2018 Scholarship & Grants Awards Banquet

The Scott – St. Louis Chapter
of the
Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association

Proudly invites you to our Annual Scholarships and Grants Awards Banquet where we will honor exceptional local area high school and college students pursuing degrees in the fields of STEM!

Last year the chapter awarded $45,000 in scholarships to 13 outstanding recipients. The banquet is on Thursday, 17 May 2018 at Bellecourt.  The doors will open at 1800 and the banquet will begin at 1830. The cost is $20. We will be giving away approximately $50,000 to local area scholarship and STEM grant recipients.  Our guest speaker will be one of last year’s winners, Ms. Taylor Mateyka.  Taylor is a current engineering major at the University of Wisconsin. Click here for her Bio

 

Date/Time: Thursday, 17 May 2017, 1800-2000

Register!  

NCSAM Flyer Oct 17

2017 National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM)

The National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) occurs annually during October.  It’s a national initiative to promote cyber security awareness among the entire population not just cyber professionals.  This year’s NCSAM committee has put together a series of events to reach out to all segments of the community to include schools, colleges, and Scott AFB personnel (see attached flyer).

The Cyber Banquet on Thu, 26 Oct, highlights the month long series of events with General Darren McDew, USTRANSCOM/CC, as the guest speaker.

Please RSVP NLT 16 Oct,
https://einvitations.afit.edu/inv/index.cfm?i=364532&k=0167460C7855

2017 Scholarship & Grants Awards Banquet

The Scott – St. Louis Chapter
of the
Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association

Proudly invites you to our Annual Scholarships and Grants Awards Banquet where we will honor exceptional local area high school and college students pursuing degrees in the fields of STEM!

Last year the chapter awarded $40,000 in scholarships to 13 outstanding recipients – one being our evening’s keynote speaker, Ms. Olivia Martin. Ms. Martin is a student at Washington University in St. Louis majoring in the challenging field of Biomedical Engineering. She will provide insight to her fellow scholarship winners on lessons learned during her transition from high school to college and how the AFCEA Scholarship has helped her to continue pursuing her academic and professional goals. Please join us in this special opportunity to recognize and congratulate these future STEM leaders for their achievements!

 

Date/Time: Thursday, 18 May 2017, 1800-2000

Register Here

(Registration closes at 0800L on 16 May)