Vincennes University is partnering with a South Carolina company to offer students an online resource, connecting them with companies and job opportunities throughout Indiana. The university has launched the STEM Premier platform to all of its students.
STEM Premier allows students as young as 13 years-old to create digital profiles and search for scholarships, receive coaching and connect with colleges and companies, who can recruit students directly through the program. In the case of Vincennes University, STEM Premier President Donald Tylinski says the platform will "connect high school students with the university, Vincennes students with scholarship and internship opportunities, and graduating students with potential employers."
"Vincennes University has been connecting our students and corporate employer partners for years," says David Tucker, vice president for work force development and community services for Vincennes. "STEM Premier will provide the whole spectrum of our students – high school dual credit, early college, traditional, work and learn, and adult learners – with greater access to opportunities with Indiana businesses."
You can learn more about STEM Premier by clicking here.