All Upcoming and Past Programs are located on the Meeting Details page.
We need your help! Please help us prepare and serve dinner to the homeless veterans at Baltimore Station!
When: Monday December 16 from 5PM to 7:30PM
RSVP: Stacy Kahatapitiya
Thank you to all volunteers, sponsors, exhibitors, speakers, and attendees to the NAR/NER Joint Engineering Training Symposium on November 5-7, 2013. The JETS was very successful with proceeds to benefit education outreach and philanthropic activities of our Baltimore Post. For direction on accessing the conference proceeds, please contact Judy Hackett.
The Student Mentoring Committee is seeking volunteers for the Baltimore Post Speaker's Bureau to speak to students at schools in the region about a career in STEM. For more details on the request, please consult the flyer and then complete the sign-up form if you can volunteer.
Speaker's Bureau Flyer
Speaker's Bureau Sign-up Form
The Baltimore Museum of Industry is asking for our help with Engineer's Week activities and their Future Cities competition. Volunteer now to mentor our young engineers of the future. There are opportunities to volunteer all around the region.
Engineer Week and Future Cities details
More Engineering Challenges
2014 Engineers Appreciation Dinner at
United States Naval Academy
Where: USNA Alumni Hall, Bo Coppedge, Annapolis, MD
Date: Thursday, February 20, 2014
(Registration Closes on February 8)
Time: 5:00pm - 8:00pm
Keynote Speaker: VICE ADMIRAL JAMES D. SYRING
DIRECTOR, MISSILE DEFENSE AGENCY
The Support Our Troops drive is beginning for 2013-2014! Please visit the Support Our Troops page for complete details, troop contest standings, and more.
The latest SAME-Baltimore Post newsletter is now available for Fall 2013. You can always find a link to the latest newsletter at the top right corner of this page, on the Newsletters page, or you can use the link below:
SAME-Baltimore Post Fall 2013 Newsletter
Several Items of Interest for Baltimore Post Members
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In response to our Support Our Troops program to various
outfits in Afghanistan. The letter provides information on the
activities of one such group, DOG Company, 2nd Stryker
Cavalry Regiment located at FOB Sweeney in Zabul province near the
Pakistan border. Click here for the .pdf version.
The Chesapeake Post meetings are
held at the Wetlands Golf Club. We
are proud to announce a series of high profile speakers
including You can
register for the meeting and get directions on our web site at www.same-chesapeake.org. Meetings/luncheons are
typically held on the third Thursday from 1130 hours to 1330 hours.
Note that Professional Development Hours (PDH)
certificates are now available at workshops each month.
Presentations from previous Meetings
Contact Judy Hackett for presentations from previous meetings.
View Photos from May 15, 2013 Awards Meeting
Thank you note for the 2013 SAME U.S. Navy
Click here to read it!
from the 310th Military Police Batallion stationed at
the Detention Facility in Parwan, Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan
for sending them care packages.
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Click here to read ALL the thanks!
of Appreciation from 3D Medical Command (Deployment Support)
Operational Command Post (Forward) - Camp Arifjan, Kuwait
Click here to view the Certificate.
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We’re Looking for a Few Good Fellows
The SAME Academy of Fellows is a body of SAME members who
have rendered dedicated and outstanding service to SAME, to military
engineering, to engineering and related professions in general, and to their
community. Being accepted into the College of Fellows is a great distinction.
Somewhat less than 3% of the total SAME membership has been awarded this honor.
However, for members who have shown outstanding achievement and leadership
(which includes leadership by example), being
accepted into the Academy of Fellows is not an unachievable goal, and the Society is sincere in its desire to ensure that deserving members are
granted this recognition. The selection process is not a competition. [more]