FAIRBORN — Wright State University has a new scholarship program that will position engineering and computer science students for a full-time job after graduation.
The College of Engineering and Computer Science will offer 30 Ohio students $6,000 annual scholarships and paid research positions during their undergraduate careers.
“It’s more than a scholarship. When the students graduate from the college, they will have hands-on experience that gives them a direct line on a job upon graduation, and they will graduate virtually debt-free,” said Dean S. Narayanan.
The Air Force Research Laboratory-Industry Experiential Learning Assistantship is aimed at recruiting and retaining Ohio high school students to create a local workforce, according to the university.
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