77,000 Reasons For HBCU Grads To Become Engineers and Scientists
In these tough economic times, minority college students and graduates are having to make tough choices: roll the dice in the job market or find a way to get a degree in a field with excellent future growth. Here is a program that could make the choice a little easier for those choosing to go in a STEM related field like engineering.
Why Grads Should Consider an Engineering or Science Related Degree
Engineering and science based fields like Petroleum, Electrical, Civil and Environmental, Nuclear and Solar engineering are among the fastest growing and highest paying job opportunities according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). New companies and jobs are opening in these fields daily. This graduate fellowship program sponsored by The National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) will give qualified graduates the opportunity to study a STEM degree field of their choice at a prestigious college or university. The fellowship can pay up to $77,000 towards a STEM graduate degree.
We are looking for 1,000 HBCU graduates to take the challenge!
Click here for more details : GradOpp | The HBCU Stem Fellowship Program.