Professionals from government agencies and private organizations from the Washington D.C. metropolitan area participate as category judges or organizations. Each year 250 judges are needed to evaluate nearly four hundred science fair projects in a wide variety of categories ranging from plants sciences to physics and astronomy. Chairpersons for each category and Grand Prize judges are also needed.
Interested in Volunteering?
We are currently looking for judges for the Fairfax County Regional Science Fair on Saturday, March 12, 2016. If you are interested in getting involved, please contact Linda Drake, AFCEA NOVA VP of Education.
January 9th at 4:30PM in Reston
Mr. Sammartino kicks off the meeting by discussing the Contracting Officer’s view of sequestration trends: Firm Fixed Price, LPTA, Best Value evaluations, rise of protests, and other inclinations of federal procurement.
Alexa Tsui with Technik Inc. will be reviewing Bgov, Govwin & introducing Govini. Followed-up by Amy Kirschenbauer from BiDS Consulting leading our BD to Capture Discussion.
Attendance is very limited, so be sure to sign up now and reserve your space.
Every Tweet or Post earns you an entry into the drawing for a free day-pass into the 2013 Air Force IT Day. The drawing will be held on December 6th at 8pm. All posts/tweets (entries) must be completed before this time to be entered.
The 2014 AFCEA NOVA Valentine’s Ball is just around the corner – so here are our Frequently Asked Questions.
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The 2013 AFCEA NOVA Valentine’s Ball is just around the corner – so here are our Frequently Asked Questions.
The Science Teaching Tools Program is a joint effort between AFCEA NOVA and the AFCEA International Educational Foundation. It enhances the abilities of teachers in local K-12 schools to teach and enhance their science curriculum.
Each year, awards go to elementary, middle or high school teachers to purchase supplies and/or equipment to augment their science and information technology activities in the classroom.
The application for the Science Teaching Tools Program is open once a year in the fall. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Due to limited funding availability, AFCEA NOVA is unable to award Spring 2014 Education Grants. All Grant requests received will be held for consideration during the Fall 2014 Grants Process.
AFCEA NOVA typically accepts grant requests twice a year. The Educational Grant Committee applies a formal process to evaluate these requests and make awards. Funding availability is based on the chapter’s budget and actual financial performance. Organizations can apply for a one-time grant one time per year.
To apply for a one-time grant, please fill
out the online grant application.
The schedule is as follows:
If you missed the 31st Annual Valentines ball, then you missed the best social event of the season.
Hundreds of guests from both industry and government joined singer Lee Greenwood and event chair Chuck Corjay in another outstanding evening of fun and dancing.
Click the photos below, or visit AFCEA NOVA's Flickr Page to see photos from this and many other AFCEA NOVA events.
AFCEA NOVA is pleased to announce the award of $30,000 in grants to the AFCEA Educational Foundation, which will fund scholarships for Veterans of Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan) and Iraqi Freedom. The scholarships are co-sponsored by AFCEA NOVA and AFCEA International. AFCEA NOVA’s financial contribution to these funds was generated by the success of both the AFCEA NOVA Air Force IT Day held 21 October and the Army IT Day held 9 December.