Education and Workforce

Through our sister organization, the FMA, we promote the learning of science, technology, engineering, math and linguistics to current students who are interested in becoming a part of the future workforce in the Fort Meade region. We also award scholarships annually.

Awakening the Potential

From Classrooms to Careers

About the FMA’s Education and Workforce Initiatives

Career Discovery

Exploring careers can be intimidating because there are so many options. Therefore, the best thing we can do developmentally for our K-12 students is to expose them to the possibilities and opportunities. The more opportunities, the more students learn.

Project SCOPE
Career Chats
STEM Family Night

Visit the FMA website to learn more.

Career Exploration

Individuals learn through experience. Career Exploration programs allow for people to gain experience exploring different types of careers through a process of experiential learning.

Teacher Externships
Meade Cyber Lab

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Career Upskilling

As we address issues and barriers in expanding the talent pipeline, we cannot forget to place emphasis on our current workforce and upskilling. We additionally must also prioritize our transitioning military members who bring a wealth of knowledge and experience into the workforce but need help translating their experience to the civilian sector.

FMA Academy

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Kenneth O. McCreedy Scholarship Fund

Kenneth O. McCreedy Scholarship Fund

Created specifically to support the FMA Foundation’s mission, the Kenneth O. McCreedy Scholarship fund assists outstanding, well-rounded graduating students from Meade High School students who plan to pursue higher education in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) or linguistics.