For more information about the Explorer Program, please look here: http://www.alabamahomeschooling.com/2009/12/explorer-program.html
Dynetics would like to invite you to participate in Huntsville’s Engineering and Technology Exploring program. You will join other students from the greater Huntsville/Madison County area and both learn about and experience the various engineering disciplines. Exploring is an informative, hands-on opportunity to get an in-depth, behind-the-scenes look at what is involved in Engineering and Technology careers. Space exploration, Robotics, Remotely Piloted Vehicles, Computer Assisted Design, Software Design, or Prototyping, you will decide what to explore and experience firsthand what it takes to be a part of this exciting profession.
Please join us for our annual kick-off event on Tuesday, September 11, at 6:00 p.m. at the Dynetics Solutions Complex, (1004 Explorer Boulevard - Research Park), Huntsville, Alabama, 35806. At this meeting, we will answer all your questions about our program’s goals and objectives. Please bring your parents and interested friends. Exploring is open to all young people, male and female, between the ages of 15 (14 if you have completed the 8th Grade) and 20. If you decide to join our program, you will fill out an application and pay the $15 registration fee. Students under 18 will need a parent or guardian’s signature to sign up for the program.
Please help us plan for this meeting by letting us know if you plan to attend. You can call the Post Advisor at (256) 713-5488, or respond by e-mail to email@example.com. Dynetics’ work for the Federal Government requires identification of all foreign nationals, if you are a foreign national we just need to know, you are equally welcome to participate as anyone else in the community. If you would like more information on Exploring, you can go to www.learningforlife.org and click on the “Exploring” icon.
We are truly excited about continuing to support this Explorer Post and hope you will consider joining us for the year. See you on September 11th!