Funding & Internships
This month's highlights:
Smarter Every Day is a website and YouTube channel run by engineer Destin Sandlin. Sandlin is seeking undergraduate transfer students to work with thanks to a 5-year, $1 million NSF grant. Students can work on one of three different projects: Ion Thrusters, 3-D Printed Lattice Metals, and UAV Butterflies.
The AccessComputing Project
is an NSF-funded "community of high school and college students with disabilities who are interested in computing fields, such as computer science and information technology," aimed at "increasing the participation of people with disabilities in computing fields." It offers support in finding paid internships, grad school placements, and employment.
The IEEE PES Scholarship Plus Initiative is a "scholarship for undergraduate electrical engineering students in the U.S., Canada, and Puerto Rico. If you're an undergraduate student in electrical engineering or considering it, you may be eligible for scholarship money and real-world experience in one of the most rewarding and future-facing careers for young graduates." Deadline: June 30.