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Creating Community Through STEM Opportunities - UCCS Article Link

Check out the great article published by UCCS on the work AFCEA Rocky Mountain Chapter, and our VP of Education, Russ Fellers, are doing for our local STEM community!

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Local Colorado Springs Teacher STEM Grant Awardees

Each year, AFCEA Rocky Mountain Chapter awards STEM Grants to local Colorado Springs Schools based on applications submitted by teachers or other school representative.  This year, we were able to award over $475,000 to many deserving schools to further their efforts of developing the future STEM leaders in our community!

Contact us with the link below to get more info on how to submit applications for your school next year!

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Our President representing AFCEA with KOAA News 5 for "If You Give A Child A Book"

AFCEA Rocky Mountain Chapter has partnered with KOAA News Channel 5, alongside the Scripps Howard Foundation, to donate books to Title 1 schools across the region as a fundraiser to get children reading as early as possible.  Learn more below...

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AFCEA Rocky Mountain Chapter funding STEM programs in community - over $300,000 to local community!

The organization has been giving away scholarships and grant money to local schools, teachers, and students for the past 20 years. Last year alone, they gave away $300,000 to support STEM learning, with $100,000 in money going to nearly 30 teachers in El Paso County and Pueblo.

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"If you give a child a book..."

AFCEA Rocky Mountain Chapter makes generous donation to "If you Give a Child a Book" campaign ... recognized appreciation from Scripps-Howard Foundation - See More on KOAA link below!


AFCEA RMC making a difference in our local STEM Community!

Check out this story -- local UCCS STEM Student, Nicholas Dindyal, talks pursuing his life goals and how an AFCEA Scholarship and other scholarships are helping him to achieve his dream.  Thanks UCCS!

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