• Life Hacks: Topics in STEM and Leadership

    Aberdeen Proving Ground's C5ISR Community Outreach Program is offering a series of FREE interactive virtual opportunities for students through our STEM@Home programming.  


    World-class scientists and engineers who work at Aberdeen Proving Ground will be guest speakers at many of our STEM@Home events, each of which has been designed to engage and inspire the next generation of STEM experts- your student among them.

     For high school students, we are offering our "Life Hacks: Topics in STEM and Leadership" online from 5:00 to 6:0pm on Thursday, March 18th. This month’s topic is "Using Communication to Get What You Want". 

     Have you heard the expression “it’s not what you say, it’s how you say it”? In this session we will discuss tips and tools for understanding how the correct “when’s” and “how’s” to help you get the “what” that you want.

     Students grades 9 through 12 are invited to join us for this 1 hour interactive session to ask questions, get advice and speak directly to our experts. (Please see the attached flyer for further information).

     This FREE opportunity is offered exclusively to High School students in Baltimore City/County, Cecil County, and Harford County.

     Register now through March 15th at: https://usarmyc5isrcenter.submit.com/ 

     For information on additional programming for students in Kindergarten - 12th grade, please visit our website at <https://c5isr.ccdc.army.mil/student_programs/>

     Feel free to reach out if you have any questions!

     The C5ISR Community Outreach Team

    DEVCOM - C5ISR Center

    Headquarters - Outreach Program

    Building 6010 (Blair Hall)

    Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005-1845

    Attn: RDER-DOS-WO, Rm 402

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