Although many working adults are aware of the benefits of higher education, not all of them are able to find the financial resources or time for a full-time degree program. As a result, some companies are beginning to help prospective talent obtain the campus-based or online degree that can help them transition into the industry.

For instance, Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) recently opened the application process for a new scholarship, which is intended to help budding information technology (IT) professionals earn a degree.

The $10,000 package will be awarded to a student who can demonstrate academic success despite financial hardship, as applicants are required to have a GPA of 3.0 or higher. In addition to this funding, each winner will receive the opportunity to work as an intern at CSC.

Marcel Labelle, vice president of CSC’s chemical, energy and natural resources group, said that this aspect of the scholarship package is intended to give winners “valuable hands-on experience and foster the growth of top talent in the community.”ADNFCR-3789-ID-19936997-ADNFCR

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