School of Engineering and Computing Sciences News
Jun 24 2014
NYIT Students Invited to "Stay With It" and Enter to Win a New Laptop
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Intel's new "Stay With It" resources for college students include educational events, resources, discussions/Q&A's with industry leaders, and contests. To celebrate its brand new design and website, anyone who signs up for a profile on staywithit.org is eligible to win one of 5 ASUS Transformer books powered by an Intel® Atom™ processor (U.S. only). Check out the new site: www.staywithit.org. The deadline to enter is June 27, 2014. Click here to sign up and learn more.

NYIT has previously supported the Stay With It initiative by inviting students to join a social media campaign and national prep rally dedicated to encouraging students stick with their engineering programs. Last year, two NYIT students won Intel-powered laptops.

The Stay With It initiative is a nation-wide effort lead by the Intel Corporation to address high attrition rates in U.S. engineering programs. Stay With It began in response to President Obama's  Council on Jobs and Competitiveness in 2012, and works to create a community of engineering students, teachers, and industry professionals who are willing to share their stories and inspire others to continue the path toward an engineering degree in spite of (and because of!) any obstacles and difficulty they might experience along the way.

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