Fort Meade community celebrates approval of Education and Resiliency Center

July 20, 2020 It took nine years of planning, a $3.6 million capital campaign, multiple redesigns, meticulous processing of an 800-item requirements list and exhaustive collaboration with five garrison commanders, numerous on-post agencies and innumerable community members, but the transformation of Fort George G. Meade’s historic Kuhn Hall into a modern Education and Resiliency Center […]

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2020 FMA Annual Report

Despite the extreme, unexpected challenges of a worldwide health pandemic, the FMA’s mission to support the work and people of Fort Meade and help the region drive economic growth in Maryland has continued uninterrupted. We truly appreciate the strong member support that provides us with the resources necessary to help our region thrive, even in […]

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2020 FMA Annual Meeting Highlights

The FMA Annual Meeting on June 18 brought together 150 attendees virtually to learn about the FMA’s impact this past year and to set their sights on the future. The highlight of the meeting included a conversation between featured speakers Major General Omar J. Jones, IV, Commanding General at the Joint Force Headquarters National Capital […]

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FMA Community Steps Up

In challenging times, the members of the Fort Meade Alliance have always pulled together to support Fort Meade and the surrounding region. Though the challenge we face now rests on a global scale, the response of FMA members to COVID-19 is no different. As the pandemic has evolved, the FMA and its members have taken […]

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The Future of Internships in a Socially-Distanced World

As restrictions on work and travel continue, many companies have begun to explore what their operations — including internships — will look like as the bulk of their employees continue to telework. Companies typically offering internships to high school, college and graduate students are determining how to handle these essential skill-building experiences remotely. Maintaining internship programs may […]

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Introducing the new Project SCOPE website

In 2009, at the forefront of efforts to help businesses and government fill the need for security-cleared workers, the Fort Meade Alliance debuted Project SCOPE (Security Clearance Overview, Preparation and Education). Though much has changed since that time, the need for a workforce prepared for the security clearance process remains as important as ever. With […]

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