On Wednesday, Feb. 23, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the ASU STARR Noyce Scholarship Program, a National Science Foundation funded scholarship for science professionals and students who want to become middle or high school science teachers at "high-need" schools, will be represented along with TGen, Kelly Scientific, Kaplan Test Prep, ASU Biological Design Graduate Program, University of Medicine; Health Sciences-St. Kitts, Keck Graduate Institute, Arizona Interns In Action, and others will host the career and internship fair. The event will take place at ASU, Life Sciences C Wing, 427 E. Tyler Mall in Tempe. Contact Suzanne Cassano at Suzanne.cassano@asu.edu or (480) 965-2561.

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