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SAME HQ Visits Armed Forces Retirement Home

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For its year-end staff gathering, SAME HQ joined retired veterans at the Armed Forces Retirement Home in Washington, D.C., for some good holiday cheer, competitive BINGO, and a reminder of the incredible service these men and women have given to their country. Among those living at the home are veterans from the Vietnam and KoreanRead More »

SAME Posts Pay it Forward

Pensacola Post designed the Wounded Warrior logo as part of the "Canstruction" charity.

SAME Posts and members around the country are supporting the SAME focus areas—whether it’s participating in fundraisers for wounded warriors, providing scholarships to future engineers, inspiring the next generation of America’s best and brightest to pursue STEM careers, or helping transitioning servicemen and women find employment when they leave the military. To see all theRead More »

Young Members Attend Emerging Leaders Alliance Conference

SAME Young Members at the 2014 Emerging Leaders Alliance Conference

A group of 12 Young Members from across the SAME community were selected to attend the 7th Annual Emerging Leaders Alliance Conference, Nov. 10-12 in Reston, Va. Supporting the professional and personal growth of its members, especially Young Members through Leadership and Mentoring opportunities, is one of SAME’s Goals in its Strategic Plan. The EmergingRead More »

Posts Support SAME Mission

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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 »