2018 STEM Camps
SAME has been supporting STEM events for over 30 years and conducting STEM Engineering & Construction Camps for almost 20 years. Our STEM camps are world-class and feature a very impressive record of producing thousands of engineers and STEM graduates. Our camps generally feature hands-on activities, conducted in a competitive environment, promoting teamwork, leadership, project management, and problem solving. Each of our camps have a unique curriculum with the common thread being a challenging environment and hands-on activities.
Our STEM Engineering & Construction Camps are designed for high school students who excel in STEM and are interested in pursuing a degree in STEM in college Selection to the Camps is competitive.
Camps are supervised by a staff of working engineers and STEM professionals. Part of the staff are young professionals in a mentoring and leadership role. These mentors are committed to inspiring campers to pursue STEM in college. Mentors are also resources for the campers, providing long-term connections for our alumni.
For information about upcoming camps click here.
2018 Scholarship Application:
The 2018 SAME Scholarship application is now available. Applications are due by March 16, 2018. For more information click here.
2019 SAME SB Workshop Suggestions:
You are invited to submit idea(s) to be considered by the 2019 SBW Committee by October 1, 2018. We are looking for industry experts who will share valuable insights on:
• Social Media
• Strategic Partnerships
• Project Delivery
• Other (misc.)
Please send to: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Dear Workshop Participant:
Thank you for attending the recent SAME Kentuckiana Post Small Business Workshop in Louisville, Kentucky at the Downtown Marriott. We hope that you found the workshop informative and worthwhile. Our primary goal was to gather leaders from the A/E/C, environmental, and construction communities along with representatives from federal agencies to highlight opportunities for small businesses to work in the federal market, showcase best practices, build networks and create teams to successfully deliver projects/programs that meet the needs of federal clients and provide value to our nation.
We hope the topics covered during the workshop were beneficial and that the presenters did an outstanding job of sharing their expertise with you. The presentations are posted on the Kentuckiana Post website (www.same.org/kentuckiana) along with contact information for each of the presenters.
You were a great group of attendees and your enthusiasm and positive spirit helped make our time together both productive and fun. You will be receiving an evaluation form soon which we encourage you to fill out and offer suggestions and comments on how we can improve future Small Business Workshops. We assure you that each comment will be given consideration so that future workshops will be even more of a success. You will also receive a PDH certificate and an attendee listing.
If you are not a member of SAME or the Kentuckiana Post we invite you to join our organization. If you are a member we encourage you to join us for our monthly luncheon meetings which are normally held the third Tuesday of each month in the basement cafeteria of the Mazzoli Federal Building in downtown Louisville. You can find more information about Post meetings on our website.
We wish you the best in the upcoming year, and if we can be of help in any way, or if you have questions, please feel free to contact us. Again, thank you for being part of our 2018 Small Business Workshop, and please recommend the 2019 SBW to others.
Best Regards, Rick Wolf, 2018 SAME President Kentuckiana Post
SAVE THE DATE: January 29 & 30, 2019 (location TBD)