SAME Atlanta Scholarships

Each year the SAME Atlanta Post awards scholarships in honor of Sy Liebmann and Al Rowe.

For the 2017 – 2018 academic year, SAME Atlanta Post awarded two $2,500 scholarships; in honor of Sy Liebmann and Al Rowe who were two long-term Post members.  The recipients of this prestigious award were Shay Magahey, a graduate of Mill Creek High School, and Katie Miller, a graduate of Blessed Trinity High School.

For 2018, SAME Atlanta Post awarded $5,000 in scholarships in honor of Sy Liebmann and Al Rowe. The recipients of these prestigious awards were;
Ashlyn Sak– is entering her second year at LSU, Majoring in Wildlife Ecology, graduated from Lakeside H.S. in 2017.
Kristen Haupt- is entering her first year at Georgia, Majoring in Biology, graduated from Centennial H.S. in 2018.
Grace Dwyer– is entering her second year at Georgia Tech, Majoring in Neuroscience, graduated from Grady High School in 2017
Joshua Emerson, Jr.– is entering his third year at Kennesaw State University, Majoring in Industrial Engineering with a minor in Nuclear Engineering, graduated from the Independent Study Academy Alpharetta in 2016.

2019 Applications Now Being Accepted!

SAME Atlanta Post is pleased to announce that we will be offering a minimum of one $2,500 scholarship in 2019. Scholarships will be awarded to either a high school senior, a current college undergraduate, or a graduate college student pursuing an engineering, architecture, science, math or related degree at an accredited college or university. The deadline for applications is Friday, June 1, 2019. For more information about scholarships, please contact John (Jack) W. Seibert, III, PE, F.SAME, SAME Atlanta Post Scholarship Committee Chair at jack.seibert@att.net.

K-12 Outreach

For more information about SAME Atlanta Post’s K-12 Outreach program, please contact us.

SAME National Engineering & Construction Camps

This is a great week-long hands-on experience for high school sophomores and juniors to learn about engineering.  There are videos of the camps as well as camp details at http://SAMEcamps.org.  If you or an interested student has any questions, please direct them to Cindy Miller via email at Cindy.Miller@CH2M.com or via telephone at 678-530-4449.

2016 SAME Engineering Camps

*Deadline for Application is March 2016

Exploring Engineering Academy

The Georgia Engineering Foundation, The Society of American Military Engineers and the Learning for Life Division of the Atlanta Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America announce the 16th Annual Exploring Engineering Academy at Georgia Tech. The academy is open to high school students (boys and girls) in 10th, 11thand 12th grades and is under the direct supervision of professional engineers, scientists and engineering faculty.

The goal of the Exploring Engineering Academy is to bring talented students to the Georgia Institute of Technology campus to excite and expose them to the world of engineering in the hopes that they will pursue an engineering career. The experience will open their minds so that they will realize that they will be able to obtain an engineering/scientific degree. Students tour state-of-the-art engineering laboratories on the Ga Tech campus plus research and engineering facilities of major corporations around metro Atlanta.

Deadline: Register before Feb 28, 2016 to save $50
2016 Exploring Engineering Academy Information

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Sponsorships Available Now

Help us make a difference in our community! Don’t miss your opportunity to be involved in the 2016 Exploring Engineering Academy. We are currently seeking sponsors to help support this fantastic program. Please click the link below to review a copy of our sponsorship flyer.


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If you have any questions about the 2016 Exploring Engineer Academy, please contact Richard Morales or Jack Seibert. 

Veterans Outreach

Started in 2008, the SHARE (Shaping Hope and Recovery Excellence) Military Initiative at the Shepherd Center in Atlanta provides comprehensive curriculum of care, specifically tailored to meet the needs of service members who have sustained a traumatic brain injury (TBI). This is a customized program that is tailored to the needs of the individual. Therapies include: physical, occupational, vocational, cognitive and psychological treatment. The program includes complimentary residential housing; life coaching; therapeutic recreation; legal and financial counseling; peer support and PTSD counseling. Thanks to the very generous donations of many, including the Wounded Warrior Program, but especially Bernie Marcus and the Marcus Foundation, the SHARE program is offered to those service members at no cost. The government (VA system) does not promote or support this program. It is funded and maintained through charitable donations of individuals and organizations.

Cost per person to go through this three month program is approximately $35,000. If a client has insurance, their insurance providers pay 38 cents of every dollar’s cost of care, on average. The Shepherd Center must raise $70,000 per month to keep the program running. With the rise of suicides in our returning service members (22 per day reported), SHARE is proud that it has a zero percent suicide rate among its graduates. Please help us spread the word about SHARE Military Initiative at Shepherd Center. For more information, Visit SHARE’s website for more informationwww.shepherd.org/share.

Get Involved

SAME Atlanta Post provides dinner once a month for the residents and staff of the SHARE program. 1-2 volunteers are need each month to assist in taking dinner and staying to eat with the residents and staff. This time with the residents will help them with socialization and re-engaging in social activities and as they adjust to having interaction with new people. Beth Harris is the point of contact for the Shepherd Center’s SHARE Military Initiative. If you have questions or if you are interested in volunteering, please contact Beth via email or via mobile phone at 404-808-5067.