Former BC NDP premier Glen Clark and the International Union of Painters and Allied Trades District Council 38 are sponsoring a new scholarship for students who are enrolled or considering enrollment in the Simon Fraser University (SFU) Labour Studies Program.
The ongoing scholarship, which provides $2,500 annually, is established in memory of Clark's father James, who was a business agent for the Painters' Union for many years.
The scholarship will be awarded to a member of a BC Federation of Labour-affiliated union or a direct family member of a BCFED-affiliated union member studying in the program.
The James Clark Scholarship is one of many awards and bursaries available to students pursuing a Labour Studies degree at SFU that are provided in whole or in part by unions. More information about existing Labour Studies scholarships and awards is available from https://www.sfu.ca/labour/undergrad-program/awards.html.