Technical Scholars Program

The Michelin Technical Scholarship program offers hands on technical training, a financial award, and summer employment to students in select programs who are interested in pursuing a career in manufacturing.


In partnership with the Nova Scotia Community College, Michelin's Technical Scholars Program selects students to develop hands-on work experience under the mentorship of experienced technicians, while completing their program of study. Additionally, the Tech Scholars program offers:

  • $3000 in tuition support;

  • summer employment at a Michelin facility;

  • priority consideration for part-time work while studying; and,

  • successful Tech Scholars are eligible for employment upon graduation.



  • Electronic Engineering Technology

  • Electronic Engineering Technician

  • Electro Mechanical Technician

  • Electrical Engineering Technology

  • Industrial Instrumentation



  • enrollment as a first year student in one of the qualifying programs above;

  • available for summer employment;

  • submit a resume through Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC) Awards:;

  • attend an information session; and,

  • successfully complete a general maintenance test.

The Technical Recruiting Coordinator will review the resumes and test results and invite selected applicants to participate in a behavioural interview.


  • maintain good academic standing;

  • successfully complete a summer work term;

  • graduate from program of study; and,

  • pass a technical knowledge test.

Tech Scholars who are successful will receive an offer of employment following additional recruitment steps.

Learn About the Michelin Tech Scholar Program

Interested in learning about technical careers at Michelin? Discover firsthand accounts of the Michelin Tech Scholar Program!