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US Navy Information Session

Wednesday, February 4, 2015, 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm
ROTC Building

***ALL ENGINEERING STUDENTS***

Naval Nuclear Power Programs:
LT Sarah Mustin, a nuclear trained officer in the U.S. Navy, will provide a detailed brief on the NUPOC program as well as share her experiences as a female leader in the Navy, and the triumphs and struggles she has faced along the way.  The brief will include information concerning the available positions: Naval Reactors Engineer, Nuclear Power School Instructor, Submarine & Surface Nuclear Propulsion Officer.  Eligible college students can earn up to $4,000 a month or more for up to 2 years prior to graduation (no drilling required!) in the Collegiate program along with $15,000 Sign-on Bonus(for submarine and surface nuclear officer positions).

Naval Civil Engineer Corps:
"If you would like to know about the immediate job opportunities for engineering and architecture students and graduates, Civil Engineer Corps Officer Lieutenant Amy Hall will be discussing the different types of jobs, locations, and the benefits of the Navy's Civil Engineer Corps.  Eligible college students can earn up to $2,500 a month or more for up to 2 years prior to graduation (no drilling required!) in the Collegiate program.  CEC Officers can expect to get a range of experience; from construction management to base operations to working with the SEABEEs.  The CEC  also offers a graduate program for you to go back to school to get a higher degree, and supports all officers in getting professionally licensed."