The Monster Jobs Scholarship Program is an initiative that offers financial aid to students interested in pursuing careers in the tech industry.
The program has received more than $1.5 million in grant money since it was launched in 2016.
The scholarship will award up to $2,000 for college tuition, $1,500 for a private or public university education and $1 for living expenses.
“We have a lot of folks who are looking for a college degree, a business degree, or a career,” said Mark Schulze, president of the Monster Jobs Foundation, a nonprofit that manages the fund.
“They’re looking for financial aid.”
The Monster jobs fund has received nearly $2 million in grants since it began in 2016, according to the foundation.
That figure does not include the funding for scholarships.
“This program is really about the students,” Schulz said.
“It’s a way for students to put money toward college tuition and living expenses, which are not cheap for students who are starting their careers.”
A Monster Jobs fund manager in San Francisco said the funds will be used to pay for college, medical bills and other expenses for students.
He declined to give details of the students who have applied for the Monster jobs scholarship.
The fund manager, who requested anonymity because the scholarship is still in its early stages, said the fund’s goal is to help students get jobs in tech.
“There are more opportunities than there are people available in the United States right now,” he said.
Many students are working as freelancers or contractors.
The foundation hopes to match up to 30 percent of the grant money to students.
Schulzes brother, Matt, a co-founder of the technology start-up software company Zynga, is also a Monster job candidate.
Matt Schulzenes brother, who was not identified, said he has been applying for the program since he was in high school.
He said he will apply for the scholarship, even though it doesn’t come with the promise of a job offer.
“I really hope I get the opportunity to go and work for a company that’s in Silicon Valley,” Matt Schulez said in an interview with the San Francisco Chronicle.
He added that he and his sister, who is working at an online game studio, will make a “good living.”
But if he doesn’t, they will work on their own, Matt Schuluze said.
The Schulzerzes are hoping to use the money to pay the costs of tuition and to help cover living expenses for their daughter.
Schuluzes sister said that they want to go back to school and get her a Bachelor of Science in computer science, something she will need to get her degree.
“If I don’t go back, I think I’ll just have to move out of my parents’ house,” Matt said.
Matt and his family are among the more than 40 million Americans who received a Monster Job grant.
In the past five years, nearly 6 million people have been awarded Monster Jobs scholarships.
That total includes roughly 6,500 students who received $5,000 each in grants.
In total, about 7.3 million Americans have received a job-ready degree, according the U.S. Department of Education.
In 2016, about 1.3 percent of people with a Bachelor’s degree or higher in STEM fields in the U to have an additional job.
The number of jobs in the STEM field rose from 6.7 million in 2000 to 7.7 billion in 2016 and is expected to grow to 10.6 billion by 2021, according U.C. San Diego.
The average STEM graduate will earn $67,500 after four years of work, according a recent study by the Pew Research Center.
“When you look at the jobs that people are seeking in STEM, it’s not a pretty picture,” said Scott Lissner, associate director of the Center for Workforce Innovation at the Brookings Institution, a Washington, D.C., think tank.
“So it’s really critical that we are working on the STEM problem,” Lissners research shows.
“As we look ahead to the 21st century, it is going to be a lot harder to find people in STEM.”
But Lissors research shows that employers are willing to hire graduates with STEM credentials, including tech and marketing workers.
In a 2017 survey, Pew Research found that nearly 4 in 5 employers said they hire graduates in the fields of computer science and math.
Another study from the Brookings Institute found that about 4 in 10 job openings in the field of computer programming and math are for tech workers.
The Brookings study also found that roughly 4 in five job openings are for people who have a Bachelor degree or less.
“The data shows that there are significant gaps between the STEM workforce and the non-STEM workforce,” said Jennifer Bailer, a professor at Carnegie Mellon University who specializes in STEM education.
“In the tech sector,