Career Development
25 Apr 2017
Skyline, 4th Floor Howe Center

US Navy Information Session

 

NEW! Information on the Supply Corps, Public Affairs and Human Resources Officer roles as part of the US Navy!

 

Learn about the following programs:


Nuclear Propulsion Officer Candidate: Nuclear Engineering Officer
Launch your career before you even finish school. By entering the Nuclear Propulsion Officer Candidate program , you as a student could earn from $4500-$5000 per month, up to 30 months (conditions apply). In addition, you may be eligible for a $15000 selection bonus and a $2000 completion bonus. This money can be used for anything you want and you will have a prestigious nuclear engineering job waiting for you after graduation. This is a jump start toward a rewarding career that most students will never receive.

There are five career paths as a Nuclear Officer: Surface Warfare Officer, Submarine Officer, Naval Reactor Engineer, Nuclear Power Training Officer and Nuclear Power School Instructor.

Moving Ships, Submarines, and Science Forward
The Navy’s Nuclear Officer will operate and maintain the most formidable fleet of nuclear –powered submarines and aircraft carriers on the planet. They pursue the highest degree of intellectual challenges in the nuclear field. They apply nuclear energy and fundamentals of engineering in ways that not only help to defend our national security, but also serve to better our world. The women and men of the Navy’s Nuclear Propulsion program are among the best and brightest in America’s Navy and the world. Whether helping design the next generation of small scale reactors, keeping the power plant safely operational or training young sailors with an intense highly classified curriculum. A Naval Nuclear Officer assumes the kind of responsibilities and leadership roles that even their most talented peers wait years to achieve in the civilian world.

 

 

Naval Intelligence Officer: Cyber Warfare Engineer
As an Intelligence Officer, you will take on a wide variety of assignments, each one essential in its related mission or objective. This role may include:
•Leading the planning, development, testing and deployment of information systems crucial to the intelligence process
•Monitoring and analyzing maritime activities that pose a threat to national security, such as drug smuggling, illegal immigration, arms transfers, environmental mishaps and violations of UN sanctions
•Delivering near-real-time operational intelligence assessment to high-level decision makers
•Planning intelligence operations and managing intelligence programs
•Enabling the collection of human intelligence
•Leading teams of Enlisted experts who identify enemy targets for US or coalition forces

Complex computer networks. The tactical systems they control. The vital infrastructures they support. All are under siege by enemies seeking to steal information or sabotage capabilities. Cyber Warfare Engineering (CWE) Officers are the highly technical computer scientists and computer engineers who:
•Provide defense against attacks and deliver tactical advantages.
•Develop tools and techniques in the information environment that ensure situational awareness.
•Serve as a key part of the Information Dominance Corps in its mission to gain a deep understanding of the inner workings of adversaries and developing unmatched knowledge of the battle space during wartime.

Civil Engineering Collegiate Program (CECP): Civil Engineering Corps
If you are interested in pursuing important civil engineering projects around the world right out of school, look into the Civil Engineer Collegiate Program. It offers up to $113,100 while finishing your degree, providing a regular monthly income ranging from $2,575 to $4,700 for up to two years prior to your graduation. That includes a generous military salary, a food allowance, plus a housing allowance that is based upon the location of the school you attend. You’ll also enjoy comprehensive military health-care benefits – with no uniforms, no drilling requirements and no service obligation until you graduate.
From there, you’ll begin the process of being commissioned as a Navy Civil Engineer Corps Officer and take on unrivaled professional responsibilities.

As a Navy Civil Engineer, you may work at Navy bases or ports of call around the globe. You may be deployed to help develop or rebuild areas affected by natural disasters. Your day-to-day work may be indoors, outdoors, in a shop environment or in office surroundings.

Every year huge investments are made on construction projects that support the Navy’s high-tech Fleet of ships, aircraft, equipment and personnel. At the center of these projects are a talented group of engineers who help to ensure that each initiative is conceived, planned and completed on time, in budget and according to specification. Here, you can receive unrivaled hands-on experience and advanced training in civil engineering areas including architecture, construction engineering, environmental engineering, water resources engineering, geotechnical engineering, hydraulic engineering, land surveying, structural engineering, transportation engineering and community planning. You’ll quickly find yourself in charge of vital Navy projects, where you may:
•Oversee construction of everything from runways to docks to buildings of all kinds
•Supervise and manage utilities and other critical services
•Manage a variety of skilled construction workers (Seabees)
•Arrange budgets and schedules
•Approve completed work

 

Navy Pilot And Naval Flight Officer

Navy Pilots and Naval Flight Officers (NFOs) are important components in an exclusive, world-class group of Officers. This job will require you to perform at the best of your ability at all times. Making use of your advanced training and unparalleled knowledge to provide the utmost safety and security in the world’s skies.

As a Pilot, you may:

•Take part in antisubmarine warfare and mine countermeasures, as well as search and rescue operations and vertical replenishment missions

•Receive specialized training on the advanced tactical systems found on Navy aircraft

•Conduct enemy surveillance by collecting photographic intelligence

As an NFO, you may:

•Study aerodynamics, aircraft engine systems, meteorology, navigation, flight planning and flight safety

•Train and specialize in EA-6B Prowler electronic countermeasures aircraft, F/A-18 Hornet and Super Hornet jet fighters, E-2C Hawkeye early warning and control aircraft, and the new P-8A Poseidon antisub-marine aircraft

•Electronically detect and track ships, submarines, aircraft and missiles

Search for underwater threats. Deliver payloads of incredible firepower or necessary manpower. Execute strategic aerial maneuvers anywhere from the stratosphere to just hundreds of feet above the sea. This is just a glimpse of your career as a Naval Aviator. You also may find yourself:

•Flying some of the most innovative and high-tech aircraft in the world

•Providing vital attack, defense and logistic support to the Fleet

•Controlling and maintaining all internal and external aircraft systems

 

Recruiting For: Collegiate Programs & Full-time

Majors Targeted: All Majors (Business, Civil, Naval, & Cybersecurity have specific programs)

 

Open to Stevens Undergraduate Students Only.

Business Casual Attire Required.

Bring your Stevens ID and copies of your resume.

For more information, contact Kristen DeGraff, [email protected]

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