Programmed has worked closely with the University of Tasmania (UTAS) for many years, and we have seen firsthand the impact COVID-19 has had on many higher education students.
To help students continue to learn throughout the pandemic, Programmed announced a scholarship program at UTAS to help support students during 2021.
As an equal opportunity employer, Programmed recognises a gender gap in STEM fields and aims to help close this gap in our industry. The Programmed Women in Engineering Scholarship supports women studying electrical or mechanical engineering.
Engineers play a pivotal role in our operations at Programmed. They work on projects that deliver innovative maintenance and asset management solutions to our Facility Management clients.
This year, two recipients were chosen for their academic ability and commitment to building a career in engineering.
Meet Madeleine Lane
One of our 2021 scholarship recipients was Madeleine Lane.
Madeleine recently completed her first year of a Bachelor of Engineering. The scholarship has helped her continue her studies and pursue her passion for soccer coaching outside of university.
Thank you for your lovely message, Madeleine and congratulations on being the recipient of Programmed’s continuing scholarship in 2022. We are thrilled to be able to help support you on your higher education journey.
Best of luck for the year of studies ahead to this year’s recipients. We look forward to hopefully working alongside you in the future!