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INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY: DOE’s Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships Program
The Department of Energy’s (DOE) Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships (SULI) Program is now accepting applications for the 2018 Fall Term. Applications are due May 30, 2018 at 5:00 PM ET.
The SULI program encourages undergraduate students to pursue science, technology, engineering, and mathematics careers by providing research experiences at one of the 17 participating DOE laboratories/facilities located all over the United States.
Click here https://science.energy.gov/wdts/suli/ to learn more about the opportunity

Mission Statement

Our mission is to diversify the practitioners of science by providing programs to encourage under-represented minority students in middle school, high school, and college, to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math. In addition, we mentor and nurture young technical professionals to help them develop the skill to innovate solutions for today’s technical problems.

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Our Student Activities

Click on this link to see NTA’s Student Activities page, there are games, college information and academic information.

What is Coding?

Coding is using different computer languages and scripts to develop applications, websites,  software, and blogs. Coding is what controls the computer so that it may complete tasks.

Big Data Needs

The computer has made gathering large amounts of data fairly easy. What techniques are available and what skills are needed to participate in the fast-pace field. This article details the capabilities and needs of Big Data

The President's Message

Reflecting on the first year of my term as NTA President, I came on board embracing the mantle of leadership to guide this organization, and quickly found the voyage to be exhilarating, enlightening, and at times challenging. In the first few weeks of my administration, we navigated through a stretch of turbulent waters and I learned firsthand what I may have not appreciated before taking the helm – that NTA is blessed with a dedicated, hard-working board and officers, and with equally dedicated and committed members who do yeomen’s work to allow the NTA to keep on keeping on.