AFCEA (the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association) directly supports the community nationally through the AFCEA Educational Foundation and locally through the chapters with scholarships and awards to students with degree programs in the sciences.
The Alamo Chapter has awarded educational scholarships in excess of $350,000. The prime method of generating the money to support our scholarship program is through the annual symposium and exhibition, known as the Alamo ACE.
The Alamo chapter sponsors monthly luncheons and other networking events designed to promote the free and ethical exchange of information between the uniformed military services, government civilians and private industry -- with a particular focus on the cyber, medical IT, training and ISR (intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance) career fields.
Through our Young AFCEANs group (ages 40 and under), the chapter also promotes mentoring and career growth opportunities for members in a variety of ways.
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Educational Projects Supported by AFCEA Alamo Chapter
The Alamo Young AFCEANs are launching a new community effort for 2015: They will be providing year-round support for the Warrior and Family Support Center at Fort Sam Houston. Part of this effort entails an ongoing donation drive -- with collection bins coming to each of the monthly luncheons.
Warriors and their families often come to the center with very little. Every-day essentials can greatly improve the quality of their lives. Here are items you can donate to make a difference the lives of our San Antonio military families:
Diapers (newborn, size 1, size 2)
Chips/individually wrapped snacks and candy
Gift cards for Target or Wal-Mart
Movie gift cards
Media Partnership: Military City USA Radio
Please join Alamo AFCEA at
8 a.m. CST every Saturday as we celebrate all things military in
San Antonio, Texas
The Alamo chapter is the proud title sponsor of the Military City USA Radio show, airing 8-9 a.m. each Saturday on KLUP (930 AM The Answer). Our guest this week will be Maj. Gen. Michael Keltz, commander, 19th Air Force.
Missed the show recently? Log onto www.militarycityusaradio.org and catch the podcast featuring Col. Chad Raduege, commander, 690th Cyberspace Operations Group, 24th Air Force.
Corporate Members: Interested in sponsorships or speaking opportunities?
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how!