MITT Graduate Awards
Graduate awards are presented at convocation 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 instructors. For awards with multiple nominees, a selection committee reviews all of the nominations to select recipients.
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.
MITT Award for Excellence - Top Post-Secondary
Awarded to the post-secondary student with the highest theory and practical grade averages from any MITT program.
MITT 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.
MITT 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.
MITT 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.
MITT President's Award for Indigenous Leadership
Awarded to a graduating secondary or post-secondary Indigenous student. Selection is based on grades, demonstrated leadership skills and qualities of being a positive role model.
MITT President's Award for Women in Trades
Awarded to a secondary or post-secondary student who is female/identifies as female and is graduating from a program in an industry where women are underrepresented. Selection is based on grades, technical skills, contributions to the MITT community and being a positive role model.
Governor General's Academic Medal
Awarded to the MITT High School graduate with the highest grade point average in both technical and academic subjects.
Dr. Jack Hunt Citizenship Award (Pembina Trails School Division)
Awarded to a secondary student from Oak Park or Shaftesbury High School. Selection is based on attendance, participation, cooperation with instructors and peers, demonstrated employability skills.
Neil Thiessen Award for Program Excellence (Pembina Trails School Division)
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.
MITT Hairstyling Excellence in Customer Service Award
Awarded to a secondary or post-secondary Hairstyling student who best demonstrates professional conduct, organizational skills, reliability, and positive attitude.
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