Gateway Technical College has extended the SC Johnson STEM Scholars Pathway program application deadline to July 15.
The SC Johnson STEM Scholars Pathway represents a life-changing opportunity to 2021 high school graduates who live within the Racine Unified School District. It pays for tuition, fees, books and supplies for students to earn a degree at Gateway Technical College, and then pays for students to complete a four-year degree at Carthage College, Concordia University Wisconsin or Milwaukee School of Engineering.
A limited number of spots are available. To apply and for more information: www.gtc.edu/STEM-scholars
The main intent of the scholarship is to attract and encourage young women of color to enter into STEM fields -- career fields in which women of color are underrepresented -- but does not exclude others. Men and women from underrepresented racial and ethnic groups, as well as those from low-income backgrounds, are eligible to receive the grant.
Scholarships will be awarded annually for the next 10 years to students enrolling in Gateway’s Electrical Engineering Technology, Architectural-Structural Engineering Technician, IT-Data Analytics Specialist, IT-Cybersecurity Specialist, IT-Network Specialist, IT-Web Developer or IT-Software Developer programs.