Pathways for Future Engineers
Pathways for Future Engineers is a multi-year Virginia Tech College of Engineering program designed to support first generation students and their families on the pathway from high school to an engineering degree. The program includes pre-college activities (while students are still in high school) as well as additional support as students pursue their undergraduate degree.
Pathways for Future Engineers includes a number of initiatives to support high school students on the pathway to college, including summer engineering programs, college application support, campus visits, and opportunities to build community with current and future Hokies. Read more about Pre-College Support in the Pathways program.
Pathways for Future Engineers also provides support after students are admitted to the Virginia Tech College of Engineering. In-college support includes:
4. Scholarship for Internship or Experiential Learning
Students in a Virginia high school who will be the first in their families to attend college (i.e., neither parent has received a bachelor's degree in any field) are eligible for the Pathways for Future Engineers program. Students who will be entering 10th, 11th, or 12th grade in Fall 2020 are encouraged to apply.
Applications are now open and can be found here. Deadline to apply is May 1, 2021.
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Director, Pathways for Future Engineers