Applications open for women in STEAM program

UNMC’s UNeTech Institute, the AIM Institute and Nebraska Tech Collaborative are accepting applications for Opportunity Corps: Women in STEAM, a seven-month education program focused on entrepreneurship and leadership development that matches women academic and industry professionals in Science, Technology, Arts, Engineering and Math with women mentors in those subject areas.

Opportunity Corps: Women in STEAM focuses on a different subject each month, with a one-day educational workshop session featuring STEAM industry experts and leaders from the community, as well as one-on-one mentoring sessions with the mentors each month. All fellows who complete the program are paid a stipend of $500.

The 2024 program, in its third year, will begin in March and run through September. The deadline to apply is Monday, Feb. 5.

For more about the Opportunity Corps schedule, program goals, application information and application form, leadership team and program mentors, visit the Opportunity Corps: Women in STEAM website.

With questions, email Stephanie Kidd, PhD, communications strategist for the UNeTech Institute and program director.

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