student graduating at the apprencticeship level, or a secondary or post-secondary female student in a non-traditional area of study graduating at the apprenticeship level. Selection is based on grades, employability skills, and contribution to the MITT community.

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