Officers

President
CDR Jason Crosby
email

President-Elect/VP
[ OPEN ]

Secretary
LTJG Jason Burke
email

Treasurer
LT Matt Milkowski
email

Elected Directors

Programs
Geoff Brown
email

Membership
ENS Amber King
email

Information Systems
David Maurand
email (website admin)

 

Appointed Directors

Education and Training
John Wyeth
email

Leadership and Mentoring
[ OPEN ]

Relationships & Recognition
Noah Elwood
email

Emergency Preparedness & Contingency Operations
[ OPEN ]

Chairs

Finance / Audit
LT Matt Milkowski
email

Nomination
Gary McAllister
email

Fundraiser
Todd Creamer
email

Small Business
Noah Elwood
email

Advisors

Past President
David Abrahamson
email

Engineering Society Liaison
David Abrahamson
email

Naval Facilities Liaison
John Wyeth
email

 

The Society of American Military Engineers Piscataqua Post’s mission is to promote and facilitate engineering support for national security by developing and enhancing relationships and competencies among uniformed services, public and private sector engineers and related professionals.

In keeping with this mission, the Post actively fundraises to provide opportunities for education and mentoring of college and K-12 students interested in pursuing careers in physical sciences and engineering. PLEASE NOTE THE APPLICATIONS ATTACHED AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS ARTICLE.

Although not a requirement for award, the SAME Piscataqua Post Scholarship Committee gives preference to:

  • Registered SAME Piscataqua Post members / sustaining firms or organizations
  • Students enrolled in ROTC (preferably not a recipient of a ROTC scholarship)
  • Individuals with current or prior service in the US Armed Forces
  • Individuals or organizations that have a willingness to attend SAME meetings too publically & share learning experiences.
  • The amount of recognition SAME Piscataqua Post will attain from supporting the proposed funds request

All applications for available SAME Piscataqua Post funding (i.e. SAME College Scholarships, SAME Internship Grant Program, and General Grant Application) will be reviewed & approved by the Board of Directors in April and July of each calendar year. All applications received at that time will be evaluated against current funding available and National and Local Post priorities. All proposed applications for funding must be received by the cutoff dates below. Applications received late will be rolled over to the next cycle for consideration:

1st Date: March 15, 2014
2nd Date: June 30, 2014

download3 Application Package

The Society of American Military Engineers annual Engineering & Construction camp program runs on the experience and talents of the staff, cadets, college students (former campers) and mentors that come from our many SAME Posts.

Attached are applications to serve as mentors in the USMC and USAF programs.

Summary of the USAF mentor program
Mentors, Flight Commanders (FC) and Loggies spend the week at a camp working with outstanding high school students from around the world. These individuals are assigned to groups of students to help guide, train, educate, coach, lead, and mentor the campers through each day’s activities. Mentors and FCs will work with the staff and students from first call until lights out and be with the campers 24 hours per day for the week of the camp. Additionally, mentors and FCs are asked to stay in contact with their campers after the camp is over, continue in the mentoring process, and assist in guiding the student in their future academic and professional choices. Loggies work to provide the logistical requirements for all camp activities.

download3 USAF Mentor Application

Summary of the USMC menor program
Mentors spend the week at a camp working with outstanding high school students from around the world. Mentors are assigned to groups of students to help guide, train, educate, coach, lead, and mentor the campers through each day’s activities. Mentors will work with the group leaders and students from first call until lights out and be with the campers 24 hours per day for the week of the camp. Additionally, mentors are asked to stay in contact with their campers after the camp is over, continue in the mentoring process, and assist in guiding the student in their future academic and professional choices.

download3 USMC Mentor Application

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