The Engineering & Construction Camps committee develops strong partnerships with Posts in order to encourage participation in the annual SAME Engineering & Construction Camps. Camp participants discover the endless possibilities and benefits of service academy enrollment, with the goal of strengthening the nation's infrastructure by pursuing careers in, and related to, military engineering/public service. By increasing Sustaining Member participation, the committee and the Posts will continue to enhance the educational value of the camps and bring more participants.

This supports one of the key strategic objectives of SAME: to mentor future engineers.

Join Committee

If you are interested in joining the Engineering & Construction Camps Committee, please go to www.same.org and click on MEMBER LOGIN.  Log in with your username (which is most likely your email address) and your password (which is your ID number, unless you personalized it).  Once you log in, you will see a Member Account link on the left toolbar.  That will take you to your Member Dashboard.  Click on the link to update your information.  There is a section on the update form called My Committees.
You can join or remove yourself from any of our National Committees.

Committee Chair

gerald morris

Gerald Morris, CSI, CDT, 
(850) 463-7062


Organization Structure

Camp Registrar: Erin Ingersoll

Vice Chair & Air Force Academy Camp Director: Scott Prosuch

Army Camp Director: Henry Dulaney

Marine Camp Director: Joseph Angell

Young Member Liason: Elizabeth Meyer

Stay Engaged

  • US Army Camp - Vicksburg Post 6/12/16-6/18/16
  • US Marine Corps Camp - 6/19/16-6/25/16
  • US Air Force Academy Camp - 7/7/16 -7/13/16
  • Atlanta Post Camp - 6/5/16-6/10/16


Each year SAME sponsors four Engineering & Construction Camps for high school students to provide them with first-hand experience in engineering and construction. The U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, U.S. Navy Seabees in Port Hueneme, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Research & Development Center in Vicksburg, and the U.S. Marine Corps Base and Engineer School at Camp Lejeune are co-sponsors of the camps.

2015-2016 Goals

  • Perform as a World Class STEM program
  • Recruit at a national level
  • Establish a Coast Guard Academy camp
  • Restart Navy Camp
  • Expand Regional Camps with BSA using Atlanta model as an example and local Post involvement using this as a planning year and implementing in 2017
  • Execute 3 high quality camps


2016 Brief

2015 Brief