Maryland Tech Council Scholarship
The Maryland Tech Council (MTC) announces the opportunity for three (3) graduating high school seniors in the Greater Washington-Baltimore area to be awarded a one-time scholarship totaling $3,300. The scholarships will be presented at MTC’s 30th Anniversary Industry Awards Celebration on May 17, 2018. The scholarship is funded and presented by Alexandria Real Estate.
In order to be eligible for the scholarship, the student must reside in Maryland, have committed to attend a public college or university in the state of Maryland and must be pursuing a STEM-related field of study. The scholarship submission form will be open until April 13, 2018, the form may be found at the following link:https://form.jotform.com/80384186764163.
The flyer includes complete scholarship information, including the link to the online submission form.
Posted 2/16/18 - Deadline April 13
The RISE Intern Program is a paid internship opportunity for rising eleventh and twelfth grade students (16 years of age on or before July 1, 2018) from Harford County Public Schools (HCPS), Cecil County Public Schools (CCPS), Baltimore County Public Schools (BCPS) and Baltimore City Public Schools (BalCityPS).
2018 Program Dates:
July 9, 2018 - July 20, 2018
Program is Monday - Friday 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM Program is located on Aberdeen Proving Ground - Daily drop off and pick up are at building 6002 in the C4ISR campus.
Applications must be submitted to usarmy.apg.rdecom-cerdec.mbx.o
firstname.lastname@example.org and be received no later than February 18, 2018 for consideration.
The RISE program will notify applicants of selection status by the end of March.
The RISE Program provides a one-of-a-kind, in-lab experience to students who have an interest in Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), but who might otherwise lack resources or inroads to opportunities. Program participants work directly with professional engineers, mathematicians, scientists and IT Specialists to complete results oriented research and testing projects. Unlike other summer STEM experiences that are based in a classroom or camp, the RISE program gives participants the experience of working in a functioning lab along-side the world-class professionals of Aberdeen Proving Ground.
Over the course of the two-week program, students spend between six and seven hours each day working in professional APG labs. Students are exposed to real-world technology and provide assistance to the engineers and scientists who work at APG to support the Soldiers. During their time with the RISE program, students work in teams to complete a series of tasks and projects. At the conclusion of the two-week program, students present their work to representatives of APG leadership as well as leadership from local participating industry partners and local academia.
In addition to the technical skills that students develop within the labs and the professional relationships that they build with mentors and teammates, students also complete an eight-hour leadership curriculum written specifically to address the needs of future professionals and leaders. In addition to sessions on effective communication, public speaking, reputation management and career development, students are also given the opportunity to engage with Senior Leaders from across the APG community to learn the secrets of success and the best ways to prepare for the future.
Attached, please find the 2018 Application.
For questions about your application, please contact Ms. Stephanie Overstreet at 443-861-7611 or via email at usarmy.apg.rdecom-cerdec.mbx.o
Posted 1/30/18 -Deadline 02/18/18
The GEMS Summer STEM camp application was opened on January 10, 2018.
Applications close on February 28, 2018!Interested students can access the STEM Camp Application at the APG linkThere are 4 programs.GEMS 1 - grades 5-7GEMS 2 - grades 7-10GEMS 3 Computer science - grades 10-12GEMS 3 Networks and Cybersecurity - grades 10-12Students will need to provide their own transportation to Aberdeen Proving Grounds (APG). These opportunities are selective and the students need to write an essay to express why they want to attend.Posted 1/18/18 - Deadline 02/28/18
AAVMC Veterinary Medical College Career Fair and Information Sessions
Registration is Open!
AAVMC is pleased to announce its annual Veterinary Medical Career Fair and Information Sessions event. This free event is for any high school and undergraduate student with an interest in the veterinary medical profession. The AAVMC’s recruiting event is a unique opportunity for prospective veterinary students to meet with admissions representatives from the veterinary medical colleges in the US and abroad. Information sessions are held to provide great information about various careers in veterinary medicine as well as helpful information on applying to veterinary school. Save the date for this unique opportunity!
AAVMC’s Annual Veterinary Medical Career Fair
& Information Sessions
Sunday March 4, 2018
1:30 PM—5:00 PM
Grand Hyatt Washington
1000 H St NW
Washington, DC 20001
Registration is Open!
Posted 1/15/17 -Deadline 03/04/2017
The 2018 Triple-Impact Competitor® Scholarship opportunity is now open for JUNIORS graduating in 2019 to apply!Nearly 100 scholarships ranging from $1000-$2000 will be awarded to student-athletes who apply this year. The application period runs from January 1-May 31st, 2018. National FINALISTS will be named around August, 2018 and NATIONAL WINNERS will be announced on a chapter by chapter basis from October, 2018-March, 2019. Scholarship funds will be disbursed in 2019 after college letters of acceptance are received.
Posted 1/05/2018-Deadline 05/31/2018