Moraine Park students in STEM programs can apply for scholarships

by admin27. August 2009 19:00

Students who are entering or enrolled full-time in science, engineering and technology programs at Moraine Park Technical College can apply for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) scholarships.

 

Thanks to a $520,000 grant from the National Science Foundation, up to 30 STEM scholarships will be awarded annually through July 31, 2013, based on financial need and ranging from $500 to $10,000.

 

The participating Moraine Park programs are as follows: Engine Research and Development Technician, Mechanical Design Technology, Tool Design Engineering Technology, Civil Engineering Technician – Structural, Engineering Technologist, IT – Applications Developer, IT – Network Specialist, IT – Technical Support Specialist and Water Quality Technician.

 

STEM students can take advantage of study groups, online STEM advising, an online STEM Club, mentoring and tutoring, as well as other support services. The College also provides real-world experience, job shadowing and placement to help prepare students for life on the job. 

 

For more information about Moraine Park’s STEM scholarships and programs, contact STEM program director and IT instructor Lisa Pollard at 920-924-3352 or lpollard@morainepark.edu.

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