NUPOC - Nuclear Propulsion Officer Candidate Program United States Navy - Optional Seminar

Event Date: February 3, 2021
Speaker: LT Working and LT Brewer
Time: 3:30 pm
Priority: No
School or Program: Nuclear Engineering
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The Navy Nuclear Propulsion Program is a critical asset to our national security and maritime dominance. There are many programs available to undergraduate and graduate students that provide a range of unbeatable benefits. These benefits include up to 30 months of full tuition coverage on top of being paid a salary, free health care, active duty military benefits, a guaranteed job after college and much more. If you qualify for our program you can become a Nuclear Trained Officer on a nuclear-powered submarine or aircraft carrier where you will learn to lead highly qualified Sailors while applying your technical knowledge in a challenging and hands on engineering role. You can play a supporting role as an instructor of the Navy's Nuclear Power School or get a hands-on experience as an instructor and operator of a live nuclear reactor at the Navy's Nuclear Prototype School. Finally, you can put your engineering skills to the test on a research, development and design capacity as a Naval Reactors Engineer to further our mission of operating safe, efficient and powerful nuclear reactors.


LT Sergei Working enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps in 2006 and was assigned to the Office of the Staff Judge Advocate for Marine Forces Reserve in New Orleans, LA. He served there as a Military Justice NCO and a court reporter for the remainder of his active duty obligation. He is currently serving as a Training Officer, Nuclear Propulsion Program Recruiter and Legal Officer.
LT. Abrian Brewer completed Navy Nuclear Training in 2017. During his time on various submarines among his duties he was the Chemical and Radiological Controls Assistant on the USS Buffalo. His current job is a Nuclear Programs Officer in Millington, TN.


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