Are you interested in becoming a scientist, engineer, mathematician, or computer scientist? Through funding from NASA, Everett Community College (EvCC) is offering a program to help students interested in these majors (STEM) bridge between high school and college.
The EvCC STEM Bridge Program will give you a huge jump start on college by enrolling you in a full load of college classes this summer. Students who successfully complete all their classes will receive 12-14 college credits: College Success in Engineering & Computer Science (Engr 101), Interdisciplinary Design Project (Engr 298), English 101, and one science class from Math, Physics, Engineering, Computer Science, Geology, or Astronomy.
Students in this program will receive
• Full tuition, fees, and books for summer quarter 2018
• A campus parking pass or ORCA bus pass
• Financial aid coaching
• Academic support
• Personalized advising
• Career exploration field trips
• 12-14 college credits for completing classes
Additionally, qualifying low-income students who perform well academically may be qualified to receive an additional scholarship of up to $5,000 per year for the rest of their time at EvCC, funded through the National Science Foundation.
We are recruiting people in the high school graduating class of 2018 who are interested in majoring in Engineering, Computer Science, Math, Chemistry, Physics/Astronomy, Earth Science, or Biology (not health/medical science).
- US Citizen, permanent resident, legal refugee, or DACA
- Washington state resident
- Able to commit full time this summer (Mon-Fri 8am-5pm)
Preference will be given to students who
- Are economically disadvantaged (qualify for free or reduced lunch)
- Are the first generation in their family to attend college (neither parent holds a bachelors degree)
- Have a documented disability
- Are female and/or underrepresented minorities: Black/African-American, Hispanic, Native American, Pacific Islander
Apply online at https://goo.gl/forms/gMhHuJTVmZieyZT02
The application deadline is Friday, March 29, 2019 by 11:59pm.
Contact the program coordinator Kristine Washburn at email@example.com or call 425-388-9431 if you have any questions.