FCC Launches Honors Engineering Program

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has announced the launch of a new Honors Engineering Program, intended to introduce current and recent engineering school graduates to the wide world of communications technology.

According to a press release issued by the Commission on April 2, the one-year development program will give selected candidates an opportunity to work with FCC personnel on cutting-edge issues in the communications and high-tech arenas, including 5G communications technology, the national deployment of broadband services, and communications technologies intended to improve access to those with disabilities. Other areas of potential focus include communications technologies critical to public safety, homeland security, healthcare, energy, education and transportation.

The FCC says that those selected to participate in the Honors Engineering Program will be eligible for continued employment at the agency.

Click here for more information about the FCC’s Honors Engineering Program and instructions on how to apply.

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