Holman, a leader in the design and fabrication industry has earned a workforce team of dedicated and hardworking individuals. To recognise their contribution, we have established a scholarship program geared towards the immediate family (children, grandchildren, niece and nephews) of our employees. The Tyler Sarah Cudney Scholarship goes towards a student that can demonstrate to have the most improved overall achievements. The three areas that will be given weight are as follows:

  • Academic Improvement
  • Community Work
  • Extra-Curricular Activities

This scholarship is aimed at giving one of our Holman children a head start at college or university as a future leader.

The winning applicant will also be given a part-time summer internship learning opportunity from Holman, furthering their career path by learning about business operations, marketing, office management and gaining unparalleled insight into building and supporting happy, productive workplaces.

Eligibility Criteria: Online Application


Grade enrolment:

  • Current grade 12 student in North America OR
  • Anyone planning to return to post secondary education in the upcoming September

Academic Improvement Proof: PDF format

  • Current grade 12 student OR
  • Anyone planning to return to post secondary education in the upcoming September in North America

Community Hours Involvement:

  • Number of hours dedicated to community work with supportive documentation

Extra-curricular Activities:

  • List number of extra curricular activities student is involved in in the past two years

A 250 word letter by the Holman employee applying on behalf of their immediate relative explaining why the student deserves the scholarship

Scholarship base

Merit Based upon most over all percentage improvement graded on a metric point system

Maximum number awarded per year

1 per year


Tyler Sarah Cudney Scholarship provides $1,000CAD towards a student’s tuition fees, plus a part –time summer internship (in the months of July and August) The internship is unpaid however, transportation costs will be covered by Holman. This experience will be an invaluable learning asset to any student.

Evaluation Process

Two members of the Holman management team along with the supervision of an external representative from the education community will review the applications and letters and grade them on a metric point system. The highest point achiever will be awarded the scholarship.

Susanna Siou- Business Development and Community Services Manager at the Toronto District School Board will be on the team to assess the applicants!

How to apply

  • Holman employee to fill out online application
  • 250 word letter from the Holman employee explaining reason for nominating the student for the scholarship
  • School transcripts
  • Supporting documents to demonstrate community hours and extra curricular activities involvement
  • Drop files here or