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DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 1 JUNE 15

The Janice Suggs Educational Scholarship Program provides merit-based scholarship grants to qualified students who are pursuing degrees or advanced training in science, technology, engineering and math related fields of study.  The scholarship recognizes meritorious college bound students and encourages the development of our next generation of science and technology leaders and innovators.

 

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The North Carolina Chapter of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA) is pleased to announce our STEM Teaching Tool Grant Program for 2015.  The purpose of our STEM Teaching Tool Grant Program is to enable teachers to purchase lab supplies, hardware, software,  projectors, other equipment, sponsor robotics teams, etc.

The goal is to enable teachers to implement a new project or capability to more effectively encourage the development of students in the science and technology disciplines.   Over the past 7 years, our chapter has awarded over $155,000 in Science Teaching Grants to schools in the local Fayetteville / Raleigh-Durham area of North Carolina.   We are now preparing to award several $1,000 grants in August 2015.

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