Since midshipmen designated as Bowman Scholars will already have been accepted into the nuclear power training pipeline, they can expect to receive the following benefits. Each Bowman Scholar will:
- be awarded, as a second-class midshipman, any nuclear power training accession incentive monetary bonus associated with the Scholar’s acceptance into the nuclear power training pipeline.
- participate in a tailored research internship program during one of the summer training blocks of the Scholar’s midshipman first-class summer.
- be eligible to receive some level of financial support from the Bowman Scholar Program to support the travel costs and other monetary obligations associated with the afore-mentioned summer internship (if the internship is unfunded by the sponsor).
- be eligible to receive some level of financial support from the Bowman Scholar Program to purchase requisite supplies and equipment and to underwrite any travel requirements associated with the research-based project undertaken by the Scholar during first-class year.
- have enhanced postgraduate education opportunities through technical master's degree programs at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) that are specific to the Bowman Scholar Program.
- after graduation from the accelerated one-year master's degree program at NPS, earn an "I-Code" subspecialty. The obligated service is 5 years upon completion of the one-year master's degree at NPS, concurrent to other service obligations.