NASA wants to recruit more minority students for aerospace manufacturing jobs

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The nation’s minority-serving and tribal colleges and universities house a lot of science and technology talent. For more than a decade, NASA has been funding specialized course work at these institutions. The agency wants students to consider joining NASA’s advanced aerospace manufacturing programs. Now there’s a new round of funding. With more on the program, the manager of NASA’s Minority University Research and Education Project, Torry Johnson, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

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