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SPAWAR seminar

Are you pursuing an education at a university or community college in math, engineering, natural science, or computer science? Are you close to graduation?

Are you in high school and considering a college major in science or engineering? What will you do when you graduate?

Have you considered a career with the federal government?

Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center San Diego (SSC San Diego) will present a free seminar explaining the civilian job programs available to college/high school students in science and engineering – and how you can apply!

Please join us June 25, 3:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the Point Loma Public Library Community Room.

Learn about:

* Civilian careers for new college graduates at SSC San Diego

* Part time jobs for local college students.

* Internships through the Office of Naval Research available for high school students to explore scientific work.

Meet young people employed at SSC San Diego who will tell about the interesting work they are doing.

The Point Loma Public Library is located at 2130 Poinsettia Ave. and faces Voltaire Street. It is close to Point Loma High School. Telephone 619 531-1539. The Community Room has a limited seating capacity of 100 people, so please call JoAnne Newton at 619 553-2727 (leave a message) or as early as possible to reserve your space!

SSC San Diego is a Navy laboratory for science, engineering, and computer science. Headquartered on Point Loma, near the Cabrillo Monument, the approximately 3,700 civilians and 100 military employees are located at several locations in San Diego; and in Hawaii, Guam, and Japan. This promises to be an informative and helpful event for the young people in our community who are considering their career options.

Published in STEM Activities