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Could You Use a Career Boost? Apply to Become a STEM Scholar!

STEM Institute logoAre you planning a career in science, technology, engineering or math? Give yourself a career edge by applying to become a STEM Scholar!

The standards of the DCCCD STEM Institute are high, and the process is competitive, but the opportunities are exceptional.

As a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Scholar, you will:

  • Earn an award ranging from $600 to $1,320 per semester
  • Participate in exclusive events designed to support your education and career
  • Engage with state and local universities
  • Interact and network with top STEM professionals
  • Receive mentoring from dedicated STEM Faculty Fellows

The deadline to submit your application is May 31, 2013.

Download an information packet today. To learn details about eligibility requirements or to find out who to contact for more information, visit the DCCCD Foundation website.

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We Have Degrees for the 25 Best Jobs of 2012

The 25 best jobs of 2012, according to U.S. News & World Report cover a range of industries, with half in health care or technology. DCCCD offers the degrees and certificates you would need for 19 of the 25 best jobs.

The 25 Best Jobs (and the DCCCD programs that go with them):

  1. Registered nurse (Nursing)
  2. Software developer (Computer Information Technology – Programming, Internet Development Technologies)
  3. Pharmacist (Pharmacy Technician)
  4. Medical assistant (Medical Assisting)
  5. Database administrator (Computer Information Technology – Programming)
  6. Web developer (Computer Information Technology – Web/Internet Services, Internet Development Technologies)
  7. Computer systems analyst (Computer Information Technology – Programming, Digital Forensics)
  8. Physical therapist
  9. Computer programmer (Computer Information Technology – Programming, Internet Development Technologies)
  10. Occupational therapist
  11. Maintenance and repair worker (Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology, Construction Management, Construction Technology, Electrical Technology, Welding)
  12. Elementary school teacher (Child Development, Education-Related Degrees)
  13. Clinical laboratory technician (Medical Laboratory Technician)
  14. Speech-language pathologist
  15. Paramedic (EMS/Paramedic)
  16. Meeting, convention and event planner (Travel, Exposition and Meeting Management)
  17. School counselor
  18. Social worker (Social Work, Substance Abuse Counseling)
  19. Sports coach
  20. Sales representative (Business Administration, Marketing Careers)
  21. Accountant (Accounting)
  22. Receptionist (Business Office Systems and Support, Medical Front Office)
  23. Financial advisor (Accounting)
  24. Customer service representative (Business Office Systems and Support, Medical Front Office)
  25. HR specialist

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