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SAME Posts are always giving back, whether promoting professional development, supporting STEM and wounded warriors, mentoring aspiring engineers, or volunteering in community activities, among other outreach. They are the soldiers on the ground—promoting the SAME mission through action. SAN ANTONIO POST SUPPORTS WOUNDED WARRIOR INITIATIVE Recently the SAME San Antonio Post participated in the 2014Read More »

Seattle Post to “Light the Fire”

Seattle-area educators at the "Light the Fire" kickoff meeting in June.

Up in the Pacific Northwest, representatives from professional societies, educators from area high schools and middle schools, and members of the engineering and scientific communities recently met to kick off a new project—”Light the Fire”—designed to excite students in grades K-12 about studying science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) subjects and pursuing associated careers. ProminentRead More »

Congratulations USAFA Class of ’14 Civil Engineering Graduates

Brig. Gen. Vince Saroni with USAFA Class of '14 Civil Engineering graduates.

The SAME Pikes Peak Post and Denver Metro Post, in conjunction with the U.S. Air Force Academy’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, sponsored the 10th Annual SAME Engineer Dinner on April 11, 2014. There were 25 cadets entering Air Force Civil Engineering honored at the event, which was attended by more than 120 cadets, active duty AirmenRead More »

GKC Post Builds a “STEM Ladder”

GKC Post STEM

The SAME Greater Kansas City (GKC) Post has been hard at work supporting Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) initiatives for students of all ages. Often referred to as the “STEM Ladder,” the approach GKC has taken strategically supports programs targeted at increasing student exposure to STEM programs in middle and high school and providingRead More »

Denver Post Supports STEM

Denver Post STEM program

The SAME Denver Metro Post recently completed its sixth year sponsoring Engineering Explorer Post 827. The year’s final outreach meeting introduced 19 young women and men to engineering in outer space, as they had the chance to spend two hours discussing careers in aerospace and astronautics with an astronaut at the Lockheed Martin Waterton CanyonRead More »