Lockheed Martin to donate $20,000 to support STEM initiatives at Capitol College
Business and academic leaders congregate for check ceremony in October
LAUREL - This October, Lockheed Martin will donate $20,000 to Capitol College in Laurel, Md. to fund the Center for Space Science and Education and Public Outreach’s (SSEPO) Emerging STEM Leaders Workshop Series and support the Cyber Battle Lab (CBL) Outreach Program.
To celebrate the partnership, Capitol College will host representatives from Lockheed Martin on October 8, 2010 at 10 a.m. in the McGowan Academic Center on campus as they present the official check to college leadership.
Lockheed Martin's philanthropic program strives to improve the quality of life in communities where employees live and work. The company has a tradition of involvement that includes philanthropy, leadership and volunteer support of educational, civic and cultural initiatives throughout the nation.
This event is open to the public. Media representatives planning to attend the check ceremony should contact Rebecca Steiner, email@example.com or 301-369-2800, ext. 3015.
Capitol College is the only independent college in Maryland dedicated to education in engineering, computer science, information technology and business through practices of leadership and innovation. Founded in 1927, Capitol offers associate, bachelor’s and master's degrees, a doctor of science in information assurance, professional development training and certificates. Academic programs are grounded in centers of excellence; these include the Space Operations Institute, the Critical Infrastructures and Cyber Protection Center, the Innovation and Leadership Institute, and the Center for Space Science Education and Public Outreach. The college campus is located in Laurel, Maryland, a suburban setting midway between Baltimore and Washington, DC. www.capitol-college.edu.
11301 Springfield Road
Laurel, Maryland 20708