|Scholarships: Civilian: STEM Program (Non-Military Service)|
Civilian Master's Degree Scholarship SFS-STEM Option
** How to Apply for the SFS-STEM Program **
1. Review the SFS-STEM Application Timelines. The application deadline is: April 1, 2014.
2. Read the SFS-STEM Program Description and review the Qualifications.
3. Review the SFS Handbook to understand your obligations pertaining to the program.
4. Follow the instructions on "Application Instructions for Scholarship for Service STEM and MONARCH Programs"
SFS-STEM Application Timelines
|Timeline||Application Season Opens||Application Deadline||Student Notifications||Visitor's Day||Acceptance Deadline||Arrival Date (Report In)||Classes Start|
|CLOSED||Jul 15, 2013||Jul 19, 2013||N/A||Jul 24, 2013||Sep 23, 2013||Sep 30, 2013|
|CLOSED||Apr 1, 2014||Apr 19, 2014||N/A||Apr 26, 2014||Sep 22, 2014||Sep 29, 2014|
SFS-STEM Program Description SFS - Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (SFS-STEM)
Enhance one's current knowledge and flourish in an environment that excels in the Information Assurance field. Be on the cutting edge of technology and tools to secure our Nation's Infrastructure. Reach your full potential!
The U.S. Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) in Monterey is proud to offer an exceptional program that enables civilians to obtain a full scholarship for a Master's Degree, receive a
salary while in school, and begin a civilian career with an unlimited future. The "Scholarship for Service" program DOES NOT entail enrollment in the Military.
Our students receive their Master's Degree and move on to CIVILIAN government jobs in such organizations as the CIA, FBI, NSA, and others.
NPS's Center for Information Security Studies and Research (CISR) is one of the world's foremost centers for information security education and research and has been designated as a National Center of Excellence for Information Assurance.
Students selected for this program will receive a full 2-year tuition (i.e. six to nine academic quarters) to the NPS Computer Science Program, a yearly stipend while in school, and placement in a summer internship program. After completion of the program, students will seek full-time, paid positions with the Federal Government where they will work for a minimum of two full years. This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 0414102.
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|Web Pages:||SFS Student FAQ||SFS Courses|
|Downloads:||SFS Student Handbook||SFS Student Brochure||SFS Student Toolkit|
|Hiring:||SFS Hiring Program||SFS Hiring Agency Brochure||SFS Hiring Agency Toolkit|
For more information contact:
Attn: Special Projects Coordinator
Naval Postgraduate School
1411 Cunningham Road
Dept CS, Bldg 305, GE-210
Monterey, CA, 93943-5285
Phone: (831) 656-7890
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