AFCEA International Chapter News
GREATER OMAHA CHAPTER CHAPTER - May 02, 2022

Tech Advisor Mentors Students

Event Photographs:

Sean Murphy, senior technical advisor for U.S. Strategic Command, C4 Systems Directorate, and guest speaker for the Robotics and Engineering classes in May at Papillion-LaVista Senior High School, Papillion, Nebraska, shares the value of technology studies across hundreds of job opportunities in and out of the U.S. Defense Department. The students were most interested in opportunities in aerospace engineering, robotics/automation and software/app development. Murphy shared with the students and teachers the opportunities for student STEM scholarships and STEM teaching grants offered through the local chapter and AFCEA International.�
Sean Murphy, senior technical advisor for U.S. Strategic Command, C4 Systems Directorate, and guest speaker for the Robotics and Engineering classes in May at Papillion-LaVista Senior High School, Papillion, Nebraska, shares the value of technology studies across hundreds of job opportunities in and out of the U.S. Defense Department. The students were most interested in opportunities in aerospace engineering, robotics/automation and software/app development. Murphy shared with the students and teachers the opportunities for student STEM scholarships and STEM teaching grants offered through the local chapter and AFCEA International.
Pictured (from l-r) are Col. Larry Fletcher, USAF, chapter president; Hannah Reynolds, 12th grade, Zoo Academy, Omaha, Nebraska, Using Morphological Measurements; and Amy Leising, science teacher, OPS Career Center/Zoo Academy, Omaha, Nebraska.�
Pictured (from l-r) are Col. Larry Fletcher, USAF, chapter president; Hannah Reynolds, 12th grade, Zoo Academy, Omaha, Nebraska, Using Morphological Measurements; and Amy Leising, science teacher, OPS Career Center/Zoo Academy, Omaha, Nebraska.
Reynolds (c) is accompanied by her science project mentor, Leising, for a special presentation in April made at the Bellevue Welcome Center to ensure she received her award. �
Reynolds (c) is accompanied by her science project mentor, Leising, for a special presentation in April made at the Bellevue Welcome Center to ensure she received her award.

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