Click on the links below to access the resources available to you.
Here is a great video from Code2040, an internship program for software coders. The video is a great way to show entering students what sorts of things they might do as a computer science major.
Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU's) Booklet:
REU Booklet 2015.pdf
Have you applied for our NVC Scholarship:
Napa Engineers Society Scholarship:
Scholarships and Resources for DACA and Dream Act students:
Jobs And Internship Guide 2014-2015.pdf
NVC partner in the following fellowship:
The Dwight David EISENHOWER COMMUNITY COLLEGE TRANSPORTATION FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM 2015
OBJECTIVES OF THE PROGRAM
MESA Students enrolled in an Engineering Work Experience 199 during both fall and spring semester. This class is a 1 unit seminar which explores and evaluates transportation related topics. Engineering Instructor, Antonio Castro is assisting students in acquiring discipline awareness as well as focus on the requirements stipulated through the Dwight David Eisenhower Fellowship awarded to the MESA program.
In this class, recipients prepare a research paper on a topic directly related to a relevant transportation problem or issue, with the approval of Antonio Castro, Faculty Advisor. Students attend the Transportation Research Board (TRB) held January 11-15, 2016 in Washington, DC where you present your research project (mandatory). In addition, all students submit a required 300 word abstract of their research (or proposed research) for review to the Transportation Research Board staff.
A paid stipend will be given to each awarded applicant for the academic year. Recipient award will be based on the rankings from the local Selection Panel. Recipients will receive a minimum of $1,500, for attendance at the Transportation Research Board's Annual Meeting.
The EISENHOWER COMMUNITY COLLEGE TRANSPORTATION FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM provides funding for the pursuit of an Associate's Degree or specialized training in transportation related fields. The program objective is to attract qualified students to the fields of transportation education and research, and advance transportation workforce development. The Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship Program encompasses all modes of transportation. The program is intended to help upgrade the scope of knowledge of the entire transportation community in the United States and encompasses all modes of transportation.
All applicants must: be enrolled in an accredited United States institution of higher education, must be pursuing a degree in a full-time program, must be in a transportation-related discipline, must conduct ongoing research in one or more transportation-related disciplines, and should be planning to enter the transportation profession after completing their education.
Non United States citizens must attach a copy of their I-20 ID or I-551 issued by the
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
· Declared a STEM Major
· SEP Plan has been completed by an NVC Counselor
CRITERIA FOR EVALUATION
The Eisenhower Fellowships will be awarded on the basis of merit. Merit includes:
- Class standing, GPA, and official College Transcripts.
- Transportation work experience, if any, including employer's endorsement
- Letters of Recommendation regarding the applicant's qualifications. (minimum 4), and
- Proposed plan of study (Limit 8000 characters) and
- Personal Statement (Limit 8000 characters)
- Application Due Date: on or before June 11th, 2015
- Turn in to Rene Rubio, STEM Center (1800) building, Rm. 1808 (707) 256-7281 firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications are available in the STEM Center.