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9th Annual Beers, Brats, and Burgers Registration Now Open!

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By Oakman Aerospace Inc. - June 15, 2017

(Littleton, CO) - Registration for the 9th Annual Beers, Brats, and Burgers is now open! Beers, Brats, and Burgers, hosted by the Colorado Space Business Roundtable (CSBR), is a forum for expanding personal and professional networks through peers in the industry as well as enjoying some good food and spirits! The event will be held on August 16th and hosted at FATE Brewing Company in Boulder, CO from 4:00pm until 8:00pm. Registration is complementary for CSBR members or $40 for any non-member.  Whether you are a student, professional, or enthusiast, all are invited to come and enjoy the 9th Annual Beers, Brats, and Burgers.

For more information or inquires related to this event, please visit CSBR Beers, Brats, and Burgers or email info@coloradosbr.org.

Oakman Aerospace Inc. is a participating member of CSBR and a proud sponsor for Beers, Brats, and Burgers.

 
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June 2017 Newsletter


By Oakman Aerospace Inc. - June 1, 2017

June 2017
"Making Space For Everyone"

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As a company we do our best to keep you informed on our internal company developments as well as what forces are impacting or shaping the aerospace industry world-wide! We hope you will find this monthly newletter to be insightful and provide you a unique perspective from a small company watching the political and economic factors influencing the industry. If there are things you wish to know more about or hear an opinion on, please feel free to write us back and we will do our best to address your inquiry.

OAI Launches A New Website!

Oakman Aerospace Inc. is excited to roll out our new website! Working with Denver Website Design, we have redone our content and interfaces so as to better promote our company, products, and services. We hope that this new interface will provide for better contact with the public, our customers, and stakeholders that rely on our technology and our information in their day to day operations! With more information and better navigation we hope you are able to find the information you are looking for! If you are struggling to find specific details, please reach out and contact us so we may be able to get you the information you're looking for!


OAI Welcomes New Faces and Talent!

May 15th, was a busy day at the OAI office getting new employees and interns settled into their new OAI offices. OAI welcomed Chad and Jonathon to the staff of now 14 full-time employees along with Jaquelyn and Lucas as OAI summer interns for the 2017 summer. Read More 

 

MSGC Selects OAI Team for STEM Grant

Oakman Aerospace Inc. and the Eastern Upper Peninsula Intermediate School District were notified by the Michigan Space Grant Consortium (MSGC) that their After School Rocketry Program Grant Request will be funded for the 2017-2018 school year. The After School Rocketry Program is a nine (9) week after school pilot program that focuses on middle to high school students successfully launching a model rocket with a sensor payload and interpreting the flight data from the mission. Read More 


A Busy Summer Ahead

With new employees and projects taking shape, OAI is in for a fun and busy summer ahead! OAI is preparing to celebrate the company's five year anniversary on July 14th, 2017. Invitations will be sent out via mail and email in the following weeks. In addition, OAI is excited to host the Colorado Space Business Roundtable Summer Interns on June 27th for an afternoon full of exploring what it means to be a small business in space!

 

Upcoming Activities

Date Event
June 27th Colorado Space Business Roundtable Internship Visit
July 14th Five Year Anniversary Celebration
August 5th-10th Small Satellite Conference Logan, UT Booth #13
August CSBR Beers n' Brats: Annual Networking Social
December 6th CSBR 14th Annual Colorado Space Roundup

Final Thoughts

Thank you for making it all the way to the bottom! We appreciate your interest in what we are doing as a company! As we bring this newsletter to a close, we hope that you will forward our newsletter on to others who may be interested and let them know about the awesome things happening at our office! Best said, "Space exploration is a force of nature unto itself that no other force in society can rival" -Neil Tyson. Thank you for your continued support and we look forward to next month!

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OAI and EUPISD Selected as Grant Recipients for After School Rocketry Program

OAI STEM After-School Program Funded Through Grant

By Oakman Aerospace Inc. - June 1, 2017

(Denver, CO/Sault Ste. Marie, MI) – In March of 2017, Oakman Aerospace Inc. and the Eastern Upper Peninsula Intermediate School District (EUPISD) were notified by the Michigan Space Grant Consortium that their After School Rocketry Program (ASRP) Grant Request was accepted for the 2017-2018 school year. The After School Rocketry Program is a nine (9) week after school pilot program that focuses on middle to high school students successfully launching a model rocket with a sensor payload and interpreting the flight data from the mission. Over the nine (9) weeks, students will learn computer programing languages, aerodynamics of rocket flight, and fundamentals of aerospace science to deepen their understanding of and experience in aerospace science.

Since 2015, Oakman Aerospace Inc. and the Eastern Upper Peninsula Intermediate School District have sought to find ways to work together to engage middle school and high school students in STEM related activities. Working together over the past few years, OAI and EUPISD have formed a close working relationship to bring programs and opportunities to an area of Michigan often under-represented in STEM.

“This program is only a first step in bringing greater educational tools and programs to students who otherwise may not have these opportunities. We hope that through success with programs like these that OAI will be able to continue to participate in enriching STEM education throughout our community and the country.” – Stanley O. Kennedy, Jr., President and Chief Systems Engineer at OAI.

“We are very excited for the ASRP partnership.  This opportunity will provide an innovative and unique educational experience for our students, and is a wonderful example of a collaborative partnership between Industry, K-12 education, and the Department of Defense.  We appreciate Oakman Aerospace for offering us the opportunity to work with them on this project, and look forward to the positive impacts that it will have on students.” - Kevin St. Onge, EUP Math and Science Center Director, Eastern Upper Peninsula Intermediate School District

Following the announcement of the award, EUPISD has worked with the Michigan DoD STEM Office, nCASE, to secure supplemental DoD STEM funding to assist in off-setting the program costs that will enable more students to be reached.

All parties are looking forward to a successful summer of curriculum planning, development, and training for the first programs to be implemented during the fall semester of 2017.

For more information, please contact:
Oakman Aerospace Inc. Eastern Upper Peninsula Intermediate School District
Stanley O. Kennedy, Jr.
President/ CSE
Kevin St. Onge
Mathematics & Science Center Director
+1 303-904-6060 +1 906-203-6117
Stanley.Kennedy@oak-aero.com Kevins@eupschools.org
www.oak-aero.com www.eup.k12.mi.us/
 
 
About Oakman Aerospace
Oakman Aerospace, Inc. (OAI) is a veteran, woman-owned small business focused on total end-to-end space systems engineering providing: rapid and responsive space system architectures, modular spacecraft/satellite design & development, mission/payload and data distribution services, and, specialized RF phenomenology, products and services. More information can be found at www.oak-aero.com.

About Eastern Upper Peninsula School District

The Eastern Upper Peninsula Intermediate School District (EUPISD) works to improve student success by supporting all schools and communities in Chippewa, Luce, and Mackinac Counties. The Eastern Upper Peninsula Mathematics and Science Center is one of the 33 regional centers in the Michigan Mathematics and Science Centers Network, and is located at the EUPISD. These centers provide leadership, curriculum support, professional development, and student services to educators in local school districts. The centers also serve as a resource clearinghouse for educational materials and information, and work to foster community involvement in the areas of STEM. The network supports the delivery of high quality STEM education for the students of Michigan. The Eastern Upper Peninsula Mathematics and Science Center works to improve STEM education by providing support for schools in Chippewa, Luce, and Mackinac Counties. This support is provided through:
* Professional learning opportunities for teachers
* Student services
* Provision of educational resources and technology
* Supporting connections with community businesses, organizations, and higher education
 
About nCASE
Headquartered at the Fayette Institute of Commerce and Technology in Uniontown Pennsylvania, nCASE is an outgrowth of the Center for the Advancement of STEM Education (CASE), which was established in June 2006 with funding from the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), National Defence Education Program (NDEP).  nCASE continues to be a response to President Bush’s 2006 State-of-the-Union Address during which he announced the American Competitiveness Initiative (ACI) to encourage American innovation and strengthen our nation’s ability to compete in the global economy.  This ambitious strategy increased federal investment in critical research as part of its efforts to ensure that the U.S. continues to lead the world in opportunity and innovation and provide American children with a strong foundation in math and science. 

*This program is made possible in part by: Michigan DoD STEM Office, US ARMY TARDEC, National Center for the Advancement of STEM Education (www.naCASE.org)
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New Faces of the OAI Family


By Oakman Aerospace Inc. - May 31, 2017

(Littleton, CO) – May 15th, was a busy day at the OAI office getting new employees and interns settled into their OAI offices. OAI welcomed Chad and Jonathon to the staff of now 14 full-time employees, along with Jaquelyn and Lucas as OAI summer interns for the 2017 summer. Chad & Jonathon will support software development efforts to including enhancements to OAI’s ACORN product line. Jaquelyn and Lucas join OAI from CU Boulder where they are both preparing for their senior year in the fall of 2017 to complete bachelor’s degrees in Aerospace Engineering.

Maureen O’Brien expressed her excitement and enthusiasm for having the new hires come on board: “OAI is growing! Our technologies and our people never cease to impress me. Every day we are finding more and more ways to expand and enhance our products and services that afford us the opportunity to hire the best Colorado has to offer. OAI continues delivering on our promise of ‘Making Space for Everyone’.”

In talking with the new employees, we asked them a few questions related to joining OAI:

What excites you about OAI?

“The opportunity to develop new, cost-effective, and modular designs while maintaining flight reliability excites me about working at OAI.  I think we have a unique opportunity to leave our mark on the industry and adapt some highly scalable technologies.” - Jonathon


What stood out to you on your first day?

“Starting at Oakman, I immediately felt the comradery among all of the employees and it made me feel at ease with my new job just walking in the door. I definitely was very happy to see that some of my coworkers bring their dogs to work which discourages a stressful environment. Everyone was very welcoming to the new hires and they definitely made it clear that they were happy to have us join the team. Within the first hour I was very excited about the upcoming projects and I could tell that my work would be very valuable to the projects that I was assigned. My first day exceeded my expectations!” -Jaquelyn


What brought you to OAI?

“I came to OAI because they provide a unique opportunity to their interns by allowing them hands on experience working on actual projects. This first-hand experience will give me insight on not only careers in the aerospace industry, but also the role small businesses play in the future of space exploration.” - Lucas


What do you think is the difference between OAI and the other companies you’ve worked at?

“I think the biggest difference is the attitude of the people who work here. Everyone is very friendly and willing to help. Many companies claim to have a team oriented culture when in reality everyone is in competition. At OAI, it really does feel like we are a team working towards a common goal. It makes it a lot easier to come into the office and work hard every day knowing that my coworkers have my back.” -Chad


OAI is excited to have Chad, Jonathon, Jaquelyn, and Lucas join our team. For information related to joining OAI, visit www.oak-aero.com.
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25th Annual Frank J. Redd Student Competition Deadline

Paper Submission Deadline Drawing Near

By Oakman Aerospace Inc. - April 13, 2017

Undergraduate and post-graduate students are invited to participate in the 25th Annual Frank J. Redd Student Competition. The competition will be held in conjunction with the 31st Annual American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA)/Utah State University (USU) Conference on Small Satellites, taking place August 5-10, 2017 in Logan, Utah, USA.

The Student Competition provides undergraduate and post-graduate students with the opportunity to share their work on small satellite concepts and missions. Awards are given to competition finalists presenting at the Small Satellite Conference with the number and dollar values of the awards determined on a yearly basis. This is a tremendous opportunity for students to showcase their works to industry, government, and academia. Many of our finalists have received job offers and/or interviews on the spot as a result of their participation.

This year’s Student Competition papers will be due by April 18, 2017. For questions regarding the Student Competition or general Small Satellite Conference information, please contact Marianne Sidwell at +01.435.713.3119 or marianne.sidwell@usurf.usu.edu. Visit www.smallsat.org for complete rules and guidelines.

Please encourage your students to submit papers for consideration and showcase in the Frank
J. Redd Student Competition. I am looking forward to your reply concerning your students’ involvement.

Best Regards,
Stanley O. Kennedy, Jr.
Frank J. Redd Student Competition Chair
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Oakman Aerospace Inc., OEI Opto AG, and BridgeSat, Inc. Announce Collaboration for “Total Optical Communications Package”


Denver, Zurich, and Boston (Aug 17, 2016) — Today, Oakman Aerospace, Inc., OEI Opto AG, and BridgeSat, Inc., announced a collaboration to work towards developing optical communication systems capabilities, utilizing the OEI OPTEL-μ® miniature laser terminal, BridgeSat’s developing global optical communications ground network, and the Oakman Aerospace mission analysis and modeling capabilities.

Under this collaboration, Oakman Aerospace, OEI, and BridgeSat plan to work towards offering a total optical communications package that reliably provides secure and effective data delivery for satellite operators at a higher rate than typical RF systems.

Oakman Aerospace is a pioneer of rapid and responsive space technologies, and has developed mission analysis and integrated atmospheric modeling and simulations that are well suited for the complexities of optical communications mission planning.

OEI is a supplier of opto-electronic products for the space industry in Europe, and is developing a high performance, micro sized optical terminal for small/micro-satellites, known as the OPTEL-μ® miniature laser terminal.

BridgeSat is developing and deploying an expansive optical communications ground network that will be compatible with the OEI OPTEL-μ® laser terminal, and will be able to utilize the analysis performed by Oakman Aerospace.

“We are pleased to be able to provide satellite operators our high-performance laser terminals, which offer higher data rates than other RF communications solution. This partnership with BridgeSat and Oakman Aerospace ensures that the operators’ valuable data can be downlinked reliably,” said Elisabetta Rugi, General Manager of OEI.

“Our collaboration will ensure optical communication mission success for satellite operators, who can benefit from the high fidelity analysis that will be performed by Oakman Aerospace, and validated together with OEI and BridgeSat,” said Stanley Kennedy Jr., President and Chief Systems Engineer of Oakman Aerospace.

“This collaboration will leverage each party’s expertise and technologies to enable us to effectively and efficiently support satellite operators in their efforts to handle the accelerating demand and quantity of data being transmitted from LEO satellites,” said John Serafini, co-General Manager of BridgeSat. “Overcoming the issues of traditional radio-frequency downlink of data has the potential to solve a problem that has long plagued hardware and satellite manufacturers.”
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OAI Celebrates 4th Year in Business and Many More to Come!


Today, July 15, is a typical day at the office for most OAI employees, but for CEO Maureen O'Brien and President Stanley Kennedy, today is a special day. Four years ago on July 15, Oakman Aerospace was born into the aerospace industry. "Back then we had a lot of ideas that we knew would make us successful and today we are able to see those ideas and dreams as realities" (Maureen O'Brien).

From an office of 7 employees in 2012, to an office of now 11 in 2016, Oakman Aerospace, Inc. continues to grow exponentially each year that we are in business. From new partnerships with New Space Systems in South Africa, to continuing STEM outreach with the Metropolitan State University of Denver, OAI remains relentless in our goal to become bigger and better each year. In 4 short years we have added a handful of new employees to our team who have helped us accomplish more that we could have ever imagined.

In 2015 we were voted as a top 50 Colorado Company to Watch, as well as one of the top 250 privately owned companies. OAI President and Chief Systems Engineer, Stanley Kennedy, Jr., started off 2016 with a bang when he was invited to be a Colorado Space Business Roundtable board member. In addition to his new responsibility with the CSBR, Stan continues to serve as technical chair for the Frank J. Redd Student Competition  at the Small Satellite Conference held in Logan, UT every year. Stan and Maureen also had the opportunity to set up an Oakman Aerospace, Inc. booth at the 4S Symposium, held in Valletta, Malta, a first for OAI! We are only halfway through 2016, but cannot wait to see what is in store for us in our 5 year of business!
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OAI Hosts CSBR Interns for Afternoon of Education, Fun and Hands-on Learning


Littleton, Colorado – On June 29th, Oakman Aerospace Inc. hosted 24 Colorado Space Business Roundtable Summer Interns at their Littleton facility. The afternoon was spent engaging the interns through education, outreach, and hands-on problem solving. The interns had the opportunity to tour OAI’s clean room and integration laboratory to see the projects currently underway, gain career advice from President and Chief Systems Engineer Stanley Kennedy, Jr., as well as compete to design a 1U CubeSat mission that maximized capability while minimizing cost.
 
Ryan McCormick (current OAI Summer Intern & CSBR Summer Intern) and Neil Friedman (OAI Software Engineer, previous OAI Summer Intern, and previous CSBR Summer Interns), organized the hands-on challenge. “We wanted to give real-life scenarios to the interns to highlight the difficulty most aerospace engineers face every day. Programs are full of decisions to cut costs or increase capability and the students were able to get a taste of that dilemma through these demonstrations”. – Ryan McCormick
 
OAI enjoys being able to be a part of the CSBR Summer Intern program and continues to look for ways to enhance and increase STEM outreach for developing the next generation of space enthusiasts.
 
Background:
 
Oakman Aerospace, Inc. (OAI) is a veteran, woman-owned small business focused on total end-to-end space systems engineering providing: rapid and responsive space system architectures, modular spacecraft/satellite design & development, mission/payload and data distribution services, and, specialized RF phenomenology, products and services.
 
Colorado Space Business Round Table is a non-profit corporation promoting the growth of space and space-related industry in Colorado for existing and entrepreneurial businesses and activities; function as a business organization, develop and strengthen relationships among all members of the Colorado high technology community; to serve as a forum for the presentation and exchange of vital business-building information; support educational initiatives designed to satisfy Colorado high tech employment needs; help attract more space related businesses to Colorado, act as and facilitate the growth of said organizations and if needed offer CSBR as a tool for the success of that organization; CSBR also sponsors programs and seminars on subjects relating to the forgoing.
 
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Oakman Aerospace signs MoU with NewSpace Systems


Denver, CO. USA; Cape Town, South Africa (May 31st, 2016) – Oakman Aerospace, Inc., USA, Signs Strategic Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) and is pursuing a Master Service Agreement (MSA) with NewSpace Systems Pty LTD, South Africa.

Oakman Aerospace, Inc. (OAI) and NewSpace Systems Pty LTD (NSS), global leaders in rapid and responsive space systems and services announces that they have signed a strategic Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) and are in the process of negotiating a Master Service Agreement (MSA) to cooperate in evaluating, designing, developing and producing modular, open-systems architecture (MOSA) systems, spacecraft, space components, and mission/payloads for government, commercial, and academic applications and their related technologies, products, services, and mission solutions primarily in the United States, and across the globe.

OAI and NSS signed the MoU on May 30th, 2016. OAI and NSS are actively pursuing a Technical Assistance Agreement (TAA) through the United States Department of State Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC) to support the MoU and future MSA/Task Orders.

Stanley Kennedy, President and Chief Systems Engineer for OAI, commented on the MoU with the following: “Oakman Aerospace is very excited for this opportunity to work with NewSpace Systems in developing and advancing Modular, open-systems architecture and leveraging the competitive advantage this agreement brings to the United States and world markets. OAI and NSS look forward to providing the best possible engineering products and services for their academic, government, and industry partners.”

James Barrington-Brown, CEO of NewSpace Systems, stated “With NewSpace’s market leading product solutions for the SmallSat market, widely recognized through a multitude of International sales, it is a logical next step to focus more directly on the most significant SmallSat community, which is in the USA. Given their similarities in size, experience and strategic outlook, OAI makes the perfect partner for our next stage of company investment and growth”

For more information:
NewSpace Systems Pty Ltd
James Barrington Brown, CEO
+27 21 300 0160
Email: jbb@newspacesystems.com
Website: www.newspacesystems.com
Oakman Aerospace, Inc.
Stanley Kennedy, President/CSE
+1 303-904-6060
Email: Stanley.Kennedy@oak-aero.com
Website: www.oak-aero.com

Background:

Oakman Aerospace, Inc. (OAI) is a veteran, woman-owned small business focused on total end-to-end space systems engineering providing: rapid and responsive space system architectures, modular spacecraft/satellite design & development, mission/payload and data distribution services, and, specialized RF phenomenology, products and services.
NewSpace Systems is a privately owned small business with facilities in both South Africa and the United Kingdom. It focusses on lean engineering solutions to produce high performance yet economical products aimed at high reliability SmallSat missions and constellations. All products are manufactured to European Space Agency standards, utilizing space approved materials, and radiation tolerant COTS components to achieve >5year LEO lifetimes.
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OAI Executive Vice President, Stan Kennedy Sr, Presents Keynote Address to 74 Academic Excellence Honorees


Mackinac Island, MI– On May 12, 2016, OAI Executive Vice President, Stan Kennedy Sr., presented a keynote address to 74 graduating high school seniors from 10 Eastern Upper Peninsula(MI) school districts at the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island. These seniors received Academic Excellence Awards, based upon a combination of their ACT scores and grade point averages. Awards were presented by the Secondary Principals’ Association to each student, followed by an enjoyable Buffet Luncheon at the Grand Hotel.

Traditionally, the Keynote Speaker is selected by the Seconday Principals’ Association from former graduates of their school districts. Stan, Sr. graduated from Pickford Public Schools district in 1952 as class valedictorian. His keynote address message focused on the mindset and attitudes he found most valuable in transitioning from a small rural high school, senior class of 29 graduates, to a large university of 26,000 students; and entering the technologically-challenging world of nuclear weapons, missiles and satellite systems—highlighting some of his rewarding moments in these STEM career fields.
A most interesting side note; nearly 25 percent of these graduating seniors announced plans to pursue studies in STEM-related and medical career fields. STEM has always been a priority for Stan,Sr and the entire OAI staff; we feel it is incumbent upon all of us to keep students interested in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics so they can continue to understand the changing world around them and help drive innovation.
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Oakman Aerospace Organizational Announcement


Littleton, CO -  On March 9 and 10, 2016 the Oakman Aerospace, Inc. Board of Directors (BoD) held their annual meeting. The agenda was filled with discussion and actions on a wide-range of topics that will continue to keep OAI competitive in the New Space marketplace. One of the more significant actions from the Annual BoD meeting was the appointment of Ms. Maureen S. O'Brien as OAI's Chairwoman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) effective March 9, 2016.  In this role Ms. O'Brien will be responsible for strategic direction and long-range planning for Oakman Aerospace, Inc.  Maureen has been instrumental in OAI's early successes, and both Stan, Sr. and Stan Jr. are confident the corporation's future under her adept leadership will be bright.  Mr. Stanley O. Kennedy, Sr. will remain on the board in the role of Executive Vice President.  The OAI BoD is grateful for Stan, Sr.'s leadership of the organization during the initial start-up phases and looks forward to continued support and insight that leverages well over 40 years of experience in Space and High-Technology areas of expertise.  Stanley O. Kennedy, Jr. will continue on the OAI BoD as the President and Chief Systems Engineer responsible for the day-to-day execution of OAI business operations.
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OAI President, Stanley Kennedy Jr, Presents Virtual Session for STEM Outreach


Littleton, CO– On February 24, 2016 OAI President, Stanley Kennedy Jr., presented a video session to students from Lively Elementary in Irving, TX. The session, titled “Objects in the Sky,” helped Lively Elementary 2nd graders answer key questions:
  • Where does the Moon go during the day?
  • Where does the Sun go at night?
  • Does the Moon have its own light?
  • Why does the shape of the Moon appear to change during the month?
  • Why don’t we see the other side of the moon?
Using Nepris, a free online, video-conference tool that connects industry professionals and educators, Stanley was able to give a live presentation to students as well as ask and answer questions. As stated on the Nepris website (www.nepris.com), “Students gain early exposure to high tech professionals and related job skills so they can connect what they learn in the classroom to real people and real careers that they can aspire for. Nepris platform can help integrate this kind of exposure into the classroom on a regular basis instead of just once a year, on career days!” According to the Nepris site, 57% of boys and 68% of girls who chose a high tech career say they were inspired by a person or a class during the middle or high school years. STEM has always been a priority to Stanley and the entire OAI staff; we feel it is incumbent upon all of us to keep kids interested in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics so they can continue to understand the changing world around them and drive innovation. “You have to find the ‘hook’, the spark that will get a child interested in science, technology, engineering, and math;” states Kennedy, “and then build upon that to help them set and reach their goals.” He goes on to say, “Nepris brings STEM to the kids and shows them ‘cool things’ they wouldn’t normally get to see; it opens up enormous opportunities.”

For more information on Nepris, please visit their website at: www.nepris.com
To view “Objects in the Sky” follow the links below:
Session Summary: http://nepris.com/Sessions/Detail/45749
Original Video Session: https://app.nepris.com/#!sessions/view/45749
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