Toyota Canada Foundation Announces Scholarships for Indigenous Students Pursuing Post-Secondary Education in Automotive Technology



TORONTO, Ontario – Nov 15, 2021 – The Toyota Canada Foundation has announced it will be appropriation scholarships for Indigenous students posterior post-secondary preparation in automotive technology.

Toyota Canada Foundation grant recipients will be comparison and awarded by Indspire’s Building Brighter Futures: Bursaries, Scholarships and Awards program, that enables First Nations, Inuit and Métis students to pursue post-secondary preparation and overcome financial barriers to these endeavours.

“We are really gratified to be operative with a Toyota Canada Foundation on this critical initiative,” pronounced Mike DeGagné, President CEO of Indspire. “Not usually is it a commencement of a earnest partnership, it also represents a poignant new event for Indigenous students to pursue their dreams by education.

Over a subsequent dual years, Indspire will name 6 Indigenous students posterior post-secondary preparation in a Canadian automotive record module to accept a Toyota Canada Foundation scholarship. Each tyro will accept $5,000 per year, for dual years, for a sum of $10,000.



“Over a past few years, a Toyota Canada Foundation has helped inspire hundreds of thousands of Canadian kids and girl to pursue an preparation and career in STEM by a support for inhabitant organizations like Actua and Let’s Talk Science,” pronounced Leslie Miller, Treasurer, Toyota Canada Foundation. “Now we’re unapproachable to be means to assistance some of those students take a next step in their preparation and career by operative with Indspire’s superb Building Brighter Futures module to yield financial support for Indigenous students meddlesome in automotive technology.”

The subsequent focus deadline for a scholarships is Feb 1, 2022. Anyone meddlesome should request directly by a Indspire website:

Toyota Canada Foundation

The Toyota Canada Foundation is a private free substructure focused on ancillary purebred free organizations dedicated to inhabitant science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) preparation overdo programs, and is focused on enlivening some-more girl from segments of a race now underrepresented in STEM to pursue an preparation and career in this area.


Indspire is an Indigenous inhabitant gift that invests in a preparation of First Nations, Inuit and Métis people for a long-term advantage of these individuals, their families and communities, and Canada. With a support of a appropriation partners, Indspire provides financial awards, delivers programs and shares resources so that First Nations, Inuit, and Métis students will grasp their top potential. In 2020-2021, Indspire supposing some-more than $20 million by 6,245 bursaries and scholarships to First Nations, Inuit and Métis students opposite Canada.