The Geoffrey Bradshaw Memorial Scholarship Fund supports students in the study of the Yukon's geology.
To be eligible, you must:
- be enrolled in a graduate degree geology program at a Canadian university; and
- have a thesis that includes a Yukon field component.
To qualify for this scholarship, you do not need to be a resident of the Yukon. You can receive the scholarship more than once. We give priority to applicants who have not had the scholarship before.
The deadline for applications is May 31.
Apply for the scholarship
Fill out the application form on the Yukon Foundation website. The application starts with an eligibility questionnaire.
If you have questions, contact Tyler Ambrose.
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: 867-667-5175
The Yukon Foundation will contact you via email by mid-July if you're the successful candidate.
About Geoff Bradshaw
Geoff Bradshaw joined the Yukon Geological Survey in 2003 as a mineral assessment geologist. Geoff was tragically killed in a helicopter accident on July 22, 2006.
Before joining the Yukon Geological Survey, Geoff worked for mineral exploration companies. He explored massive sulphide deposits in the Finlayson Lake district. With the Yukon Geological Survey, he assessed the mineral potential of the North Yukon and Peel land use planning regions.
Geoff was an inspiration to those who knew him and is sadly missed. A memorial cairn was built in remembrance of Geoff. It's located south of Whitehorse. This map gives directions on how to find the cairn.
Donate to the scholarship
You can donate by cheque to the scholarship at the Yukon Foundation. On your cheques write "Geoffrey Bradshaw Memorial Scholarship Fund."
P.O. Box 31622
Whitehorse, Yukon, Y1A 6L2