***Application Process: Step 1: Apply through the Career Center (This way the College of Engineering will have your information on file) Step 2: Complete STEM VISTA application at www.calstate.edu/cce/vista/
Deadline is April 30, 2014
Project Description: Cal Poly Pomona is a designated Hispanic Service Institution and the College of Engineering is uniquely positioned to provide significant impact the number of traditionally underrepresented student populations succeeding in STEM. The overall goal is to increase interest, participation, retention, and graduation in STEM fields among historically underrepresented and underserved minorities, including women. Two CSU STEM VISTA members will provide support for various aspects of implementing and assessing programs to effectively attract and retain a diverse student body in STEM disciplines, especially engineering. Each CSU STEM VISTA member will have the following focus:
STEM Student Success Coordinator (K-12 Outreach Programs)
- assist with programs and events to help create a diverse body of engineering students, including increasing the percentage of women in engineering
- maintain contact with K-12 educators at our partner schools involved in programs such as school robotics, student/parent outreach programs, and Project Lead The Way
- create a database of K-12 outreach programs in the College of Engineering and identify best practices, including data collection, assessment, and developing training.
- conduct training workshops for engineering students engaged in K-12 outreach programs,
- develop marketing tools
Engineering Tutoring Coordinator (College Academic Enrichment)
- conduct an assessment of existing tutoring resources on campus, develop materials to publicize resources to STEM students, and suggest additional services to fill any gaps in academic subjects
- coordinate the recruitment, interviewing, and hiring of potential tutors
- schedule tutors’ work time and track hours
- assist with development/implementation of tutor training, including study strategies
- evaluate tutors on a regular basis
- monitor students’ academic progress to ensure higher course pass rates
Please check later for internship opportunities
The Chassis Plans Leadership in Engineering Scholarship is awarded each year to one full-time student pursuing an undergraduate or Master’s degree in engineering.
Undergraduate engineering programs are those offering a bachelor’s (or equivalent) degree in engineering.
All scholarship winners receive a non-renewable scholarship of $1,500.
The Chassis Plans’ Leadership in Engineering Scholarship was founded to assist future engineers in pursuing their degree in an effort to continue America’s leadership in innovation. As an engineering-centric company providing rugged computing solutions to industry and the military, we recognize that today’s engineering students will be the driving force for continued leadership in the future.
The application form can be downloaded from Chassis Plans Leadership in Engineering Scholarship Application Form.
Chassis Plans has a long history of engaging students enrolled in the local universities (San Diego State University, University of California San Diego) and offering intern positions. These engagements have been beneficial to both the students and the company. We've decided to offer scholarships to students pursuing degrees in engineering as a way of giving back to the community.
Prepare an essay of 1,000 to 1,500 words (typed, double-spaced) about one of the following topics:
• What technology will power cars and the driving experience in 10 years?
• As an Engineer, what do you see as the most socially important project you might have an opportunity to work on?
• What would be the most personally exciting project you could work on and what would you contribute?
Essays must be typed and included with the completed application.
To be eligible for this scholarship, applicants must meet the following criteria:
• Enrolled full-time in an engineering program working toward a bachelor’s or Master’s degree.
• Hold US citizenship.
• Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.
• Must have completed the equivalent of two years of full-time college study by the time the scholarship is funded.
• Submit typed (double-spaced) essay answering one of the posed questions.
Note: Past winners and applicants of this scholarship are eligible to re-apply in future years.
APPLICATION DEADLINE AND TIMELINE
All applications must be postmarked by June 30, 2014. Scholarship awards will be announced on August 15, 2014. The funds will be disbursed after enrollment verification for the 2014/2015 school year.
Attn: Leadership in Engineering Scholarship
10123 Carroll Canyon Rd.
San Diego, CA 92131
For more information, contact:
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