Women in Homeland Security (WHS)’s Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM) initiative is excited to announce an opportunity for students to bring their ideas, innovations, and out of the box thinking to the border security mission. The Challenge presents an opportunity for students to design a technology solution around the challenges facing the nation in securing the border.
WHS STEM IS EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE THE WINNER OF THE NEXTGen BORDER SECURITY CHALLENGE,
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WHS founded its STEM initiative in 2011 to connect students with the missions in homeland and national security related to STEM. The initiative focuses on bringing students in middle and upper school to public and private sector STEM field trips in homeland and national security. Known as “the coolest STEM out there” WHS strives to connect students with meaningful public service careers tied to securing our nation. More information is available at: www.WHSSTEM.com and on Facebook: www.facebook.com/WHSScienceTechnologyEngineeringMath/
Women in Homeland Security is a non-profit 501(c3) organization founded in 2009 that has grown to over 4,500 public and private sector members and focuses on collaboration, understanding cross disciplinary missions, and supporting the nation’s homeland security mission through monthly events, Book Club, charitable work, STEM initiatives and mentoring. For more information visit www.WomeninHomelandSecurity.com