FAQs about AFCEA STEM
What is AFCEA?
Armed Forces Communications & Electronics Association (AFCEA) established in 1946, is an international professional association that connects people, ideas and solutions globally, by developing networking and educational opportunities and providing them in an ethical forum.
AFCEA enables military, government, industry and academia to align technology and strategy to meet the needs of those who serve. Reference: https://www.afcea.org/site/
What is AFCEA STEM?
AFCEA STEM is a collaboration among government, military, and industry professionals for the promotion of STEM.
What is AFCEA Robotics Challenge?
The AFCEA Robotics Challenge (ARC) is the first of many robotics challenges for children enrolled in grades 4-6 in the Dayton School District in Autumn 2019.
I am a student. How do I get involved?
Contact your school counselor to sign up for the challenge. To participate in the AFCEA Robotics Challenge you have to be a student enrolled in grades 4-6 in the Dayton School District in Autumn 2019.
I am a Scientist/Engineer how do I get involved?
Please contact the AFCEA STEM team by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
How old do you have to be to participate in the AFCEA Robotics Challenge (ARC)?
The ARC is geared towards children ages 10-13, enrolled in grades 4-6.
How much does it cost to participate in ARC?
The ARC is no cost to participants and is made possible by the generous philanthropic contributions by sponsors and partners.