The Society of American Military Engineers offers a very unique series of engineering camps designed for High School students who excel in math, science and technical courses and are interested in pursuing engineering in college. These one-week camps are high energy, hands-on events for students from across the country and around the world. The camps are led by a professional staff of engineers from both private industry and the military services. This is an excellent opportunity for students interested in becoming engineers to be exposed to engineering concepts and programs at our nation's military camps. The camps are fully sponsored by the Phoenix SAME post. The student's family is only obligated to make a deposit that is refundable once camp is attended. There is no obligation to join any branch of the military service, all SAME asks is that the student take pictures, have a good time, and come to one of our fall meetings to give a presentation of their experience. There are three service camps and we typically sponsor 2-3 students each year. Students can apply for a specific camp or all three if no preference. Please have your students go to http://www.samecamps.org/, for information.
Interested students must send their completed applications to Phoenix Post Committee Chairmen, Joseph Matejcik, firstname.lastname@example.org, or 623-856-7051, and James Schleich, email@example.com, or 602-952-9123, no later than April 1, 2015. Our committee will select the most qualified nominations from among the acceptable applications, notify nominated students and forward those applications to SAME National Headquarters for final camper selection.
Capt. Lewis presenting one of the scholarships to SSgt Jessica Paulson who has a 4.0 GPA and is working toward her Masters in Business Administration concentrating in Health Administration from AMU.
Southern Arizona SAME Post Recognizes Outstanding Leadership
Lt. Nathan Jones accepts the Mentor Award on behalf of TSgt. Dan Trudeau, recognizing TSgt. Trudeau's mentorship contributions.
SAME Co-President Melissa Lewis accepts the Leadership Award on behalf of SAME Co-President, Capt. Allen Lewis, recognizing Capt. Lewis' leadership contributions within the Post and the 355/CES.
Past-President Mary Darling is presented with a plaque recognizing her significant contributions as President of the Post during the last two years.
Marek Kasztalski is recognized for his contributions as a Director of the Post and Co-Programs chair during the last fiscal year.
Bill Dupee is recognized for his contributions as a Director of the Post and Assistant Treasurer during the last fiscal year.
Robin Raine is recognized for her contributions as Treasurer during the last fiscal year.
Ramon Gaanderse, Executive Director of the Arizona Transportation Builders Association (formerly the Tucson Utility Contractors Association) briefs the Southern Arizona Post on his organization's efforts to support the engineering and construction industry in Southern Arizona.
Military discounts on Hazardous Materials Management Training and Certification for Veterans. For more information, check out the Resources/Links page.