| "Dear Students, Parents, Faculty, Staff, and Others,
Are you, or is someone you know, a high school or college student with a disability that is interested in meeting new people, gaining real life work experience, or impacting the lives of others? The Midwest Alliance, a federal grant project that offers supportive programs designed to guide students with disabilities toward postsecondary education and careers in STEM (science/social science, technology, engineering, and mathematics), is currently accepting applications for mentors, mentees, and interns during the Spring Semester 2011.
Benefits of participation include stipends, support, guidance, and opportunities for students looking to pursue STEM-related postsecondary education and careers. Opportunities include paid internships in research labs or industry settings, mentorships and mentee-ships, educational and career related resources, and so much more.
Current recruitment for the Spring Semester is open until February 15th, 2011. To apply for the program, click here to access the application http://goo.gl/P768Y. To find out more about all the opportunities The Midwest Alliance has to offer, visit the website at http://stemmidwest.org/default.asp?contentID=473.
The Midwest Alliance team"