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Atkins Foundation Scholarship for Minorities in STEM
The Atkins Foundation Scholarship for Minorities in STEM is available to female students and students of African-American, Asian, Hispanic, Native American/ Native Alaskan, and Native Hawaiian/ Pacific Islander descent, and be: A US citizen or permanent resident. A junior or senior, full-time student at an accredited and approved college or university. Enrolled in contiguous fall and spring semesters, carrying a minimum of 12 credits and earning a minimum 3.0 GPA (on a 4.0 scale) each semester. Working towards a baccalaureate degree in science, technology, engineering or math, specifically related to disciplines within our industry with at least 60 credits of college work prior to the submission of the application. These degrees include but are not limited to: - Architecture - Civil Engineering - Construction Management - Environmental Engineering - Environmental Sciences - Geomatics - Landscape Architecture - MEP (Mechanical/Electrical/Plumbing) Engineering - Transportation Planning
Lockheed Martin STEM Scholarship
Applicants to the Lockheed Martin STEM Scholarship Program must meet the following eligibility requirements: U.S. citizen Demonstrated financial need High school senior with a 2.5 or above GPA OR a freshman or a sophomore undergraduate student with a 2.5 or above GPA Current or planned 4-year degree enrollment in the following majors: - Aerospace Engineering - Computer Engineering - Computer Science - Electrical Engineering - Electrical and Computer Engineering - Industrial Engineering - Mathematics - Mechanical Engineering - Physics Current or planned full-time attendance at an accredited U.S. four-year college or university Interest in a paid internship with Lockheed Martin following their freshman, sophomore or junior year of college, other circumstances notwithstanding (note: the internship is not required to receive a scholarship, and scholarship recipients are not guaranteed an internship)
Boolean Girl Instructor Application
Boolean Girl is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to teach coding and engineering to girls. We are looking for women instructors and CITs (16 to 17 years old) to teach hands-on computer science summer camps. Camps are designed to inspire and encourage girls to discover their true potential in computer science and engineering. Camps are in the Arlington, VA, and Montgomery County, MD area. These camps cover basic programming skills in Scratch and Python as well as robotics and AI. The camps are for girls in grades 3 -8. Women College students are encouraged to apply. Teaching, Computer Science, and Engineering majors are highly desired. We are specifically looking for an Electrical Engineering major to work in the robotics classes. This is a great opportunity for future teachers, future technology professionals or aspiring STEM professionals, or anyone with a desire to work with girls while building your resume. All course material and training for the instructor is provided. No special IT skills are needed to teach these classes, but some experience is always a plus. Join us and have an impact. Boolean Girl offers: Meaningful work. We're teaching the next generation of female engineers and computer scientists! Paid training. Instructor guides and all class materials. SMALL class sizes. (2 instructors per max 8-15 students). Highly motivated students. Job and other career references. A fun work environment. Responsibilities and Duties: Teach coding, engineering and good digital citizenship to girls in grades 3 - 8. Set up and maintain equipment. Create a safe and welcoming environment for all participants. You can work five days a week this summer on a variable schedule between the hours of 8 AM and 6 PM. Qualifications and Skills: You have some programming experience. You are 18 years old. You love working with girls in grades 3-8. You want to have a positive impact on workplace diversity by encouraging girls to become engineers and computer scientists. You like playing with technology. Are smart, enthusiastic, fun-loving, reliable, punctual, and know-how to communicate. You must provide your own reliable transportation. Job Types: Part-time, Temporary Salary: $18.00 /hour, up to $22 if you are 21 years old
Call for Research Participants
Are you interested in sharing your insights about how professors can effectively support students after an incident of community violence? Following the events on Grounds on November 13, 2022, two UVA researchers are seeking volunteers to participate in a study. The goal of this research is to learn more about what students expect, want, and find helpful in the days and weeks after a violent event, so that instructors and universities can make informed decisions about how to respond. You are eligible to participate in this study if you are over 18 years old and were enrolled as a UVA student during the Fall semester of 2022. Participation is completely voluntary. If you volunteer to participate, you will be asked to complete a 10-15 minute anonymous online survey. Upon completion of the survey, you will have the option to enter a raffle for one of two $50 Visa cards. If you wish to participate, please follow the link to enroll in the study and complete the survey. If you have any questions, please contact one of the investigators at the email following addresses: Rose Buckelew, PhD (email@example.com) and Caroline Warren, PhD (firstname.lastname@example.org). IRB SBS Protocol # 5696
Job Search and Career Goals Research Study
Are you an engineer? Are you Black and/or Latinx? Are you graduating in May 2023? If you are a 4th-year currently looking for a job, or have already accepted a job offer, please consider chatting with Moriah West, a Sociology PhD candidate, in a virtual interview! The study aims to understand how Black and/or Latinx engineering students experience the job-search. You will receive a $25 electronic Amazon gift card for your participation.
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