Prince George’s Community College Scholarships

Prince George’s Community College have over FIFTEEN Computer and Information Technology Courses APPROVED for Scholarships. Application Process Interested parties should email to receive additional information about Technology courses/programs, scholarships and application procedures. Call Now! 301-546-8016 Barbara McCreary IT Program Coordinator (301) 546-0873

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The Patriots/NSBE Internet TV Show The Internet TV Show will showcase students that are pursuing a career in “STEM” with Federal Government Agencies, Technology Companies, Universities/Colleges, and “STEM” Organizations. We will also host workshops and competitions for students to win prizes. Assignments Opportunity to interview Federal Agencies and Technology Firms Write multiple Press Releases to Local and National Media Outlets …

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Industrial and Systems Engineering Careers Industrial and systems engineers are equipped to plan the most efficient means of using essential resources like money, time, energy, machines, people, and material to produce a product or a service. Ergonomist Engineer Operations Analyst Quality Control Engineer Sales Engineer Project Manager Do you have questions about Systems STEM Careers?


Software Engineering Software developers invent the technologies we sometimes take for granted. For instance, that app that rings, sings or buzzes you out of a deep sleep every morning? A software developer helped design that. And when you roll into the office and turn on your computer, clicking and scrolling through social media, music and your personal calendar – software …

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Nuclear Engineering Nuclear engineers research and develop the processes, instruments, and systems used to derive benefits from nuclear energy and radiation. Many of these engineers find industrial and medical uses for radioactive materials—for example, in equipment used in medical diagnosis and treatment. Many others specialize in the development of nuclear power sources for ships or spacecraft. Machinist Mate Maintenance Technician Electrician …

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Mechanical Engineering Mechanical engineers research, design, develop, build and test various devices.They often have an innate curiosity about the way things work.  Automation engineer Research and development engineer Senior mechanical engineer Senior design engineer Powertrain engineer Instrumentation engineer Do you have questions about Mechanical STEM Careers?


Environmental Engineering Environmental engineers use principles of chemistry and biology to prevent or solve environmental problems. Environmental engineers possess a strong commitment to the environment and they enjoy a career that allows them to improve it. The most successful environmental engineers have backgrounds in math and science and are detail-oriented. Water project manager. … Senior environmental engineer Environmental health and safety director …

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Electrical Engineers Electrical engineering degrees incorporate rigorous coursework in STEM, including mechanics, power systems, circuitry, physics, and programmable logic. With the rise of technology, many different employers need professionals proficient in designing and maintaining electrical systems and equipment. Electrical engineers can provide critical skills in diverse areas, including medical and military environments. Principal Electrical Engineer Electrical Distribution Designer Aerospace Electrical Engineer …

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Cyber Security

With Cybersecurity jobs in such high demand and skilled professionals in low supply, many companies have whittled their cyber talent wishlist down to a few key positions. Cyber Security Engineer Cyber Security Analyst Network Engineer / Architect Cyber Security Consultant Cyber  Security Manager/Administrator Do you have questions about Cyber Security STEM Careers?


Chemical/Biological Engineering is a career path that works! In particular, chemical engineers design plant equipment and devise processes for manufacturing chemicals and products by applying principles and technology of chemistry, physics, and engineering. The specific responsibilities of chemical engineers, though they may vary among industries and even within the same company, can be categorized in general terms for most industries. …

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