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GOLF4STEM

Our  NMTC GOLF4STEM Tournaments support the Northeastern Maryland Tech Council, its Women In STEM Scholarships and building the technology educated workforce. Please plan on joining us for the next tournament, June 06, 2022

14th Annual NMTC & NextGen Federal Systems GOLF4STEM Tournament was held on June 7, supporting the Northeastern Maryland Tech Council, and its Women In STEM Scholarships. Prizes were awarded to the Top Three Teams and to winners of the Longest Drive, Closest To The Pin, and Putting contests. Four finalists will vied for the Hole in One Contest and a $50,000 payout. Over 15 sponsors, led by tournament sponsor NextGen Federal Systems, supported this event where golfers enjoyed individual Hospitality Bags, Multiple Hospitality Stations, and a Celebratory Lunch at the end of play. NEW this year was the POWER DRIVE player package that included player greens fees, breakfast, and awards lunch, PLUS two mulligans and Putting Contest entry, saving purchase time at registration.

Please join us for the 13th Annual NMTC Tournament supporting the Northeastern Maryland Tech Council, its Women In Stem Scholarships, Technology for Kids, and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Harford & Cecil Counties. We start at 8:00AM with a Hot Boxed Breakfast, Mulligan and Barrow of Cheer Raffle purchase, with Shotgun Start at 9:00AM. Winters Run Golf Course, 1000 N. Tollgate Road, Bel Air, MD. This year we introduce a twosome rate to encourage cart sharing. Then, during play on the course, you’ll enjoy the Longest Drive & Closest To The Pin contests, FIRST Place Team Prize, individual Snack Bags, Multiple Hospitality Stations, a delicious boxed lunch available at the turn. All to help you enjoy a great day of golf in the open air at this premier course. NEW this year is a twosome player rate, a Barrow of Cheer (Wine & Spirits) Raffle, the option to purchase Mulligans online, individually or in groups of three, plus, combine with the Barrow of Cheer for a 30% savings.

The 12th Annual GOLF4STEM tournament, held at Winter’s Run Golf Course, June 3, enjoyed the most perfect day for golf with near 70 golfers teeing up for the 18 holes. We again thank our tournament sponsor, Nextgen Federal Systems, and the other supporting sponsors making this a rewarding event, for both the Boys & Girls Clubs of Harford and Cecil Counties and the NMTC STEM program.

Congratulations to:

The winners of the Drone Ball drop; Reva Oliver and husband Mike Oliver

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Low net score and first place (59) –  Team MindGrub (and our Media Sponsor) of Todd Marks, Vince Sharps, Mike Laroque and Steve Gessner

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Second Place (62), Team Nextgen Federal Systems (and our tournament sponsor) Daniel Sowers, Mike Faith, JP Lapps

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Third Place (62) – Team SURVICE Engineering (and our Drone sponsor) Ray Hall, Jeff Foulk, Jordan Matthews, Clark Dutterer

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Longest Drive (M&F)  – JP Lapps (Nextgen Federal Systems) and Kathryn Rosen

Closest to the Pin ( M&F) – Gordy Strauss (Towson University) and Kathryn Rosen

…and special recognition to the best dressed foursome,  THE  WINKY PINKY’S (Randy Siler holding his new, Pink driver)

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Special thank you to SURVICE Engineering for again, providing their military drone for the exciting Drone Ball Drop, Here is the the start to finish where in the last photo, the balls are on the green… and number 85 is closest to the pin.

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Golf2018123Banner 1 768x512NMTC held its 11th Annual GOLF4STEM Education Tournament on June 4, 2018, at the beautiful Winters Run Golf Club, in Bel Air MD.

The awards ceremony was catered by Mission Barbecue with the tournament sponsorships helping students discover and practice real science. In addition, NMTC partnered with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Harford & Cecil Counties where a portion of the fund-raising is directed to STEM initiatives in the clubs.

Through efforts like Golf4STEM, NMTC is proud to be building tomorrow’s STEM educated workforce and filling the pipeline of future employees, entrepreneurs, and community leaders.

NMTC is the connector for the regional technology community. Your support enables us to aggressively pursue opportunity benefiting you and our community, providing all our organizations, an economic and technologically competitive advantage.

NMTC, a most powerful force building our communities STEM qualified workforce.

2015 NMTC Golf postcard page 001 150x150NMTC & Women In Defense announce GOLF4STEM Education Tournament, the longest running tournament for STEM education in the region.

This  GOLF4STEM tournament is now in its 8th year and is the longest running tournament supporting STEM programs in the region.

While many events fund valued STEM scholarships for deserving and exceptional students; the NMTC tournament (as are all NMTC events) is far more expansive and funds a broad range of STEM workforce building programs (besides our Mullins Scholarships to both community colleges) that work to multiply these funds.

Through all NMTC member and sponsor funded STEM efforts, we “Ignite the spark of STEM education in our students”, that leads them on a career path to join our much needed STEM educated workforce. For example:

NMTC is the Sole supporter of the STEM Forum/Summit where partnerships are nurtured between APG, businesses and the region’s schools, bringing new ideas to educators and classrooms, in a master-minds advisory setting, twice per year, May and November. (co chairs of the summit are Gary Martin, Deputy to the Commanding General, APG, and John Casner, Executive Director, NMTC). The results of these 12 summits, are:

1. Convened 50+ collaborative sessions involving thousands of participants, to discuss how best to build a STEM educated workforce.
2. Brought together over 100 regional leaders at each of 11+ STEM Summits to recommend actions in STEM.
3. Recruited and featured over 30 prominent speakers from local, state, and national organizations.
4. Served thousands of students with novel STEM learning programs.
5. Supported 80+ teachers, each year, to learn way to better teach STEM, through a Towson University STEM Program for Harford/Cecil County Elementary Teachers.
6. Recruited 50+ new STEM volunteers to support STEM nights and programs.
7. Hosted and funded. with support from APG, STEM Nights & Beyond; five each year over the last 4 years, serving all middle schools in both Cecil and Harford Counties, including private and home-schooled students, for a an exciting night of science.
8. The ‘Beyond’ part is active recruiting of parents to form STEM Clubs in their local community. A stand out is the Youth Benefit Elementary School STEMGators Stem Club, that NMTC help fund, both financially and with web design talent.
9. Host 20 Science Cafes, September through June, in conjunction with the public libraries, and are a way for students to hear professional scientists talk about their work in a relaxed, fun, and informative setting..
10. Funded library LEAP (Learn, Explore and Play) kits, used for home STEM projects, expanding them from one library branch to over 50 branches in both counties. Program is ongoing.

Photos of today’s NMTC Golf 4 STEM are found at http://www.flickr.com/photos/nmtc_connect/

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