Army Corps of Engineers backs STEM for veterans

08/21/2013 | Military Times

Service-injured veterans will get the chance to intern with the Army Corps of Engineers in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math as part of an overall push at the Corps to get more veterans and children of service members into STEM fields. "There are many opportunities in the STEM arena ... not only for college graduates -- we need a million more by 2020 -- but in other STEM-related fields, where an associate's degree, or even a focus on it at some level of technical proficiency" would be enough, says Lt. Gen. Thomas Bostick, commander of the Corps.

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