The IEF Pathways to Success program is designed to give minority undergraduates, particularly first-generation college students, the network needed to thrive academically and professionally in Electrical and Computer Engineering. Pathways will guide students throughout their college career by providing academic mentorship, a variety of educational workshops, and a summer internship.
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All program participants will receive additional education and soft skills training from subject matter experts for leadership opportunities and job readiness.
Facilitated Transition from 2-Year to 4-Year Engineering Studies
The Inclusive Engineering Consortium (IEC) aims to inspire and support the future leaders in electrical and computer engineering graduating from historically minority-serving institutions. The 2to4 Scholarship serves to help students make a seamless transition from 2-year college programs to graduating with a bachelor’s degree and beyond. Eligible students may be awarded up to $10,000 in tuition, plus stipend support. Learn more about the scholarship and how to apply