STEM Scholarship

Scholarships for DCO Students

Two fantastic scholarship opportunities for Northern Virginia Community College students enrolled in the Data Center Operations Technology program. Students will be able to apply through Feb 14th.

Potomac AFCOM Datacenter Scholarship

The Potomac Chapter of AFCOM (Association For Computer Operations Management) has established scholarships for NOVA students enrolled in the Engineering Technology: Data Center Operations Specialization, A.A.S. Program.  Two scholarships of $2,000 each are being offered to cover tuition and associated fees. Additional eligibility criteria include: financial need, academic standing, and have Manassas or Loudoun listed as a primary campus. In addition to completing the general application, students will need to answer the following prompt: Why do you want to work In the Datacenter Business?”

CoreSite Datacenter Scholarships

Our friends at CoreSite and their partners have established a fund to support 15 – $1,000 scholarships for students enrolled in NOVA’s DCO Program.  The scholarship may be used for tuition and books.  Additional eligibility criteria includes:  financial need and academic standing.  The scholarship is open to both full- and part-time students who are enrolled in the Data Center Operations Specialization on the Loudoun and Manassas Campuses.

To apply, visit NOVA’s Scholarship site

Filing deadline is February 14, 2020

STEM Scholarship

VT-NETS Scholarship Deadline Extended!

Apply for a scholarship to Virginia Tech!

The VT-NETS Scholarship deadline has been extended until July 15, 2018.

The VT-NETS program starts when students enroll in Northern Virginia Community College’s (or Virginia Western Community College’s) engineering curriculum, where they will have access to up to a full scholarship (four semesters maximum) upon acceptance into the VT-NETS program.

Students will have access to faculty mentoring, gain support from a cohort of their peers, attend professional development and research seminars, and visit the Virginia Tech campus. Students will build bonds with Virginia Tech faculty and staff as they visit open houses, preview weekends, and attend events during their first two years while enrolled in community college.

Students will be aided in the transfer process and awarded a scholarship of up to $10,000/year (two years maximum) upon acceptance into the Virginia Tech College of Engineering.