After serving two deployments in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom as a machinery repairman onboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt aircraft carrier, Andrew Moore’s service to his country is complete.
Now, there’s a program that’s serving him and his family with the same commitment as he studies at Tennessee Tech University to be a mechanical engineer.
He’s taking advantage of the America’s Veterans to Tennessee Engineers Science, Technology, Engineering and Math initiative for military members just completing their service but still on active duty who want to be nuclear, chemical, mechanical, electrical or civil engineers.
Some Tennessee Tech participants may directly enter their four-year program depending on their qualifications. Tennessee Tech also has the flexibility to accept students from the Roane State STEM curriculum at several points in their academic progress.
For more information, visit http://www.y12.doe.gov/jobs/stem/ or contact TTU’s College of Engineering at 931-372-3172.