Feeling helpful today? Got a student who likes computer science and engineering? The Government Information Technology Executive Council (GITEC), a council of senior-level government executives wants to give away money. They’re calling for nominations for their annual scholarship program, which recognizes high school seniors interested in pursuing a college degree in an IT discipline such as computer science, computer engineering, or information assurance. The goal is to increase the availability of well-trained IT professionals to meet the needs of an increasingly technological society. Coming up: GITEC Board of Directors will award the scholarships at its annual GITEC Summit in Orlando, Fla., March 6-9, 2011. Watch out! Nominations are due December 15, so hurry up and click here to get started.
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