Friday, October 10, 2014

Planetary Resources Info Session

Monday, Oct. 13, 2014, 7-8pm
Electrical Engineering Bldg, Room 303

Pizza will be provided

Hear about opportunities for co-op positions in Aerospace, Electrical, Mechanical, Computer
Science/Engineering, Engineering Physics, and Space Systems

Planetary Resources, the asteroid mining company, is looking for motivated students to work in a hands-on, intense, and dynamic work environment. Come see how you can join the next great adventure in deep space exploration.

GO and Fritz Study Abroad Scholarship Open to all UW Undergraduate

The GO! and Fritz Scholarships are open to UW undergraduates from all three campuses and offer awards of $2000 - $5000 to support study abroad. 
·         The applications are online with access at  
·         To apply for the GO!, students must be residents of WA state and eligible for Pell Grants or Husky Promise. 
·         To apply for the Fritz, students must be declared social science or humanities majors with at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA.

The deadline for GO! and Fritz applications is Thursday, November 6 at 5pm. 
·         Students studying abroad during winter or spring 2015 should apply now. 
·         Students studying abroad in summer or autumn 2015 should apply at our next deadline in April. 
·         Info sessions are:   Wednesday, Oct. 29,  at 3:30pm in 171 Mary Gates Hall. 
·         Students are welcome to email with questions.

Information will also be available from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Study Abroad Fair, October 23 and the Scholarship & Fellowship Fair, October 30 -- Both in the Commons, Mary Gates Hall. 

We invite all students interested in study abroad (and advisers too!) to our next Study Abroad Meet & Greet on Wednesday, Oct. 29  from 4:30 – 5:30pm in 171 Mary Gates Hall 
·         GO! and Fritz Scholars just back from their studies abroad will be there to talk about their experiences and answer questions. 
·         Delicious international snacks will be served!

Visit IXL Learning at UW this Fall - October 20th - 23rd

Shaping the Future
of Educational Technology
IXL Learning is an educational technology company like no other. Located in the San Francisco Bay Area, IXL is full of smart, motivated people dedicated to advancing education through online technology. Our work inspires us to do the best we can each day; we know that the products we create will be used by students and teachers around the world. We are a small but very successful company, with a vast array of new features and products on the horizon. If you're eager to work on something you believe in and really make an impact, we want to meet you!
We're seeking experienced and new grad software engineers who have passion for technology and education to join the IXL Engineering team!
  • Be involved in all aspects of the development process - including design, coding, debugging, and tuning
  • Build the back-end writing, application logic and UI that drive the site
  • Collaborate with other teams to design amazing products to meet the needs of students and teachers all over the world
  • Join a talented team of engineers building first-of-their-kind products
  • Work on projects that have a global impact

IXL will be at UW this Fall -
Stop by and speak to our team about
open positions and how to apply!
Information Session
October 21st
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
UW Science & Engineering Career Fair
October 20th
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
HUB Ballroom
UW Computer Science & Engineering Affiliates Fair
October 23rd
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Microsoft Atrium and Gates Commons
Looking for a summer internship?
We're on the lookout for talented go-getters to participate in our Software Engineer - Intern program. Check out our Internship Program and see if you have what it takes to be an IXLer!

Thursday, October 9, 2014

Yelp Tech Talk

Thursday, October 23rd
6:30-7:30 p.m.
EEB 125

Yelp engineer Bryan E talks about Threat Monitoring Using Open Source Tools. Dinner is provided and there will be an iPad raffle. Bring your CS/EE resume to enter the raffle.

Read more about our engineering at and check out our recent challenge at

Volunteers for the Scholarship and Fellowship Fair, October 30, 2014

The Office of Merit Scholarships, Fellowships & Awards is looking for a few good students to serve as volunteers during the Scholarship and Fellowship Fair on Thursday, October 30, 2014 during variable times between 8:30 a.m. and 3:00 pm.  The event will be held in Commons,  Mary Gates Hall.   We are looking for individuals to serve in the following capacities:

·         Event Setup in prep for the big day -- Table & Material Setup, Signage-Building & Campus locations, Food & Beverage Station Setup;
·         General Assistants – Greeters, Traffic Directors, Workshop Introductions, Food and Beverage Station Attendants, Registration Support, Materials, etc.; and
·         Tear Down -- Clean up and tear down of the event including collecting signage-building & campus locations.

To see specific times and to sign up, please go to the following URL link  --

If you have questions, please don’t hesitate to email or phone Mona Pitre-Collins, or 206-221-6059.  Thank you.

UW Department of Rehab Open House and Masters in Prosthetics and Orthotics

UW's Master of Prosthetics and Orthotics professional degree program and the Dept of Rehab is holding an Open House on Nov 4th at 5 p.m. in the UW Medical Center, Room BB-918.
Prosthetics and Orthotics is an exciting career with excellent employment opportunities and growth potential. The American Academy of Orthotists and Prosthetists maintains a web site with information about a career in P&O:  Detailed information about the UW program, including prerequisites, can be found at:

Generally speaking, candidates for a career in Prosthetics & Orthotics are compassionate and patient; have strong interpersonal skills; enjoy hands-on work; have good mechanical aptitude; and are excellent problem-solvers and creative thinkers. 

Two Sigma info session at University of Washington

Allow me to introduce myself, my name is  Talia and I am part of the Campus Recruitment team at Two Sigma. Two Sigma will be very active on Campus this Fall, through attending career fairs/info sessions and hosting coffee talks/ lunches.

For your reference, Two Sigma is a technology company that applies a rigorous, scientific method-based approach to investment management. We are very excited to be hosting an info session at University of Washing on Thursday, October 23rd from  5:30-7 PM  at UW Career Center (LOBBY) 134 Mary Gates 

Register for the info session

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Boeing Site Services Info Session

Boeing Site Services is looking to recruit top talent from UW for those interested in gaining experience in facilities management and facilities/equipment engineering. We have over 60 internship positions to fill next summer, and we will be on campus to hold an information and networking session to provide additional details regarding these exciting opportunities. Take advantage of this chance for one on one time to ask questions and network with our recruiting team.

What: Boeing Site Services Info Session
Who: Juniors looking for summer internships or seniors looking to learn about full time opportunities in Boeing Site Services
When: Thursday, October 9, 5:30-7:30 PM
Where: MGH 134

Jackson Munro Public Service Fellowship: Applications Due October 31st

The Jackson Munro Public Service Fellowship (formerly the Sterling and Gene Munro Public Service Fellowship) encourages a life-long commitment to public service by providing outstanding undergraduates with the opportunity to explore their potential through service and leadership in the community.
Jackson Munro Public Service Fellows are selected based on the strength of a public service project proposed in collaboration with a public sector (non-profit or governmental) organization.
Factors influencing the selection of Munro Public Service Fellows include:
  • Historical commitment to and involvement with community engagement activities
  • Depth of partnership/relationship with proposed public sector partner
  • Scope and impact of proposed work during the Fellowship
  • Potentially sustainability of proposed project, how will the organization sustain this work at the end of your Fellowship?
  • Connection between proposed project, academic studies, and professional/educational goals and objectives
 Made possible through the support of the Henry M. Jackson Foundation, the Fellowship is named for late Senator Henry M. “Scoop” Jackson, S. Sterling Munro, Jr., the former top aide to Senator Jackson and Administrator of the Bonneville Power Administration, and Gene Munro, a lifelong advocate for public service and the wife of S. Sterling Munro Jr.
The application deadline for the 2015 Fellowship is 11:59PM on Friday, October 31st.  Application instructions and Fellowship expectations can be found at
Questions? Contact Rachel Vaughn, Director, Carlson Leadership & Public Service Center at

Post-Graduation 2015 Job Opportunities Making Social Change

We’re looking for smart, hard-working students who work well in a team and are eager to make real change after graduation.

The Fund for the Public Interest (­“the Fund”)**partners with leading nonprofit groups from around the country, providing the kind of people power it takes to build organizations for the long-term, win hard-fought campaigns, and make real change on some of the most important issues of our day. And we’re hiring!

Specifically, we're hiring Citizen Outreach Directors to run our grassroots campaign offices across the country next fall -- working on behalf of groups like Environment America and US PIRG.

We are looking for smart, motivated students who want to get their hands dirty and make a real impact on some of the most critical issues facing our society.

If you are interested in applying, visit our website at <>, or contact me directly – 360-536-0118 <tel:360-536-0118>, <>.

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Undergraduate Research Assistant in Machine Learning Project

My research group has an opening for one undergraduate to work on a
Machine Learning project, starting this fall. The specific area is
Non-linear dimension reduction/Manifold learning (NLD). The goal for
this project is

  (1) *efficient* implementation of NLD algorithms in python. The
  current implementations run on thousands of data points (Matlab), 1
  million (python). Can you rewrite them to run on 100M? on 1B?

  (2) study real world data sets and discover their features, using
  the algorithms you implement
      - spectra of galaxies from large sky surveys
      - the benchmark image data sets CIFAR-10 and CIFAR-100
      - recordings of brain activity

  The software will ultimately (possibly as soon as the end of the
  fall quarter) become a component of scikit-learn.

Requirements. To participate, you MUST:
    - be a an expert with cython, numpy and other python scientific
computing libraries (send me the name of a github repository with
 code by you, or equivalent proof of expertise when you apply)

Highly desirable (you will gain more from the experience)
    - basic notions of probability, statistics and mathematics
    - a course in algorithms and data structures
    - a curious mind

Rewards for you:
    - experience with modern machine learning
    - experience with the statistical study of large real data sets
    - co-authorship of the package
    - 2-4 credit hours

    [- depending on your dilligence: co-authorship of research papers
    resulting from this project]

What if you are interested but are not a python expert? I cannot work
with you until the python project is underway. But if I do find a
person for this first priority project, then I may have 1-2 openings
in the same area. So, drop me a line.

  ,_ o  Marina Meila           Dept of Statistics     Padelford B - 321
 / //\   Associate Professor     U of Washington    Box  354322
__\>>_|__                 Seattle WA 98195-4322
   \\,         phone: 206-543-8484

UW Business Career Fair: 10/14, 2-6pm HUB. Open to all UW Students!

Attention Huskies!

Welcome back to campus! We hope you had a great summer! Have you been looking for the perfect job or internship?  Then, don’t miss the chance to chat with more than 120 employers at annual UW Business Career Fair!  All UW students are welcome.

Tuesday, October 14th
2-6pm, HUB Ballrooms
Open to all UW students and alumni!

Attending employers are looking to hire a variety of majors for internships, part-time or full-time career opportunities. The one thing they all have in common?  They’re looking to hire Huskies! 

Companies include: Accenture, Amazon,  Anheuser Busch, Bloomberg, Boeing, Boston Scientific, Deloitte Consulting, Hitatchi,  HP, Intel,  KeyBank,  Pandora, Wells Fargo, Zillow and many more! See attached link for employer list. Get a head start on your competition by researching the companies on the list.  Be sure to come dressed to impress and bring copies of your resumes!

Questions? Contact

UW iSchool - MLIS Info Session Weds/Oct 8 (6 pm, OUGL 136 or online)

You’re Invited!
MLIS Information Session
Weds, October 8th, 6:00 pm
Join us in person: OUGL 136, UW Seattle Campus
Or listen online:

Interested in a career in librarianship, information literacy, knowledge organization, user experience design, or information architecture?  Do you think creatively and want to help people and organizations find and understand information?  If yes, then check out the Master of Library and Information Science degree offered by the University of Washington Information School.  We offer the #3 ranked program in the nation. 

Please join us on-campus or online for an information session on Wednesday, October 8th, from 6:00-7:00 pm PDT.  The on-campus information session will take place in Odegaard Undergraduate Library Room 136.  If you can't make it to campus, log in at (sign in as a guest) to listen to the presentation.  No RSVP is necessary for this session, but if you have questions or need directions, please email  For additional information session and web chat dates, visit the iSchool recruiting calendar.

Click here to find out more of what you can do with a master’s degree in information science.  And check out these videos to learn more about what some of our alum are doing.

Full event information at

Morris K & Stewart L Udall Scholarship, Campus Deadline Nov 6, 2014

Morris K & Stewart L Undergraduate Scholarship
Campus Application Deadline: November 6, 2014
National Application Deadline: March 4, 2015

The Udall Foundation awards scholarships to college sophomores and juniors for leadership, public service, and commitment to issues related to American Indian nations or to the environment.   Selected Udall Scholars receive up to $5000 for eligible academic expenses.   The Udall scholarship honors the legacies of Morris Udall and Stewart Udall, whose careers had a significant impact on American Indian self-governance, health care, and the stewardship of public lands and natural resources.

Applicants for the Udall Scholarship are selected on the basis of the following:
·         Commitment to a career related to the environment, or to tribal public policy, or to American Indian health care;
·         Leadership, public service, consensus building, and integrity;
·         Academic achievement;  and
·         An understanding of the Udall legacy, demonstrated through the application essay.

Upcoming Information Sessions:
·         4:00 – 4:50 p.m., Monday, October 13, 2014, 173Q MGH Team Room
·         1:00 – 1:50 p.m., Tuesday, October 29, 2014, 173Q MGH Team Room
Campus Application Can be found at this link:

For more information, please see the Udall websites:

Or the Office of Merit Scholarships, Fellowships and Awards webpage:

Qualcomm intern and new graduate job postings

Qualcomm On-Campus Office Hours
Wednesday, October 15 (2014)
CSE AE105 (EE Main Office)
All interested students welcome to meet engineers from Qualcomm.  Ask about opportunities! Find out if Qualcomm is right for you!

Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship Information Session
Thursday, October 16
218 Guggenheim
Calling all PhD Students and Faculty!

The 16th Los Alamos Dynamics Summer School

June 8th-August 7th, 2014
Los Alamos National Laboratory

Purpose: To focus a select group of upper-level undergraduate students and first year graduate students on the multi-disciplinary field of cyber-physical dynamic systems.

Focus areas: Students will learn about research in cyber-physical systems through tutorials and guest lectures, tours, and research projects.

1. Tutorials and Guest Lectures: Weekly tutorials and lectures with world class experts on various aspects of cyber-physical systems (signal processing, dynamic systems, system identification, embedded systems, model validation, nonlinear systems, and machine learning).
2. Projects: 3 person multi-disciplinary teams conduct research projects in an intense 9 week time frame. The goal is for the students to document and present their results at a professional conference. The 2014 Summer School students will present their research results at IMAC XXXIII.
3. Fellowship amounts range from $7000 to$10,500, depending on academic status and the point of origin for the student’s travel to Los Alamos.
4. This program is limited to US citizens.

How to Apply:
Students should send an email with the following documents to
1. Resume
2. 1-page cover letter describing their interest in this summer school and multi-disciplinary cyber-physical dynamic systems research as well as your near term (1-3 year) academic and professional goals
3. Official transcripts (a copy is fine for application purposes, but the original will be needed prior to the start of the summer school)
4. At least one letter of recommendation
Applications must be received by Dec. 5, 2014.
Acceptance notifications will be sent by Dec. 19, 2014.
Additional information can be found at
Questions? Please contact, Chuck Farrar at or
David Mascarenas

2015 Nuclear Forensics Undergraduate Scholarship Program

The South Carolina Universities Research and Education Foundation (SCUREF) is now accepting applications for the Nuclear Forensics Undergraduate Scholarship Program (NFUSP) 2015 Award Cycle.

Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Domestic Nuclear Detection Office, the NFUSP provides scholarships to qualified undergraduate students pursuing degrees in disciplines relevant to technical nuclear forensics including physics, chemistry, nuclear engineering, and material science. Scholars gain hands-on experience through summer research opportunities at the Department of Energy national laboratories, including close interaction with technical experts throughout the national nuclear forensics community. The NFUSP aims to build a viable student career path in nuclear forensics in order to cultivate the next generation of highly qualified scientists in this critically important field.

 For more information, consult the NFUSP website.

PAID Undergrad Research Internship with NOAA Scientists

PAID Northwest Fisheries Science Center Internship - Apply by Oct. 8

The Undergraduate Research Program (URP) is offering a new Paid Internship Opportunity for undergraduates to research with NOAA scientists at the Northwest Fisheries Science Center (NWFSC) starting autumn quarter. This internship opportunity is especially good for undergraduates in the sciences who might be interested in Fisheries and Marine Biology-related lab and field work research.

Interested applicants can find out more about the internship opportunity and the requirements to apply on our website here. Application deadline is Wednesday, October 8th.

Monday, October 6, 2014

Electrical Engineer Position with Alcoa

Title     *Electrical Engineer

Requisition Number 12771BR

Job Function     Engineering

Business Unit Group     Global Primary Products

Location     WA-Ferndale Job Status     Full-Time Relocation Eligible   Negotiable

Minimum Education Required    Bachelors

Minimum Years of Experience    3

Minimum Travel Required    0-25%

Position Description

The Electrical Engineer position performs under the general direction of the Maintenance and Engineering Manager and functions to support the facility in providing analytical and technical expertise in execution of expense and capital projects, electrical reliability improvements, electrical safety, and maintenance on high voltage and low voltage equipment and power distribution.

Human relations, excellent communication skills and confident decision making skills are very important to be effective and successful in this position. Incumbent must work with a wide variety of personnel at all levels inside and outside of the plant and will be responsible for the short and long-term maintenance strategies for the Power System reliability. This position functions as an in -house technical expert on a wide variety of electrical subjects requiring extensive problem solving capabilities that are aided through experience, while also being able to recognize safety, environmental, and reliability issues with the maintenance systems.

Application of experience and knowledge will be used to complete tasks including creation of and/or reviewing designs and associated drawings and documentation on capital and expense projects. The incumbent will sometimes work with and also act as a backup to the facility Power Engineer who is dedicated to the HV Power system.

This position is located in Ferndale, WA at our Intalco Works facility. It began operations in 1966 under the ownership of Alumax, Pechiney and Howmet. Today, Alcoa is the sole owner of the plant, which is operating at approximately two- thirds capacity and employs around 640 people.

Basic Qualifications     This position requires extensive knowledge in electrical engineering with a focus on power systems and associated controls
Experience with maintenance systems and principles
3+ years related work experience in a manufacturing environment Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering or Power Engineering Must have excellent communication skills, both oral and written Experience in troubleshooting and problem solving
Ability to read and correctly apply standards governing technical, safety and related issues, such as the NEC, the NESC, Alcoa Engineering Standards, etc., and also train personnel on or assist personnel in interpreting Alcoa Safety Standards (such as 32.60HV, 32.69HV and 32.70
Arc Flash)
Ability to interpret or quickly learn how to interpret electrical single line drawings and thereafter identify different components and their functions in the field
Understands the mathematics behind basic power systems

Please note that this position could be a Job Grade 15, 16 or 17 depending upon experience.

Preferred Qualifications     5+ years of experience in High Voltage (HV) Engineering/Operations with good technical knowledge and experience with transformers, rectifiers, and HV substation equipment
Good technical knowledge and experience with transformers, rectifiers, and CBs, HV substation equipment
Has an understanding of grounding, short circuit, arc flash, load flow, and relay coordination
Knows maintenance of equipment, can troubleshoot and problem solve Evaluates equipment condition, understands and interprets testing results, and performns reliability assessments. Determines capital needs for sustaining and improving power systems
Determines equipment capabilities
Single Point Accountable person on HV and LV capital projects. Responsible for reviewing designs and drawings, managing associated documentation and ABS practices (charts, etc.)
General working knowledge and training on oil analysis and interpreting infrared and other electrical test results
Recognizes safety, environmental and reliability issues with system Familiar with and capable of correctly applying standards governing technical, safety or other issues, such as the NEC, NFPA 70E, NESC

Good to excellent knowledge of electrical safety with respect to safe work practices, hazard recognization and assessment, training, etc.

Harry S. Truman Leadership Scholarship, Campus Deadline Nov 6, 2014

Harry S. Truman Leadership Scholarship
Campus Application Deadline: November 6, 2014
National Application Deadline: February 3, 2015

The Truman Scholarship provides up to $30,000 in funding to actively involved student leaders pursuing graduate degrees in public service fields.  Students must be college juniors at the time of selection.  The Foundation also provides assistance with career counseling, internship placement, graduate school admissions, and professional development. 

The Truman is open to all juniors and seniors who expect to receive a baccalaureate degree between December 2014 and August 2015 and who wish to pursue graduate school in preparation for work in government and public service. 

Applicants for the Truman Scholarship must meet the following:
·         Attend an accredited college or university.
·         Be a U.S. citizen or U.S. national.
·         Be in the upper quarter of their junior class.
·         A wish to influence public policies, and
·         Outstanding leadership potential.

Upcoming Information Sessions:
•             3:00 – 3:50 p.m., Monday, October 13, 2014, 173Q MGH Team Room
•             1:00 – 1:50 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2014, 173Q MGH

Campus Application Can be found at this link:

For more information, please see the Truman or Udall websites:

Or the Office of Merit Scholarships, Fellowships and Awards webpage: 

Engage: Communicating Science to the Public Effectively (CENV 500)

Communicating Science to the Public Effectively (CENV 500)
Winter 2015
3 credits (Credit/No Credit)
Meets Wednesdays 1:30-4:20 in Fish 203
This is a seminar, discussion-based course for graduate students in the sciences that focuses on effective techniques for sharing scientific research with non-specialists. At the end of the quarter, each student will present a 20 minute public talk on their graduate research to be delivered during the 2015 Engage: The Science Speaker Series at Town Hall Seattle.

In this course, students will:
- Develop and practice several analogies to distill their research
- Create a variety of concise research-promoting statements
- Practice story-telling and audience consideration
- Use improvisation as a public speaking tool
- Engage in weekly readings and discussions
- Hear from guest speakers on science communication

Space is limited to 15 students, and the course fills quickly, often with an extensive waiting list. Thus, we have an application process and an expectation agreement which must be completed for a student to be enrolled. The student application is available here<> and closes at 5pm on October 24th.

General information<> about Engage: The Science Speaker Series and Seminar

What others have written:
Science Students Learn to Tell Stories<> The Seattle Times
Crafting the Story Behind the Science<> A&S Perspectives Newsletter
Designing a Practical Science Communication Curriculum<> The Intersection at Discover Blogs
Engage Speaker Series: Where science meets storytelling<> UW Today

If you have any questions, please email Shelley Chestler,

NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program Information Sessions

·         Tuesday, October 7, 2014 from 10:00-11:00 a.m.  To register:
·         Wednesday, October 15, 2014 from 12:30-1:30 p.m.  To register:

In person
·         Thursday, October 9, 2014, 3:30-5:00 p.m., Smith 311
·         Friday, October 10, 2014; 10:30-12 noon.,  Oceanography Teaching Building (OTB), room 014
·         Tuesday, October 14, 2014; 12:30-2:00 p.m., Denny 206
NSF’s GRFP is one of the premier opportunities to fund your graduate study.  It provides 3 years of funding that you can use in a 5 year time frame.  This includes a $32,000 annual stipend and tuition.  For UW graduate students, GAIP health insurance is also covered.
While there may be an assumption this funding would be only for the “usual suspects” (e.g., life sciences, engineering, math, etc.), there are a surprising number of social science disciplines included in the eligibility list, including STEM education, Political Science, Public Policy, Communication, Anthropology, History, and Sociology.    We encourage students in all eligible fields to look into this fellowship.
Seniors who are planning to attend graduate school can apply now and take the funding with them to whatever school they attend.   First year graduate students (and sometimes second year students) can apply now.
The information session will cover the application process, strategies for successful applications and more details regarding how the fellowship operates.  Application deadlines range from October 29 – November 4, 2014.  Students should start their applications now.
Basic eligibility criteria:
  • research in an eligible NSF research area (includes several of the social sciences)
  • US citizens or permanent residents by the application deadline
  • students in their first year of graduate study or at the beginning of their second year of graduate study (with some limitations)
  • students who have not earned a previous graduate degree
  • graduating senior undergraduates who plan to apply to and begin graduate student by next fall
Full eligibility information is detailed in the program solicitation.
Questions?   Please contact the Graduate School Fellowships and Awards office at or 206.543-7152.

The UW Leaders Program

UW Leaders, an entity of the ASUW, is a leadership development program for undergraduates at the University of Washington. Open to first, second, and transfer third-year students, we strive to enrich students' husky experience by providing community, establishing relationships with experienced mentors and providing weekly workshops ranging from topics such as professional development, dealing with conflict, socially conscious leadership and diversity, and many others.

UW Leaders is a program for students from all backgrounds and areas of academic interest. We highly encourage you, or other students you interact with, to apply! The application deadline is Tuesday, October 21st at 11:59pm.

The application and additional information about the program can be found at

You can also receive updates about the program and other opportunities to get involved by following us on Facebook at
​Email if you have additional questions.