Cycle for STEM 2013 Recap

A team of 10 cyclists launched from Pittsburgh, PA to begin a six day, 335 mile ride to Washington D.C. to raise awareness for STEM (Science Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) education and much-needed funds to support the AFCEA Educational Foundation's STEM programs

On Saturday, October 12, one-day riders joined the team at White's Ferry for the last day of the ride. AFCEA would like to thank Georgetown University for hosting the cyclists at the completion of the final day's ride.

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Thank you to our 2013 Sponsors!

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Terry Rogers and Ben Smith, Cycle for STEM riders, speak before the grant is presented
Mrs. Allaire poses on stage with Jane Ferreira and Cathy Burtless

AFCEA Hawaii Presents the First Offical Cycle for STEM Teaching Tool Grant!

The first STEM Teaching Tool Grant funded by Cycle for STEM 2013 was presented at TechNet Asia Pacific. Participaing in the presentation were Terry Rogers and Ben Smith, members of the Cycle for STEM team.

A check for $1,000 was presented to Mr. Franklin Allaire, a science teacher from Kalani High School as well as the State Director/President of the Hawaii State Science Olympiad. Accepting the award on his behalf was Mrs. Franklin Allaire. Mrs. Allaire received the award from Jane Ferreira and Cathy Burtless, Chair, Board of Directors - AFCEA Hawaii Educational Foundation.

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