Thanks to the Indiana Space Grant Community College Partnership, which is funded by the NASA Office of Education, scholarships are available to current students in STEM-related programs.
STEM—or science, technology, engineering, and math—programs at Ivy Tech Community College Northeast include aviation maintenance technology, engineering technology, pre-engineering, and electrical engineering technology.
Students selected to receive the scholarships will receive
- $750 a semester
- Mentoring from industry partners
- Internship opportunities
- Service-learning training and experience
- Career development
To become a student at Ivy Tech Northeast, prospective students can apply for free online at IvyTech.edu/NowIsTheTime, where they will also be walked through the steps for enrollment. For a speedier enrollment process, prospective students can come to Express Enrollment Day from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov. 14 at the Express Enrollment Center in the Student Life Center on North Campus, 3701 Dean Drive. There, they will be able to complete all enrollment steps—from applying to the College to meeting with an advisor, and everything in between.
Ivy Tech Northeast students interested in applying for the NASA scholarships can do so at the Indiana Space Grant Consortium website.
Spring 2015 classes begin Jan. 12, 2015.