We’re connecting this week with IET students about their interest in NOVA and the IET program in general.
On Thursday, July 30 (11am-12pm), Dr. Chad Knights, Provost of Northern Virginia Community College’s (NOVA) Information and Engineering Technologies (IET) division and his leadership team will host an informative Zoom session with current IT, Cybersecurity and Engineering Technology students as well as any students that have shown interest in college-wide IET programs. Parents and guardians of students are also welcome to join the session.
Dr. Knights and his team will explore options and resources available for you at NOVA and answer your questions. This is a follow-up to successful chats with students, parents and guardians that our president, Dr. Anne Kress, held in May.
Among the topics they will discuss are:
- Program Options at NOVA
- NOVA’s Six Options for the Fall
- Financial Aid and Payment Plans
- Transfer from NOVA to the College of Your Choice
- Employment Opportunities
>> Please click here to register in advance. You’ll receive the Zoom link for the chat once registered.
We look forward to seeing you on Thursday. Stay safe!
Three $2000 scholarships available – Applications due Dec 5
If you are a student looking for STEM internships or a company looking for interns check out csiip.org
“The Virginia Student Training and Refurbishment program donated 30 laptop computers to Northern Virginia Community College’s SySTEMic Solutions summer robotics camps.
The computers, acquired from state agencies and private companies, are refurbished by students in the program, who receive IT repair certification for their work. Campers used the laptops donated to Northern Virginia Community College to program their robots…”
Read the full article here: http://www.washingtonpost.com/local/prince-william-county-news-in-brief/2013/08/23/97745ec2-0c1e-11e3-b87c-476db8ac34cd_story.html
“More than 150 leaders from government, education and Northern Virginia’s business community convened at Micron Technology Inc. in Manassas yesterday to support the regional expansion of SySTEMic Solutions—a program aimed at recruiting students into the career fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics…”
Find the full article here: http://www.alexandrianews.org/systemic-solutions-public-private-collaborations-key-to-meeting-workforce-demands-in-northern-virginia/
Visit our blog to stay infomed with SySTEMic Solutions news, events, and opportunities to partner with us. We will also have information on volunteer opportunities and how to register for our summer robotics camps.
If you have any questions about our programs, please contact Marya Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!