About the Program

The Shell Experiential Energy Learning (SEEL) Program provides funding to University of Calgary undergraduates in the Schulich School of Engineering and the Haskayne School of Business for field trips, conferences, special projects and other activities focused on sustainable energy, environment and economy.

The SEEL Program enhances the hands-on learning experience for individual undergraduates and undergrad student clubs and organizations. Sponsored by Shell Canada, administered by the University of Calgary and with applications judged by students. The SEEL Program is part of Shell's Campus Ambassador Program (CAP). 

Deadline to Apply: Nov. 15, 2020

Application forms can be sent to

The policy and application form documents below were updated Sept. 2020



SEEL Program

Shell Canada funding gives students hands-on experience outside the classroom

More than 3,200 students have benefited from Shell Experiential Energy Learning program

December 14, 2018

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SEEL Program

Shell Canada's SEEL Program Fund provides learning experiences beyond the classroom

Undergraduate students and representatives recognized at annual luncheon

December 18, 2017

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SEEL Program

Classroom goes beyond campus borders, with Shell Canada funding

A decade later, over 1,200 students have gained hands-on experiences through Shell Experiential Energy Learning Program

December 16, 2016

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Students get 'feet wet and hands dirty' thanks to Shell Canada fund

SEEL program sponsors students attending conferences, field schools

December 21, 2015

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