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K-12 Outreach Committee Chair

Angela Nocera, PE    angela.nocera@mbakerintl.com



November 2019

GEMS is a fun and exciting way for middle-school girls to explore careers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Students pick their favorite subjects then get their hands dirty in workshops designed to showcase how much fun it is to work in associated fields.  GEMS includes sessions for parents and guardians!  What is STEM?  Why is it important   We discuss these and other topics including extracurricular programs, college admissions and scholarships, and other STEM career planning options.  GEMS Parent/Guardian sessions provide resources and tools to inspire and support children during their journey towards a STEM career.  

For more information, registration, volunteer signup, and sponsor information:  CLICK HERE

GEMS is proudly organized by the SAME Mobile Post and the University of South Alabama.  Additional 2018 sponsors included Volkert Engineering, Airbus, Jade Consulting, BASF, Southern Earth Sciences, and Terracon.    



JROTC STEM Leadership Academy Sponsorship Opportunity

STEM intensive Summer Week for JROTC Cadets
(Science, Technology, Engineering and Math)

Please Click Here to Download the Sponsorship Form
and Help Sponsor a JROTC Cadet

Cadets will conduct experiments in univeristy labs, construct and build hands-on engineering projects, experience a variety of area indutsries via interactive tours and mentoring. 
The goal of the JROTC STEM Leadership Academy, a residential academy is to expose and engage a unique population of Mobile high school students in STEM content, skills, and fields of study. The STEM Academy will give Cadets the opportunity to see STEM content and technology in action as they interact with scientists and engineers designing and innovating solutions to area industry and community problems. The Academy will help groom these already successful JROTC cadets into future employees and contributors to the regional STEM workforce.