Volunteers Needed April 26 for SEA PERCH

Tuesday, March 25, 2008

The Sea Perch program in are in need of volunteers on April 26 to judge various competition events. 
The SEAPerch program is a new program in Prince William County Schools. It is a partnership between the Office of Naval Research, The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, MIT SeaGrant, Lockheed Martin, Micron Technology, SAIC, Argon ST and Prince William County Schools. The program is designed to give students enrolled in the Foundations of Technology a business applicable project that will introduce engineering concepts, robotic concepts, naval engineering, design processes, scientific processes and the incorporation of research and composition into engineering.

Saturday, April 26 , Campus
www.seaperchpwcs.org, then click on "support us" for more info, or to sign
up to volunteer.

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