2022 Aerospace/Aviation Virtual Competition – March 24

March 24, 2022, 10AM – 1:30PM General information:  It’s all about exposing students to STEM careers in the aerospace industry from designing aircraft, checking the weather, controlling the aircraft taking off and landing, and maintaining maintenance.  They will also learn about mechanical and electrical engineering.  Students will get an overview of the STEM positions at Joint Base Andrews.  Program:  Students …

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Paul Rinaldi – Aerospace

Paul Rinaldi

“STEM camps are so important and aviation groups because it becomes natural when you think about principles of flight or the mathematics behind separating two airplanes five or three miles apart and the speed they are going.  STEM and education are so important. The future is so bright in aviation with commercial space really becoming the normal thing that people …

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Virtual Women History Month Competition

Virtual Women History Month Competition

March 20, 2021 at 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM. Spotlighting women in the aerospace industry at NASA featuring Katherine Johnson, a mathematician who calculated orbital mechanics for the success of the first space flight. Our Industry Partners will be the Guest Speakers. Participants: Individual 5th to 12th Grade Students Competition: There will be a Kahoot Game Show on the presentation …

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Dr. Yuanwei Jin – Aerospace

Dr. Yuanwei Jin

Dr. Yuanwei JinChair of the Department of Engineering & Aviation SciencesUniversity of Maryland, Eastern Shore “There are quite a few career tracks for an aerospace/aviation engineer.  As an aerospace engineer you will basically design different parts of the aircraft.  In aviation, you will operate the aircraft and can become a professional pilot or operating drones.” Dr. Yuanwei Jin is a …

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Jamaal Haltom – Aerospace

Jamaal Haltom

“Air Traffic Controller is a very neat community. It’s a community that continually needs an influx of young people to take an interest in it and to fill in for us as we move on. We have a retirement age of 56, which is relatively young in most curricula which are typically a 30-year career. We continually need them to …

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Aerospace Engineering: Aerospace engineers are employed in industries whose workers design or build aircraft, missiles, systems for national defense, or spacecraft. Aerospace engineers are employed primarily in manufacturing, analysis and design, research and development, and the federal government. Mechanical Engineer Aircraft/Spacecraft Designer Data Processing Manager Military Aerospace Engineer Inspector and Compliance Officer Drafter Aerospace Technician Mission or Payload Specialist Do you have questions on Aerospace STEM …

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