See details below.
We would like to extend this special invitation to you and your student(s). The National Society of Black Engineers is hosting a special event at the Sheraton Grand, Saturday, Sept. 30th. This free event will showcase innovations from Argonne Labs, Project Syncere, Baxter, Fermi Lab, KDM Engineering, Imagine-It Tech and more! Attendees will be able to see the latest in technology play fun, interactive STEM-based games, talk to our engineers and design innovations of their own!
All ages are welcome!
Please register for this event @ https://pdcinnovationlab.eventbrite.com
Space is limited, so register today!
NSBE Chicago Professionals – PCI/NSBE Jr. Chair
pci | www.chicagonsbe.org |
P.O. Box 8304, Chicago, IL 60680-8304
See attached about the City Colleges of Chicago’s Engineering Pathways Scholarship program.
Engineering Pathways Scholarship.pdf
Apple Engineering Technology Camp
Objective/What to expect:
Apple’s Engineering Technology Camp (ETC) is a unique opportunity to learn from Apple engineers. Over the four-week period, you’ll experience a variety of interactive activities to gain insight into the world of hardware engineering. You’ll be placed in small teams and work collaboratively to identify creative solutions to an engineering design challenge. Each student will have a dedicated mentor to help guide in the process.
- Currently a sophomore or junior in high school.
- A strong interest in mathematics and physics.
- Some building or fabrication experience is a plus because the camp is hands-on.
- An interest in building tools and finding creative solutions.
- A deep curiosity about how things work.
Monday, July 11, to Friday, August 5, 2016 (four weeks)
Apple’s Cupertino headquarters
There will be no cost to students for attending the ETC. Apple will cover the transportation costs to and from Apple at the beginning and end of the camp. Housing, meals, and daily transportation will be provided by Apple.
Deadline date for submissions:
Friday, February 5, 2016
When you’ll hear back:
Students will hear back regarding the status of their submission the first week of March 2016.
Application link: https://goo.gl/mwNI5g
Congressman Stokes, an African American congressmen, believed more minorities needed to go to college, and helped create the Stokes Education Scholarship Program. This is for high school students who will major in computer science, computer engineering, or electrical engineering. They will be full time employees at the NSA, attend the college of their choice, receive up to $30,000 per year for tuition and mandatory fees; and work during the summers at NSA.
Stokes Students must work for NSA after graduation or pay back their tuition.
Applications are accepted September 1st – November 15th of each year https://www.nsa.gov/careers/opportunities_4_u/students/stokes.shtml
While its purpose is to facilitate the recruitment of individuals, particularly minority high school students, who have demonstrated skills critical to NSA, NSA is a federal agency and can’t discriminate.
Additional contact info:
National Security Agency, Senior Compliance Officer (Retired)
Chair, Career and Technical Education (CTE) Advisory Board for Baltimore County Maryland
STEM Internship Opportunities for Graduating Seniors!
Do you have an interest in Architecture, Engineering, and/or Construction? Come to an information session regarding PAID internship opportunities!
Thursday, February 12th
Room # 113
We are looking for motivated seniors graduating in June of 2015 with an interest in Construction, Architecture, Construction Management or Engineering to work with Chicago Public Schools’ contractors. Internships will be for 6 to 10 weeks in the summer of 2015 and are offered by architecture firms, engineering firms, and general contractors.
Please contact CIPinternship with questions.
A recent Lane alum at UIUC has presented an excellent opportunity to our students.
The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers at UIUC is hosting a high school visitation event. It would be for the whole weekend and they provide transportation to and from the campus. That includes pick up locations in Chicago.
Informational flyer is attached, and the application can be submitted here:
Their website is:
It actually sounds like a fun event and the whole thing is free. The application deadline is TOMORROW Oct 3 and it is open to all student, not just Hispanic students.
SHPE_UIUC FALL HSV.pdf
2014 NSBE Chicago Professionals Chapter- NSBE Jr. High School Senior Scholarship
Deadline: May 1, 2014 11:59 central time (CST).
- Applicant must be a paid NSBE Jr. member. To become a member, go to www.nsbe.org
- The applicant’s home must be in the Chicago, IL metropolitan area.
- The applicant’s grade point average must be a 3.0 or above on a 4.0 scale.
- The applicant must be a high school senior, accepted into an engineering or computer science program at a U.S. accredited college or university for the Fall 2014 semester.
- School Transcripts must be sent by your school. It must be postmarked by May 1, 2014. School Officials can submit Transcripts via e-mail or U.S. mail to: pci
Attn: Scholarship Committee
P.O. Box 8304
Chicago, IL 60680-8304
Only electronic applications will be accepted.
- Scholarship Award amounts are based on donations. Amount will be determined in April.
- Letters of Recommendation (one letter is required) can be submitted by e-mail as a .pdf file. U.S. mailed letters must be postmarked by May 1, 2014.
- Scholarship winners and all other applicants will be notified via email in May.
- Winners will be required to provide a copy of a letter of acceptance into an engineering program at an accredited university.
- Winners will be required to submit their Fall 2014 tuition bill. The Fall 2014 Class Schedule must be dated after August 25th and is due before October 15, 2014. A check will then be mailed.
- Scholarship recipients and their families: Please attend the Awards Dinner on June 7, 2014.
- Be sure to check out the additional high school senior and collegiate NSBE Scholarships at www.nsbe.org/Programs/Scholarships
Alexis Brown, NSBE Chicago Professionals- PCI/NSBE Jr. Chair
pci | http://www.chicagonsbe.org | 773-902-4510
P.O. Box 8304, Chicago, IL 60680-8304
Scholarship & Awards Committee Chair
E-Mail for questions and comments: pci