Washington state computer science students urge applications for unique STEM scholarship by Feb. 29

Katy McClintic, a senior at Western Washington University, is set to receive her degree this June in computer science, with a minor in mathematics. And she’s already accepted a job offer to start as a program manager at Microsoft. She’s thrilled at how far she’s come, but it wasn’t always easy.

“Getting a computer science degree is time-intensive and stressful at times,” she says.