DeCesaris Family Foundation pledges major support to Ready, Strong and Connected campaign

Dedicated supporters of initiatives benefiting women, children, healthcare, the faith community and the military, the Geaton and JoAnn DeCesaris Family Foundation has pledged $150,000 to the Fort Meade Alliance Foundation’s Ready, Strong and Connected campaign. “We are very grateful to American service members and their families for all their work and sacrifice,” said JoAnn DeCesaris […]

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FMA’s Tech Mania brings local STEM-Centric Students Hands-on Experiences

More than 130 freshman students gathered at Anne Arundel Community College’s Regional Higher Education Center for the Fort Meade Alliance’s Tech Mania on Oct. 27. The morning was spent with students rotating in and out of classrooms, each of which had an interactive STEM-related lesson from participating FMA member companies Anne Arundel Community College (AACC), […]

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Anne Arundel County pledges $500,000 to game-changing Education & Resiliency Center

  (Hanover, Md. October 17, 2017) — Describing the planned conversion of Kuhn Hall into an Education and Resiliency Center as a game-changing improvement for the Fort Meade community, the Anne Arundel County Local Development Council (LDC) has pledged $500,000 towards the project. “The Fort Meade Alliance demonstrated a compelling need for this facility,” said […]

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FMA Foundation Reaches Major Milestone for Resiliency and Education Center at Fort Meade

(Hanover, Md. June 21, 2017) — The Fort Meade Alliance Foundation has been awarded $500,000 from the State of Maryland for its campaign to create a new Resiliency and Education Center at Fort George G. Meade. This latest funding achievement marks a significant milestone in the Foundation’s $3.6 million Ready Strong and Connected campaign. The […]

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FMA’s Tech Mania Engages Students through Innovative STEM Presentations

On April 28, 2017, over 120 ninth-grade students from around Baltimore County attended the Fort Meade Alliance’s Tech Mania held at Community College of Baltimore County’s Essex (CCBC) campus. Students from Catonsville High School, Dulaney High School, Owings Mills High School, Pikesville High School and Woodlawn High School spent the morning rotating throughout classrooms learning and […]

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FMAF funded Tech Mania Provides Hands-On STEM Insights

More than 120 ninth grade students participated in hands-on STEM-related demonstrations during the Fort Meade Alliance’s (FMA) Tech Mania, held last week at the Community College of Baltimore County’s Catonsville (CCBC) campus. This program was funded by the Fort Meade Alliance Foundation’s student programs. Representatives from Leidos and Lockheed Martin Corp., in addition to CCBC […]

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