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STEM Opportunity starting in January

posted Nov 2, 2016, 10:49 AM by Eli Glass

Good Afternoon, BAE Systems’ will be accepting applications from students interested in the FOCUS (Fostering Opportunities and Careers Utilizing STEM) program which begins a new session on January 11, 2017.  A detailed schedule is below: 

 

Week 1          Orientation/ Presentation Skills/Mechanical Engineering          January 11

Week 2          Project Management                                                     January 18

Week 3          Software Engineering                                                    January 25

Week 4          Electrical Engineering                                                    February 1

Week 5          Team Project Overview / Proposal                                   February 6* (Monday)

Week 6          Project work                                                                February 8

Week 7          Critical Design Review (CDR)                                          February 15

Week 8          Project work                                                                February 22

NO CLASS      SPRING VACATION                                                       March 1

Week 9          Project work                                                                March 8

Week 10        Project work                                                                March 15

Week 11        Preliminary Competition                                                 March 22

Week 12        Final Competition & Presentations                                   March 29 

 

Classes take place on Wednesday evenings from 6-8 p.m. (*unless otherwise noted in the schedule above) at BAE Systems location at 141 Canal street, Nashua NH.

 

Applications and more information on the FOCUS program can be found at www.baesystems.com/focus. Applications are due by December 16. Students will be notified by December 30 whether or not they have been accepted to the program.

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